The Faculty of Philology at the University of Belgrade is the oldest and largest faculty of its kind not only in Serbia, but also in the region. Apart from Serbian language and literature studies, more than thirty foreign languages, comparative literature, general linguistics, and a library with information science are taught at the Faculty of Philology.
Over 9,000 students are currently studying at the Faculty of Philology, working with over 400 professors, teaching assistants and associates. Together, they compose an active and vital academic community within which, in addition to teaching and research, a number of other activities (cultural, artistic, sports activities, etc.) are carried out.
Academic studies are organized into the following categories: undergraduate (B.A.), master’s (M.A.) and doctoral (Ph.D.) studies.
Four accredited study programs are offered at the undergraduate level:
- Serbian language and literature (which focuses on the study of Serbian language)
- Serbian literature and language (which focuses on the study of Serbian literature)
- Serbian literature and language with comparative literature
- Language, literature, culture (all foreign languages and literatures, comparative literature, general linguistics, library and information science)
Six accredited study programs are offered at the M.A. level:
- Serbian language
- Serbian literature
- Language, literature, culture
- Cultures in Dialogue
- Master in Conference Translation and Interpreting
- Serbian as a foreign language
The Language, Literature and Culture academic program is accredited at the Ph.D. level.
The center for Serbian as a foreign language, as an integral part of the organizational structure of the Faculty of Philology, offers courses in Serbian as a foreign language (L2) at all levels.