FON University

FON University
ФОН Универзитет
Type Private
Established 2003
Rector Nano Ruzin, PhD
Academic staff
Administrative staff
Students 5300
Location Skopje, Strumica, Struga and Gostivar, Macedonia

The FON University (Macedonian: ФОН Универзитет) is the second[1] (after South East European University) private university established in the Republic of Macedonia, after the liberalization of the High education law's in 2002. After its establishment great number of professors from the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje transferred to the new university and contributed to building a better educational system in Republic of Macedonia. Present day the university has grown to 10 faculties with total academic staff of 170, and supporting technical staff of 90 people. The university is the first high education institution in Macedonia that has implemented fully the Bologna requirements, and the European Credit Transfer System. Total of more than 5300 students study at the university campus. The University has four campuses based in Skopje, Struga, Strumica and Gostivar[2] on more than 90.000 square meters.


FON University

The University has 9 faculties:

Student life

The University has an active student body, which is synchronizing the extra CV activities of the students, organises projects, finds internship for the students, does evaluation of the studies and giving suggestions for their advancement. Organizes student competitions and sports activities, social events and happenings. The student's association publishes a magazine involving all students with journalistic affinities and dealing with issues that concern and interest the students. The students' association also collaborates with the Center for Development and Careers to realize a part of its activities.

Ground floor of the University building

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Coordinates: 41°59′35″N 21°28′28″E / 41.99306°N 21.47444°E / 41.99306; 21.47444

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