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Faculty of Chemistry


About the Faculty

• Educational and scientific activities

• Organization and management structure

• Law on higher education and the Faculty regulations

• History of the Faculty

• Faculty of Chemistry Repository - Cherry

• Library

• Izdavačka delatnost HF

• Public acquisitions

• Contact information and how to find us


Departments and Centers

• Department of analytical chemistry

• Department of applied chemistry

• Department of biochemistry

• Department of chemical educations

• Department of general and inorganic chemistry

• Department of organic chemistry

• Innovation center of the FC

• Center for food molecular sciences



• Study pathways

• Basic and integrated academic studies

• Master academic studies

• Doctoral academic studies

• Old study programmes

• Graduated students of FC

• PhD theses

• European credit transfer system (ECTS)

• Chemistry teacher development

• Student organizations


Admission to FC

• Admission to basic and integrated academic studies 2022/23

• Admission to master academic studies - 2022/23

• Admission to doctoral studies - 2022/23

• General admission terms

• Tuition fees

• Admission test samples

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The project: "Twinning of research activities for the frontier research in the fields of food, nutrition and environmental 'omics" has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 810752 and its realization has started September 1st 2018.

The objective of the project is creation of European research network among the University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry (UBFC) and its research Center of Excellence for Molecular Food Sciences (CoE MFS), and four high renowned institutes from Sweden (Karolinska Institute), Austria (Medical University of Vienna) and Belgium (KU Leuven and Gent University). The network will provide UBFC and its partners increasing of scientific excellence and visibility, technology innovation capacity enabling frontier research at the crossroad of food, agriculture, chemistry, nutrition and environmental sciences by the infusion of -omics technologies (proteomics, lipidomics, transcriptomics, allergomics and metallomics) and experimental animal models.

IMPTOX, Horizon 2020 Project, GA No. 965173

There is an urgent need to understand the risks on human health of micro- and nano-plastic particles (MNPs) that contaminate food and environment. Therefore, the project: An Innovative Analytical Platform to Investigate the Effect and Toxicity of Micro and Nano Plastics Combined with Environmental Contaminants on the Risk of Allergic Disease in Preclinical and Clinical Studies aim to create a cross-disciplinary platform to design suitable analytical approaches for determining the extent of the problem in the environment and to our health by evaluating the influence of ingested and inhaled exposure of MNPs contaminated with metals, allergens, pathogenic bacteria and toxins on allergic responses.

The outcome of this state-of-the-art project includes novel tools for MNP detection; improved understanding of the effects of NMPs combined with critical contaminants in the air, water and food on human health and discovery of predictive biomarkers; increased awareness of disease risk in response to MNPs and contaminants; improved communication strategies between science and relevant stakeholders and contribution to blue growth and the health-relevant aims of the European Strategy for Plastics in a Circular Economy; policy-relevant scientific data in support of improved human health hazard and risk assessment and for response and mitigation policies at the national and EU level for policymakers.

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