Second Scholarship Testing - May 28

International University of Sarajevo is a higher education institution offering quality education to local and international students in three study cycles. Over the past years, the university has developed extensively and is one of the first in BiH to adapt its teaching to European standards. It is a common practice for the IUS to organize the largest scholarship testing in the country every year, giving all graduates an equal opportunity to receive a scholarship to study at this university. The “Foundation for Education Development” Sarajevo, as the founder of IUS, provides a large number of scholarships to all interested graduates every year.

The first of this year's testing took place on March 19, and was held online due to COVID19 pandemic. Outputs have shown once again that young people in BiH are aware of the opportunities and conditions this institution provides for its students.

Due to the great interest in studying at one of the 21 study programs and the huge number of applications for the first test, the IUS administration has decided to give a second opportunity to all graduates who failed to take the first test. The second online testing will be held on Friday, May 28 2021 starting at 3:00 pm. Registration is mandatory through, and will be open until May 26, at 11:59 pm.

All students who registered for testing on March 19, and did not attend it do not have to re-register for second scholarship testing. Their registration has been moved automatically.

Students who meet the following requirements are eligible to take the second test:
•    that they are BiH citizens or some of the countries in the region
•    that the students are in the final year of a four-year high school
•    that they have not previously participated in IUS testing
•    they must have a photo ID (ID, driver's license, passport) when taking the exam.
The test is not only a chance to win a scholarship, but an opportunity to show your knowledge and skills. The exam consists of general knowledge and mathematics questions.
Under the new scholarship rule, scholarships are awarded for a period of 5 years. If the student does not graduate within this period, the scholarship is fixed at 50%, regardless of the starting value of the scholarship. The choice of study program when applying for a scholarship is final. Any subsequent change may or may not be subject to change in the amount of the scholarship.