University of Banja Luka

The University of Banja Luka, founded on November 7, 1975 and comprising of 17 faculties today, is the leading higher education institution in the Republic of Srpska and the second largest one in the whole of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

So far, the University has produced 31,500 graduates, 700 hundred specialists, 1,150 MA/MSc and 600 PhD degree holders respectively, with 20,000 students currently enrolled at its study programmes.

Most faculties are situated in two separate campus sites near the banks of the River Vrbas, in the vicinity of downtown area. Each campus site is equipped with dormitories with accompanying canteens, sports courts, students’ clubs and University Computer Centre.

The University of Banja Luka disposes of all necessary facilities, from classrooms and amphitheatres, over reading rooms and libraries, to laboratories and computer rooms. The total classroom area is 16,000 m2, while the laboratories take up 10,000 m2. In most classrooms there are computers and over-head projectors, allowing for use of digital contents in class. As far as the computer rooms, there are 20 of them, all providing a 24-hour access to the Internet. In addition, the libraries provide their users with 185,000 titles and are subscribed to 75 journals.

Provided resources



One stop shop for digitizing cultural heritage


RS2C - Remote Sensing Scene Clasification

Easy to use system for remote sensing scene classification


ETFBL Cloud Compute 01

Cloud Compute of University of Banja Luka


Open repository for Digital Cultural Heritage






Bulevar vojvode Petra Bojovica 1A, 78000 Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BA)


Legal status

Public Legal Entity


Generic Engineering & Technology


Electrical, Electronic & Information Engineering Generic Computer & Information Sciences


university electrical engineering information sciences


Mihajlo Savić, Professor
phone: +38751221820

The NI4OS-Europe project is funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 European research infrastructures grant agreement no. 857645.