University of Montenegro
Studies in Germany
Ten scientific institutions and foundations from Germany, three from Austria and two from Switzerland offered cooperation to the University of Montenegro and its students, post-graduates, docents, doctors, etc. scholarships for certain study programmes and research projects.
The German representative in Montenegro, Patrik Heinz, announced that his country has passed a new law for migrations that enables the students from abroad to remain and get a job after they have completed the studies, which has so far been considered a difficult process. It is estimated the number of such students in 2005 to be a hundred thousand people from all over the world. Best chances posses those who speak the German language.