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ЦРНО ГОРЦИ НА ШКОЛОВАЊУ У ИНОСТРАНСТВУ КАО СТИПЕНДИСТИ СТРАНИХ ВЛАДА И ДРЖАВА
Montenegrin students educated abroad as scholars given scholarships by foreign governments and states

Author(s): Momčilo Pejović
Subject(s): History
Published by: Историјски институт Црне Горe
Keywords: Montenegro, students, education, 19th century, foreign states’ scholarships

Summary/Abstract: Throughout the 19th century there had been modest educational opportunities and conditions for the ducation of Montenegrin youth within Montenegro. These will be somewhat improved solely with the pening of the Seminary,the Theological - Teacher Training School, the Girls’ Institute and the Gymnasiumat etinjein the second half of the 19th century.The established educational institutes contributedto the ncrease of the number students being educated within Montenegro and thosewho after completing these schoolsleave to further their education outside the Montenegrinborders, i.e. abroad. The politicalreputation of Montenegroamong the European public, as well as the political and poetic popularityof the Prince- King Nikola I Petrović will contribute to the establishment of diplomatic relations with many European countries.With the establishment of diplomatic relations between Montenegroand the uropean states there is the increase in the numberof students who are educated abroad. Certain countriesand their governmentswith which diplomatic relations had been established, played a significant role in offering scholarships to the students of secondary schools, colleges and universities, since they ould grant several scholarships a year to Montenegrin students who were being educated abroad. Italy, rance, Serbia, Russia, Turkey, Bulgaria and other countries offered scholarships to a certain number of tudents from Montenegro for the studies at secondary schools and university institutions in their respective countries. Upon the completion of education,only one third of Montenegrin youth returned to Montenegro to work in the state institutions

  • Issue Year: 2010
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 147-166
  • Page Count: 19
  • Language: Serbian