SARAJEVO, HISTORY OF DIVERSITY AND CONFLICT Sarajevo is steeped in history; starting from the Old Town and working your way out, the Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian, and finally communist architecture are all present. Sarajevo is where Archduke Franz Ferdinand I, heir to...
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“It has been a very professional summer school and very well organized. Every aspect of the topic was covered including the political, legal and human rights point of view. The organization was extraordinary. I had fun and all the help I needed. Somehow I had a...
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ISSS alumni

The number of alumni of ISSS is growing each year. Bellow are the names a universities of ALMUMNI to this date. Please mind that a significant number of our alumni has continued with their studies. Ainta Dervishi Albania University of Piraeus, Athens/Greece...
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Almost 100 nationalities can travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina without a visa!

Visitors to Bosnia and Herzegovina must obtain a visa from one of the Bosnia and Herzegovina diplomatic missions unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries. As an applicant country for membership in the European Union, Bosnia and Herzegovina maintains visa policy similar to the visa policy of the Schengen Area.

Bosnia and Herzegovina grants visa-free entry to all Schengen Annex II nationalities and it also grants visa-free entry to several additional countries – Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Russia and Turkey.

Please note that this is for information only. Please consult your national ministry for foreign affairs for up to date information.

Here you can find the updated info of visa requirements as provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina.