Career Development Centre motivates and assists undergraduate and graduate students in order to be able to make quality decisions about their careers, providing them with the resources, special programs and individual counseling on career development, as well as assistance in providing professional practice, employment and choice of graduate studies.

Contact info

Centar za Razvoj Karijere

Tel: +381 (0)11 41 40 420


Centre for Career Development - Activities


Individual counseling regarding career development includes individual knowledge, skills and abilities assessment, creating career development plans, assistance in Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter writing, job interview simulation and other forms of counseling, based on modern tendencies in this field.


Group workshops include work in small groups with up to ten students on the subject of Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter writing, communications, team work, presentation skills and other subjects that are important for students’ career development.

Guest Lectures

On behalf of important domestic and foreign organizations, our internationally acclaimed guest lecturers present the human resources management policies and practices, the latest innovations in the field of engineering management and other fields important to students. Successful professionals are also presenting their fields of work.


Centre assists in student selection for the internship, which is organized in the fourth year and is included in the academic program. The Centre also organizes other internships.

Student projects

The Centre organizes projects for further knowledge and skills development of our students

Student database

The Centre develops student database with the information on student education, skills, knowledge and abilities, work experience for career development and selection for internships.

Jobs database

The Centre develops jobs database with opportunities suitable for students including job descriptions and specifications.


The Centre develops electronic textbooks and handbooks on important topics for students on career development and human resources management.

Career Magazine

The Centre issues Electronic Career Magazine with motivational stories on successful professionals, companies and students. The first issue will be published on October 1, 2019

The Team

Tatjana Ilić-Kosanović, PhD

Tatjana Ilić-Kosanović, PhD
Director and Lead Advisor: Tatjana Ilic-Kosanović, PhD, Assistant Professor

Tatjana Ilić-Kosanović is responsible for Centre’s strategy, planning and career counseling. She is an experienced manager of students’ career development centers, career counselor and human resources management consultant. Tatjana is one of the first counselors in Serbia specialized in students career counseling and development. She brought the knowledge about students’ career development from the US.

Tatjana Ilić-Kosanović worked in human resources management and knowledge management, at the Embassy of Serbia in Washington DC, at the Belgrade Mayor’s cabinet and in education.

Tatjana Ilić-Kosanović received BA with Honours in History at The Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade University, where she received her first Master (Magistar) degree and she received her second Master in Organization and Human Resources Management at The Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University. Tatjana received her PhD at University Union – Nikola Tesla” analyzing the role of higher education career development centres in development of future managers.

Vladimir Tomašević, PhD, FRSA, Full Professor

Vladimir Tomašević, PhD, FRSA, Full Professor
Academic Advisor

Prof. dr Vladimir Tomašević is responsible for following students potential for further academic development.

Prof. dr Vladimir Tomašević started his career as researcher at Cambridge University. He returned to Serbia in 2004 and became consultant and Project Manager for privatization, reorganization and efficiency improvement projects. Prof. dr Vladimir Tomašević continued his academic career at Singidunum University in 2007. In 2009, professor Tomašević, with the group of Serbian scientists and educators from abroad founded School of Engineering Management where he is a full professor and a dean.

Prof. dr Vladimir Tomašević graduated in Construction Engineering at Edinburgh University, got his Masters degree in Construction Engineering at Cambridge University and got his PhD at Cambridge University in the field of Engineering Management.

Snežana Ljuštanović Šćekić, defectologist

Snežana Šćekić, BA, MA
Special Needs Students Advisor

Snežana Ljuštanović is responsible for planning and implementation of programs for the students with special needs.

Snežana Ljuštanović started her career in the field of speech therapy. She was head of Student Service Department at The Faculty of Business Informatics and Student Service Associate at Singidunum University.

Snežana graduated at The Faculty for Special Education, Belgrade University, Department for Speech Therapy. She is Master student in the field of Marketing and Management.

Centre for Career Development - Goals

  • To educate students on career planning and enforcing of targeted and organized job hunt.
  • To educate students on understanding of the job market through PEST analysis and other methods.
  • To educate students on understanding personal strengths and weaknesses, through personal SWOT analysis, testing and assessment centers.
  • To educate students to develop additional knowledge and skills, necessary for the job market.
  • To educate students to present themselves to potential employers through programs for writing the Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter and Interview practice programs.
  • To promote partnerships with industries through guest lectures of employers, professionals and internships that are useful for students and businesses alike

Centre for Career Development - Mission

Centre for Career Development motivates undergraduate and graduate students and helps them in making high-quality decisions on their career path, through enabling resources, creating tailor-made programs, individual counseling about career choices and assistance in achieving internships, employment and selection of graduate studies.
Centre’s activities are based on modern theory and practice about career counseling and development that is specifically focused on students’ needs in career development