Most of Montenegro's higher education establishments are in Podgorica. It is home to the University of Montenegro, the country's most significant such institution. The following University's faculties are located in Podgorica:
- Faculty of Economics
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Electrical Engineering
- Faculty of Metallurgy and Technology
- Faculty of Political Sciences
- Faculty of Civil Engineering
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
- Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
- Faculty of Medicine
- Faculty of Pharmacy
- Faculty of Architecture
- Faculty of Biotechnology
The following University's scientific research institutes are as well located in the city:
- Institute of Foreign Languages
- Institute of Biotechnology
- Institute of History
The Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts is also in Podgorica, as is the DANU cultural organization.
The University "Mediterranean" was founded 2006 as first private university in Montenegro. In the meantime, the number of private institutions for higher education has increased. The municipality of Podgorica has 34 elementary schools and 10 secondary schools, including one gymnasium. The first secondary school established in Podgorica is Slobodan Škerović. The rebuilt economic high school now offers new features and higher quality education. The Radosav Ljumović national library is considered the most comprehensive in Montenegro.
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