Student Organisations

Students of the Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy are members of the Students’ Union, Students’ Parliament, Student Organisation, EASA, IACES and RGSM . Students have the opportunity for mobility and cooperation with European organisations through the CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies) and ERASMUS MUNDUS programmes.


Students of the Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy are members of the Students’ Union of the Republic of Srpska (SURS), which is the umbrella student organisation in the Republic of Srpska. It is comprised of the students’ representative bodies of all universities in the Republic of  Srpska. The Union was founded by the students’ representative bodies of the University of Banja Luka and the University of East Sarajevo. The Students’ Union of the Republic of Srpska actively advocates students’ rights and promotes students’ interests through various projects. The purpose of the SURS is
to encourage and increase participation of students in public, political, social and university life. 
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Students of the Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy are members of the Students’ Parliament. The Students’ Parliament is a legitimate representative body of students of the University of Banja Luka. It operates within the University of Banja Luka as an organisational unit and represents all students of the University. The Students’ Parliament has an Assembly made up of three student representatives of each faculty/academy and other higher education institutions which are members or associate members of the university, amounting to 51 seats of the Students’ Parliament Assembly. The parliament delegates students into the Senate of the University as well as the Assembly of the Students’ Union of the Republic of Srpska. The Parliament’s primary purpose is to raise the reputation and improve the position of students at the University. 
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EASA (European Architectural Student Assembly)
The European Architectural Student Assembly (EASA) was founded in 1981 and is organised each summer by the host country representative team offering a two-week programme of intensive workshops, evening classes and discussion panels, exhibitions and social events. The EASA is the largest architectural conference, gathering around 400 of the most talented students from all over Europe (around 50 nationalities and nearly 250 faculties of architecture from across Europe) and around 100 tutors/mentors to jointly tackle issues in architecture and the built and natural environment, to meet, live and work together, exchange ideas, cultures and experiences. Participation in EASA events provides students with vast educational and professional experience. EASA is closely tied to the INCM (Intermediate National Contact Meeting), taking place each autumn. SEach year these activities are supported by the students and teaching staff of the Faculty.

IACES (International Association of Civil Engineering Students), Banja Luka Local Committee 
The Banja Luka Local Committee was founded in 2006 and is a member of the International Association of Civil Engineering Students (IACES), which was founded in 1989 in the city of Delft, Netherlands. The primary purpose of the IACES is student exchange among departments of civil engineering aimed at the exchange of ideas and experiences. The Banja Luka Local Committee is comprised of around 60 students who have so far participated in 11 conferences worldwide. 
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RGSM (Regional Geodetic Student Meeting)
The Regional Geodetic Student Meeting (RGSM) was established in 2010 when geodesy students from Zagreb, Belgrade and Ljubljana organised the first meeting. The meetings last for four days and include lectures by professors, students and sponsors, along with workshops and visits to construction sites. The RGSM is aimed at bringing together geodesy students from the region, presenting the latest in progress and developments in geodesy in different parts of the region, exchanging experiences and raising awareness of geodesy itself. Today the meetings gather students from: Ljubljana, Zagreb, Split, Banja Luka, Sarajevo, Belgrade, Novi Sad and Skopje.