Stefan Anđelković was born on December 29, 1996 in Kosovska Mitrovica. He graduated from the “Sveti Sava” elementary school in Žerovnica, Zvečan municipality, while he graduated from the “Kosovska Mitrovica” gymnasium (social and linguistic major) in Kosovska Mitrovica.
He enrolled in basic academic studies in 2015 in the study program of International Studies at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade. He graduated four years later (grade point average 9.05). During his undergraduate studies, he was a scholarship holder of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia and the Provisional Authority of the Municipality of Kosovska Mitrovica. Master of academic studies in the study program Political Science – International Studies, module International Politics at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade, completed in 2019/2022 (average grade 9.25), defending the Master’s thesis on Constitutional Changes (1989-1990) and Serbian- Albanian relations.During his undergraduate studies, he did an internship at the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, working as a Liaison Officer, for six months (May-October 2019), within the professional training program of the Center for Career Development. He was a participant in the professional seminar “Public Policy Days” organized by GAJP, PERFORM, Konrad Adenauer Stifung in Belgrade in October 2018. Since June. From 2020 to May 2023, he worked at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, in Belgrade. He worked as a marketing manager in the German company “PM – International” in September 2022, and as a marketing manager in the Slovenian company “Smart Money Solutions” in October 2022.He enrolled in doctoral academic studies in the study program of International and European Studies at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade in 2022. The planned topic of the doctoral dissertation would deal with the problem of the relationship between the crisis of communism on an international scale and the crisis of the Yugoslav idea of self-governing socialism, which the leaders of the SKJ pointed out is quite special and different from other socialist systems, considering that the research of the consequences of the Amendment to the Constitution of Serbia in 1989. year and the later constitution of Serbia, it also included processing the topic of the dissolution of the Union of Communists of Yugoslavia, probably the last political link between the republics of the SFRY.Since May 2023, he has been employed at the Institute for Serbian Culture in Priština-Leposavić as a researcher-intern.Stefan’s main areas of interest are international relations, foreign policy, diplomacy, ethnic relations and multi-ethnic communities, with a special focus on constitutional amendments (1989-1990) and Serbian-Albanian relations in the twentieth century.Stefan speaks English, but also uses German.
Анђелковић, С. (2022). ’’Уставне промене (1989-1990) и српско-албански односи’’. Мастер рад, Београд: Факултет политичких наука, Универзитет у Београду.