Who is lying to whom: How did Sebija Izetbegović pass the first exam in 17 days

She enrolled in postgraduate studies on March 2nd, 1993, and passed her first exam on March 19th. When and how did she attend classes in the semester

Miralem Aščić
  • Sebija Izetbegović

    Sebija Izetbegović

    Foto: Avaz

To prove that the academic education of Sebija Izetbegović, professor and director of the Clinical Center of the University of Sarajevo (KCUS), is flawless, regime media and „raspberry journalists“ published her "Zagreb" student booklet a few days ago from an alleged postgraduate study in the Croatian capital.

Who was in a hurry

The faster - the better, the internet portals that have a total of 12 visits during the day, declared as liars all those who dared to problematize Izetbegović's academic education and point out illogicalities.

But in a hurry, the services, the intelligence, the bots, the SDA, Sebija and the media she controls, didn't notice two things. One is the date on the student booklet from the postgraduate study, which refers to the year when she graduated from the Medical Faculty in Sarajevo, and the other, when and how she passed the first exam in Zagreb.

But, let's start from the beginning, because everything around Sebija is full of ambiguities and confusing data.

Sebija Izetbegović, who studied for 11 years, wrote in her official biography that she graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in Sarajevo in 1989. However, the Almanac of the Medical Faculty in Sarajevo states that she graduated in 1984, and thhe student booklet published by the media close to the SDA lists year 1988 as the year she graduated.

  • She enrolled in postgraduate school on March 2, 1993, and passed the first exam 17 days later

    She enrolled in postgraduate school on March 2, 1993, and passed the first exam 17 days later

    Foto: Avaz

On the other hand, it is illogical how and when Sebija Izetbegović passed the first exam at the "postgraduate" study in Zagreb in 1993.

In her application in August 1994, she wrote the following to the Council for Scientific Research and Postgraduate Studies in Sarajevo:

"I enrolled in postgraduate studies on March 2nd, 1993 at the University of Zagreb - Faculty of Medicine. Complete classes - lectures, exercises and consultations, as well as exams were conducted in English. Unfortunately, due to political circumstances I had to leave Zagreb without passing four out of a total of 14 exams, please allow me to take the remaining exams and write my master's thesis. "

However, the published „Zagreb“ student booklet reveals that Sebija Izetbegović, as she stated, enrolled in postgraduate studies on March 2nd, 1993, and already on March 19nd, more precisely in 17 days, passed the first exam.

The real question is when and how Sebija Izetbegović attended classes in the semester, because then the classes lasted for two years. In addition, each semester had a number of hours of practical work that had to be done in order to take the exam.

Two more exams

The student booklet reveals that two months later, Sebija passed two more exams, more precisely on May 6th and 28th.

We remind you of the statement of Professor Sanja Kupešić, who worked at the "Sveti Duh" Clinic from 1987 to 2006 and who explained who and when could take the exam.

- Every registered postgraduate student in "Ultrasound in Gynecology and Obstetrics" in Croatian or "Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology" in English, who successfully completed the curriculum (regularly attended classes and practical work, more than 80 percent), gained the right to take the exam, during which she/he received a record with a list of questions and grade, which was entered into the student booklet with the date and signature of the examiner - explained prof. Kupešić.

However, she told "Avaz" that she does not remember that Dr. Izetbegović "was a registered student of formal ultrasound postgraduate classes in Zagreb" nor that she took exams at her class.

In addition to all that, Sebija stated that she passed 10 exams, which, for now, it is not known how and on the basis of which certificates, was recognized by the Council for Scientific Research and Postgraduate Studies in Sarajevo.


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