Language Scientific’s Serbian Translation Services

Language Scientific provides premium Serbian translation services, supplying technical, medical and scientific translation, localization and interpreting into and out of Serbian. We are a US-based language services company serving over 1,500 global corporations. Our specialization, focus, industry-leading quality management standards and customer-centered attitude have earned us the trust of many of the world’s best technology, engineering, biomedical and pharmaceutical companies.

Language Scientific has two divisions—Technical and Engineering Localization and Translation Services Division and Medical and Pharmaceutical Localization and Translation Services Division. Both groups provide a full range of Serbian language services including:

We offer a unique depth of subject-matter expertise via our Advanced Scientific Knowledge network (ASKnetwork™) and globalization know-how for companies in the Aerospace & Defense, Chemical, Clinical Research, Energy, Healthcare, Industrial Manufacturing, Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, Technology and related industries. Our ASKnetwork™ of over 6,000 specialists comprises multilingual engineers, doctors and scientists working in over 75 countries on 5 continents.

Language Scientific’s unique Accreditation Program for Technical and Medical Translators, along with a rigorous Quality Management System, ensures the quality standards that our clients have come to depend on. Language Scientific’s Quality Management System is ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 17100:2015 certified.

At Language Scientific, we are driven by the mission to set the new Standard of Quality for technical translation and localization. It is this mission that drives our success and sets us apart as a company. When you need precise global communication, Language Scientific is the clear choice.

Serbian Language Statistics/Facts

Serbian is the official language of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo. Serbian is considered a minority language in Croatia, the Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro and Romania. Serbian is not spoken exclusively in Serbia, there are large Serbian speaking diaspora in many of the neighboring countries of Serbia. When looking at the language through its many stages of development, it is important to focus on its foreign development outside of the Serbian borders. Serbian is spoken natively by approximately nine million people in Eastern Europe.

Serbian is categorized under the Indo-European language family and belongs to the South Slavic subgroup. Serbian also follows both the Cyrillic and Latin writing systems and is the only language to do so. Although Serbian communities do exist in the United States, they are not commonly found in North America and remain popular primarily in Eastern Europe.

Dialects of Serbian

CakavianAdriatic coast and surrounding islands, primarily spoken among Croats
KajkavianBordering communities of Croatia and Slovenia
Shtokavian (Standard)Serbia, Croatia and Montenegro

Countries Where Serbian Is Spoken

  • Albania
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Macedonia
  • Slovenia
  • Australia
  • Croatia
  • Montenegro
  • United States
  • Belgrade
  • Kosovo
  • Serbia

Serbian Country Data

Country: Serbia

Capital: Belgrade
Population: 7,111,024
Parliamentary Republic: President Tomislav Nikolić and Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic
Currency: Serbian Dinar
GDP (ppp): $14,500
Unemployment: 13.8%
Government Type: Parliamentary Republic
Industries: Coal, oil and gas, chemicals, metals, machinery, aerospace, shipbuilding, manufacturing, communications, agriculture, consumer durable goods, textiles, processed foods, and handicrafts. Serbia is broken down into five statistical regions: Vojvodina, Belgrade, Sumadija and Western Serbia, Southern and Eastern Serbia, Kosovo and Metohija

Serbian Language History

The first official establishment of historical significance in modern day Serbia occurred during the 6th century BC. During this period, ethnic Serbs founded a settlement in the mountainous regions of the Balkan Peninsula. The Ancient Roman Empire, during one of its many conquests, traveled to Central Europe and began to colonize parts of Serbia. Throughout the expansion of the Roman Empire in the 2nd century BC, Serbian lands continued to experience Roman invasion and were subsequently taken under the rule of the Romans. Centuries later, still under the Roman authority, the Byzantine Empire ruled over Serbian territories from the 6th to 13th centuries. Migrating Slavic tribes came and settled into Serbia under a period of Byzantine rule which further expanded the Roman power.

The following Serbian period is scattered with a series of wars between many elite Serbian families that fought for centuries attempting to gain power. In the 8th and 9th centuries, the first Serbian monarchy was established under the rule of Prince Višeslav. The first Serbian Prince is remembered for unifying the Serbian territory and expanding the power of the Serbian monarchy. Following the series of wars that usually fought among dualling families was the Nemanjić dynasty over the land of Raska.

Raska is known as the first region that continued to develop into the current Serbian nation. Raska was established in the 12th century and grew over the following two centuries as the Serbian empire began to expand its borders. The state of Raska was eventually taken over towards the end of the Middle Ages as the Ottoman Empire moved west and invaded several territories in eastern and central Europe. The Ottoman Empire reigned over Serbia for nearly 500 hundred years while neighboring states attempted to overthrow the Ottoman Turks. Eventually after centuries of turmoil in the region, the Serbian state declared its independence from the Ottoman Empire in the beginning of the 19th century. Serbian is written using two different alphabets, the Cyrillic alphabet and the Latin alphabet.