History students in the school years 2002/03, 2003/04, 2004/05, 2005/06 and 2006/07, who attended practical exercises in the field of archival science, showed the greatest interest in the fund of the Court of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. They were interested in the documents about the culture and situation at the court, family photographs of the Karadjordjević dynasty, etc. In addition to that, they were interested in the documents on the foreign and internal policies of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, assassination of King Alexander I Karadjordjević in Marseilles in 1934, prostitution in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in the 1930s, political parties in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, foreign trade and economic relations between the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and other countries, trial of Draža Mihailović, religious communities and their relations with the FPRY, Yugoslavia's relations with the Cominform member-states and other topics. For these topics students could see the archival holdings from the following funds and collections: Court of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (АЈ-74), Interior Ministry of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (АЈ-14), Foreign Ministry of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (АЈ-334), Collection of Milan Stojadinović (АЈ-37), Communist Party of Yugoslavia (АЈ-507), Government in Exile (АЈ-103), Ministry of Religious Communities of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (АЈ-69), Central Press Bureau (АЈ-38), Ministry of Education of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (АЈ-66), Embassy of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia to Turkey – Ankara (АЈ-370), Embassy of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia to France – Paris (АЈ-388).
Students of the School of Philology – Department of Librarian Studies visited the Archives of Serbia and Montenegro in March 2007 with Prof. Dr Bojan Đorđević. Director of the Archives of Serbia and Montenegro Miladin Milošević informed them about the history and work of the Archives, archival holdings, number of funds and collections in the possession of the Archives. Head of the Department for the Protection of Archival Holdings Milan Medaković showed students the storerooms where 811 archival funds and collections are held.