Nenad Stojčetović earned his Bachelor's degree in basic academic studies from the Law Faculty of the University of Prishtina. He continued his education at academic studies at Union-Nikola Tesla University in Belgrade, where he received his law degree and is currently completing his master's degree.
He gained many years of working experience as a professor of law group at the Shtërpcë/Štrpce High School for five years, then as a Credit Officer at Finca International at presenting the SME lending program.
She started working at the Ministry for Communities and Return in 2012 as Director of the Department for Policy Planning and Analysis. From April 2013 until today he works as Secretary-General in the Ministry for Communities and Return.
He participated in the preparation, drafting and implementation of numerous by-laws, strategic documents, promoting the Law on the Protection of the Rights of Communities and their Members, creating mechanisms and rights for the return of displaced persons, creating a level playing field for all communities in Kosovo, as well as cooperating with various international and local organizations, central and local institutions.
He was born on August 4, 1976 in Skopje, residing in Shtërpcë/Štrpce, he is married to Aleksandra with whom he has two children, a daughter Jovana and son Pavle.