Starting to study at the University and getting new responsibilities changes the way of lifestyle. The change is mostly maintained in the way of eating and (non) existence of physical activity. The aim of the research was to determine the food habits and physical activity of the students at the University of Sarajevo. The study covered 1038 (694 female and 344 male) students from 1st to 5 th year of the faculty, 18 to 43 years of age. Used method was a questionnaire designed for this research, and based on previously used questionnaire and it was conducted online. Results show that the largest number of students (48.0%) consume 2 meals a day, 81.9% of students thinks that the breakfast is the most important meal but only half of them (53.7%) always have breakfast, 37.2% of students usually have eggs for the breakfast, 30.8% sandwich, 19.9% slice of bread with toppings and 12.1% eat cereals. 11.4% of students carry a meal from home: 11.1% take fruits and 35.4% take the sandwich. 89.2% of students buy snack in fast food and bakery: hamburger (60.0%), sandwich (33.0%), hotdog (6.7%), croissant (38.1%), dough with cottage cheese (27.0%), pie (17.5%), dough with hotdog ( 11.1%). Most of the students (62.5%) consume water, 5.8% drink juice, while 31.7% consume both. 65.2% are involved in physical activity 1-2 times weekly for 30 minutes, 34.3% are involved 2-3 times a week for 60 minutes and 66.1% of student are physically active every day for 90 minutes. Those who are not active “blame” insufficient leisure time (48.1%), obligations at the faculty (39.6%), lack of money (12.3%). Most of the students (33.7%) sleep for 8 h, 32.3% sleep for 7 h, 24.5% sleep for 6 h. Conclusion: Inadequate eating habits, insufficient time and too much obligations, but also a high percentage of students involved in physical activity and enough sleep, points the need to open students canteens based on the principles of proper nutrition and tailored to students income.