A distinguished Serbian mathematician and intellectual, Miloljub was born in 1967 and graduated at the Faculty of Mathematics of the Belgrade University, his thesis being „Numeric Mathematics, Cybernetics and Optimization“. His specialist work was entitled 'Differential Equations“. He won his masters degree at the Belgrade FEFA Faculty analyzing „Knowledge as Source of Competitive Advantage“. His Phd thesis was called „Quantification of Intellectual Capital's Impact on Competitiveness“ and he defended it at the Singidunum Faculty, Belgrade in 2011.
He was a math professor from 1995 to 2003 when he became the Director of the Electrotechnical School Nikola Tesla in Belgrade. He was appointed Deputy Director of the Institute for the Promotion of Education and Teaching in 2004. Miloljub was a deputy in the Serbian Parliament from 2004 and parliamentary group leader from 2004 to 2006. He was also the Deputy President of the Serbian Parliament from 2007 to 2008 when he became the Director of the Serbia's Curicullum Literature Publishing Institute until 2013. He is the Editor for Mathematics at the Institute, Professor of Analyses with Algebra in the Mathematics Gymnasium and assistant Professor at Universities Singidunum and FEFA since 2011.
Miloljub has published „Intellectual Capital“ book and coauthored together with Dobrila Tosic and Daniel Milenkovic„Elements of Differential and Integral Calculus“, co-edited together with Milovan Vitezovic and Miodrag Mateljevic the „People of Intellectual Virtue: 170 years of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts“ monography, and has published scores of expert works in mathematics and intellectual capital. Married with two daughters, Tijana and Milena.