Vesna Dimitrievska Ristovska was born in Skopje in 1968. Primary and secondary school finished in Skopje, with continued great success. During the school she has participated in several competitions in the field of mathematics and languages, with more senior positions won the republican and state competitions. After completing her secondary education in Secondary school "Rade Jovcevski Korchagin - Skopje, she attended the Faculty in Skopje, the studies in informatics, who graduated in March 1996, on " Parallelization of the sequential program" and has been honored with the title of engineer Mathematics-Informatics. In 2007 she defended master thesis "Quantitative measures for the uniform distribution of sequences", under the mentorship of prof. Dr. Vassil Grozdanov from University Neofit Rilski, R. Bulgaria.
In 1996 was elected as an associate and in 1999, a teaching assistant at Institute of Informatics, PMF. During the operation she performed numerical or laboratory exercises on the subjects: Fundamentals of programming, Analytical geometry, Numerical calculations, Vectors and matrices, Numerical methods, Differential calculus, Integral calculus, Theory of information, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Calculus 3, Databases, Foundations operating systems, Introduction to Computer Science 1, Functions of several variables, Programming of the calculating machines e.t.c.
Participated in several projects funded by the DAAD and TEMPUS, presented results of several conferences and published several scientific papers in domestic or foreign journal or Proceedings of the conference.
Currently she is working on a doctoral thesis "Quantitative measures for the distribution of finite and infinite sequences and their applications".