Scholarship Fair - University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, December 15, 2016 More info at More info

Dear Mr Delepeleer, As part of our on-going monitoring of Erasmus activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a field monitoring visit took place on the 30th of June 2016 at the University of Sarajevo. I had the pleasure together with my colleagues from the National Erasmus Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina Mr Suad Muhibic (Head of Office) and Ms Nena Markovic (Project Officer) to meet and discussed the progress of activities with representatives of the project in the country. We would like to thank all participants in the field monitoring visit for the time they devoted to the discussions and for having provided updated and detailed information on the current situation in a structured and accessible way. The project activities have been implemented in line with the project proposals, without major changes. However, some students were additionally involved in the surveying process in order to improve self-evaluation process. An initial delay of 3-4 months was reported, and seems... More info

Source: European Students' Union. Available at: Student mobility has always been of great importance for the Bologna Process as a tool for fostering mutual understanding and knowledge sharing within the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) on grassroot, institutional and national level. Mobility promotes diversity, tolerance and peace, the development of intercultural and language competences and spreading democratic values across and beyond Europe. Over the past years, internationalisation “has become a must in every higher education institution across the globe” (ESU 2014), and at last it was included in the Bucharest Communiqué clearly stating that mobility should be regarded as a part of it, either as a tool or a result of the internationalisation process (Conference of Ministers Responsible for Higher Education 2012). The aim of this text is to analyse the current situation and progress that has been made sin... More info

Detailed and systematic analysis of legislation and practice in recognition procedures, the state of implementation of Lisbon Recognition Convention in BiH and recommendation for improvement covers current legislations (Republic of Srpska, ten cantons in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Brčko District of BiH) concerning recognition of foreign higher education qualifications including access to an assessment, criteria and procedures, deadlines, appeal, the term of “substantial differences”. The document also presents the main challenges that should be overcome and goals to be achieved in order to have fair recognition fully aligned with the Lisbon Recognition Convention. You can find more information on this topic here. More info

This E-tutorial provides an overview of the funding opportunities offered by Erasmus+ to Higher Education Institutions and their staff and students based in Partner Countries outside the European Union. Watch the E-tutorial "Introduction to the international dimension of Erasmus+" at . More info