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In Ghent, from 13-16 March 2017. the training will be held related to project activity 3.3. (http://stint-project.net/pages/activity3-3). Host of this training is KU Leuven, the project coordinator. Participants for this meeting will be staff from BH public universities, students from BH public universities and staff from partner state/ entity agencies and ministries. Topics for this training will be oriented on:
1. Int’l strategy and indicators. Key points. Responsibilities? Control? Coordination? Measuring? 2. Recognition of qualifications gained on other European and world institution? Continuation of education on your institution? Recognition the whole qualifications, for employment? Recognition of courses? Difference between academic and professional studies? Recognition of ECTS? Level of recognition at the institution? 3. Self-Evaluation of int’l at institution. Evaluation of Int’l within accreditation. 4. Int’l structure at the level of university, Int’l structure on f... More info


In High Wycombe (Great Britain), from 30.11-04.12. will be held the consortium meeting of the project. This meeting will be organized by Buckinghamshire New University. It is envisaged the participation of all project partners. Please download agenda. More info


In Bihac, from 5-8 September will be held workshop for developing recognition model, internationalisation strategy and indicators. This meeting will be organized by University of Bihac. It is envisaged the participation of all project partners. The main objective of this activity is the training of BH project partner personnel on the essential elements of models for the recognition of qualifications, the development, implementation and control strategy of internationalization, the basic elements that should be included, as well as training of staff on the development of indicators of internationalisation which should be related to the strategy. Later on, the trained personnel will play a role at their institutions as coordinators of the strategies, indicators and recognition models. This activity will provide an active contribution to the expansion of existing knowledge, abilities and skills. Given that in BH there are no recognition model, strategy and internationalisation indicator... More info


At the University of Sarajevo the monitoring and visit for STINT project initiated by EACEA will be held on June 30, 2016 in the Rectorate, from 11:00 – 15:30. In the context of continuous monitoring of the Erasmus+ programme the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) is developing a comprehensive field monitoring policy. The purpose of the visit is to learn about the activities realised and products developed so far, as well as to observe if the project has encountered any problems in operational and/or financial implementation that can be discussed and solved. It is planned that all B&H project partners attend to this meeting. After the visit, the EACEA will send to all project partners written feedback on the monitoring visits with recommendations.

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In Banja Luka, from 7-10 March 2016. the project's 1.1 activity "Analysis of current situation about internationalization and recognition mechanisms" was realized. The meeting was organized first day in the capacities of Government of Republika Srpska (administration center) and second day at the University of Business studies. Total of 27 participants from 15 different project partners were participated to the meeting. Detail list of institutions and participants is shown at picture bellow. Only representatives of University of Bihac didn’t attend to the meeting because of justifiable reasons. On the first day, all participants were registered on time, but the meeting start was late for 30 minutes because of technical problems with equipment (computer and projector) of Ministry of education and culture of Republika Srpska. The meeting was officially opened by Jelena Starcevic - senior associate of Ministry for Education and Culture of Republika Srpska and officially nominated me... More info