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Erasmus+ credit exchange

The Erasmus+ program aims to support activities in the field of education, training, youth and sport for the period from 2014 to 2020.

 

The credit exchange promotes activities concerning transnational  exchange of students and staff in order to:

  • Support students to acquire competencies in order to improve their personal development and greater employment opportunities in the labor market;
  • Support professional development in the field of higher education for innovation and improving the quality of teaching and training;
  • Significantly improve foreign language competence of the participants;
  • Raise awareness and understanding of participants about other cultures and countries, ffering them the possibility of building a network of international contacts, as well as the possibility of active participation in society, as well as developing a sense of European identity;
  • Increasing capacity, attractiveness and international dimension of higher education institutions so that they are able to offer activities and programs that are more appropriate for the needs of individuals;
  • Greater synergies and the transition between formal and informal education as well as vocational training, employment and entrepreneurship
  • Provide greater recognition of competencies achieved through studying / training abroad.

 

Key Action 1 - Credit Mobility

Number

Institution coordinator

OJ UBL

Contact person at UBL

Contact Information

 

Approved projects in 2015

 

1.

Music Conservatory "Giuseppe Tartini" from Trieste, Italy

Academy of Arts

Professor Vanesa Kremenović, MA

vanesa.kremenovic@aubl.org

2.

University of Granada,
Spain

Faculty of Economics

Igor Torodorović, PhD,  assistant professor

igor.todorovic@efbl.org

3.

College of Economics and Management, Essen, Germany

Faculty of Economics

Professor Saša Petković, PhD

sasa.petkovic@efbl.org

4.

University of Heidelberg,
Germany

Medical School

Professor Nenad Ponorac, PhD

ponorac051@yahoo.com

5.

International Psychoanalytic University Berlin, Germany

Faculty of Philosophy

Slavica Tutnjević, PhD,  assistant professor

slavica.tutnjevic@unibl.rs

6.

University of Plovdiv,
Bulgaria

Faculty of Philology

Mijana Kuburić Macura, PhD,  assistant professor

mijana.kuburic.macura@unibl.rs

7.

University of Poitiers,
France

Faculty of Philology

Dragana Lukajić, MA

dragana.lukajic@unibl.rs

8.

Karl Franzens University of Graz, Austria

Faculty of Philology

Melsada Zec Zejnić

petar.penda@unibl.rs

9.

Opole university,
Poland

Faculty of Philology

Professor Petar Penda, PhD

petar.penda@unibl.rs

10.

University of Applied Sciences,  Triesdorf, Germany

Faculty of Agriculture

Vesna Mrdalj, PhD,  assistant professor

vesna.mrdalj@agrofabl.org