The European Commission and its Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) have developed a comprehensive field monitoring policy that places special emphasis on the sustainability of the projects and on the dissemination and exploitation of the results. During the monitoring some of Tempus and Erasmus projects were presented. The Rebus project was presented by Prof. Jelena Jovanovic.
The second Steering Committee Meeting of REBUS project was held on Jun 8 and 9, 2017 at the University of Sarajevo (Mechanical Engineering faculty), Bosnia and Herzegovina. The representatives of 14 partner institutions attended the meeting. Many of news portals, television channels and radio stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina reported about the Project and the Meeting. The coverage is available below.
REBUS project was presented in the TV show "Jutro za sve" (eng. "Morning for everyone"), which was broadcast on Jun 15, 2017 on BHT1 (BHT1 is a Bosnian national public mainstream TV channel operated by Radio and Television of Bosnia and Herzegovina - BHRT). The picture and video coverage are available below.
REBUS project was presented in the TV show "NEŠTO NOVO" (eng. "Something new"), which was broadcasted on Jun 9, 2017 on Alfa TV (Alfa TV channel operated by Dnevni avaz - the largest newspaper in Bosnia and Herzegovina). The picture and video coverage are available below.
During May 22-24 2017 the project Quality Improvement Of Master Programs in Sustainable Energy and Environment (QIMSEE) organized a final conference on Higher Education for Sustainable Development in Sarajevo. The project aims to contribute to educating a national work force at WBC that has adequate innovative qualifications in the energy sector by building sustainable capacity of higher education institutions, and the final conference was the opportunity to further explore ideas for improvement of the education system and bring together industry, education sector and public sector.
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