From the Media - Part 3

posted by maximilian hartmuth on 2005/05/10 19:41

[ From the Media ]

A new project aimed at establishing joint University structures at the city of Mostar, where both Croat and Bosniak sides entertain seperate universities, has been approved by the European Commission. The first meeting of the steering committee took place between 25-27 April 2005 in Granada with representatives from the universities of Mostar, Granada (Spain) and Oulo (Finland). This project has been conceived as an approach to promote
inter-university cooperation among BIH and EU universities by joint managing of shared
infrastructures and facilities. The specific goal of this Pilot Project
is
the creation and initial endowment of an Applied Biology Training
Laboratory and an EU Language and Culture Training Centre. These
facilities
will be held by the University of Mostar and the University Dzemal
Bijedic
of Mostar and will be devoted to the organization of national or
international under-graduate training Courses applying the European
quality
standards.

Info: federica gorni
Source: EUROPE AND THE BALKANS INTERNATIONAL NEWSLETTER Issue n°3 - May 2005

Click here for an earlier article by myself on this topic ("Studieren in der Apartheidstadt", in: FriedensDienst Nr. 3/2002).

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