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11th International Info Day successfully held

Traditionally, International Info Day, the eleventh in a row, was successfully held on Thursday, 16 March 2023, at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences. This year’s event attracted a large number of students who attended the participants’ presentations in the amphitheater and visited the information stalls in the hall of the Faculty.

The aim of Info Day was to inform students about the possibilities of going on exchange programmes and internships or continuing their studies abroad. Prof. Sandra Jednak, PhD, Vice Dean for International Cooperation, opened the event and welcomed everyone, expressing gratitude to the representatives of organizations, institutions, cultural centers, and foundations who came to participate. Professor Jednak also expressed her satisfaction with the students’ great interest and response and encouraged them to use the opportunities for mobility and enrich their education with a new international experience.

During Info Day, the scholarship presentations were delivered by: Foundation Tempus – Erasmus+, Ceepus and Erasmus Mundus, French Institute in Serbia, ESFAM – l’École de Management de la Francophonie, DAAD – German Academic Exchange Service, and Internship Programme of German Business.

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After the presentations, Mr Nikola Savić from the University of Belgrade and Ms Bojana Ivanović Bovan from the International Cooperation Office of the Faculty held a workshop ‘How to Apply for Erasmus+ Exchange?’.

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In the final part of the event, former exchange students shared their experiences by presenting the universities and programs they had attended: Anja Ristić and Mina Radović presented the Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne, Anja Vučić spoke about her studies at Stockholm University – Stockholm Business School, Anja Timić talked about the semester spent at Prague University of Economics and Business (organized within the Ceepus program), Iva Lazarević presented her studies at the University of Helsinki and Nikolina Božić spoke about the semester at the Université Catholique de Lille.

During the entire event, the information stalls in the hall of the Faculty were held by: Foundation Tempus, French Institute in Serbia, ESFAM, German Academic Exchange Service – DAAD, Scholarship Internship Programme of German Business ‘Zoran Djindjic’, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and student organization AIESEC.

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