REALIZED MOBILITY PROJECTS – PARTICIPANTS’ EXPERIENCE

Vedran Milojica

Vedran Milojica

incoming staff mobility for teaching

Vedran Milojica, MSc, lecturer at PAR Business School – Rijeka (the Republic of Croatia) stayed at our School for teaching purposes from 13 to 17 December 2021. Mr Milojica gave our students several lectures on various aspects of tourism in the Republic of Croatia, focusing in particular on strategies for mitigating the consequences of the COVID 19 pandemic.

Neven Šipić

Neven Šipić

incoming staff mobility for teaching

Neven Šipić, MSc, senior lecturer from Zagreb School of Business, stayed at our School From 31 May to 4 June 2021 for teaching purposes. During his visit, he gave our students several lectures on the impact of the crisis on the development of entrepreneurship and marketing strategies, particularly the impact of the COVID 19 crisis on the aforementioned issues.

Biserka Komnenić

Biserka Komnenić

outgoing staff mobility for teaching

From 23 May to 30 May 2021, Biserka Komnenić, PhD stayed at PAR Business School – Rijeka (The Republic of Croatia), a higher education institution for teaching purposes. Professor Komnenić gave the students in Rijeka a number of lectures on the impact of change in the business environment on the economic results of Serbia and Croatia in a time of crisis.

Jelena Damnjanović

Jelena Damnjanović

outgoing staff mobility for advanced training

Jelena Damnjanović, PhD stayed at PAR Business School – Rijeka (the Republic of Croatia), a higher education institution, for advanced training from 23 to 30 May 2021. During her visit, Professor Damnjanović had the opportunity to learn about good practices at PAR relevant to the organization and implementation of internationalization strategies, and analysis of the organization and realization of mobility programs within Erasmus + programme in particular.

Nataša Papić-Blagojević

Nataša Papić-Blagojević

outgoing staff mobility for teaching

Within Erasmus+ programme for staff mobility, I had the opportunity to spend some time (15 – 19 April 2019) at The College for Management in Tourism and Informatics in Virovitica, the Republic of Croatia. The main purpose of my visit was to give a few lectures in Financial Mathematics and Business Statistics courses, but the warm welcome, interactive teaching, and the students’ interest in the lectures I gave made my stay in this friendly institution a memorable experience. During those few days, the cooperation with the colleagues I had met before became closer, while contact with new acquaintances generated ideas about possible future mutual activities. Teacher mobility programme helps you change your common and well-established practices, exchange experience, and learn about the work of colleagues at other higher education institutions, as well as teach students whose knowledge you do not have to assess, but rather you share and exchange knowledge with them.

Branislav Dudić

Branislav Dudić

incoming teaching staff mobility, Comenius University in Bratislava

I visited NSSB during the period from 7 October to 11 October 2019 within Erasmus+ teaching staff mobility programme. After a warm welcome, I had the opportunity to give students several lectures in the field of management. What is even more important for me as a lecturer is that I had the chance to learn about Serbia and talk to young people in Serbia who have similar problems and face similar challenges as do students in Slovakia. The experience I gained during the exchange will help me in my advanced training, while the knowledge I acquired through interaction with young people in Serbia will be implemented in my future educational work. Finally, I wish to recommend NSSB to all teachers who are thinking of visiting Novi Sad within Erasmus+ exchange programme. 

My Erasmus experience video

Vanja Stanojević

Vanja Stanojević

outgoing students mobility

In the period from February to July 2019, I was participating in the Erasmus+ exchange in Virovitica (Republic of Croatia). The beginning of the exchange was marked by a friendly reception, meeting the new colleagues and the adaptation to the new surroundings. As the time went by, my stay in Virovitica was becoming even more pleasant and full of activities. Apart from study activities, I had the opportunity to get to know the city with my new friends, and to learn about other particularities of this, for me, new environment. After successfully passing the exams and returning home, I was left with a beautiful memory of having a great time, being carefree and the feeling of freedom that I felt during my stay. I am still in contact with the friends I made there, which is maybe even the most important aspect in my Erasmus story. I would like to recommend Erasmus exchange to everyone, because it is an unforgettable experience that gives the young people the opportunity to get to know themselves better and to broaden their horizons.

My Erasmus experience video

  Type of mobility Name Mobility period Partner institution
1. K107/SMS/outgoing Vanja Stanojević 25.2. –12.07.2019. Visoka škola za menadžment u turizmu i informatici u Virovitici (Croatia)
2. K107/STA/outgoing Nataša-Papić Blagojević 15.04.-19.04.2019. Visoka škola za menadžment u turizmu i informatici u Virovitici (Croatia)
3. K103/STA/incoming Branislav Dudić 07.10.-11.10.2019. Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia)
4. K103/STA/incoming Branislav Dudić 12.10.-16.10.2020. Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia)
5. K103/STA/ outgoing Biserka Komnenić 23.05.- 30.05.2021. PAR- Rijeka (Croatia)
6. K103/STA/ outgoing Jelena Damnjanović 23.05.- 30.05.2021. PAR- Rijeka (Croatia)
7. K103/STA/incoming Neven Šipić 31.05.- 04.06.2021. Zagreb School of Business (Croatia)
8. K103/STA/incoming Branislav Dudić 04.10- 08.10.2021. Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia)
9. K103/SMS/outgoing Andjela Bojić 25.09.21.-05.02.22. AYDIN University Istanbul (Turkey)
10. K103/SMS/outgoing Vanja Stanojević 01.10.21.-01.03.22. RRIF Zagreb (Croatia)