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Active Inter-Institutional Agreements within the Key Action 1 – International Credit Mobility

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Coordinating Institution

OU UBL

Contact Person at UBL

Contact Information

1.

University of Granada, Spain

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

2.

University of Bologna, Italy

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

3.

West University of Timișoara, Romania

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

4.

University of Niš, Serbia

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

5.

Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

6.

IP Beja, Portugal

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

7.

University of Cadiz, Spain

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

8.

Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

9.

The St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

10.

University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

11.

Radboud University in Nijmegen, Netherlands

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

12.

Hellenic Mediterranean University on Crete, Greece

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

13.

University of Maribor, Slovenia

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

14.

University of Ljubljana Slovenia

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

15.

University of Belgrade, Serbia

Rectorate

Đorđe Kenjalo MSc

 

erasmus@unibl.org

 

16.

University of Kragujevac, Serbia

Rectorate

Jelena Rožić, MA

erasmus@unibl.org

17.

Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy

Rectorate

Đorđe Kenjalo MSc

erasmus@unibl.org

18.

Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland

Rectorate

Đorđe Kenjalo MSc

erasmus@unibl.org

19.

Reykjavik University, Iceland

Rectorate
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Agriculture

Jelena Rožić, MA
Petar Gvero PhD
Aleksandra Figurek PhD

erasmus@unibl.org

petar.gvero@mf.unibl.org

aleksandra.figurek@agro.unibl.org

20.

Saarland University, Germany

Rectorate

Faculty of Law

Đorđe Kenjalo MSc
Igor Milinković PhD

erasmus@unibl.org


igor.milinkovic@pf.unibl.org

21.

Music Conservatory "Giuseppe Tartini" in Trieste, Italy

Academy of Arts

Ivan Otašević MSc

ivan.otasevic@au.unibl.org

22.

University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia

Academy of Arts

Ivan Otašević MSc

ivan.otasevic@au.unibl.org

23.

Robert Gordon University, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Academy of Arts

Ivan Otašević MSc


ivan.otasevic@au.unibl.org

24.

IUAV University of Architecture in Venice, Italy

Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy

Nevena Novaković PhD

nevena.novakovic@aggf.unibl.org

25.

Brno University of Technoloy, Czech Republic

Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy

Igor Kuvač PhD

igor.kuvac@aggf.unibl.org

26.

College of Economics and Management in Essen, Germany

Faculty of Economics

Saša Petković PhD

sasa.petkovic@ef.unibl.org

27.

Eftimie Murgu University of Resita, Romania

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Tihomir Latinović PhD

tihomir.latinovic@mf.unibl.org

28.

TH Köln, Germany

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Bojan Knežević PhD

bojan.knezevic@mf.unibl.org

29.

University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Faculty of Agriculture

Vesna Mrdalj PhD

vesna.mrdalj@agro.unibl.org

30.

University of Applied Sciences,  Triesdorf, Germany

Faculty of Agriculture

Tanja Krmpot, MA

tanja.krmpot@agro.unibl.org

31.

University of Evora, Portugal

Faculty of Agriculture

Branimir Nježić PhD

branimir.njezic@agro.unibl.org

32.

Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Slovakia

Faculty of Agriculture

Biljana Rogić PhD

biljana.rogic@agro.unibl.org

33.

Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Austria

Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Dragan Matić PhD

dragan.matic@pmf.unibl.org

34.

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia

Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Milica Balaban PhD

milica.balaban@pmf.unibl.org

35.

University of Petrosani, Romania

Faculty of Technology

Goran Vučić PhD

goran.vucic@tf.unibl.org

36.

Vilnius College of Technologies and Design, Lithuania

Faculty of Technology

Mladen Stančić PhD

mladen.stancic@tf.unibl.org

37.

The Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iași, Romania

Faculty of Technology

Dragana Grujić PhD

dragana.grujic@tf.unibl.org

38.

Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

Faculty of Technology

Goran Vučić PhD

goran.vucic@tf.unibl.org

39.

Palacký University in Olomouc, Czech Republic

Faculty of Political Science

Jagoda Petrović PhD

jagoda.petrovic@fpn.unibl.org

40.

University of Thessaly, Greece

Faculty of Physical Education and Sport

Željko Sekulić PhD

zeljko.sekulic@ffvs.unibl.org

41.

„Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași, Romania

Faculty of Physical Education and Sport

Željko Sekulić PhD

zeljko.sekulic@ffvs.unibl.org

42.

Roma Tre University, Italy

Faculty of Philology

Zorana Kovačević PhD

zorana.kovacevic@flf.unibl.org

43.

University of Gdansk, Poland

Faculty of Philology

Mijana Kuburic Macura PhD

mijana.kuburic-macura@flf.unibl.org

44.

University of Warsaw

Faculty of Philology

Milica Jošić-Milinović PhD

slavica.tutnjevic@ff.unibl.org

45.

University of Poitiers, France

Faculty of Philology

Anja Bundalo PhD

goran.vucic@tf.unibl.org

46.

University of Turin, Italy

Faculty of Philology

Zorana Kovačević PhD

zorana.kovacevic@flf.unibl.org

47.

Opole University, Poland

Faculty of Philology

Milica Jošić-Milinović PhD

milica.josic-milinovic@flf.unibl.org

48.

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Faculty of Philosophy

Slavica Tutnjević PhD

slavica.tutnjevic@ff.unibl.org

49.

International Psychoanalytic University in Berlin, Germany

Faculty of Philosophy

Slavica Tutnjević PhD

slavica.tutnjevic@ff.unibl.org



List of former partner institutions within the Key Action 1 – International Credit Mobility

  1. Karl Franzens University of Graz, Austria
  2. KU Leuven, Belgium
  3. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
  4. Politehnica University of Timișoara, Romania
  5. University of the Balearic Islands, Spain
  6. University of Bialystok, Poland
  7. University of Glasgow, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  8. University of Heidelberg, Germany
  9. Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania

List of former partner institutions within the Special Mobility Strand component of the Capacity Building projects

  1. Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
  2. High Technical School of Vocational Studies from Uroševac temporary settled in Leposavić, Serbia
  3. The Higher Education Technical School of Professional Studies in Novi Sad, Serbia
  4. Epoka University of Tirana, Albania
  5. The Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies of Belgrade, Serbia
  6. Óbuda University of Budapest, Hungary
  7. Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
  8. Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, North Macedonia
  9. Aalborg University, Denmark
  10. University of Žilina, Slovakia
  11. University of Kragujevac, Serbia
  12. Lund University, Sweden
  13. University of Novi Sad, Serbia
  14. University of Priština temporarily settled in Kosovska Mitrovica, Serbia
  15. University of Tirana, Albania
  16. University of Montenegro, Montenegro

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

The International Credit Mobility component promotes activities concerning transnational exchange of students and staff in order to:

  • Support students in acquiring competencies in order to improve their personal development and increase their chances of employment in the labor market;
  • Support professional development in the field of higher education for innovation and improvement of 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, offering them the possibility of building a network of international contacts, including the possibility of active participation in society, as well as developing a sense of European identity;
  • Increase 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;
  • Provide greater synergies and transition between formal and informal education as well as vocational training, employment and entrepreneurship;
  • Provide greater recognition of competencies achieved through studying / training abroad.