This meeting was held in the Rectorate of the University of East Sarajevo before going to exchange of students with disabilities in the framework of the international project “School-to-Work Transition for Higher Education students with disabilities in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro (Trans2Work)”.
Four students from the University of East Sarajevo were registered on a web database created in the framework of this project, head by the Department of Pedagogy at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of East Sarajevo.
This is the first time that the University of East Sarajevo participates in the exchange of students with disabilities.
Two students from the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering – Vanja Grujić and Goran Ristić, one student from the Production and Management Faculty – Milica Ijačić and one student from the Faculty of Philosophy – Dejan Baković, are participating in this student mobility project.
All students will practice in the field of related profiles that are attending mathematics faculties for a period of two months from November 2017 to October 2018 at universities in Novi Sad, Belgrade, Kragujevac or Montenegro.
All students will have two months of practice at the University of Novi Sad, Belgrade, Kragujevac or Montenegro, in areas related to profiles which they study on their faculties.
Students are provided EUR 1,800 for expenses from the project budget.
The project coordinator is professor Biljana Sladoje – Bošnjak, Senior Assistant Ranka Perućica is a mentor that connects students with disabilities with employers, while Slobodanka Krulj, from the administrative staff, is in charge of supporting students.