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Lifelong learning courses started as part of the CULTURWB project

The implementation of the third cycle of lifelong learning courses under the CULTURWB project (Capacity Building for Change in Tourism in the Western Balkans – Building Competences for Heritage Management and Cultural Tourism) began on Friday, December 6, 2019, at the University of East Sarajevo.

The aim of the courses is to develop competencies in persons involved in tourism development, future tourism managers as well as employees of cultural institutions. The emphasis is on developing skills, knowledge and abilities in the field of heritage and cultural tourism management.

The lecturers in the courses are: Prof. Branislav Mašić, Ph.D., Prof. Dajana Vukojević, Ph.D., Prof. Mladen Rebić, Ph.D., Dr. Dragan Vojinović, Dr. Nenad Marković and Asst. Prof. Nemanja Šarenac.

This is the third cycle of CULTURWB courses. The courses are free of charge, EU-funded.

This year, the courses will be held again at the Faculty of Economics, Pale, in a multimedia hall, equipped with the CULTURWB project equipment intended for lifelong learning at the University of East Sarajevo.

The CULTURWB project is one of the Erasmus + projects, designed within the framework of cooperation between the EU and the countries of the region, which aims to strengthen competences in higher education. CULTURWB focuses on cultural tourism as a distinct area of ​​tourism that deals with the individual’s deep cultural experience, whether at aesthetic, intellectual, emotional or psychological level.

The Certificate Ceremony for candidates of the third cycle of courses will take place at the end of December 2019.