During the months of May and June, IBU staff visited multiple European Universities.
A delegation from IBU visited Malardalens University in Sweden. Led by prominent representatives from IBU, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mersid Poturak, rector of IBU; Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jasmin Kevrić, dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Natural and Medical Sciences, Assist. Prof. Dr. Elma Avdić from the IT department; and Nedima Krndžija, Coordinator for Erasmus+ Student Mobilities, were warmly welcomed by the administration and faculty of Malardalens University. The visit provided an opportunity to strengthen the bond between the two organizations and explore potential opportunities for current cooperation expansion.
Teaching Assistant Amir Ademović from Civil Engineering visited the University of Warmia and Mazury in Poland. He highly appreciated the great communication with the university staff, which showed them around the laboratories and their facilities, the opportunity to hold classes, and most importantly, the discussion of the many possibilities in the project that lie ahead.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Adna Ašić from Genetics and Bioengineering visited Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in Poland. She found this mobility quite beneficial because she had the opportunity to give lectures to international students, exchange ideas, and discuss possible future ideas for cooperation with fellow researchers at this prestigious university. Additionally, during this visit, Prof. Ašić discussed a framework for student mobilities for the Genetics and Bioengineering department in the next academic year.
Professor Adisa Omerbegović Arapović from Banking and Finance and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Samed Jukić from IT attended the 19th International Week at the University College of Enterprise and Administration in Lublin, Poland. During the international week, alongside different presentations and cultural activities, they attended a conference on remote education, from which they gained many insights on online teaching methods, networking, and new curriculum development capacities.
Assist. Prof. Emir Klepo and Assist. Prof. Dženan Medanović from Graphic Design and Multimedia visited Technical University in Dublin, Ireland. During their stay, they established new contacts and explored the future possibilities for cooperation with the Arts departments at TU Dublin. Additionally, they gained many insights into infrastructure perspectives and got new ideas for the GDM's further development. This visit was beneficial for strengthening cooperation with TU Dublin and foreseeing new opportunities for the students from the Graphic Design and Multimedia study programme.