International cooperation indispensable for Serbia’s scientific development

Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration and Minister of Science and Technological Development Bozidar Djelic announced today that the Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences and its Serbian ... More


Serbia launches programmes for return of Serbian scientits

Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Science and Technological Development Bozidar Djelic stated Monday that the country has launched programmes which will ensure the return of at least one part of Serbia's scientists ... More


€100m for modernisation of schools in Serbia

Minister of Finance Diana Dragutinovic, Minister of Education Zarko Obradovic and Head of the European Investment Bank (EIB) Division for Slovenia, Croatia and the Western Balkans Dominique Courbin signed an agreement to continue ... More


How many citizens with a faculty degree have left Serbia since 2000?

Around 17,000 graduates left Serbia in the 1990s. After 2000 emigration was somewhat reduced, but still another 2,000 graduate students left the country. We are establishing a serious data base on this topic at the website of the ... More


US congressmen visited American University in BiH

US Congress delegation comprised of congressmen Russ Carnahan, Mike Turner and Lynn Woolsey visited today in Sarajevo American University in BiH (AUBiH); it was announced from that University. Congressmen talked to students ... More


Cvetkovic receives Serbian inventors delegation

Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic today met with a delegation of inventors and scientists who successfully represented Serbia at the Moscow International Salon of Industrial Property, Archimedes 2009. Prime Minister ... More


Japanese Gov’t gives assistance to school in Gorazde

Japanese Ambassador to BiH Futao Motai and director of the elementary school "Mehmedalija Mak Dizdar" from Gorazde Husein Halilovic signed today in Sarajevo agreement on grant of the Japanese Government assistance for improvement ... More


Bulgaria joins Central European university network

Bulgaria’s parliament approved an agreement for the establishment of a university network between fourteen countries in Central Europe. The document envisages the introduction of an European Credit Transfer System. The ... More


IT Research and Training Center opens at SEE University

Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski opened Monday a Research and Training Center for Information-Communication Technologies at the South East Europe (SEE) University in Tetovo. The Center contributes to the Government's ... More


Greek Colleges urged to compete globally

A draft law for the reform of the higher education sector will allow Greek universities and technical colleges to follow the example of foreign colleges and attract thousands more foreign students, a senior Education Ministry ... More


Project of Serbian Association of Managers

Delegation of Serbian Association of Managers has recently (February 22, 2008) visited University in Novi Sad and, during the meeting with the management of this prestigious university institution in Serbia, they dicussed ... More


Education underspending dims Bulgaria outlook

Adverse demographic developments and under-utilisation of human capital, as well as a persistent brain-drain and inadequate investment in education and skills, are starting to threaten the long-term sustainability of the ... More


Rudjer Boskovic Institute receives promotion by the Govt

The leading research and development institution in Croatia, Rudjer Boskovic Institute, was just received a promotion into a National Institute by the Government. This should, according to the Director of the Institute Mladen ... More


International summer university "Macedonia 2007" opens in Bitola

Third International Summer University "Macedonia 2007" was launched in Bitola on Monday, in organization of Dutch organization ATA, and in cooperation with FYRMacedonian state universities. About 600 students will attend ... More


Bitola secondary school becomes member of "Siemens" global family

Technical secondary school "Gjorgji Naumov" from Bitola signed Tuesday a document for permanent cooperation with "Siemens", thus becoming the 24th school-member of "Siemens" global family. The formal ceremony was attended by ... More


FYRMacedonia, Thessaloniki University of Sheffield sign Cooperation Agreement

Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and rector of Thessaloniki University of Sheffield Yannis Ververidis signed Wednesday a Cooperation Agreement. The agreement envisages allocation of 11 full scholarships for students at the ... More


Accord for creation of International University

A contract on the creation of the International University of Greece, as well as the utilisation of real estate belonging to the municipality of Nea Mihaniona, near Thessaloniki, was signed yesterday by the municipality and the ... More


American University in Bulgaria Inherits Millions

The American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) has inherited dozens of millions of US dollars, Darik News revealed. Bulgarian Ani Chaprashikova, who spent the majority of her life abroad, included the university in her last will, ... More


Company "CIM College" and German University "Karlsruhe" to found International Institute for Information Technologies in Niš

The representatives of Serbian companies that participated in "CeBIT 2007" Fair in Hanover evaluated their presentations on the largest world review of information technologies as very successful. The national stand named ... More


9th Inte’l exhibition on education gets underway

The 9th International Exhibition on Education, the leading exhibition on education in Greece and one of the key education fairs in Europe, gets underway today at the Helexpo Palace in the Athens suburb of Maroussi. The ... More