During the beginning of 2018, the staff involved in REBUS project from UET, presented and disseminated project results so far at the Department level. Such presentation aimed to inform the staff about the progress of the project so far and receive professional feedback by the experts. The presentation was done by Prof. Ermira Qosja and Ketrina Cabiri, project manager at UET. This project is lead by University of Sarajevo and funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
During March 2018, the REBUS project participants of Volga Tech carried out several presentations for students of the specialties "Forestry", "Ecology and Nature Management", and "Landscape Architecture" of the Institute of “Forest and Nature Management”. During the presentations, bachelors and masters were acquainted with the main activities of the project, opportunities for participation in mobility in European Universities and training courses in the field of entrepreneurship within the taught master's disciplines.
In the March issue of the magazine “INFOSFERA” an article “SibSUTIS in REBUS project. Students are getting prepared for business” was published. The article describes the content of the project, project activities, conducted researches, and monitoring visit of the NEO commission to Novosibirsk.
New teaching programs and syllabus at the University of Montenegro, were accredited in 2017. Bachelor studies according these teaching programs and syllabus were started with the school year 2017/18, while master studies are planned for the beginning at the school year 2020/21.
REBUS project was presented in the most popular daily newspaper in Montenegro called Vijesti (News). The statement for "Vijesti" was given by dr. Jelena Šaković Jovanović, project coordinator for Montenegro. In the statement, Dr. Šaković Jovanović highlighted the activities of the development of entrepreneurial orientation syllabuses, procurement of equipment and software for the realization of the project as well as the training that the best students will attend in Palermo, Italy.