During autumn of 2018 new generation of REBUS students at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of University of Sarajevo started their development of entrepreneurial competencies, including blended learning with mentoring provided and developing own project. The process resulted with joint presentations and discussion over presented projects aiming development of new businesses in early March 2019.
Prof. Vucijak from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of University of Sarajevo participated in the Teaching mobility within the Erasmus+ programme, visiting Université Catholique de Lille, France, where he lectured the course on Introduction to entrepreneurship and innovations management, which actually present teaching and exercise materials produced for the REBUS project. Students were from different countries, including Finland, Georgia, Poland, South Korea, Spain, Venezuela.
In Early April 2019 students from Mechanical Engineering Faculty of University of Sarajevo, participating in the REBUS project, have visited their colleagues from University of East Sarajevo. Main aim of the visit was to make direct contacts that would contribute to the formerly established contacts over REBUS software platform, but also to discuss potential joint activities and project ideas. It was also a chance for the professors to exchange ideas and also hear students’ proposals for improved competence building at students, advanced teaching tools to use in order to get highest level of entrepreneurship competencies at the graduates achieved.
Rebus project is presented on the Montenegrin portal “Naucne novosti” (eng. “Science news”). Student of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Filip Pizurica who passed Rebus training course gave small interview about their experience on Rebus project. He also spoke about training course in Palermo and other benefits of their participation on Rebus project.
The seminar was attended by representatives of the municipal administration, small, middle and large-sized business, members of the academic community of HEIs and colleges.
Various approaches to train specialists at higher and secondary educational institutions, which are able to understand multiple aspects of the digital economics, were suggested during the discussion.