During the summer 2018, the Volga Tech has been finalized the equipment purchase in the framework of REBUS project. In July 2018, 24 PC monoblocks Dell inspiration and 6 Lenovo notebooks were delivered and installed in the computer class of Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence of the University. All these computers now are connected to 30 licenses for an open learning environment, which is multilingual and multifunctional and provides a seamless learning space consisting of a Learning management system, e-portfolio and connected validation software.
This study visit will serve students to improve and further develop their business ideas as well as enable the validation of international team work communication and entrepreneurial competencies of this student group, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ermira Qosja.
REBUS Project was presented at scientific conference called “Importance of a technical culture for youth education” which was held in Sarajevo on 18 January 2018. The sponsors of the conference were the Ministry of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Ministry of Education, Science and Youth of the Sarajevo Canton. The Prime Minister of Sarajevo Canton, the Ministry of Culture and Sports and Ministry of Economy of Sarajevo Canton and University of Sarajevo gave support to the conference.
Students of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of East Sarajevo, presented their business plans within Erasmus+ project Rebus on June, 7th 2018. This is result of the three month training in the field of entrepreneurship. Elaboration of business ideas was performed in previouslly defined teams, where students earned new skills and competences in mentioned scientific area. Based on their work during all training and shown knowledge, trainers have selected 12 students for additional education at the University Duisburg - Essen.
10 laptops and 20 desktop computers were set in one of the classrooms of SibSUTIS Training Center. A new highly technical computer room will be used by the students trained on entrepreneurship courses within the frames of the REBUS project. And those lucky students, who are going to the practical training to Austria in September, will take new laptops to the University of Graz.