The EU is making great efforts to improve the development potential of human capital in the Member States and candidate countries. Serbia participates intensively in EU programs for the improvement of education. Only through the Erasmus + program, Serbia ranks first in the entire region in terms of the number of realized projects, allocated money and the number of exchange students.
What benefits has Serbia had so far from participating in EU education programs? Do exchange programs, like Erasmus +, contribute to the “brain drain” or lead to the improvement of Serbia’s human capital? What is the impact of exchange and mobility on the development of general, and especially educational competencies? What steps does Serbia need to take to advance these policies and how is the European Union helping it? Given that Erasmus + ends this year, what does the EU have in the plan for the next period and how will Serbia be included?
Ivanka Popović, Rector, University of Belgrade
Albert Sese Ballart, European Commission Directorate-General for Education and Culture (DG EAC)
Marija Filipović Ožegović, Director, Foundation Tempus
Bojana Zimonjić, Western Balkans Alumni Association
Moderator: Sena Marić, Programme Manager and Senior Researcher, European Policy Centre – CEP.
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The language of the event will be Serbian and English, with simultaneous translation provided. The event will occur on the Zoom platform. Only registered participants will receive a link for the event! The event will be live-streamed on Facebook, and participants will have the opportunity to leave questions and comments on Facebook and Zoom. We look forward to having you as a guest!