Welcome to official site of ERASMUS + project K-FORCE

This is the official site of ERASMUS+ project, entitled: Knowledge FOr Resilient soCiEty, Project no 573942-EPP-1-2016-1-RS-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP.

This project has been funded with support from European Commission, within ERASMUS + programme.

Department of Civil Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering

Master Programme

Implementation of 6 Master Programmes in 3 WB Countries brings important strategic, pedagogic, and practical challenges, particularly when legislative and educational structures differ. The work is demanding and time-consuming and there is need for support in order to be able to create programmes that are well-integrated and have highest quality...

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University of Novi Sad
University of Novi Sad
University of Novi Sad

PhD programme

Implementation of new PhD programme should contribute to sustainability of all other Disaster Risk Management and Fire Safety Egineering master programs in region. These PhD students will become the future teachers and professors at the all three levels of DRM&FSE Study Programs and LLL courses....

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Faculty of Technical Sciences
Faculty of Technical Sciences

Life Long Learning

The main objective is to provide continuous professional development of employees in Disaster Risk Management and Fire Safety Engineering sector in Western Balkans countries through creation and implementation of certified LLL courses for practitioners. Continuing education will be open to everyone who fulfils the admission requirements.....

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In Tuzla was held the first Lifelong Learning course within the K-FORCE project

With the marking the World Day of Protection at work 26.04.2018, in the amphitheather of the Mining, Geology and Civil Engineering Faculty in Tuzla, was held the first of three Lifelong Learning courses organized by the ERASMUS+ K-FORCE project.

The theme of the course was aligned with this years campaign of International Labor Organisation „Dangerous Matter“ and consisted of three lectures by prominent experts from this field. The course was attended by 64 candidates, most of them were undergraduate and master degree students from the Faculty of Mining, Geology and Civil Engineering and 13 professionals from various companies, mainly from the territory of the Tuzla Canton.

The course was rated as very successful and several media houses from Bosnia nad Herzegovina reported on this event.

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