The general objective of the project is to foster Serbian innovative capacity by modernizing Serbian HE system and providing sustainable source of high-quality human resources. The project will achieve this by developing and realizing interdisciplinary postgraduate curricula in the field of innovation management based on best practice from existing EU study programs and according to the Bologna requirements at Serbian HE.
The specific objectives are:
1. To develop and implement interdisciplinary PhD program in innovation management as a joint degree of 4 Serbian universities,
2. To develop and implement interdisciplinary master program in innovation management as a joint degree of 4 Serbian universities,
3. To develop and implement certified innovation management courses for industry professionals to enable career development and increase employability.
These objectives should be achieved through synergetic partnership of 3 Serbian public and 1 private university, 1 college of applied sciences, 6 organizations representing key Serbian stakeholders, 4 well known EU universities and 2 non-academic EU partners with extensive experience in dealing with innovation and curriculum development.
The principal outcomes will include defined structures, research and teaching contents of curricula for joint degree PhD and master programs in innovation management, their accreditation and realization, developed and implemented set of LLL courses for professionals, updated teachers’ and trainers’ skills, introduced interdisciplinary and practical oriented teaching approach, established laboratory and virtual learning environment, published new books, realized teachers and students mobilities, and established Serbian Innovation Management Council.
These results will provide infrastructural resources necessary to secure project sustainability beyond its lifetime. Results and best practice will be actively diffused and exploited at national, regional and European level.
FEFA 11th annual conference on the occasion of Europe Day discussed the rise of creative industries in Serbia and the EU. The conference was held at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall on Monday, May 8, 2017.
In April 2017, Ass. Prof. Branka Draskovic from FEFA faculty delivered several lectures as part of the courses "Research Methods" and "Business Skills," in the framework of the Innovation Engineering Masters program at the University of Novi Sad Faculty of Technical Sciences supported by the TEMPUS MAIN Project...
Fakultet tehničkih nauka, Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, raspisao je Konkurs za upis prve generacije studenata master studija na studijskom programu Inženjerstvo inovacija. Školarina na sve studente koji upišu ovaj studijski program je obezbeđena iz sredstava projekta.
Long life learning course named as “Basics on New Product Development”, took place at Technical College of Applied Sciences in period from June 3th till June 4th, 2016. Participants, 80 of them, represented 3 main groups: SME owners, managers and workers, unemployed, teachers from vocational high schools and students. Participants were coming mostly from Zrenjaninin municipality, but there were also participants from other cities (Novi Sad, Belgrade and Zitiste).
On June 8th and 9th 2016, two six hour long courses were held as a part of WP1, activity 1.4 on the topic of managing creativity inside companies. Courses were attended by employees of various companies with various job roles, such as graphic designer, web developers, human resource specialist, PR consultant, marketing strategy analyst, as well as by students of secondary and tertiary level of studies.
University of Kragujevac and Business Innovation Centre Kragujevac organized jointly the two-day training on the innovation based start-ups. The training was held on 8 and 14 June 2016 at the premises of Business Innovation Centre Kragujevac.
Long life learning course named as “Management of growing and innovative businesses”, took place at Technical College of Applied Sciences in period from May 27th till May 28th, 2016. Participants, 92 of them, represented 3 main groups: SME owners, managers and workers, unemployed and students Participants were coming mostly from Zrenjaninin municipality, but there were also participants from other cities (Novi Sad, Belgrade, Vrsac, Zitiste, Pozarevac and Bijeljina/ Bosnia&Herzegovina).
Факултет за економију, финансије и администрацију (ФЕФА) организује у сарадњи са Фондом за иновациону делатност и Заводом за интелектуалну својину Републике Србије једнодневну обуку на тему "Основе управљања иновацијама".
U cilju pružanja podrške privrednim subjektima, profesionalcima i drugim pojedincima koji žele da unaprede svoja znanja iz oblasti menadžmenta u biznisu, kao i razvoja novog proizvoda, pozivamo vas da se prijavite za pohađanje jednog ili oba dvodnevna seminara koji su deo programa za celoživotno učenje.
One of the MAIN objective was The objective of the project to develop and implement innovation management courses for industry professionals to enable career development and increase employability. The one that is developed by the non-academic partner, Intellectual Property Office
Announcement of forthcoming LLL course- Intellectual Property - an instrument for improving innovation based competitiveness
On 24-25 March 2016, at the premises of Intellectual Property Office of the Republic of Serbia, two day course on intellectual property management will take place. The course covers many aspects of the IP system, from reasons for use of IP system in business, through granting procedures for each type of IP rights and proper IP management after the grant of right.
The workshop was organized by WUS Austria, in cooperation with partner institutions from Serbia, Greece, Germany, Slovenia and Croatia. The purpose of the workshop was to define the structure of the curricula as well as the preparation of the curricula for the accreditation process, in accordance with Bologna standards. Also, conclusions from the last meetings in Kragujevac and Thessaloniki about the Master Study Programm were collected.