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Summer School "Banja Luka 2016", 18 July – 12 August 2016

Summer School "Banja Luka 2016" provides a basic understanding of the economic and social development in the field of development of entrepreneurial and quantitative economics.

 

 

Target group: The summer school is intended for students of the first and second cycle studies of economic faculties from Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region. Students from economic faculties outside Banja Luka, based on agreements on technical and business cooperation between the Faculty of Economics, University of Banja Luka, in case of successful passing of the examination, will be able to start the process of recognition of the passed exam on their home faculty. Students from other faculties with which the Faculty of Economics in Banja Luka does not  have signed agreement on technical cooperation, are also welcome to the Summer School. Partner institutions are listed on the following website http://www.efbl.org/eng/medjunarodna-saradnja/sporazumi-i-partnerstva/.

 

 

Structure: three weeks of intensive program carrying 16 ECTS points (with a possibility  of choosing one, i.e. a maximum of two subjects carrying 8 ECTS points) and in the fourth week two exam periods. Lectures will be organized at the Faculty of Economics, University of Banja Luka by eminent professors from the University of East Sarajevo and University of Mostar, who will examine the students. Lectures in the first three weeks will be held in two terms, 6 classes every day, i.e. a total of 90 classes of lectures. Classes will be held from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, and from 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm, from Monday 18 July 2016 until Friday, 5 August 2016 (15 working days), while the exams will be organized on Monday, 8 August 2016 (first exam period) and on Friday, 12 August 2016 (second exam period).

 

 

Subjects:

  1. Financial and Actuarial Mathematics - 8 ECTS points - Professor Stevan Stevic, PhD, Faculty of Economics in Brcko, University of East Sarajevo http://www.efbl.org/eng/studiji/predmet/13/finansijska-i-aktuarska-matematika
  2. Entrepreneurial Economics - 8 ECTS points - Professor Tihomir Spremo, PhD, Faculty of Economics, University of East Sarajevo http://www.efbl.org/eng/studiji/predmet/23/preduzetnika-ekonomija/

 

Goals: Through the intensive work during three weeks, students will participate in the interactive teaching from the above subjects and they will be able to thoroughly prepare for taking the exam, according to the official syllabi of the above subjects.

 

 

Students who have passed all exams in the regular semesters of the academic year 2015/2016, can go "a step forward" and during the Summer School they take the subject from the next academic year, at the same time taking into account subjects – prerequisites. This is in line with one of the basic principles of the Bologna concept of study, according to which there is a distinction between the success of study in relation to the duration of study, which is decided by the student. During the Summer School the same rules of study apply as in regular semesters, as follows:

  1. Rulebook on the organization of Summer School, http://efbl.org/upload/dokumenti/Pravilnik-o-organizovanju-ljetne-skole.pdf
  2. Rules of Study in the I and II cycle studies, http://www.unibl.org/uni/doc/pravila_studiranja_I_stepen.pdf
  3. Decision on the method of monitoring and valorization of students' knowledge in the academic year 2014/2015. http://www.efbl.org/eng/za-studente/odluka-o-valorizovanju-znanja/

 

Evaluation of students

The evaluation will be done in two exam periods, in accordance with the Decision on the method of monitoring and valorization of students' knowledge in the academic year 2015/2016. Students from the Faculty of Economics, University of Banja Luka who pass the exams, will have their grades entered into the application and Record of the performed exam, in the same way as in the regular exam periods.

Students from other faculties who successfully master the subject content will be awarded a certificate on the passed exam with a local grade from 6 to 10 and with the number of ECTS points, along with enclosed certified syllabus of the successfully passed subject.

 

 

The classes in the Summer School will be held for those subjects for which a minimum of 20 students apply. The students can apply for the subject, listen the classes and take the exam with guest lecturers who will hold classes in the Summer School.

Price of the Summer School per candidate is 500 KM.

Application deadline: from 10 June 2016 until 24 June 2016 by 12 pm.

Registration can be made online at studentska.sluzba@efbl.org or by phone at +387 51 430 020. If you are applying online, it is necessary to write your first name and last name, the name of the Faculty and the study program you are taking in the academic year 2015/2016.

Interested students outside Banja Luka will receive logistical support for the accommodation and meals in Banja Luka.

More information on http://www.efbl.org/eng/za-studente/ljetna-skola-Ekonomskog-fakulteta/