Internet project with students from Serbia
Students and teachers from the University of Novi Sad (Belgrade) have visited the Presidential Academy. During the ten -day visit, the students jointly developed an online resource with a multimedia report.
A group of seven students and three teachers from the Faculty of Applied Management, Economics and Finance in Belgrade was received by the Business Information Technology Department of RANEPA Institute of Economics, Mathematics and Information Technologies (EMIT). The visit was part of a cooperation agreement with the University of Novi Sad.
During the visit, Serbian students attended seminars on the Russian language and intercultural communication. Dividing in cross-cultural teams, the young people developed a joint project – an online resource with a multimedia report in three languages on organizing student overseas visits between their universities, using case-based tools for modeling the website structure.
The Serbian students also enjoyed a rich cultural and tourist program. They visited the Kremlin, the Kolomenskoye Museum Reserve, the Central House of Artists, the Great Moscow Circus, etc.
The Novi Sad students shared their impressions of the visit:
Tatiana Cirkovic: “Russia is very beautiful, everywhere, starting from architecture and ending with its traditions. I cannot even say which of the places we visited in Moscow left more impressions – they are all unique in their own way, each with its own history. A visit to the circus was an incredible pleasure for me. I remember best the rise to the observation deck in the Federation Tower – a huge skyscraper in Moscow City. A bird's-eye view of Moscow was perfection itself”.
Nikola Opacic: “A trip to Russia was my long-time dream, and for a long time I imagined Moscow would be very cold, but these ideas were completely forgotten once we got off the plane. This city turned out to be much more interesting and brighter than I could have imagined. The capital of the largest state in the world is truly unique and beautiful. I hope that I can return to this wonderful city, mostly because I was greatly inspired by the people of Moscow”.
In March 2019, a group of RANEPA EMIT students will go on a return visit to Serbia, and the students will be able to continue working on their joint project. They are now preparing to attend a joint conference.