As part of the CULTURWB project, from the academic year 2019/2020, a new study program for the second cycle of studies “Cultural Heritage and Cultural Tourism Management” has been established, in partnership with the University of East Sarajevo and the University of Banja Luka. Classes will be taught at the Faculty of Economics, University of Banja Luka. The competition for the enrollment of students for the second cycle of study is open until 16.10.2019. by which candidates will be able to submit their applications. More information about the new study program and applying is available HERE!!!
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“Only a place worth living is a place worth seeing” \o/ The International Conference “The common heritage of humanity – Cultural Diversity”, 10/18/2018 🙂
After a very successful conference, we continue with the next steps towards establishing a Network for Cultural Tourism in the Western Balkans. Thanks to everyone who contributed to the organization and realization of this historical and phenomenal event!Click here to see photos!
Info day of the Erasmus + project CULTURWB was held at the premises of the Rectorate of the University of East Sarajevo on Wednesday, July 10th, 2019. Vice-rector for International Cooperation and Quality Assurance prof. Prof. Dr Dejan Bokonjićc, Project coordinator in behalf of the University of East Sarajevo, Prof. Dr. Branislav Masic and Dr. Dajana Vukojevic spoke about the significance of the project, goals and achieved results.Find out more about the info day!
The inspiration behind the CulturWeB Network comes from the well-recognized need identified by all project partners in the Western Balkans region who work in the tourism and economy sectors and who already have a long-standing cooperation. All of them agree that there is an obvious need to strengthen the cultural tourism industry development in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro, to create and improve strategies for development of cultural tourism in these countries, address its importance and raise awareness of its pivotal role in safeguarding the rich cultural heritage in the region and beyond.
Find out more at the official CulturWeb website