On Thursday, July 14 the third generation of students of the international summer school were officially awarded certificates at ‘John Naisbitt’ University. On this occasion, students were addressed by Rector, prof. Dr. Slobodan Pajović and Vice-Rector for International Cooperation, prof. Dr. Ana Jovancai Stakic. It was pointed out at the ceremony that through its many international activities, the University follows the world trends, as well as those of global education and student mobility.
The topic of this year’s summer school was ‘Business operations in Central European Countries’and it brought together over 20 students from Mexico with the prestigious Tecnologico de Monterrey University. During their one-month stay in Serbia, students had the opportunity to learn from the eminent ‘John Naisbitt’ University professors about the macroeconomic indicators and legal aspects in the region, but also about the importance of intercultural management and marketing for performance in this market. During the last week of the summer school students had the opportunity to visit several successful Serbian companies and state institutions, including the National Bank of Serbia, and thus complement their knowledge and experience.
In addition to academic activities, Mexican students had the opportunity to participate in many cultural events, travel around Serbia, meet our history and culture, and see the sights of our country and its capital with the help of student-volenters from ‘John Naisbitt’ University.