The Erasmus + international project Master@home is already in the second half of the implementation.
Participants solve various challenges in the international virtual environment, developing and enhancing intercultural competences, foreign language skills, digital and collaboration skills.
Working in international teams of students from Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Turkey and Lithuania is a great added value for all those who are enthusiastic about the quality program.
Here is a statment from one of the participants:
'Participation in the online Micro Master program Entrepreneurship Ecosystem and Innovation Strategies is a truly great experience: we enjoy a high-quality program and well-designed courses and topics. Although the program is very demanding, we get a lot of benefits in return. The concept of the work, in which teams of 3-5 participants from different countries collaborate on project tasks, adds another valuable synergistic effect of international cooperation and understanding. In the first two modules, the program has created a lot of teamwork opportunities to come up with innovative solutions. Although the program takes place under quite unusual conditions (the coronavirus epidemy, and, in my case, the earthquake that occurred in Zagreb on March 22, 2020), we have managed to accomplish all tasks within the set deadlines by the engaged teamwork. It is no wonder that most students opted to continue the program when the issue of participants' motivation was raised due to the situation with the coronavirus. We have agreed that participation in this program is a privilege because it enables us not only to have a quality education, but also encourages international cooperation, and gives us the opportunity to build new, meaningful routines and think positively about the future. Thank you DOBA faculty for making this wonderful experience possible!'
MSc Gordana Ćorić, Festina lente/University of Applied Sciences VERN'