Reforming Foreign Language Studies in Serbia
Start date: Oct 15, 2010,
The overall broader objective of the project is to ensure that Serbia is in a position to have formally educated and highly skilled linguistic mediators and professionals necessary for the integration of Serbia in Europe and for its regional and internal development. Specific Project Objectives are:1. To significantly improve, harmonize the current Bologna-tailored modern language study programs in all Serbian universities with foreign language curricula, namely, Universities of Belgrade, Novi Sad, Nis, Kragujevac and Novi Pazar, in terms of structure (including the degree structure), content, teaching and assessment methods and materials at bachelor and master levels. 2. To establish clear and complementary strategies for the development of foreign language studies at each university in accordance with European, regional and internal developmental priorities. 3. To design translation and interpreting (T&I) study modules at bachelor and master levels at all participating Serbian universities and 3 master programs in T&I at the Universities of Belgrade, Novi Sad and Kragujevac. 4. To design 2 master programs in Serbian as a Foreign Language at the Universities of Belgrade and Novi Sad. 5. To implement improved and newly developed study programs. Outputs and outcomes of the project are grouped into work packages: WP.1 Improvement and harmonization of the current study programs and development of the new study programs at bachelor and master levelsWP.2 Implementation of reformed and new study programsWP.3 Dissemination of the project resultsWP.4 Quality control and monitoring of the projectWP.5 Management of the projectWP.6 Sustainability of the project achievementsEach outcome is a result of series of activities listed in the LFM.
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