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Consortium Members

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Consortium members have been carefully selected regarding to main project idea, with remarkable reputation, rich previous experience, expertise and capabilities which are needed for successful realization of the project.
Project consortium consists of four groups of partners.
The first group is a group of Serbian Universities (since the proposed project is a National project): The University of Kragujevac, The University of Novi Sad, The University of Nis and The State University of Novi Pazar. These, mentioned Universities are the largest state Universities with a lot of experience in international projects, especially in the Tempus projects (as grantholders, coordinators or participants). All four Universities are placed in cities that are centers of four major regions of Serbia (Vojvodina, Central Serbia, Eastern Serbia and Raska oblast).
The second group of participants consists of EU Universities: Politechnico di Torino, Alma Mater Studiorum Universitata di Bologna, Vilnius Gemiminas Technical Universities, the Technical University of Kosice. The partners were selected according to their specialization and regional settings.
The third group consists of non-academic partners: Serbian Chamber of Engineers – Serbia, Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities (SCTM), Fiat Automobiles Serbia, Regional Automotive Cluster of Central Serbia and Regional Chamber of Commerce. Four of them are distinguished organizations that need to provide expertise and experience in defining outcomes for new study programs as well as support for other activities. On the other hand FIAT Serbia is an important partner because, this factory and its cooperators will be a major employers of students from automotive engineering.
Finally the fourth group consists of Serbian High schools: Djura Jaksic Raca, The Polytechnic school Kragujevac, Tehnicka skola Gornji Milanovac and Tehnicka Skola Trstenik. These high schools have been selected as leading schools to represent the network of high schools in the region. They have the task of improvement their programs and capacities and to better prepare high school pupils for new University study programs as well as to disseminate information about new study programs.