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SINC@HE Presentation On Partnership building activity Making a privilege for few an opportunity for all

On 7th March there was also another Dissemination Activity on Law Faculty, University Mediterranean organized under presentation of different projects through Partnership Building Activity “Making a privilege for few an opportunity for all” where SINC@HE project was presented.

Signing of Charter relating to the support and inclusion of students with disabilities in higher education institutions in Montenegro

rektoriRectors of the three Universities in Montenegro - the University of Montenegro, Mediterranean University and the University of Donja Gorica, signed the."Charter relating to the support and inclusion of students with disabilities in higher education institutions in Montenegro" at 15th of March 2013 in Podgorica. Signing this document, rectors, prof. Dr. Predrag Miranovic, prof. Dr. Slobodan Backović and prof. Dr. Veselin Vukotic are committed to increase the quality of inclusion of students with disabilities in higher education institutions, and to improve legislation in this area.

This important event was attended by representatives of the Association of Youth with Disabilities (AYHM), whose executive director Marina Vujacic said that the Charter commit not only universities, but also students with disabilities which thus provides a special opportunity for further education.

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Working Visit 2.3 -Arcola

Agenda

Working visit: WP2 – DEV2.3

Development of university regulatory documents for support of students with disabilities

Debates October 2012

According to the plan for DISS8 debates were organized in UDG and UNIM with the participation of students with disabilities.

Working Visit DEV7.1 & DEV4.1 - UOM

 1) Working Visit: WP 7 – DEV7.1

Aim of this visit is to introduce the methodology of QPLN7 and through the workshop to proceed to the development of internal quality control report.

2) Working Visit: WP 4 – DEV4.1

Development of ICT support services for student with disabilities  

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