During the Bologna reforms of the past decade in Montenegro, applied sciences have been uniquely connected to institutions of higher academic education (faculties). Study programmes were not often oriented towards developing practical knowledge and practices and few experts from the economy were involved. The number of enrolled students was not controlled, which resulted in a hyper-production of graduates of this profile. It has been assessed that the local economy is not profiting as it should from these graduates. The Montenegrin authorities and the academic community are interested in changing this and is creating universities or schools of applied sciences. This TAM will explore this topic.
The seminar will address:
Two experts have been invited to participate in this TAM: Dr. Constantinos Psomopoulos, a professor of electronics at the University of West Attica, Greece and Dr. Volker Ghemlich of Hochschule Osnabrück, Germany.