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University of Mostar

University of Mostar. Introduction University of Mostar. 1 .    1895 - the Franciscan School of Theology – the first university level school in Herzegovina founded in Mostar 2.  1959 – Higher Technical School - mechanical engineering branch founded in Mostar

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University of Mostar

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  1. University of Mostar

  2. Introduction University of Mostar 1.   1895 - the Franciscan School of Theology – the first university level school in Herzegovina founded in Mostar 2. 1959 – Higher Technical School - mechanical engineering branchfounded in Mostar 3.   1970/71 - the Higher Technical School became a part of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Sarajevo 4.  1971/72 – Faculty of Economics and Law were opened 5. 1977 – An independent university center was established

  3. UNIVERSITY OF MOSTAR - MISSION • Student and research oriented institution • prepare students for their professions, and academic training for scientific work • through research it contributes to the expansion of knowledge to society particularly via the development and implementation of new scientific achievements and technologies.

  4. The University of Mostar comprises: Faculties: Agriculture Economics Civil Engineering Medicine Law Mechanical Engineering and computing Social Sciences and Humanities Natural Science and Education Health Studies Pharmacy Academy of Fine Arts • Around 16.000 students • Around 1000 teachers and associates Institutes for Agriculture Economics Civil Engineering Croatian Language, Literature and History Latin Language Law Mechanical Engineering Other University library Student dormitory Student Union Student Services University Sports Facilities

  5. The University of Mostar • The University in Mostar is one of 8 public Universities in B&H. • All faculties are legal subjects. • Curricula based on ECTS and cycles and further harmonization with other European universities took place in 2005/06

  6. Faculty of Agriculture and Food Tehnology www.apfmo.org e-mail: agronomski.fakultet@tel.net.ba

  7. Faculty of Agriculture and Food Technology • Faculty of Agriculture was founded in 1994 • 2007/08 - a new study program inFood Technology (undergraduate study) was introduced • 2008 - Experimentalstation was established • 2008 - Faculty moved to a new building • 2008 - Faculty orchard (6,2 ha) • 2009 - Faculty wineyard (1,5 ha)

  8. Cooperation: • All Faculties of Agriculture in B&H • 8 Faculties from Croatia • Faculty of Agriculture, Maribor, Slovenia • Norwegian University of Life Science, Norway • Fachhochschule Weinstephan, Germany

  9. Science-research work • Faculty of Agriculture and Food Technology participated in 48 scientific research projects

  10. Faculty of Agriculture and Food Technology - Bologna process The reasons for the reforms studies and starting of the bachelor and master’s studies with 3+2 system can be found in the changes of educational systems in Europe on one hand, and on the other it was the Faculty's necessity to modernize our Faculty. These reforms are completely in conformity with the goals of Bologna Declaration, and as such they will enable the Faculty to be part of the European educational system or “The Europe of knowledge”. Two cycles: Three – year undergraduate studies (Bachelor Degree) Two-year graduate studies (Master of Science Degree), • Since 2014 - third cycle – PhD studies

  11. Study system Years of study 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Years of study Undergraduate study Bsc Graduate study Msc 6 semeser ECTS -180 4 semester ECTS -120

  12. Cycles First cycle (Bsc) • Agriculture in general • Food technology Second cycle (Msc) • Plant science • Animal science • Agroeconomy - “Agriculture and EU” • Food engineering

  13. Facilities

  14. Experimental station-(52 ha total land; currently arable land 14,8 ha)

  15. A new orchard

  16. Past activities in lifelong learning • Training for assessment ofcheese: • prof.dr.sc Jasmina Lukač-Havranek and • prof.dr.sc Samir Kalit fromFacultyofAgricultureUniversityof Zagreb • 11. i 12.9.2012.g.- 25 participants involved in activities (with USAID/Sida Farma project)

  17. Goals: • Standardization of quality dairy products through the introduction of EU standards for quality management and /or standards for food safety • Improving sales of special cheeses from small producers through the implementation of the EU standards for food safety, promotion and inproved branding and labeling • Thanks to our education three local certified assessors participated for the first time as members of the committee for the evaluation of the traditional authentic cheeses

  18. Training for cheeseassessment

  19. Vinko BatinićJMB:1010970192661uspješno je završio obuku po metodi FIL-IDF 99C:1997Senzorne analize siraU Mostaru, 11-12. listopada/oktobra 2012. godine prof. dr. sc Stanko Ivanković v.d dekana fakulteta prof. dr. sc Jasmina Havranek predavač Obuka je reallizovana uz podršku: Ur.broj:_____________ prof. dr.sc Samir Kalit predavač

  20. Past activities in lifelong learning • 2. Training for beekeepers • prof.dr.sc Nikola Kezić – FacultyofAgricultureUniversityof Zagreb; prof.dr.sc Stanko Ivanković and doc.dr.sc.Jozo Bagarić fromFacultyofAgricultureandFoodTehnologyUniversityof Mostar andothers • 2007 - 57 candidates • 2010 - 54 candidates • 2011 - 42 candidates • 2012 - 42 candidates • 2014 - 30candidates

  21. Goals: • Promoting enviromentally sustainable and productive beekeeping in accoordance with good beekeeping practices in order to preserve bees and insurance requirements for honey production safe for human consumption as in instrument for reducing poverty, especially among young people. • Increase the competitivenessof the beekeeping sector in B&H through improved yield of honey per hive, production of quality honey and honey production in accordance with EU standards.

  22. Certificate awarding

  23. Past activitiesinlifelonglearning 3. We organized a symposium for agricultural producers with goals: • Increase in yield per cow by introducing new balancing meals, compurerized feeding and technologies for fertilization • Production of high-quality roughage by ensuring efficient agricultural machinery • Avoidance of negative impacts on the environment resulting from the proposed activities

  24. Symposium

  25. Past activitiesinlifelonglearning 4. Training for producers of vegetables: Growing Vegetable Seedlings on Nutrient Solution prof.dr.sc.Zdravko Matotan; mr.sc.Elma Sefo and others

  26. Training for producers of vegetables

  27. On-goingactivitiesinlifelonglearning 1.Continuous training for beekeepers in 2014 2.Trainingfor agricultural producers for the proper use of plant protection 3. Promotion of knowledge and innovations in agriculture, particularly in the rural areas 4. Support for farmer associations in achieving better results through an improvement of food production

  28. Goals: • to modernize and harmonize higher education by development of Lifelong learning (LL) system for sustainable agriculture • to improve educational standards and promote economic and social benefits of LL • to develop an appropriate guidance and counselling services


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