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We are opening this school year with news from international relations!

At the beginning of October, students Linda Breuss and Daniela Fuchs from the partner institution Health University of Applied Sciences Tyrol from Innsbruck in Austria came to ICEPS to do an traineeship in the field of nuclear medicine and CT (Computed Tomography) in one of our most famous teaching bases – Oncology Institute of Vojvodina in Sremska Kamenica.

The students complete their traineeship through the Erasmus+ program funded by the European Union, the largest form of cooperation in the field of education, youth, training and sports in Europe, that ICEPS has recently joined.

We are pleased that we are recognized among other higher education health institutions as a relevant institution in the education of health workers and that they chose us for the traineeship of their students, as well as that students were given the opportunity to practice in one of the largest health centers in Southeast Europe with the most modern equipment.

ICEPS is working on opening an open call for our students, as well as teaching and non-teaching staff, who will have the opportunity to spend a certain amount of time at a foreign higher education institution through the Erasmus+ program and improve their knowledge and exchange experience and examples of good practice with colleagues from abroad. The great advantage of the exchange through the Erasmus+ program is that the stay is funded by the program, and the learning outcomes are recognized upon returning to the home institution.

If you want to learn more about the Erasmus+ program, you can click here, make sure to follow the list of our partners, which is regularly updated with new institutions throughout Europe and beyond, and the open calls will be published on our website.

For additional questions in the field of international cooperation, please contact us at international@iceps.edu.rs.

We wish students would have an unforgettable experience and what they learn with us to become important for the further development of their careers.

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