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International academic seminar

with Erasmus and scholars
Presenter Professor Anica Hunjet and Associate Professor Petar Kurečić
Date
Time
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Contact person
Northern Institute
T: 89467468 E: thenortherninstitute@cdu.edu.au
Location Savanna Room (Casuarina Campus, Yellow Building 1, Level 2, Room 48)
Open to All International audience, CDU staff and students, Public
Erasmus+ Scholars

Join the Northern Institute as we host EU Erasmus+ scholars, Professor Anica Hunjet and Associate Professor Petar Kurečić from University North (Sveučilište Sjever) Croatia. They will be discussing modern integrated education practices and socio-economic security in the Balkans.

Presentation 1
10 am - 10:45 am (ACST)
Guest: Professor Anica Hunjet, Vice-Rector for Scientific and Artistic work and International Cooperation
Topic: University North: an example of a modern integrated public university and its relationship with the real market in Croatia

Presentation 2
10.45 am - 11:30 am (ACST)
Guest: Associate Professor Petar Kurečić, Advisor in Science/Jean Monnet Module Coordinator
Topic: Western Balkans on the crossroads: Is the European perspective realistic? Instability, stagnation and emigration as the main threats

Registration

via Zoom  Please join at any time using the same link. 

In-person: This seminar is live from the Savanna room. Limited seating is available. Please RSVP by emailing thenortherninstitute@cdu.edu.au to attend in person.

 

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