Technical faculty “Mihajlo Pupin”, Zrenjanin, Serbia

Today, Technical Faculty „Mihajlo Pupin“ – Zrenjanin,  Serbia (http://www.tfzr.uns.ac.rs/) is, after 40 years of its foundation, the most important university level institution in Banat, and a responsible member of the University of Novi Sad.

At the moment, 2000 students study at the Faculty actively. Instruction at the Faculty on all three levels of academic studies is accredited. Basic and master studies are delivered in field of Information Technologies, Industrial Engineering, Clothing Technologies, and Engineering Management. A great number of our graduated students work on high positions in worldwide known companies. We are on the top in Serbia, according to the number of international conferences where we have partners from the European Union in accordance with the number of employees. The Faculty carries out a great number of international, national, and provincial projects as projects of cooperation with industry where the number of students is significant.

Technical Faculty “Mihajlo Pupin” is an institution with academic programs educating students in the fields of clothing production technology and design. The faculty is guided by the fact that design and product development capacities are the most significant factors for keeping European textile and clothing industry technology competitive. Consequently, the faculty maintains good cooperation with clothing industry with hope to further develop this cooperation and to successfully respond to all the demands of various companies. The faculty has a lot of experience in scientific – research work, as well as in organizing all the related events such as: scientific – expert discussions, conferences, guidance meetings, cooperation with other faculties and universities. It has already worked with Romania on the project: “CBC Project – Software for competitive SMEs”. The project: “Sustainable development for Banat region by means of education and scientific research & development in transboundary air quality monitoring issues” is currently underway.

West University of Timisoara, Romania

The University was founded by the decree law no. 660 issued on 30 December 1944, which stipulates that a university must be created in western Romania. Its first faculties either were dissolved or became independent institutions. These independent higher education institutions became a sole university at the end of September 1962. That is why October the 1st is mentioned in the University Charter as University Day; it is not only the day when the academic year begins but also the day when the difficult process which had started on 30 December 1944 ended, when the efforts of creating the university were crowned with success. By 1968, our institution had become an independent university, with a prestigious academic staff in all traditional fields; this was the ideal for which many leading Romanian intellectuals, especially those from the Banat region, had fought. Unfortunately, there followed a difficult period for Humanities and Exact Sciences. Fields of study such as Music, Fine arts, History, Geography, Biology, and Chemistry disappeared one by one; Philology was considerably reduced. As a result, many of the faculties were transferred to other institutions. 1989, the year of the Romanian revolution, was a turning point in the evolution of our university. It led to the present-day conditions. That is why the current structures and achievements make the West University of Timişoara a trusted partner.

By constantly evolving, surmounting difficulties and taking new opportunities, The West University of Timişoara is nowadays a landmark of Romanian higher education. It excels in research, in the didactic performances of the teaching personnel, and in the career opportunities offered to students, our main partners. As can be seen in its own strategic plan, The West University of Timişoara has also applied the European Union directives, becoming an influential source of cultural and managerial formation, a partner for social dialogue and dynamics. Very much aware of the ever-changing necessities of European culture and research, The West University of Timişoara has become a reliable partner for international university cooperation. From 2008 until now UVT accessed more than 50 European funding programs .  (http://www.dcsmp.uvt.ro/rezultatele_activitatii/arhiva_proiecte.php)

Faculty of Arts and Design is one of the 11 faculties of the University of the West. Within the faculties are organized Bachelor’s degree, master’s and Ph.D. in several areas. One of these areas is the design that includes as specializations:product design, environment design, graphic design, textile design, fashion and fashion design.

Municipality of Plandiste, Serbia

The territory of Plandiste municipality is located in the southeastern part of Vojvodina, Ie in the eastern Banat between DTD channel and the Serbian-Romanian border. As multicultural and multinational community aware of necessary connection with EU, Municipality of Plandiste is focused on international cooperation and help from developed european countries. Cooperation with Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania on different projects is achieved. With Czech Republic and Slovakia in field of culture and education, considering the existence of Slovakian national minority in the municipality. Two projects of Youth International centres with participation of children and youth from countries mentioned above are realized.

With Romania is achieved cooperation thorugh CBC programmes, with Municipality of Boksa in the field of emergency situations and protection from floods which are frequent in the region and cause damage and threatening the already weak level of development. Through these programmes appropriate trainings are done to improve skills and organization of these situations and part of equipment for the emergency situations has been procured.

In the CBC Plandište municipality is implementing the project  “SME Development Suppport Center of municipalities Plandiste and Deta” as a lead partner that is related to support SME in textile and agricultural production.

Technical faculty “Mihajlo Pupin”, Zrenjanin, Serbia

Today, Technical Faculty „Mihajlo Pupin“ – Zrenjanin,  Serbia (http://www.tfzr.uns.ac.rs/) is, after 40 years of its foundation, the most important university level institution in Banat, and a responsible member of the University of Novi Sad.

At the moment, 2000 students study at the Faculty actively. Instruction at the Faculty on all three levels of academic studies is accredited. Basic and master studies are delivered in field of Information Technologies, Industrial Engineering, Clothing Technologies, and Engineering Management. A great number of our graduated students work on high positions in worldwide known companies. We are on the top in Serbia, according to the number of international conferences where we have partners from the European Union in accordance with the number of employees. The Faculty carries out a great number of international, national, and provincial projects as projects of cooperation with industry where the number of students is significant.

Technical Faculty “Mihajlo Pupin” is an institution with academic programs educating students in the fields of clothing production technology and design. The faculty is guided by the fact that design and product development capacities are the most significant factors for keeping European textile and clothing industry technology competitive. Consequently, the faculty maintains good cooperation with clothing industry with hope to further develop this cooperation and to successfully respond to all the demands of various companies. The faculty has a lot of experience in scientific – research work, as well as in organizing all the related events such as: scientific – expert discussions, conferences, guidance meetings, cooperation with other faculties and universities. It has already worked with Romania on the project: “CBC Project – Software for competitive SMEs”. The project: “Sustainable development for Banat region by means of education and scientific research & development in transboundary air quality monitoring issues” is currently underway.

West University of Timisoara, Romania

The University was founded by the decree law no. 660 issued on 30 December 1944, which stipulates that a university must be created in western Romania. Its first faculties either were dissolved or became independent institutions. These independent higher education institutions became a sole university at the end of September 1962. That is why October the 1st is mentioned in the University Charter as University Day; it is not only the day when the academic year begins but also the day when the difficult process which had started on 30 December 1944 ended, when the efforts of creating the university were crowned with success. By 1968, our institution had become an independent university, with a prestigious academic staff in all traditional fields; this was the ideal for which many leading Romanian intellectuals, especially those from the Banat region, had fought. Unfortunately, there followed a difficult period for Humanities and Exact Sciences. Fields of study such as Music, Fine arts, History, Geography, Biology, and Chemistry disappeared one by one; Philology was considerably reduced. As a result, many of the faculties were transferred to other institutions. 1989, the year of the Romanian revolution, was a turning point in the evolution of our university. It led to the present-day conditions. That is why the current structures and achievements make the West University of Timişoara a trusted partner.

By constantly evolving, surmounting difficulties and taking new opportunities, The West University of Timişoara is nowadays a landmark of Romanian higher education. It excels in research, in the didactic performances of the teaching personnel, and in the career opportunities offered to students, our main partners. As can be seen in its own strategic plan, The West University of Timişoara has also applied the European Union directives, becoming an influential source of cultural and managerial formation, a partner for social dialogue and dynamics. Very much aware of the ever-changing necessities of European culture and research, The West University of Timişoara has become a reliable partner for international university cooperation. From 2008 until now UVT accessed more than 50 European funding programs .  (http://www.dcsmp.uvt.ro/rezultatele_activitatii/arhiva_proiecte.php)

Faculty of Arts and Design is one of the 11 faculties of the University of the West. Within the faculties are organized Bachelor’s degree, master’s and Ph.D. in several areas. One of these areas is the design that includes as specializations:product design, environment design, graphic design, textile design, fashion and fashion design.

Municipality of Plandiste, Serbia

The territory of Plandiste municipality is located in the southeastern part of Vojvodina, Ie in the eastern Banat between DTD channel and the Serbian-Romanian border. As multicultural and multinational community aware of necessary connection with EU, Municipality of Plandiste is focused on international cooperation and help from developed european countries. Cooperation with Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania on different projects is achieved. With Czech Republic and Slovakia in field of culture and education, considering the existence of Slovakian national minority in the municipality. Two projects of Youth International centres with participation of children and youth from countries mentioned above are realized.

With Romania is achieved cooperation thorugh CBC programmes, with Municipality of Boksa in the field of emergency situations and protection from floods which are frequent in the region and cause damage and threatening the already weak level of development. Through these programmes appropriate trainings are done to improve skills and organization of these situations and part of equipment for the emergency situations has been procured.

In the CBC Plandište municipality is implementing the project  “SME Development Suppport Center of municipalities Plandiste and Deta” as a lead partner that is related to support SME in textile and agricultural production.