“Mother Teresa” University, as part of the consortium of 16 partners in the establishment and implementation of the international e-VIVA project (Enhancing and validating service related competences in Versatile learning environments at the Western Balkan Universities), was represented at the last meeting with the Rector Aziz Pollozhani, Ph.D., Diturije Ismaili, Ph.D. and Elisabeta Bajrami Ollogu, Ph.Dc.
The meeting lasted for 3 days and was held at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, where it was reported about the activities carried out so far by the partners and where it was discussed about the obligations for the next steps of the project implementation. The main focus was to establish the exchange study program for students from all the participating countries, as part of the project activities. “Mother Teresa” University is expected to host around 40 students from the partner countries during the next academic year.
The project is funded by the Erasmus + Project from the EU education funds and its full implementation is expected to be completed in November 2021.