Students of the XXIV generation completed the fall semester on the Future studies with workshop Networking and social intelligence, on module Skills for the Future. The workshop was held by General Director of The Belgrade Open School, Vesna Đukić. In addition to lectures on this module, students also, in the fall semester, had the opportunity to listen to lectures on module Future of the State and Society.
Jovana Gligorijevic, from the weekly newspaper "Vreme", opened activities in December on the programme. Students talked with her about very important topic nowaday, Online communication and reputation. The module continued with lecture held by Mihailo Gajic. Students had the opportunity, to get advice and instruction on how to manage personal finances, through interactive lecture.
Also, on Thursday, December 8th, 2016, students of the XXIV generation, attended Diploma Awarding Ceremony for students of the XXIII generation, which was held at the Museum of Yugoslav History. On this occasion it was officially presented the new, XXIV generation of the students.
With Misa Djurkovic, director of the Institute for European Studies, students discussed about The mechanism of the rule of corporations and the future of democracy. The following week, students discussed about the topics they have not the opportunity to listen on The Programme so far. Dr. Predrag Mitrovic, a cardiologist at the Emergency Center and the Clinical Center of Serbia and professor at the Medical School, held the lecture on the topic How music can affect the quality of life and work.
Special Lecture, as part of the December activities, was reserved for Peca Popovic, with the topic of Inventions and events that changed the world of music.
The lecture in which students were especially active, was The Flipside of globalization and modernization: images and stereotypes of sub-Saharan Africa, when they spoke with Zoran Cirjakovic. This lecture closed the module Future of the State and Society in the fall semester.
Inevitable New year's socializing, exchanging gifts to secret friends and decorating Christmas tree, after the last workshop on the module Skills for the Future closed the fall semester on The Programme.
Students have a small break for New Year and Christmas holidays, and the first activities await them in mid January 2017.
Photos of the fall semester, and all additional activities which were attended by our students, you can see in our gallery.