All students wishing to study or spend their mobility periods in Serbia now can get a direct support in the Information Centre of the Foundation Tempus, a newly opened one-stop information centre on education, transnational cooperation and mobility located in the downtown Belgrade.
Through information sessions, students and pupils interested in continuing their education in Serbia can find out more about learning and mobility opportunities available – accredited institutions and study programmes, programmes available in English or other foreign languages, available scholarships etc. Together with possibility of direct informing, there are many resources, materials and booklets available for the further use. Moreover, the Centre has a monthly programme of the activities, which includes information sessions and/or workshops on learning and mobility opportunities, skills presentation and development and related topics.
The Information Centre of the Foundation Tempus offers quality information about available mobility programmes, provides free copies of informational booklets with detailed information on mobility, application procedures, as well as links and contacts for next steps to all individuals interested in mobility. The Centre was officially opened on September 28th 2017 by the Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development Mladen Sarcevic and the Director for Innovation, International Cooperation and Sport in the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture Antoaneta Angelova-Krasteva. The centre is opened by Foundation Tempus, the organization that supports the development of the education and is also in charge of implementation of the Erasmus+ programme in Serbia.
The Information Centre is located in the downtown Belgrade (Terazije 39 street) and open to the public every working day from 10 to 18, with no need of previous appointment.