Meeting of FBA Representatives and stakeholders

Representatives of the Faculty of Business and Administration (FBA) held a meeting with stakeholders in the Senate room of the International University of Sarajevo (IUS) on Wednesday, February 4, 2015. The meeting aimed to familiarize stakeholders with the criteria for accreditation of study programs, the indicators for criteria fulfillment, and the results and achievements made so far. On behalf of IUS,  Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hasan Korkut, Dean of FBA opened this meeting  with words of welcome for all present guests and in his introductory remarks emphasized of the importance of these meetings. Secretary General of IUS, Emir Hadžikadunić also addressed the guests, while Assist. Prof. Dr. Senad Bušatlić, Assist. Prof. Dr. Abdurrahim Siradag and Assist. Prof. Dr. Mehmed Ganić spoke about the study programs. 

The stakeholders  representatives who attended this meeting were: Prof. Dr. Ešref Kenan Rašidagić, Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Sarajevo, Dr. Omer Kulić, President of the board of BHANSA association, Dr. Alen Kalajdžija, Director of the Institute for language, mr. Muharem Krzić, former Ambassador, Mirna Pajević, Economist from the FEB d.d. Sarajevo, Economist Azur Handan, Director of the accounting sector, IT revision in Turkish Ziraat Bank, Sarajevo and Prof. Elvedin Subašić, journalist from the informative newspaper  ”Preporod”. 

Stakeholders actively participated in the meeting and discussed different topics with the coordinators of the programs. At the end of the meeting it was agreed that stakeholders will receive all necessary materials in writing, in order to give their comments and suggestions for improvement of the curriculum and teaching processes, as well as other relevant matters. 

Stakeholders actively participated in the meeting and discussed different topics with the coordinators of the programs. At the end of the meeting it was agreed that stakeholders will receive all necessary materials in writing, in order to give their comments and suggestions for improvement of the curriculum and processes, as well as other relevant matters.

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