ERASMUS + Jean Monnet project “Modern techniques to ensure environmental sustainability in Eastern Europe” acronym MEET, with the Kick of Meeting officially started at 22. December 2020.

The main objective of the module is to improve capacity building and raise awareness of the environmental protection importance in public and private sector through the long-term educational process at HEI in Eastern Europe.

It is an original module at the University of Sarajevo and in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Based on EU practices related to environmental sustainability and disaster risk reduction management, the module uses modern techniques to transfer knowledge, encourage participants to work within intercultural setting and gives its students opportunity to become an active and productive agent of change.

MEET work program includes 5 teaching activities

Module A – Sustainable agriculture

Module B – Climate Change and its impact on human and natural systems

Module C – Climate-smart agriculture technologies and practices in soil and water management

Module D – Sustainable soil and water management

Module E – Drought in a changing environment

Teaching activities will be carried out as standard University curricula and offered to graduate students (some as part of new modules, some as part of existing modules) and to the general public, including NGO and public administration sector.

Teaching activities will be performed through the online Moodle platform in form of video presentations, direct instruction via the google meet application.

The lecturers come from the University of Josip Juraj Strossmayer in Osijek, University of Niš, Agricultural Catchments Programme / Environment, Soils and Land-Use Research Department of Ireland and the University of Sarajevo.

Classes will be held in local languages (Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian).

Participation in the modules is completely free, and after their successful completion, participants receive a certificate of completion of the module.

At the beginning of February, a competition for applications will be opened on the project website (, and teaching activities will start on March 8, 2021.

For additional information, please contact the project manager by e-mail:

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