The second period of the Tempus Student Exchange has come - some of the courses have already finished. You can find reports of the Study Visits in Belgium and Eger under News and Public relations. The Study Visits in Finland and Austria is just starting, you can find information about the programme of the University of Jyväskylä here.
In 2014, from 17 March till 16 April nine Serbian students visited Eger for a Short Study visit. They participated in the course "Visuality in Mathematic Education". The programme of the course was a wide range of possibilities how we can make the teaching of Mathematics more motivative and interesting. Our main topic this year was tiling and tessellations, most of the lectures and workshops dealt with this. [more]
An interesting text written about study visit in Novi Sad's daily newspaper DNEVNIK.
Click here for photos of the Family day held in Eger, 2013.07.20.
Species of Carbon From a team of Hungarian and Serbian students [more]
We have successfully finished the Short Study Visit of Serbian students at Eszterházy Károly College in Eger, Hungary. You can find here a short report on the course by one of the coordinators.
In the frame of project, this year we organize the Summer University 'European Summer School for Visual Mathematics and Education' for teachers, undergraduate students, mathematichans, artists and for all the inquiring people. The summer school will held in Eger, Hungary, July 13-25, 2013.
Registration deadline: May 15, 2013. [more]
During the school year 2012/2013 all 4 Serbian institution can send 10-10 students for a short study period (1 month) to one of the 4 Member States project partner institutions.
Application period: 2013, February 4 - March 4, 16.00 o'clock.
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The homepage of the project Visuality & Mathematics has started, and it will provide information on Hungarian, English and Serbian languages about the aim, news, events and results of the project. The content of the homepage is constantly maintained and updated, therefore we invited every visitors who is interested in the project to come back. If the webpage does not work promptly, please do not hesitate to contact us.