The STRL is part of the EU funded Tempus project whose objective is to
create a joint graduate curriculum in software engineering
leading to the M.Sc. degree according to Bologna declaration.
To create a joint graduate curriculum in software engineering leading
to the M.Sc. degree according to Bologna declaration. To provide
an environment for teachers' and students' mobility. The
curriculum will be common for all beneficiary partners and partly
even for partners from EU. In addition, it will be of greater
interest also for other universities in South-Eastern
Europe. Start of studies is scheduled for summer semester 2007.
- Establishing basic principles of M.Sc. studies in software
engineering according to Bologna declaration and current EU
practices. Those studies must be designed to fulfill labour market
needs and needs for international student mobility.
- Creating the joint M.Sc. curriculum in such a way that every
institution can adopt it with respect to regional needs and its own
- Implementing the curriculum.
- Establishing international recognition and quality control.
- Start of the studies in the summer semester of 2007 in at least
one center, with students and teachers mobility across the region
and with guest teachers from EU.
- Inclusion of other countries in South-Eastern Europe during the
dissemination phase. The following universities are current partners
of the DAAD project in the framework of the Stability Pact and,
thus could be later involved: the Universities of Tirana, Sarajevo,
Banja Luka, Zagreb, Kragujevac.
Klaus Bothe, Zoran Budimac, Rebeca Cortazar and Hussein Zedan, Developing a joint software engineering masters curricula across
countries, ITALICS volume 6 issue 3.