The German Accreditation agency for study programmes in the field of technical sciences, informatics, natural sciences and mathematics (ASIIN) has extended its accreditation of the study programmes at the Bachelor and Master level to the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Belgrade until 2025.
The ASIIN accreditation serves as a confirmation of the international quality of studies at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Belgrade, which makes it the only officially internationally recognized faculty in Serbia for all its study programmes at the Bachelor and Master level, says Professor Miloš Nedeljković, the coordinator of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering for the process of ASIIN accreditation. This is a great recognition not only for the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, but also for the University of Belgrade, he says.
The ASIIN Delegation performed the supervision of the work of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering during a two-day visit in December last year, and their Committee for Technical Sciences decided to extend the accreditation at the beginning of April this year. During the accreditation process, the quality of study programmes was evaluated in terms of the structure and methods of teaching, the organization and carrying out of the exams, the Faculty staff, investment in the Faculty staff, investment in student development, transparency of the Faculty work, and quality management.
(Source: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering)