Current Positions - Erasmus Mobility KA107 Funding 2017

University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

In 2016, the School entered into an Erasmus+ agreement for the exchange of staff and students with the University of Sarajevo (UnSa), the oldest (est. 1949) and largest (over 35000 students enrolled) university in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BH).

The School was awarded funding for four SEEE students to spend up to six months working on their project/workplacement tasks in the School of Electrical Engineering at UnSa. A travel grant (360 Euro) and individual support (650 Euro/month) are available.

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Sarajevo is the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the National Geographic refers to it as one of the best trips. Some notable events in the city's history include:

  • 1885 - the first city in Europe to have a full-time (from dawn to dusk) operational electric tram line,
  • 1914 - assassination of Franz Ferdinand, heir presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, whose death lit the fuse for World War I,
  • 1984 - host to 14th Winter Olympics,
  • 2014 - European Capital of Culture.

UnSa Highlights gives an overview of the partner university. UnSa Guide for Incoming Students gives details such as cost of living, etc. Further information can be found at UnSa International Office site and Erasmus office in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia is an amazing country. Indeed, the whole region from the plains of Vojvodina and Romania to the beaches of Bulgaria and Greece and across to the dry arid mountains of Albania, Croatia and Montenegro, is a delight. Everyone should visit if they can at all, it’s cheap, there’s lots to see, and it’s incredibly varied in every way. Being Irish was always an advantage; our history and politics have given people in the region a great affinity for us as a nation. The strength of family bonds, the importance of the diaspora, and nationalism are values shared by Ireland and the various nationalities in the Balkans.

 Aonghus Kelly, defence lawyer



Tucked into a river-cut valley surrounded by peaks, Sarajevo has a natural beauty often forgotten amid artificial contrivances.

 Alex Crevar


Nestled in a valley on either side of the river Miljacka, Sarajevo isn’t known as the “Jerusalem of Europe” for nothing. In its more harmonious past this was the only European city to have a mosque, Catholic church, Orthodox church and synagogue in the same neighbourhood.

Deirdre Mulrooney, writer


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