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The Educational Visit of Students from the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University “St. Cyril and Methodius”, from Skopje

On May 29, 2024, a professional-educational visit of a group of students from undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral studies of the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the University “St. Cyril and Methodius” from Skopje, N.Macedonia was realized at the Jaroslav Černi Water Institute.

The visit of students from Skopje to the Institute was carried out within the activities of the Department of Hydraulics and Hydrology of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, as part of the curriculum for students of the hydraulic engineering department.

During their visit to the Institute, students had the opportunity to familiarize themselves with a portion of the practical aspects of their future profession through project presentations and demonstrations of work on models in the Institute’s hydraulic laboratory.

The organization and implementation of the visit also involved the Water for Sustainable Development and Adaptation to Climate Change Center under the auspices of UNESCO (WSDAC), hosted by the Institute.

  • Presentaion about (WSDAC) 2nd Category Center and JCWI Institute
  • WePASS 2 – EU Pilot Project: Making the Iron Gate Dams passable for migratory fish
  • Makhoul Dam & Una Kostela HPP
  • Hydraulic Models Demonstration

Thanks to its rich experience and wide range of activities, the Institute fosters cooperation with numerous higher education institutions from the country and the region, providing students with direct interaction with experts from various fields and the opportunity to directly acquaint themselves with the complex water management challenges.

Through such initiatives, we encourage the exchange of knowledge and experiences between experienced professionals and young researchers, providing students with not only insights into the practical aspects of their future profession but also valuable contacts for their future careers.

Moreover, through such collaborations with the academic community, we strengthen the ties between educational institutions and industry, making this interaction crucial for the development of future professionals capable of addressing the complex challenges of water management.

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