Students in the Erasmus+ exchange program at the “Mediterranean” University Podgorica, participants in the intercultural evening
On Thursday, March 9, in the organization of the Office for Youth – Secretariat for Local Self-Government, and in cooperation with the Service for International Cooperation of our university and the University of Montenegro, an Intercultural evening was held, in which four female students attending the current semester at the University of the Mediterranean participated. Podgorica.
Students, Cristina Maestro Delgado from the University of Leon in Spain, who is attending classes at the Faculty of Economics and Business this semester through the exchange program, together with her colleagues who are staying at the Faculty of Foreign Languages, Natalia Bombalicka, Zuzanna Kafarska and Aleksandra Dzwonek, from the Academy of Mazowiecka from Plock in Poland, were part of the intercultural program, during which they had the opportunity to present the cultural and historical heritage of their own countries to those present.
The intercultural evening included an introduction to the cultural and historical heritage of Montenegro, which was presented to the exchange students by Sofija Krisanov, in front of the NGO “Network for Youth Activism of Montenegro”, as well as an informal discussion and socializing, during which the attendees had the opportunity to meet musical and gastronomic culture and tradition of both Montenegro and the countries that were presented.
In front of the international cooperation office of the “Mediterranean” University Podgorica, the evening was attended by Petar Krivokapić, adviser in the Service for International Cooperation.