After a long period of restrictions and closings caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, IBC-M was honored to host incoming lecturer, Ms. Monika Moraliyska from the University of National and World Economy (UNWE) from Sofia, Bulgaria. This visit was part of the ERASMUS+ teaching exchange program and it was organized during the week 13th – 19th June.  Professor Monika Moraliyska is Chief Assistant Professor at UNWE and she teaches in the disciplines: European economy, institutions of the EU, international economic relations” and EU trade policy under International Economic Relations and Business Department at home university. It was a unique opportunity for IBC-M students and staff to benefit from the exchange of best international knowledge and practice this mobility provided. Interactive lecturers for IBC-M students were organized and delivered by the incoming lecturer on the following thematic areas: 1) European social policy and major social problems in the EU and 2) Economic and social effects of the Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence on the labor market, employment, and professions in the EU.

As a part of this mobility, campus tours were organized for incoming lecturers, meetings with IBC-M directors and lecturers, as well as, sightseeing by visiting cultural sites and other landmarks throughout the Kosovo region.

IBC-M is thankful to the University of National and World Economy (UNWE) for the great cooperation established in the area of students and staff exchanges in both directions and for the great collaboration in implementing ERASMUS+ projects.