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Bosnia and Herzegovina is open and hospitable to all who wants to visit the Balkans, a country with long history, varied culture, untouched nature. Useful information about accommodation in the cities of Bosnia and Herzegovina can be found at http://www.bhtourism.ba/eng/practicalinfo.wbsp Many of the older hotels from the socialist era have been renovated and often offer high quality accommodation or on the other hand a cheaper alternative to...
Career center of University in Banja Luka Career Center prepares students to enter the job market after graduation, connecting them with employers and provide support in the acquisition of knowledge and skills required in today's labor market. http://upcbl.com/?lang=en Career Center Mostar Career Center helps students to explore options for career choices and develop skills to find a job through the use of our various resources. The...
The education system in Bosnia and Herzegovina consists of: pre-school education Elementary Education Secondary Education Higher Education Preschool education is an integral part of the educational system in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the first, special and specific level of the educational system, which deals with pre-school education of children age. Preschool education should be understood in a broader term that is defined by the terms...
If you travel across one of 52 border points in Bosnia and Herzegovina (40 passenger/ 4 air / 8 railway border points), you should be aware of the below mentioned rights and duties that you as natural persons are entitled to when crossing state border. The items of "personal luggage" belonging to a passenger coming from abroad are exempted from import duties if they are not subject to any restrictions or prohibitions provided that these...
Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in the central part of the Balkan Peninsula. In the north, west and southwest, bordering with Croatia, and east and south with Serbia and Montenegro. BiH lies on the sea near the town of Neum, which covers about 21 km of coastline. Administrative, BiH consists of two entities: the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Srpska. Federation is administratively divided into 10 cantons. Cantons...
The objective of the ESC is ti assist researchers and their families during their period of mobility in all matters relating to their professional and daily lives helping them to reach the adequate services for their needs as well as to assist the core contact points (science managers) in research institutions and inform a wider group of contact points about matters of interest to mobility.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in the central part of the Balkan Peninsula. In the north, west and southwest, bordering with Croatia, and east and south with Serbia and Montenegro. BiH lies on the sea near the town of Neum, which covers about 21 km of coastline.
All Bosnian employees undergo regular health checks to ensure that they are physically capable to do their jobs and that they will not transmit any disease or injure anyone. People in the food industry are particularly checked and random health and safety checks for the premises are held often. Food providers are held to the highest standards. A Bosnian kitchen is expected to be spotless and food safety is very important. All tap water in...
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