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ABOUT THIS QUESTIONNAIRE
We invite you to take an on-line survey, or download the appropriate Word (.doc) version, which you can fill out off-line and send us in the way which you may find the most suitable.

This survey is conducted within the framework of implementation of the European Project TEMPUS titled GLOBE. GLOBE (Good Practice Guidelines and Legislation Reform On Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies in Design and Built Environment Engineering) is defined as a project of complementary measures within the TEMPUS Project aimed to provide assistance to the institutions in Serbia in improving current reforms in the higher education system. The partner institutions in this Project are:

  1. University College London, The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, United Kingdom
  2. Glasgow Caledonian University, School of the Built and Natural Environment, United Kingdom
  3. Instituto Politecnico do Porto, Portugal
  4. Politecnico di Torino, Dipartmento di Georisorse e Territorio, Italia
  5. University in Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Architecture
  6. University in Niš, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture
  7. Institute of Nuclear Science VinČa, Laboratory for Thermal Engineering and Energy
  8. Government of the Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Science and Environmental Protection.

Within GLOBE Project, such a comprehensive aim to improve the higher education reforms in Serbia has been focused on the area of building construction and the quality of the environment in urban environments. The main reasons for this focusing are continuous requirements to increase energy efficiency in buildings and to resolve the problems of environmental protection in urban environments. These disciplines are complementary and call for solutions through addressing the problems from a number of aspects, both with respect to the social, political and economic environment, and with regard to the scientific and technological solutions. The national and European regulations, even the global international agreements (Kyoto Protocol) are intended to make the industries meet the specified requirements in this area as fast and as best as possible.

One of the main campaigns of the European policy is promotion of closer links between local and regional economies through transfer of technologies and knowledge. In that respect, stronger links between industry and academic institutions are needed in order to improve the educational process for the staff that are in, or will join in the processes of work of design bureaus, production, and maintenance as well as in the relevant local institutions.

We have made this Questionnaire in order to get relevant opinions concerning this problem area. Your enterprise / institution has been selected for this survey bearing in mind your competence in this area. You do not have to answer all the questions though it would be desirable. Also, particularly desirable are the positive or negative examples that you should provide within some of the answers.

Your answers and views, provided through this Questionnaire will be a significant step to get a fair picture of the current situation and will help in the final definition of the interdisciplinary studies at our universities in the areas of building construction and the quality of the environment in urban areas, which is the main objective of GLOBE Project. Concrete results of the proposed changes in the higher education reform will help:

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GLOBE: Good Practice Guidelines and Legislation Reform on Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies in Built Environment Engineering

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