Western Balkans University aims to be a fourth-generation university. In addition to quality education, in-depth scientific research, and fruitful use of acquired knowledge; the university is committed to be a proactive part of economic development in the country and beyond. The Education Practice -Integrated Curriculum (EPIC) project is a project that fits this vision in the best way.
Education Practice -Integrated Curriculum (EPIC) is the most important project of the Western Balkans University, dedicated to the highest quality shaping of its students. Through this project, in addition to academic training in the university's auditoriums, Western Balkans University students will have the opportunity to perform professional internships in various companies collaborating with the university.
Creating a new model of education in higher education in cooperation with the most prestigious private hospitals in the country entitled “EPIC” (Education-Practice Integrated Curriculum).
Western Balkans University students with an average higher than 7 (seven) studying in one of the following programs may benefit from being part of the EPIC project:
Active work practice starting in the first semester of the first year of study. The program aims to gain from a student a work experience of 20 hours per week starting in the first semester of Bachelor studies.
Graduates of Western Balkans University through the program can be employed at WBU partner's institutions where they have developed paid internships over three years.
The Epic Project Office has a very important role in coordinating all the processes and procedures of this project. The office makes contacts with the institutions where the project will be carried out, organizes the application process of students, the collection of documentation, the organization of interviews of applicants, etc. The office also cooperates with the relevant departments in sharing information about the progress of internships and enabling communication between institutions.