Politics and Society in Southeast Europe
In total, 38 students attended the Compulsory Written Colloquium in Politics and Southeast Europe on 18 January 2017. They achieved the following grades:
Excellent (5): (7 students in total)
Francesca Barbino, Barbara Kotlar, Niccolo Minotti, Alina Aftene, Leon Cvrtila, Ivana Geto and Tonči Bistričić.
Very good (4): (21 student)
Ariana Kostić, Zvonimir Magdić, Vitomir Međimurec, Silvia Trevisani, Anna Krogulec, Yevhen Kliukin, Hanan Nanić, Leonard Eldić, Anita Juričan, Gentiana Fana, Marina Fabriš, Tomislav Vidović, Antonio Pavlović, Adriana Karas, Antonio Božić, Maik Paap, Dominik Sedlitzky, Martina Andričić, Dominik Gluhak, Giorgi Gogoladze and Indre Jankauskaite.
Good (3): (9 students)
Tea Kodrnja, Helena Gates, Mislav Indir, Mladen Ferk, Minea Tatić, Marin Ćurić, Akvile Gadrute, Adriana Jozić and Kristina Aerlić.
Fail (1): (1 student)
Antonella Arcoverde Gobbo.
Oral exams for those students who have registered online for this exam period will be held on Wednesday, 1 February 2017, from 9 am onwards (most likely until 2 pm, with some shorter breaks at some point in between). No need to register for exact time of exam, but please note that I examine in groups of four students – and that each group is likely to be in exam for between 30 and 40 minutes. This is just to enable you to plan your time better on Wednesday.
Prof. Dr. Dejan Jović
This is just to confirm that today's Compulsory Written Colloquium is taking place in our usual seminar room (Seminar V, fourth floor) from 16.00 (until 18.00).
See you all later today.
The first meeting in Politics and Society in Southeast Europe course will be on Wednesday, 5 October 2016, at 15.30 (until approx. 18.00) in Teaching Room Seminar 5 (4th floor, Lepusiceva 6 building).
It will consist of a) discussing organisational issues related to this Course, and b) the introductory lecture.
Syllabus for this Course is now available under "Teaching Materials" (Nastavni materijali) online. May I kindly ask you to print it and bring a copy with you, if possible.
I look forward to seeing you this Wednesday afternoon.
Dejan Jovic (Professor, Course Coordinator)
Colloquium grades and an information on exam, 3 Feb 2016
These are the grades for Compulsory Written Colloquium in Politics and Southeast Europe, written on 20 January 2016:
Grade 5 (excellent):
Igor Hlebec, Mateja Horvat, Jakov Kolar, Lorela Mehmeti, Pierluca Merola, Ines Mihić, Josip Miličević, Bruno Rukavina, Leon Runje, Josip Šaban, Mariusz Tomaszuk, Vid Krešimir Vince, Theresa Wagner and Maria Zipfinger.
Grade 4 (very good):
Maddalena Avon, Nevena Balažević, Kruno Balent, Alexandra Butler, Steven Delvina, Joraj Krševan Dovranić, Juraj Gajski, Antun Gjuraš-Car, Ivan Grgurinović, Patrizia Haupt, Sara Jahić, Petra Jakovina, Matej Kešina, Simon Klein, Dino Koprivnjak, David Kristan, Polymnia Litsiou, Slađana Lovrić, Luka Paraga, Felex Rudroff, Goran Sačić, Matej Sever, Karla Škorjanc, Anna Wätzig and Patrick Wegener.
Grade 3 (good):
Damir Andrašek, Ivana Barac, Marijan Crnjak, Matea Filipović, Hrvoje Galić, Karolina Kuta, Kolja Lohf, Anna Malecka, Olga Merezhuk, Sandro Sadiković, Petra Škokić and Vytautas Žarskus.
Grade 2 (pass):
David Cihlar, Josipa Jurić, Elisavet Kotopoulou, Maja Šarić and Ioanna Theofylaktidou.
Information about the exam:
Currently, there are 47 students registered for the exam on 3 Feb 2016. In order to reduce waiting time for exam, please register for one of two available slots: either for Wednesday morning 9-12.30, or Wednesday afternoon from 2 – 5.30 pm. You can do that by signing your name on the list that will be available on Tuesday morning at the doors of my office (third floor, room 16). This can be done by somebody else for you too…
Prof. Dr. Dejan Jović
The first meeting in Politics and Society in SEE is on Wednesday, 7 October 2015 - at 13.45 (1.45 pm) in teaching room Seminar I (second floor, Lepušićeva 6). At that meeting we will combine my introductory lecture and the first (organisational) seminar. As you have probably already seen, the slots for us in the teaching timetable are: 13.45 - 15.15 for the lecture, and 15.30 - 17.00 for seminars.
My office hours will be on Tuesdays, 12-1 in Room 16, third floor, but in principle I should be available also on Wednesday - subject to making appointement.
I will soon (probably until Monday) post the final version of the Syllabus for this course - under "Nastavni materijali" (Teaching materials) here. I would appreciate if you could please bring a printed copy of the syllabus with you at the first meeting.
I look forward to meeting with you on regular basis throughout the semester.