Welcome to the official webpage of Bosnia & Herzegovina Futures Foundation.
Recently some of our volunteers had the opportunity to host a recent University of Melbourne graduate on her travels in Mostar and Sarajevo. We bring you a short reflection on Gloria’s trip and how our volunteers create new links by representing Bosnia & Herzegovina in the best possible way.
U Zadru je od 11. do 13. oktobra održana konferencija i hackathon My Smart City. Događaj se organizuje u sklopu projekta CODE – Suradnja i razvoj prekograničnog poslovnog okruženja a jedan od učesnika u projektu je i BIT Centar Tuzla. U slopu ovog takmicenja, nas student i aktivni volonter Haris Selmanovic je sa svojim timom osvojio prvo mjesto.
“Sometimes writing only one e-mail can lead to education or employment opportunities,” says Nermin Đuzić, a talented BH Futures Foundation student. Having narrowly missed out on a BH Futures Foundation scholarship, Nermin received an e-mail offer from the foundation to participate in the Mentorship Program. Today, under the guidance of his mentor, Dr Ebrahim Hassan, an expert in the fields of infectious diseases, immunology and virology, Nermin is completing an internship at the Institute of Virology of the University of Freiburg, Germany.
The BH Futures Foundation is proud to announce that Henk de Pater, renewable energy project manager and engineering expert from The Netherlands, has become a BH Futures Foundation mentor. More than 20 years after serving as a volunteer soldier in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in April this year Henk visited the country with his son for the first time since the war.
BH Futures Foundation partnered up with LANACO Information Technolgy to deliver our second academy of 2018. Scholarship recipients from all over Bosnia & Herzegovina joined local students from Banja Luka in a two day intensive program to strengthen their presentation skills as well as to learn how to finance their career goals and projects.
Vildana Bijedic, one of the board members of directors of the BH Futures Foundation, was one of the featured speakers at the third annual BiH Diasporic Conference (BiHDC) which took place in USA’s capital, Washington D.C., on April 28th and 29th, 2017. The event brought together predominately a young generation of diaspora who has spent many years living in the US and/or Canada. As a passionate advocate for education, as well as one of the directors of “BiH Futures Foundation”, Vildana spoke on the topic "Transforming Youth into Future Leaders through Education and Technology”.
The Bosnia & Herzegovina Futures Foundaton is kickstarting its fundraising campaign on Wednesday 18th October at the Saint Hotel in Melbourne, Australia.
Soon to be graduate student of Graphical Engineering at the Faculty of Technology in Banja Luka, Vildana Hrnjic is the recipient of a special six-month BH Futures Foundation Scholarship. Meet Vildana in this short interview about her academic achievements and successes to date.
Our Foundation was proud to support 30 students in attending PathoGen2017 school of pathology and molecural genetics.
As part of a series of lectures I have given in Bosnia and Herzegovina, I also visited International Business and Informational Academy", whose goal is to be the first choice for Bosnian-Herzegovinian students seeking tertiary education in the field of modern business, I.T and marketing communications in Tuzla, where I was welcomed into a very enthusiastic atmosphere.
Learn about our foundation by watching our chairman's presentation at the New South Wales Parliament House
"Bosnia & Herzegovina Futures Foundation believes that no student should miss out on a quality education due to disadvantaged circumstances. There are many students who need your support to access education and technology in Bosnia & Herzegovina." .
The Bosnia & Herzegovina Futures Foundation presents scholarships at major conferences and public events. Three scholarships will be presented at: TBA