11th - 20th of July

Belgrade, Serbia



We’ve all heard so many times that “we are what we eat”. So have you ever really asked yourself, what are you then? Are you hungry for food? Or even better, hungry for science? Doesn't it sound amazing to travel, meet young people from all around Europe, who are gastronomy lovers just like you, try amazing Serbian food that will (we promise) steal your heart and, at the same time, make one of the best memories of your life? We believe that at least one of your answers is yes! Well, you're on the right track! We give you the chance to start this amazing journey and make your 2019 summer unforgettable! You'll learn everything about food processing, fermentation, toxicology and quality! You are going to find out things you have never thought of before, and you will definitely think twice whenever you sit in front of your meal!

One of the main things that Serbia is known for, and the reason that people are coming back, is our tasty traditional cuisine, awesome nightlife and cheerful people. But don’t just listen to us, come and see for yourself!

Content and topics

This course will cover topics related to food industry and technology. Participants will get basic knowledge about food production, science that stands behind it, and production management.

Learning goals and objectives

The participants are supposed to get insight into current, as well as traditional topics of food engineering, as well as food production.



One of the oldest cities in Europe and the only one built on the confluence of two rivers, Belgrade is the city that never sleeps and the symbol of great nightlife. The capital of Serbia, Belgrade, is known as “the city that never sleeps”. Floating clubs on its rivers have become synonyms for great parties and neverending fun, and Skadarlija, the bohemian street, for a place where music and singing can be heard until dawn.

All the people that have lived here and the armies that passed through Belgrade have left their marks on the city, and the magnificent Victor monument, the remains of the Belgrade fortress, the Stambol gate, the Old Palace and many other sites of Belgrade are inviting you to discover them. The city never stops growing, and when it has crossed the river Sava, it became “new”. New Belgrade (Novi Beograd) is the center of Serbia’s business.


Main organizer

Sofija Milošević

+381 69 1166 026

Academic Responsible

Nikola Knežević

+381 69 699 923

PR Coordinator

Dunja Olbina

+381 64 4976 001

Participant Responsible

Filip Markovski

+381 63 479 562

Social Responsible

Maja Mandić

+381 62 8588 268

CR Coordinator

Ognjen Trtica

+381 64 4907 567

Logistics Coordinator

Anja Knežević

+381 65 8260 598


BEST - Board of European Students of Technology is a constantly growing non-profit and non-political organization. Since 1989 we provide communication, co-operation and exchange possibilities for students all over Europe. 97 Local BEST Groups (LBGs) in 34 countries are creating a growing, well organized, powerful, young and innovative student network. BEST strives to help European students of technology to become more internationally minded, by reaching a better understanding of European cultures and developing capacities to work on an international basis.Therefore we create opportunities for the students to meet and learn from one another through our academic and non-academic events and educational symposia. “Learning makes the master”, but the final goal is a good working place, therefore we offer services like an international career centre to broaden the horizons for the choice on the job market. Our priority is to offer high quality services for students all over Europe. Thus, we manage to bring all the partners in the “student – company – university” triangle closer.