Enrolment in EGPR elective course is now open

Published on: 01-10-2020, Author: admin

Students interested in studying in an international environment and developing new products are invited to apply for the EGPR course enrollment. EGPR is an international course in English. It is carried out in cooperation with the universities in Ljubljana, Vienna and Milan, with simultaneous video conferencing classes in collaboration with an industrial partner. During the course, students work in teams and participate in developing the concept and designing a global product for an industrial partner. This year's industrial partner is the Electrolux development center located in Italy.
During the course, from mid-February to June 2020, an international, multidisciplinary team of students will conceptualize, design and detail the technical solution for the assignment.

Initially, students will participate in a four-day introductory workshop (February 17 - February 21, 2020) organized at the Politecnico di Milano campus in Lecco (Italy) and then work in a virtual environment with students from the other three reputable universities for the rest of the semester. During the final workshop, students will present the concepts and elaborate the concept development process. The workshop will be held at the Electrolux Innovation Center in the second week of June 2020.
Enrolment in EGPR course counts as two elective technical courses (EGPR I and EGPR II) each with 4 ECTS credits. Regardless of which semester you formally enroll in the elective technical course, it will be taught and performed only in the summer semester as one unit.

Students which are motivated to work in an international environment and develop new products can apply by sending an e-mail to with the following information:
Name, filed of study, year of study, grade point average, ECTS credits earned, e-mail address. The subject of the message should be marked "EGPR - application".
Applications will be received until January 24, 2020. The number of students in the course is limited and a maximum of 10 students will be admitted. All enrolled students will be invited to a meeting in the last week of January.

For further detailed information you can contact prof. Neven Pavković, PhD (room 303, 3rd floor of the south building, or doc. Stanko Škec, PhD (room 309, 3rd floor of south building,

More information about the EGPR course and ERASMUS + NARIP and ELPID projects can be found on the following pages: