Member

Filip Brković

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Personal information


Name

 Filip Brkovic

E-mail

 filipbrkovic@cantab.net and fbrkovic@galenika.rs

Nationality

 Serbian

Date of birth

 December 17, 1986

Languages

Mother

Serbian

Other languages

English: C2

 


French: B2

 

Formal education


Universities

European Commission’s Joint Doctorate in International Political Economy - Globalization, EU and Multilateralism

PhD Studies

October 2011 – October 2014 (expected) – Joint doctorate programme (180 ECTS points) at three universities with full European Commission Scholarship:

University of Warwick, United Kingdom – 2011 – 2012;

Université de Genève, Switzerland – 2012 – 2013;

Fudan University, China – 2013 – 2014.

 

University

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

MPhil Studies

October 2009 – July 2010 – Master of Philosophy (90 ECTS points) in Development Studies, with High Pass at the Hughes Hall college with full Cambridge Overseas Trust – OSI/FCO Chevening Scholarship.

University

 

University of Belgrade - Faculty of Political Sciences, Serbia

MA Studies

November 2008 – June 2009 - Master of Arts (60 ECTS points) in Political Analytics and Management with average grade 10.00/10.00 (Distinction).

BA Studies

            October 2005 – October 2008 – BA University Degree (240 ECTS points) in International Studies with average grade 9.60/10.00 (Distinction) with full State Scholarship - Special advance-fast program                 



Membership and work experience

University of Warwick, United Kingdom – teaching assistant – from October 2011;

 

NGO Balkan Centre for Development Studies – one of the founders and the first president – from March 2011;

 

Pharmaceutical Company Galenika – General Manager’s Office – Head CSR Consultant – from October 2010;

 

University of Cambridge – International Symposium on Economic Crime – representative for the Balkans – from September 2010;

 

University of Cambridge – International Symposium on Economic Crime – member of the Secretariat – March - September 2010;

 

University of Cambridge – Hughes Hall Boat Club – member of the rowing team – November 2009 – July 2010;

 

Municipality of Savski venac – trainer, March – April 2009;

 

Initiative of Youth Coalition of Serbia, Youth Branches of Political Parties, Youth NGOs and Youth Media of Serbia – coordinator, November 2007 – April 2008;

 

NGO Youth Coalition of Serbia – coordinator, November 2007 – April 2008;

 

Faculty of Political Sciences - one of the founders and the first president of the Student’s parliament, 2007;

 

Faculty of Political Sciences - junior assistant on the subject History of political theories, 2006 - 2008;

 

Faculty of Political Sciences - member of the Council of Faculty of Political Sciences, 2006 –2007;

 

Faculty of Political Sciences - member of the Student’s Coordination, March 2006 - March 2007;

 

Faculty of Political Sciences - TIMformator students’ newsletter - one of the founders and columnist, 2006 - 2008;

 

NGO Youth Team Initiatives – one of the founders and the first president, February 2006 – March 2008;

 

NGO Young SIETAR – member, October 2005 – October 2006;

 

FiRe Group – co-founder and co-president, since August 2005;

 

NGO Union of High School Students of Serbia – one of the founders,

December 2003, the leader of the teams for student’s councils, exchanges and projects, 2004 – 2005 and a member of the General board, 2004-2005;

 

3rd Belgrade High School – Nesto trece pupils’ newsletter – one of the founders and columnist 2004 – 2005;

 

3rd Belgrade High School – one of the founders and the first president of the Student’s council, 2003 – 2005;

European Youth Parliament of Serbia - member, 2001 - 2006.



Awards and scholarships

European Commission – EMJD – GEM Scholarship – 2011 – 2014;

Cambridge Overseas Trust – OSI/FCO Chevening Scholarship – 2009 - 2010;

Forty Future Leaders of Serbia Award - People’s Office of the President of Serbia - 2009;

Award of the Ministry of Youth and Sport of Republic of Serbia - Best Graduate Students in 2009 – as the youngest Master of Arts;

Award of the Ministry of Youth and Sport of Republic of Serbia - 1000 Best Students in 2008;

Scholarship of the Municipality of Savski venac - 2009 and 2010.


Publications

Author :

Brkovic, F., November 2010. Education for 21st Century – Cambridge Experience [online]. Vreme Weekly, 1036 (2), 42-43. Available from: http://www.vreme.com/cms/view.php?id=960539 [Accessed 15 May 2011];

Brkovic, F., 2008. Analysis of Consultative Process of Creation of Youth Umbrella Organization of Serbia Conference Paper. At: Initial Conference of Process of Creation of Youth Umbrella Organization of Serbia. Serbia: Youth Coalition of Serbia.

Co-author:

Brkovic, F. and Radovanovic B., May 2011. Corporate Social Responsibility – EU and Serbian Perspective. Profit Monthly. Belgrade: Profit;

Brkovic, F. and Bozovic, М., 2011. Challenges of Starting NGOs in the Region Conference Paper. At: Regional OSF Alumni Conference. Budva, Montenegro: Open Society Foundation.

Radovanovic, B., Brkovic, F. and Lalovic, A., 2011. Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility in Management of Human Resources. In: Institute of Economic Sciences Review. Belgrade, Serbia: Institute of Economic Sciences;

Radovanovic, B., Brkovic, F. and Stevanovic, S., 2010. Corporate Social Responsibility as a Tool for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth. In: Serbia and the European Union: Economic Lessons from the New Member States. Portugal: University of Coimbra. ISBN: 978-972-9344-03-9;

Youth Coalition of Serbia, 2008. Youth Manifest. In National Youth Strategy of Republic of Serbia. Belgrade: Serbian Government.

 

Columnist:

Galenika – company’s newsletter (2010 – 2011);

TIMformator - students’ newsletter (2006 – 2008);

Nesto trece - pupils’ newsletter (2004 - 2005).