MPhil in Technology Policy
Upon his return from Cambridge, Kosta started working as a Strategy Consultant in Serbia. Kosta is one of the board members for Youth and UNESCO associations in the Serbian National Commission for cooperation with UNESCO.
Before being selected as a PEXIM scholar, Kosta finished the School for Engineering Management with GPA 9.51. He finished two modules - Management in High Technologies and Management in Creative Industries. Kosta was a very active student in his extra curriculum activities. He was one of the founders and president of the University Club for UNESCO, the first Youth UNESCO Network organisation in South-Eastern Europe. Kosta was the leader of the educational project UNESCO Network School for Economic and Social Development, which was intended for students who are interested in complementing their knowledge by following the programme of lectures held by renowned lecturers from prestigious world universities (Harvard, Cambridge, Oxford, Sorbonne, etc). Additionally, in February this year this organisation organised the “Sustainable Development Forum”, the first conference in Europe relating to the New UN Agenda 2030 and1 SDGs. Kosta was the idea creator and the main organiser. The Conference was opened by Deputy Prime Minister and the UN Team Leader in Serbia. The Forum was attended by more than 100 participants from 4 continents. Afterwards, he participated in the Regional Conference for Sustainable Development in Hungary, Saint Andrea as a member of the Serbian Delegation and the youngest participant at the venue. In May, at the Third Forum for Creative Economy, Kosta participated in the opening panel.
LinkedIn address: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kosta-zivanovic-30125a65/