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• YES Winner/Sponsor: 2006 (NOKIA)
• Name/First Name: DZAJIC Milos
• Age: 27
• Country of Origin: Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Country of Study: Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Present Country: Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Highest degree obtained: Bachelor in Electrical Engineering, Faculty of
Electrical Engineering, Department of Electronics & Communications, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovina

I had been a member of the ITU - Young Leaders in ICTs Network, so I received an email about YES Scholarship. Then I visited the ITU Development web page where I got all the necessary information.

Postgraduate studies have provided me with an opportunity to develop my knowledge in telecommunication technology and have been held by a number of different professors, from different countries, which have given a great opportunity for me to exchange my ideas and knowledge with professionals around Europe.

Upon finishing my postgraduate studies, I would be able to do a PhD, through my work and published scientific papers, and become a University Professor.

Currently, I am senior engineer for international roaming and signalization with m:tel company ( which is an international telecom operator present in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as in Serbia and Montenegro.

I am in a process of defining my final MSc thesis in telecommunications. I am planning to obtain the MSc diploma at the end of this year from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Communications Department, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

I am planning to obtain the MSc diploma at the end of this year. PhD studies will be organized by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Banja Luka starting form October 2009, therefore I am planning to start with my PhD studies this year.



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