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It has 6 faculties, 15 branches, 14 departments and more than 140 professors.
It has been the major institution of higher education in the region, especially in the technical and scientific disciplines.
In 1992, the university received permission from the government to initiate the development of the Faculty of Economics, with responsibilities for emphasizing market economics, management, and business administration. Menduh Derguti, rector of the University of Shkodra in 1992, asked the University of Nebraska–Lincoln to help develop its curriculum in market economics and business management. Derguti attended training seminars provided by the UNL team in September 1992. As a result, the rector, Dr. Gjovalin Kolombi, established the Faculty of Economics.
In 2002, the university received permission from the government to initiate computer science courses. The courses are being helped by HAN University, Netherlands.
The university has the Luigj Gurakuqi University Library.
Tiranë • Cultural Studies • Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Forestry • Veterinary Sciences • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food
AUT was created in 1951. It was first called "High Institute of Agriculture" (Albanian: Instituti i Lartë Bujqësor). It received its current name in 1991.
Korçë • Business • Tourism, Catering, Hostelry, Restaurant Industry • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Nursing
The university was created as the Higher Institute of Agriculture of Korçë which had started in 1971. On January 7, 1992 two other schools were opened: the Teaching School and the Business School. In 1994 the university was given the name of the Albanian founder of the Albanian Orthodox Church and former Prime Minister of Albania, Fan S. Noli. That same year the Nursing School started. In 2009 the School of Tourism opened in Pogradec.
Tirana • Business
UET was licensed by the Albanian Ministry of Education on 20 September 2006 following the decision of the Council of Ministers Nr. 636/2006 and is fully accredited by the Albanian Agency for Accreditation of Higher Education.
Civil Engineering, Contruction • Business • Economics • International Relations • Political Science • Architecture
At the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities, EU holds the first place among universities in Albania.
The university identifies itself as secular; independent sources assert that it is part of the Gülen movement, which has been active in Albania since 1992 and owns/operates a number of schools (including Epoka) through the Turgut Özal Education Company.
At the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities, Beder University is ranked as the fifth university in Albania.
BU is a coed institution. It offers Bachelor, Master of Science and Professional Master degrees in English and Albanian. Two bachelor programs are 100% English. On June 3 of 2013 Beder signed a Memorandum of Understanding with University of Tirana. They have started the construction of their modern campus in Sauk.
The name of Bedër University derives from Badr meaning "full moon" (بدر ) in Arabic. The Albanian name is Universiteti Hëna e Plotë.
Vlorë • Law
The university was created in 2009 by decision No. 279 (dated 12-03-2009) of the Council of Ministers of Albania and acts according to the law No 9741 (date 21-5-2007 – and its later changes) given by the Ministry of Education and Science.
UNYT offers locally Bachelor’s degrees conferred by the State University of New York's Empire State College and study programs through the SUNY Learning Network.
Most UNYT faculty members are foreign-educated Albanians. UNYT offers Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral degrees.
Since September 2004, UNYT, in collaboration with Institut Universitaire Kurt Bösch in Sion, Switzerland and the University of Sunderland, offers a Master of Business Administration program. As of June 2004, UNYT has become an associate partner of the Cambridge University International Examinations.
According to the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities, UNYT is ranked as the seventh university in Albania.
The first rector was Prof. Dr. Gramoz Pashko (former Deputy Prime Minister and former Minister of Economy of the Republic of Albania), who died in a helicopter crash in July 2006.
There are 510 students enrolled in the academic programs.
Vlorë • Economics
Gjirokaster • Physics • Business • Cultural Studies
University level courses in Gjirokastra had already started in 1968 when a branch of the business school of the University of Tirana had started to operate. One year later, in 1969 started the Agronomy School as a branch of the Agricultural University of Tirana, which lasted 10 years. Also, in 1969 started the Pedagogical Institute and the branch of the Academy of Physical and Sports Education Vojo Kushi which operated for 5 years.
On the basis of this experience in 1971 started its operations the Higher Pedagogical Institute. In 1980 the Biology-Chemistry School, branch of the University of Tirana was opened. In 1986 started to operate the Albanian Language School of Higher Pedagogy.
Tiranë • Physics • Education, Educational Research
It opened first in 1859 in Shkoder, back then the center of Scutari Vilayet of Ottoman Empire. In 1870, the seminary brought to life its own printing press called "Press of the Immaculate Virgin" (Albanian: Shtypshkroja e Zojes s'Paperlyeme). The press printed in 1876 its own book, Christian Doctrine (Albanian: Dotrina e kerscten) of Engjell Radoja (1820-1880), which would be followed by many others.
With the rise of Communism in Albania, the Jesuits would be targets of persecution. The college's rector Father Daniel Dajani would be arrested together with Father Gjon Fausti (vice-provincial of the Jesuits) on December 31, 1945. They were executed on 4 March 1946. In April 1946, the authorities closed down all Jesuit institutions and the Jesuit Order was outlawed.
With the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between Albania and the Holy See in 1991, the college reopened in October of the same year.
Shkodër • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Literature
Elbasan • Economics • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Nursing
Its campus is in Tirana National Park and has facilities such as a sports yard and cafeteria which provide for the student's social lives.
The university offers majors and minors in fields such as information technologies, business law, marketing, international business, international relations, management, public administration, English, and social psychology. It provides library and computing and networking resources, and major campus buildings are wired to the university network.
As part of the Dudaj Group, MBU offers students the opportunity to practice their knowledge through internships or summer jobs at business activities of the group. MBU provides financial aid schemes to admitted students which can be merit based scholarships, employment schemes and awards.
Tiranë • Architecture
Tiranë • Urban Studies • Architecture