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MY DREAM SCHOOL
Firstly, our dream school will be build in a natural place, near the sea.
The school will contain three big floors.
• There will be elevators, so students and
teachers don’t have to use the stairs.
• The first floor will be called:’’The Sport Floor’’.
On the first floor there will be a big gym, a big pool, a laboratory and a big canteen
where students will have lunch. In the corridor also there will be 2 automat machines,one
for drinks like coffee,tea,coca cola etc. and one for snacks like chocolates,chips etc.
• The second will be called :’’ The foreign language floor’’.
On the second floor there will be English classes, French classes, Italian classes , and Albanian classes .
Every class will contain boards and desks , and on teacher’s desk there will be a computer and a big TV. Also
every class will contain some computers so every student can use them to find information .
• And the third floor will be called :’’ The scientific subjects’’.
On the third floor there will be also Maths classes, Biology classes, History classes, chemistry classes etc.
• In general , the school will contain 30 classes
with all the needed accessories , like-
computers ,TV , Internet etc. Also e very lesson
will take 35 minutes and breaks will be 10
minutes.
Subjects
• Maths
• History
• Geography
• Science
• Foreign languages :French , Italian , Albania and German
• Art
• Music
• Chemistry
• Biology
• Our teachers will be:
• Friendly
• Competent
• Well-trained teachers.
• Our teachers
No bullying
• There will be no bullying.
• No violence
• There will be cameras in every corner of the
school , so we make sure that there is no
violence at school.
This is our ideal school . It’s white with blue windows . It’s a very big school
with a lot of trees and flowers around it.
• There will be a big yellow school bus which
will be free for all students.
• Also the school cinema will be free for all
students.
• The school will contain also different kind of fields , such as football field ,
tennis field , basketball , volleyball etc.
Extracurricular activities
• Opposite the school there is a zoo . In this zoo there are a lot of
animals , like-lions, bears, horses, monkeys etc.
• Excursions
• Every month there will be 2 excursions in
places where the students will decide.
• Every student will have his own comfortable
sofa and not the typical wooden chair.
• Our school will be a modern school , so every
wall of the school will be filled with graffiti
from children's art.
• School will contain a rich library and 2 big
computer centers.
Our concert hall
• In front of the school there will be a park with
fountain and a big coffee shop.
• Our ideal school will be bigger and nicer. It should have young and well-
trained teachers. It should have a lot of holidays also . We don’t have to
learn very much. In school there will be a big pool. In the corridor there will
be tables with TVs and armchairs . Every class will have 30 computers , so
every student will have his own one. In this school there will be 30 classes .
The school will contain 12 different subjects Geography, Music, Biology etc.
In front of the school will be a park with fountain and a big coffee shop. This
is our ideal school.
Education in England is overseen by the Department for Education and the
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Local authorities (LAs) take
responsibility for implementing policy for public education and state schools at a local
level.
The education system is divided into early years (ages 3–4), primary education (ages 4–
11), secondary education (ages 11–18) and tertiary education (ages 18+).
Full-time education is compulsory for all children aged between 5 and 17 (from 2013,
and up to 18 from 2015), either at school or otherwise, with a child beginning primary
education during the school year he or she turns 5.[8] Students may then continue their
secondary studies for a further two years (sixth form), leading most typically to A-level
qualifications, although other qualifications and courses exist, including Business and
Technology Education Council (BTEC) qualifications, the International Baccalaureate
(IB) and the Cambridge Pre-U. The leaving age for compulsory education was raised to
18 by the Education and Skills Act 2008. The change takes effect in 2013 for 16-year-
olds and 2015 for 17-year-olds.[9] State-provided schooling and sixth form education is
paid for by taxes. England also has a tradition of independent schooling, but parents
may choose to educate their children by any suitable means.
Higher education often begins with a three-year bachelor's degree. Postgraduate
degrees include master's degrees, either taught or by research, and the doctorate, a
research degree that usually takes at least three years. Universities require a Royal
Charter in order to issue degrees, and all but one are financed by the state via tuition
fees, which cost up to £9,000 per academic year for English, Welsh and EU students.
∗PRIMARY EDUCATION
∗SECONDARY EDUCATION
∗FURTHER EDUCATION
∗What are the age groups associated to
these stages of education?
What are the major stages of education in
Britain?
The major stages of education in UK
∗WHAT IS A STATE SCHOOL?
∗ A non-fee-paying school run by the state.
∗WHAT IS A PUBLIC SCHOOL?
∗A long-established, with long traditions, fee-
paying school.
∗WHAT IS A PRIVATE/ INDEPENDENT
SCHOOL?
∗A fee-paying school, sometimes connected
with one religion
∗ WHAT IS A COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL?
∗ A state school where students of all abilities are
taught together
∗ WHAT IS A BOARDING SCHOOL?
∗ A school where the students live.
∗ WHAT IS A GRAMMAR SCHOOL?
∗ A school for children of high academic abilities
who have to pass an 11+ exam.
∗ WHAT IS A SINGLE-SEX SCHOOL?
∗ A school which is either for all boys or all girls.
∗ Mostly single sex, a large number of girls’ public schools nowadays
∗ Some public schools admit both boys and girls
∗ Day pupils in addition to boarders
∗ Some are day-schools only
∗ Prefects no longer have power, no fagging
∗ Less emphasis on team sport
∗ More emphasis on academic achievement
∗ The most famous schools: ETON, HARROW, RUGBY and
WINCHESTER
What are public schools like today?
King Henry VIII School, Coventry
∗A five-day week
∗Schools are closed on Saturdays and
Sundays
∗The day lasts from 9 a.m.- 3-5 p.m.
∗Lunch break lasts about an hour-and-a-
quarter
The organisation of a school day
∗ The independence of Britain’s educational institutions is
most noticeable in universities.
∗ They make their own choices of who to accept on their
courses.
∗ Universities normally select students on the basis of A-
level results and interview.
∗ However, there is nothing to stop a university accepting a
student who has no A-levels and conversely, a student
with top grades in several A-levels is not guaranteed a
place.
Universities in Britain
∗The availability of higher education has
increased
∗Finding a university is not easy because
universities accept better students.
∗Nearly all university students complete their
studies and in a very short time too, due to
the relatively high degree of personal
supervision of students (which the low ratio
of students to staff allows).
∗The studies vary from 3 to 4 years (modern
languages and certain vocational training)
∗Most people have to pay fees as well.
∗As a result many students cannot afford to live
away from home.
∗In addition more than a third of students now
have part-time jobs, which means less time for
their studies.
∗The increase in the number of students without
increase in budget has resulted in the
student/staff ratio getting higher.
∗All of that threatens to reduce the traditionally
high quality of British university education.
∗There is no important official
or legal distinction between
various types of university in
the country. But it is possible
to discern a few broad
categories.
Types of universities
38
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY
OXFORD UNIVERSITY
GLASGOW UNIVERSITY
MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY
WARWICK UNIVERSITY, a campus university
The literacy rate in Albania for the total population, age 9 or older, is about 99%. 
Elementary education is compulsory (grades 1-9), but most students continue at least until a 
secondary education. Students must pass graduation exams at the end of the 9th grade 
and at the end of the 12th grade in order to continue their education.
Most schools are public and financed through the government, but recently several private 
schools of various levels have been opened. There are about 5000 schools throughout the 
country. The academic year is divided into two semesters. The school week begins on 
Monday and ends on Friday. Depending on the academic level, the school year usually 
begins in mid-September or October and finishes in early June or July. 
Education of Albania
The Albanian literacy rate
hovers at around 99% and
efforts are ongoing to
maintain this. Although
education is only compulsory
for the first 9 grades, most
young people stay on through
to grade 12. The academic
year, divided into two
semesters begins in
september / october and ends
in june / july. Primary
education lasts for 9 years
following a non-mandatory
period spent at preschool.
Primary Education
Secondary education known
as regular takes a further three years to
complete. The focus is on academic
teaching and preparation for university.
Many schools have recently been rebuilt
and are being equipped with modern
technologies. Secondary school teachers
are trained in an academic subject with
education courses and practice teaching in
four-year (eight semesters) higher
education programs.
Certification of higher education instructors
depends on their first and second degrees,
post-university studies and the defence of a
dissertation. The rank of professor requires
the degree of Doctor of Sciences and a
background of extensive research, teaching
and publishing.
Secondary Education
Vocational education, which is an alternative to regular school
takes between 2 to 5 years depending on whether a simple
diploma or a full trade qualification is desired. Considerable
effort by the state in this direction is adding muscle to a
growing economy. lbania has put reforming of vocational
education and training (VET) as a priority of its strategies for
socio-economic development, as reflected in the National
Strategy for Development and Integration (NSDI), contributing
to increased employability of youth and towards a competitive
economy.
At present the Albanian VET system is undergoing an
important reform aiming at the improvement of quality and
labour market relevance of existing courses with flexibilisation
and diversification of the overall course portfolio. Cooperation
with the private sector is exploring new paths. Stakeholders
cooperation at all levels, from policy formulation, steering to
training delivery remains a key to respond to the challenges of
making VET system of quality and adaptable to EU standards.
Vocational Education
Tertiary Education
There are a significant number or universities in Albania both public and private, and these are well
dispersed in the major cities. The University of Tirana was the first when founded in 1957, and today has a
student population approaching 15,000 and a teaching staff of nearly 900.
Its faculties include economic sciences, foreign languages, history & philology, medicine, natural sciences,
law, social sciences, and physical education, and its international reputation is growing.
List of schools in Albania
 28 Nëntori High School
 Acroceraunian School
 Albanian International School
 Arben Broci High School
 Andon Zako Cajupi
 Gjirokastër Gymnasium
 International Montessori School of Albania
 Jordan Misja High School
 Pjeter Meshkalla High School
 Qemal Stafa High School
 Sami Frashëri High School
 Scutari High School
 Sports mastery school Loro Boriçi
 Tirana International School
 Vëllezërit Kajtazi Educational Institute
LIST OF SCHOOLS IN ALBANIA
 Universities in Tirana (in
alphabetical order)
 Agricultural University of Tirana
 Beder University
 Epoka University
 Polytechnic University of Tirana
 Skanderbeg Military University
 Sports University of Tirana
 University of Arts – former Academy of 
Arts 
 University of Medicine, Tirana 
 Fan Noli University
 Luigj Gurakuqi University of Shkodër
List of universities in Albania
 Canadian Institute of Technology 
 Beder University[1]
 American University of Tirana[2]
 Metropolitan University of Tirana
 Marin Barleti University, Tirana
 University of New York Tirana
 European University of Tirana
 Luarasi University, Tirana
 Kristal University, Tirana
 Polis University[4]
 Albanian University,[5] Tirana
 Marubi film school, Tirana
 Justiniani I
Private Universities
 University of Tirana (UT)) is a public university located in Tirana, 
Albania.
 UT was founded in 1957 as the State University of Tirana  through the 
merging of five existing institutes of higher education, the most important 
of which was the Institute of Sciences, founded in 1947. Between April 
13, 1985 and 1992 (during the communist regime), UT was called 
the Enver Hoxha University of Tirana after the Albanian dictator Enver 
Hoxha, who died on April 11, 1985.
Academics and
UT is the largest and highest ranking university in Albania.[3] It includes 
eight colleges, 50 academic departments, and 41 study programs or 
majors. Most programs are offered inTirana; a few smaller 
affiliated campuses are located in other Albanian cities, including 
Saranda in the South and Kukës in the North.
UT offers three-year Bachelor, one or two year Master, and three to five 
year Doctorate degree programs, in accordance with the Bologna system.
More than 14,000 students attend UT. UT employs more that 600 faculty
 members.
The current campus is urban and decentralized. A new large and 
centralized campus has been planned in the southeast periphery of 
Tirana.[4] Students dorms are grouped in a separate location called 
Student City (Qyteti Studenti) in southeast Tirana.[5]
University of Tirana
Fan Noli University
University Fan NoliUniversiteti i KorçësEstablished1971
RectorGjergji MeroAdmin. staff94 full time and 115
adjunctStudents4,000.LocationKorçë, Albania. It is
composed of the following schools:
Agricultural school (started in 1971)
Teaching school (1992)
Business school (1992)
Nursing school (1994)
Tourism school (based in Pogradec and started in 2009)
The Fan Noli University has approximately 4,000 students
and 94 full-time professors (out of whom over 60% have
PhD degrees), and 115 instructors.
The studies of the university are organized full-time and
part-time and have two cycles as per the Bologna
Declaration. In the academic year 2009–2010 there are 18
curricula followed.[1]
Fan Noli University
The University "Luigj Gurakuqi" of Shkodër in
Albania was established in 1957.
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.
University Luigj Gurakuqi
THE END
BY : MIRSAD SHABANI
AGLI MEMA
SHkELzEN CELAj
RIGERS LokA
LEoNARDo TARE
XI-8

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My Dream School Stages

  • 2. Firstly, our dream school will be build in a natural place, near the sea. The school will contain three big floors.
  • 3. • There will be elevators, so students and teachers don’t have to use the stairs.
  • 4. • The first floor will be called:’’The Sport Floor’’. On the first floor there will be a big gym, a big pool, a laboratory and a big canteen where students will have lunch. In the corridor also there will be 2 automat machines,one for drinks like coffee,tea,coca cola etc. and one for snacks like chocolates,chips etc.
  • 5. • The second will be called :’’ The foreign language floor’’. On the second floor there will be English classes, French classes, Italian classes , and Albanian classes . Every class will contain boards and desks , and on teacher’s desk there will be a computer and a big TV. Also every class will contain some computers so every student can use them to find information .
  • 6. • And the third floor will be called :’’ The scientific subjects’’. On the third floor there will be also Maths classes, Biology classes, History classes, chemistry classes etc.
  • 7. • In general , the school will contain 30 classes with all the needed accessories , like- computers ,TV , Internet etc. Also e very lesson will take 35 minutes and breaks will be 10 minutes.
  • 8. Subjects • Maths • History • Geography • Science • Foreign languages :French , Italian , Albania and German • Art • Music • Chemistry • Biology
  • 9. • Our teachers will be: • Friendly • Competent • Well-trained teachers. • Our teachers
  • 10. No bullying • There will be no bullying.
  • 11. • No violence • There will be cameras in every corner of the school , so we make sure that there is no violence at school.
  • 12. This is our ideal school . It’s white with blue windows . It’s a very big school with a lot of trees and flowers around it.
  • 13. • There will be a big yellow school bus which will be free for all students.
  • 14. • Also the school cinema will be free for all students.
  • 15. • The school will contain also different kind of fields , such as football field , tennis field , basketball , volleyball etc.
  • 17. • Opposite the school there is a zoo . In this zoo there are a lot of animals , like-lions, bears, horses, monkeys etc.
  • 18. • Excursions • Every month there will be 2 excursions in places where the students will decide.
  • 19. • Every student will have his own comfortable sofa and not the typical wooden chair.
  • 20. • Our school will be a modern school , so every wall of the school will be filled with graffiti from children's art.
  • 21. • School will contain a rich library and 2 big computer centers.
  • 23. • In front of the school there will be a park with fountain and a big coffee shop.
  • 24. • Our ideal school will be bigger and nicer. It should have young and well- trained teachers. It should have a lot of holidays also . We don’t have to learn very much. In school there will be a big pool. In the corridor there will be tables with TVs and armchairs . Every class will have 30 computers , so every student will have his own one. In this school there will be 30 classes . The school will contain 12 different subjects Geography, Music, Biology etc. In front of the school will be a park with fountain and a big coffee shop. This is our ideal school.
  • 25.
  • 26. Education in England is overseen by the Department for Education and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Local authorities (LAs) take responsibility for implementing policy for public education and state schools at a local level. The education system is divided into early years (ages 3–4), primary education (ages 4– 11), secondary education (ages 11–18) and tertiary education (ages 18+). Full-time education is compulsory for all children aged between 5 and 17 (from 2013, and up to 18 from 2015), either at school or otherwise, with a child beginning primary education during the school year he or she turns 5.[8] Students may then continue their secondary studies for a further two years (sixth form), leading most typically to A-level qualifications, although other qualifications and courses exist, including Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC) qualifications, the International Baccalaureate (IB) and the Cambridge Pre-U. The leaving age for compulsory education was raised to 18 by the Education and Skills Act 2008. The change takes effect in 2013 for 16-year- olds and 2015 for 17-year-olds.[9] State-provided schooling and sixth form education is paid for by taxes. England also has a tradition of independent schooling, but parents may choose to educate their children by any suitable means. Higher education often begins with a three-year bachelor's degree. Postgraduate degrees include master's degrees, either taught or by research, and the doctorate, a research degree that usually takes at least three years. Universities require a Royal Charter in order to issue degrees, and all but one are financed by the state via tuition fees, which cost up to £9,000 per academic year for English, Welsh and EU students.
  • 27. ∗PRIMARY EDUCATION ∗SECONDARY EDUCATION ∗FURTHER EDUCATION ∗What are the age groups associated to these stages of education? What are the major stages of education in Britain?
  • 28. The major stages of education in UK
  • 29. ∗WHAT IS A STATE SCHOOL? ∗ A non-fee-paying school run by the state. ∗WHAT IS A PUBLIC SCHOOL? ∗A long-established, with long traditions, fee- paying school. ∗WHAT IS A PRIVATE/ INDEPENDENT SCHOOL? ∗A fee-paying school, sometimes connected with one religion
  • 30. ∗ WHAT IS A COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL? ∗ A state school where students of all abilities are taught together ∗ WHAT IS A BOARDING SCHOOL? ∗ A school where the students live. ∗ WHAT IS A GRAMMAR SCHOOL? ∗ A school for children of high academic abilities who have to pass an 11+ exam. ∗ WHAT IS A SINGLE-SEX SCHOOL? ∗ A school which is either for all boys or all girls.
  • 31. ∗ Mostly single sex, a large number of girls’ public schools nowadays ∗ Some public schools admit both boys and girls ∗ Day pupils in addition to boarders ∗ Some are day-schools only ∗ Prefects no longer have power, no fagging ∗ Less emphasis on team sport ∗ More emphasis on academic achievement ∗ The most famous schools: ETON, HARROW, RUGBY and WINCHESTER What are public schools like today?
  • 32. King Henry VIII School, Coventry
  • 33. ∗A five-day week ∗Schools are closed on Saturdays and Sundays ∗The day lasts from 9 a.m.- 3-5 p.m. ∗Lunch break lasts about an hour-and-a- quarter The organisation of a school day
  • 34. ∗ The independence of Britain’s educational institutions is most noticeable in universities. ∗ They make their own choices of who to accept on their courses. ∗ Universities normally select students on the basis of A- level results and interview. ∗ However, there is nothing to stop a university accepting a student who has no A-levels and conversely, a student with top grades in several A-levels is not guaranteed a place. Universities in Britain
  • 35. ∗The availability of higher education has increased ∗Finding a university is not easy because universities accept better students. ∗Nearly all university students complete their studies and in a very short time too, due to the relatively high degree of personal supervision of students (which the low ratio of students to staff allows). ∗The studies vary from 3 to 4 years (modern languages and certain vocational training)
  • 36. ∗Most people have to pay fees as well. ∗As a result many students cannot afford to live away from home. ∗In addition more than a third of students now have part-time jobs, which means less time for their studies. ∗The increase in the number of students without increase in budget has resulted in the student/staff ratio getting higher. ∗All of that threatens to reduce the traditionally high quality of British university education.
  • 37. ∗There is no important official or legal distinction between various types of university in the country. But it is possible to discern a few broad categories. Types of universities
  • 39.
  • 41.
  • 44. WARWICK UNIVERSITY, a campus university
  • 45. The literacy rate in Albania for the total population, age 9 or older, is about 99%.  Elementary education is compulsory (grades 1-9), but most students continue at least until a  secondary education. Students must pass graduation exams at the end of the 9th grade  and at the end of the 12th grade in order to continue their education. Most schools are public and financed through the government, but recently several private  schools of various levels have been opened. There are about 5000 schools throughout the  country. The academic year is divided into two semesters. The school week begins on  Monday and ends on Friday. Depending on the academic level, the school year usually  begins in mid-September or October and finishes in early June or July.  Education of Albania
  • 46. The Albanian literacy rate hovers at around 99% and efforts are ongoing to maintain this. Although education is only compulsory for the first 9 grades, most young people stay on through to grade 12. The academic year, divided into two semesters begins in september / october and ends in june / july. Primary education lasts for 9 years following a non-mandatory period spent at preschool. Primary Education
  • 47. Secondary education known as regular takes a further three years to complete. The focus is on academic teaching and preparation for university. Many schools have recently been rebuilt and are being equipped with modern technologies. Secondary school teachers are trained in an academic subject with education courses and practice teaching in four-year (eight semesters) higher education programs. Certification of higher education instructors depends on their first and second degrees, post-university studies and the defence of a dissertation. The rank of professor requires the degree of Doctor of Sciences and a background of extensive research, teaching and publishing. Secondary Education
  • 48. Vocational education, which is an alternative to regular school takes between 2 to 5 years depending on whether a simple diploma or a full trade qualification is desired. Considerable effort by the state in this direction is adding muscle to a growing economy. lbania has put reforming of vocational education and training (VET) as a priority of its strategies for socio-economic development, as reflected in the National Strategy for Development and Integration (NSDI), contributing to increased employability of youth and towards a competitive economy. At present the Albanian VET system is undergoing an important reform aiming at the improvement of quality and labour market relevance of existing courses with flexibilisation and diversification of the overall course portfolio. Cooperation with the private sector is exploring new paths. Stakeholders cooperation at all levels, from policy formulation, steering to training delivery remains a key to respond to the challenges of making VET system of quality and adaptable to EU standards. Vocational Education
  • 49. Tertiary Education There are a significant number or universities in Albania both public and private, and these are well dispersed in the major cities. The University of Tirana was the first when founded in 1957, and today has a student population approaching 15,000 and a teaching staff of nearly 900. Its faculties include economic sciences, foreign languages, history & philology, medicine, natural sciences, law, social sciences, and physical education, and its international reputation is growing.
  • 50. List of schools in Albania  28 Nëntori High School  Acroceraunian School  Albanian International School  Arben Broci High School  Andon Zako Cajupi  Gjirokastër Gymnasium  International Montessori School of Albania  Jordan Misja High School  Pjeter Meshkalla High School  Qemal Stafa High School  Sami Frashëri High School  Scutari High School  Sports mastery school Loro Boriçi  Tirana International School  Vëllezërit Kajtazi Educational Institute LIST OF SCHOOLS IN ALBANIA
  • 51.  Universities in Tirana (in alphabetical order)  Agricultural University of Tirana  Beder University  Epoka University  Polytechnic University of Tirana  Skanderbeg Military University  Sports University of Tirana  University of Arts – former Academy of  Arts   University of Medicine, Tirana   Fan Noli University  Luigj Gurakuqi University of Shkodër List of universities in Albania
  • 52.  Canadian Institute of Technology   Beder University[1]  American University of Tirana[2]  Metropolitan University of Tirana  Marin Barleti University, Tirana  University of New York Tirana  European University of Tirana  Luarasi University, Tirana  Kristal University, Tirana  Polis University[4]  Albanian University,[5] Tirana  Marubi film school, Tirana  Justiniani I Private Universities
  • 53.  University of Tirana (UT)) is a public university located in Tirana,  Albania.  UT was founded in 1957 as the State University of Tirana  through the  merging of five existing institutes of higher education, the most important  of which was the Institute of Sciences, founded in 1947. Between April  13, 1985 and 1992 (during the communist regime), UT was called  the Enver Hoxha University of Tirana after the Albanian dictator Enver  Hoxha, who died on April 11, 1985. Academics and UT is the largest and highest ranking university in Albania.[3] It includes  eight colleges, 50 academic departments, and 41 study programs or  majors. Most programs are offered inTirana; a few smaller  affiliated campuses are located in other Albanian cities, including  Saranda in the South and Kukës in the North. UT offers three-year Bachelor, one or two year Master, and three to five  year Doctorate degree programs, in accordance with the Bologna system. More than 14,000 students attend UT. UT employs more that 600 faculty  members. The current campus is urban and decentralized. A new large and  centralized campus has been planned in the southeast periphery of  Tirana.[4] Students dorms are grouped in a separate location called  Student City (Qyteti Studenti) in southeast Tirana.[5] University of Tirana
  • 54. Fan Noli University University Fan NoliUniversiteti i KorçësEstablished1971 RectorGjergji MeroAdmin. staff94 full time and 115 adjunctStudents4,000.LocationKorçë, Albania. It is composed of the following schools: Agricultural school (started in 1971) Teaching school (1992) Business school (1992) Nursing school (1994) Tourism school (based in Pogradec and started in 2009) The Fan Noli University has approximately 4,000 students and 94 full-time professors (out of whom over 60% have PhD degrees), and 115 instructors. The studies of the university are organized full-time and part-time and have two cycles as per the Bologna Declaration. In the academic year 2009–2010 there are 18 curricula followed.[1] Fan Noli University
  • 55. The University "Luigj Gurakuqi" of Shkodër in Albania was established in 1957. 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. University Luigj Gurakuqi
  • 56. THE END BY : MIRSAD SHABANI AGLI MEMA SHkELzEN CELAj RIGERS LokA LEoNARDo TARE XI-8

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