The International Business College Mitrovica will close in July, forcing 174 students out of their studies, if the Kosovo Government does not deliver on its pledge to take over operational costs.
This election is not about “bullshit”; it is about fighting through the electoral advantage that the parties in power have, to see who has the best offer for Kosovo’s future.
The Second World War is taught in a subjective manner, Kosovo history teachers and scholars claim.
Though fake news is not an Albanian invention, faking history, or reaching with too much zeal to claim association with famous personalities, seems to be an Albanian obsession lately.
European-commissioned experts found that high salaries, bribery, and a lack of discussion amongst stakeholders about the Code of Ethics hinder the integrity of Kosovo’s higher education.