Over the last 12 years, the University of Prishtina has admitted only 990 students from Kosovo’s non-majority ethnic communities, with just 237 going on to graduate.
University staff and civil society organizations divided over the state of the University of Prishtina as it celebrates 50 years since its official formation.
Students forced to buy textbooks written by professors and medical students required to ‘pay for their own frogs’ were among the results of the Organization for Improving the Quality of Education’s survey on student expenses published on Wednesday.
From the roots of its establishment and the history of student resistance to post-war mismanagement, a historical exhibition traces the development of the University of Prishtina over the last half century.
BIRN presents a list of university branches, departments and programs that failed to meet the criteria set by the National Council of Quality, NCQ.