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SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITIES

University College of Business in its whole activity and expectations aims to rank in the top list of universities and institutions of higher education with more quality in the country. Therefore, besides the selection of academic staff more quality and more professional with titles and scientific degrees, in order to develop the learning process with higher efficiency, KUB also follows a special policy in terms of admission for young students.

– Students with 7.5-8.5 get 25% scholarship!
– Students with 9-9.5 average get half a scholarship!
– Students over 9.5 average get a full scholarship!

In order to increase the number of qualitative students in the auditorium, in the campaign of new admissions, KUB offers scholarships to active students who come with higher average grades.

Additionally, for other categories of students economical need, we offer the opportunity for them to get credit under the agreements that our institution has with trading banks in the country. Also, another facility is the opportunity to pay the fee with installment, according to their economic situation.

In these years, the University College of Business has provided over 500 scholarships for high school students, talents, and students with economic and social needs.

 

For study fees please contact us at:

Tel. +355 42 45 48 93

Mob. +355 69 88 99 999 / 067 40 08 880 / 067 40 08 881

E-mail: [email protected]

or visit us at our campus!

KUB welcomes students transferred from national or foreign institutions based on the directives of education minister. All studying programs are written in accordance with Bologna’s card. The first thing a student must do, to make the transfer, it to write a demand, bringing the certificate so that we must know that the students aren’t registered in other universities. After this, competent academic edition makes the necessary valuations of given exams

Other documents necessary to transfer the study should:

  • Document certifying the completion of higher school according to criteria set by MASR.

Note: For students who have completed studies abroad, this document should be known (adjustment) by MASR;

  • List of grades and credits and the number of matriculation signed and stamped by the institution that the student transfers and curriculum studies of IAL student come from;
  • Cancellation confirmation of studies;
  • Syllabus;
  • Document of identity (identity card or passport);
  • Two personal photos (size 4×6);

Note: Students with an average below 6, can’t transfer studies in KUB, according to the Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth criterion.

For any questions or concern,s we suggest to  visit us in our campus.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

In the framework of the new Law on Higher Education for the academic year, 2018-2019 recordings will be made through a new online procedure by the National Examination Agency.

During the application graduates who wish to follow their studies at our institution should:

  • In the form of 10 alternatives, you should choose the University College of Business;
  • During selecting the KUB, you should specify also the faculty and the branch of studies where you would like to study;
  • Students with an average below 6, can’t follow studies in KUB, according to the Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth criterion.

After completing the application and acceptance by KUB, students in the first cycle Bachelor must submit the following documents:

  • Diploma of high school according to the requirements specified by the MAS along with transcripts;
    Note: For students who have completed studies abroad, this document must be recognized by MASR;
  • Identity document (passport or ID card);
  • Two personal photos (size 4×6);

 

For students who want to follow their studies in the second cycle Master of Science or Professional  Master, must submit the following documents:

  • Diploma of Bachelor Studies;
  • Diploma of high school according to the requirements specified by the MASR along with transcripts;
    Note: For students who have completed studies abroad, this document must be recognized by MASR;
  • Identity document (passport or ID card);
  • Two personal photos (size 4×6).

 

CAREER OFFICE

University College of Business has as its priority preparing qualified students for the labor market, counseling, support and follow them after graduation.

The Career Office performs a variety of functions closely associated with providing opportunities for students during the time of their studies. The Career Office offers them the opportunity to build their own network of knowledge for easy integration in the labor market.

The main functions of this office are:

  • Career planning;
  • How to identify and earn your job dream;
  • How to practice your job-search strategies;
  • How to tell yourself effectively and promote yourself in interviews;
  • Learning and study efficiently;
  • Writing and research methods;
  • How to manage your jobs and your time, etc.

 

The Career Office serves as a point of contact for advice and guidance to students during their academic career. Here you will find information and assistance starting from administrative procedures to the student’s career services.

 

Your success is our priority!

Alumni Services!

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Graduates of the University College of Business
continue to be an important part of the academic
community long after graduation!

Employment!

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Employment is the best indicator for the education
and the values that students have received in the
University College of Business.

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EMPLOYMENT

University College of Business, according it to its fulfillment of the strategic mission and vision, connected to the matching point of the academic offer with the labor market demands, not only allows students performing professional practice but after graduation enables laying the first steps towards employment and development of their professional career.

This is made possible thanks to the collaborations and partnerships that University College of Business has with associations of professional categories according to the study programs it offers, accounting offices, law firms, medium-sized and large enterprises, within and outside the country. University College of Business has an interactive role with business stakeholders, in our country and foreign ones, in the context of information exchange, professional development practices, transfer of knowledge, is thus an added value between stakeholders of Albanian Universities.

The success in employment is the finalization of the work of the management staff and professors, in this context, the institutions deeply concerned to track students’ employment policies. In July 2018, KUB conducted a study about the employment of graduate students, in the period 2012 to 2018. The study came up with some measurable results regarding the employment status of students, as follows:

 

Employment FE

Employment in the “Accounting Finances” Program:

Accounting Finance 2012-2013;
51% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 89% of them are employed;
Accounting Finance 2013-2014;
100% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 100% of them are employed;
Accounting Finance 2014-2015;
68% of graduate students surveyed and results show that 81% of them are employed;
Accounting Finance 2015-2016;
86% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 92% of them are employed.
Accounting Finance 2016-2017;
83% of graduate students were surveyed and results show that 91% of them are employed.
Financial Accounting 2017-2018;
92% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 97% of them are employed.
Accounting Finance 2012-2018;
From the survey of graduate students, results show that 92% of them are employed in the profession.
Note: 17% of students are self-employed.

 

Employment in the “Business Management” Program:

Business Management 2012-2013;
53% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 88% of them are employed;
Business Management 2013-2014;
67% of graduate students were surveyed and results show that 96% of them are employed;
Business Management 2014-2015;
63% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 100% of them are employed;
Business Management 2015-2016;
72% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 100% of them are employed;
Business Management 2016-2017;
96% of graduate students are surveyed results show that 100% of them are employed;
Business Management 2017-2018;
95% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 100% of them are employed;
Business Management 2012-2018;
From the survey of graduate students and results show that 97% of them are employed in the profession.
Note: 19% of students are self-employed.

 

Employment at the Faculty level:

Academic Year 2012-2013;
From surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economy during 2012-2013 results show that 88% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2013-2014;
From surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economy during 2013-2014 results show that 98% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2014-2015;
From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economy during 2014-2015 results show that 90% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2015-2016;
From surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economy during 2015-2016, results show that 96% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2016-2017;
From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economy during 2016-2017 results show that 96% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2017-2018;
From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economy during 2017-2018 results show that 98% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2012-2018;
From surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economy during 2012-2018 results show that 94% of them are employed;

Note: Over 90% of employees work on the profile of completed studies.
Note: These statistics are based on the data declared by graduated students themselves
in KUB

 

 

Employment FL

Employment in the Criminal Law Program:

Criminal Law 2012-2013;
90% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 93% of them are employed;
Criminal Law 2013-2014;
81% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 89% of them are employed;
Criminal Law 2014-2015;
100% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 100% are employed;
Criminal Law 2016-2017;
100% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 87% are employed;
Criminal Law 2017-2018;
83% of graduate students were surveyed and results show that 89% of them are employed;
Criminal Law 2012-2018;
From graduate students’ surveys during 2012-2018 results show that91% are employed.
Note: Over 70% of employees work on the profile of completed studies.
Note: About 11% of students are self-employed.

 

Employment Program “Civil & Commercial Law”:

Civil & Commercial Law 2012-2013;
100% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 83% of them are employed;
Civil & Commercial Law 2013-2014;
80% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 100% of them are employed;
Civil & Commercial Law 2014-2015;
75% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 76% of them are employed;
Civil & Commercial Law 2015-2016;
87% of graduate students are surveyed results show that 85% of them are employed;
Civil & Commercial Law 2016-2017;
89% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 93% of them are employed;
Civil & Commercial Law 2017-2018;
75% of graduate students are surveyed and results show that 91% of them are employed;
Civil & Commercial Law 2012-2018;
From graduate students’ surveys during 2012-2018 and results show that 88% are employed.
Note: Over 80% of employees work on the profile of completed studies.
Note: About 7% of students are self-employed.

 

Employment at the Faculty level:

Academic Year 2012-2013;
From surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Law during 2012-2013 results show that 88% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2013-2014;
From surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Law during 2013-2014 results show that 95% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2014-2015;
From the surveys of students graduate at the Faculty of Law during 2014-2015 results show that 88% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2015-2016;
From surveys of students graduated at the Faculty of Law during 2015-2016 results show that 85% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2016-2017;
From surveys of students graduate at the Faculty of Law during 2016-2017 results show that 90% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2017-2018;
From the surveys of students graduate at the Faculty of Law during 2017-2018 results show that 90% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2012-2018;
From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Law during 2012-2018 results show that 89% of them are employed;
Note: About 9% of students are self-employed.
Note: Over 80% of employees work on the profile of completed studies.
Note: These statistics are based on the data declared by graduated students themselves in KUB.

Employment at Institution Level

Academic Year 2012-2013;
From surveys of graduate students in KUB during the 2012-2013  year shows that  88% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2013-2014;
From the surveys of graduate students in KUB during the 2013-2014  year shows that  96% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2014-2015;
From the surveys of students graduated in KUB during the 2014-2015 year shows that  89% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2015-2016;
From the surveys of graduate students in KUB during the 2015-2016 year shows that  91% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2016-2017;
From the surveys of students graduated in KUB during the 2016-2017  year shows that  93% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2017-2018;
From the surveys of students graduated in KUB during the 2017-2018  year shows that  94% of them are employed;
Academic Year 2012-2018;
From surveys of graduate students in KUB during the 2012-2018  year shows that  92% of them are employed;
Note: About 10% of students are self-employed. While over 85% of graduate students work in the profession.
Note: These statistics are based on the data declared by graduated students themselves in KUB.

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