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Kosovo Part of the EU Educational and Training Programs: Reality and Challenges


Hamdi Hoti


Public University of Prizren

Halim Bajraktari


Public University of Prizren

November 23, 2012


Abstract:     
Kosovo with its current education which can be a golden key of the state and society of nowadays, education is still part of the operation and stressing social standardization progressive elements through EU programs.

Kosovo for almost a decade has been participating in European networks in terms of the accession level programs offered by the EU, but not enough in terms of implementing conform these mechanisms intended educational opportunities for Kosovo.

Another challenging aspect of education in Kosovo is the reluctance of these programs because of state and status quo of Kosovo, that neglecting participatory approach to education and training by the EU. The expansion of higher education is considered as one of the most priorities of developed countries, like the motor power of a state.

Other items remain the implementation and adaptation of Tempus programs Erasmus Mundus, and perfection of national centers dealing with higher education to achieve a quality and social effectiveness of current and future.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 14

Keywords: Education

JEL Classification: M101

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Date posted: November 25, 2012  

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Hoti, Hamdi and Bajraktari, Halim, Kosovo Part of the EU Educational and Training Programs: Reality and Challenges (November 23, 2012). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2179964 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2179964

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Hamdi Hoti (Contact Author)
Public University of Prizren ( email )
1 Shkronjat
Prizren, Kosovo 20000
Albania
Halim Bajraktari
Public University of Prizren ( email )
1 Shkronjat
Prizren, Kosovo 20000
Albania
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