UNIVERSITIES IN EUROPE

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Month: November 2010

University of Pristina, Kosovo

The University of Prishtina as well as University of Priština are at present two dislodge public universities of Kosovo. These universities have same history up to a point of divergence, which took place in 1999. University of Pristina was opened as one university in Yugoslavia, in the city of Pristina for academic year 1969/1970 and functioned as University of Priština until 1999.

UNIVERSITY OF PRISHTINA

University of Pristina is a member of Balkan Universities Network and recognized internationally by American and West European universities as well as international organizations are cooperating with it. This university is instructing in Albanian language. It is actually located in Pristina, now the capital city of Kosovo.

UNIVERSITY OF PRIŠTINA

University of Priština is located at Kosovska Mitrovica. This university has Serbian entity displaced from the city of Priština in 1999. University is conducting education in Serbian language, backed by Government of Serbia. It is recognized by United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) since 2002 but under the name of university of Mitrovica. This university has legal continuity with original institution although it has been physically expelled from campus located in Pristina.

STATISTICS AND UNIVERSITY ORGANIZATION

The academic year of the University “both Serbian and Albanian” continue from 1st October through 30 September. Academic year is prearranged in two semesters, with 30 weeks’ significance of teaching per year. Serbian university had 14 faculties with about 18,000 students and over 1,300 faculty and staff members in 1999. In the same year, about 6,000 students transferred to other universities in central Serbia after the Kosovo War was over. In 2001 “while was situated in Kruševac” it had 17,000 students. From 1999 to 2001 about 2,000 students graduated from University of Priština, 50 students were awarded Magister degrees, and 20 earned their doctorates. After moving back to Kosovo only 6,500 students decided to carry on their education at this University.

In 2004 University had 10 faculties with about 8,000 students while enrollment quota was 1,200 students. In August 2007 it had 9,320 students, over 700 faculty and about 200 staff members and its enrollment quota was 2,726 students. About 45% of students were from Kosovo, 30% from central Serbia, 25% from Montenegro. There were also a smaller number of students from Republic of Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Currently, there are 10.264 students, 730 faculty, and 320 staff members.

In the academic year 2004/2005, Albanian university counted 28,832 undergraduate students, 15,596 (54.1%) men and 13,236 (45.9%) women; 28,567 (99%) students were of Albanian ethnicity, 125 (0.4%) Bosniaks, 114 (0.4%) Turks, and 25 (0.1%) belonged to other ethnic groups. About 3,000 students are receiving bachelor or master degrees every year at University of Prishtina, the majority in social and human sciences. More than 50,000 have graduated from the university since its establishment.

Medical Universities in United Kingdom

Medical universities in United Kingdom incorporates several educational activities. These activities concerned with edification and supervision of medical doctors in the United Kingdom. They provide entry-level training through to ongoing education of qualified specialists. Here you can find brief information about medical colleges and universities in United Kingdom.

LIST OF MEDICAL UNIVERSITIES IN UNITED KINGDOM

Here is a list of medical universities and colleges in United Kingdom. I listed these universities according to their rank in United Kingdom.

  1. Oxford University, Medical Sciences Division
  2. Edinburgh University, Medical School
  3. Dundee University, Medical School
  4. Cambridge University, School of Clinical Medicine
  5. The University of Manchester, School of Medicine
  6. University College London, Medical School
  7. Imperial College, School of Medicine
  8. University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine
  9. University of Leeds, School of Medicine
  10. Leicester University Medical School
  11. Newcastle University, Medical Sciences
  12. University of Glasgow, Faculty of Medicine
  13. Peninsula Medical School
  14. The University of Nottingham, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
  15. King’s College London, School of Medicine
  16. The University of Sheffield, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
  17. Hull York Medical School
  18. University of St Andrews, Bute Medical School
  19. University of Birmingham, School of Medicine
  20. University of Southampton, School of Medicine
  21. Bristol University, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
  22. Swansea University, School of Medicine
  23. Queen’s University, Belfast, Division of Physiology
  24. The University of Warwick, Medical School
  25. Queen Mary, University of London, School of Medicine
  26. St George’s Medical School, University of London
  27. Cardiff University, Institute of Medical Genetics
  28. University of Liverpool, Faculty of Medicine
  29. The University of West Anglia, School of Medicine
  30. Brighton and Sussex Medical School