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SEEU staff training was held - new academic programmes, new research strategy and continuous quality

SEEU staff training traditionally is held during January, where under the guidance of the Quality Office are organized training sessions in specific areas previously identified for the purpose of improving student services and the overall performance of the University. This year's training was realized with the motto ‘From Strategy to Practice’”.

‘South East European University will have constant changes, pursuant to our vision, to be distinctive’, said in front of the University staff, the Rector Acad. Prof. Dr. Abdylmenaf Bexheti, in one of the training sessions, where he informed the staff on current issues and realized activities in order continuously to improve the quality and services.

‘The main factor that makes this university distinct are people—i.e., students and staff. I strongly believe in this value, which makes our University a model of regional functioning. This value was also verified by the increased numbers of enrolled students in this academic year”, said Rector Bexheti.

The university will focus on offering new attractive study programmes, which are demanded by the labour market, while quality assurance and genuine research are part of this joint journey.

‘We will continue to attract the best students by offering scholarships and by practicing the most contemporary teaching models, by keeping the distinct institutional culture and the brand of the University by being different from others’ noted among others Rector Bexheti.

South East European University staff training was held from 23-25 January 2019, where special sessions and group discussions were held in direction of academic improvement, like: syllabus harmonization, definition of digital competence, performance management and optimization capacity, upgrading of the institutional research capacity for project applications. During this training it was presented the Marketing and Internal Communication Strategy of the University.

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