"South East European University constantly conducts market research, and maintains intense contacts with the business community, with the main goal to produce skilled, quality, and suitable staff for the labour market needs" says the SEEU Rector Acad. Prof. Dr. Abdylmenaf Bexheti.
Study programme ‘Finance and Bank’ is offered by the Faculty of Business and Economics, while study programme ‘Legal Informatics’ is offered by the Faculty of Law.
“Our current study programmes are proven to be attractive for the labour market. This is supported by the data that we have from the Career Centre and the State Statistical Office, where 61% of our graduates are employed, since the first year of graduation” says Rector Bexheti.
Within the framework of the academic offer, for the new academic year very attractive is the SEEU scholarship offer, where all high school graduates, who in high school have achieved excellent success (5.00), earn a full scholarship covering 60% of the tuition fee. While all high school graduates, who in high school have achieved success 4.5 – 4.99, earn scholarship covering 40% of the tuition fee. Financial relief is also available for the second and third student of the same family, who study at the same time at SEEU, who earn 15%, respectively 25% discount of the tuition fee. SEEU's very good and unique opportunity is the Work and Study Program, where engaged students work at the main services of the University, against the financial compensation given for the hours of engagement, which at the end of the semester is deducted from the tuition fee.
South East European University has announced the Call for Student Enrolment in the new academic year, where in the first cycle of studies offers 22 study programmes, in the second cycle 27 study programmes and 12 study programmes in the third cycle of studies. According to the Call for Student Enrolment, in three study cycles, in five faculties (the Faculty of Contemporary Social Sciences, Faculty of Contemporary Sciences and Technologies, Faculty of Languages, Cultures and Communications, Faculty of Business and economics, and Faculty of Law) are expected to enrol about 1300 students who will study at the SEEU Campus in Tetovo and at the SEEU branch in Skopje.