Market analysis and data from current and potential students have verified the value of these curricula. The offer is fully harmonized with European requirements and incorporates all aspects of an academic offer according to the European Area of Higher Education standards.
“This academic year we will offer 17 undergraduate programmes, and 34 second cycle or Master programmes according to the model 3 plus 2 and 4 plus 1. We continue to remain the only ones in the region offering online programmes: four study programmes in the first and second cycle of studies. This year we will continue to offer doctoral studies, through the doctoral school, and we offer 9 accredited doctoral study or third cycle programmes”, said Rector Dika.
In the new academic year at SEEU approximately 1300 students are expected to enrol, a number determined in accordance with international standards for the ratio of students to academic staff.
Sources of information are numerous. All those who are interested can refer to our website, social media, our University services in order to get comprehensive information.
The Call for Student Enrolment is now published and all interested parties have an opportunity, in a fully transparent manner, to see the study offers and tuition fees.
South East European University, unlike other universities in the region, has already allocated merit scholarships, which this year are about 80. The uniqueness of these merit scholarships is that they are awarded to potential candidates before they are enrolled in undergraduate studies.