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  • 20 October

    09:00
    Master thesis
    Fatos Hakiu

    Specific factors that affect the managerial success of private companies in the Municipality of Ferizaj

    Department: Faculty of Business and Economics
    Mentor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sadri Aliji
    Location: Tetovo
    Room: 101.01
  • 20 October

    14:00
    Master thesis
    Artin Dushi

    Advantages and disadvantages of technology usage in improving English language learning in rural parts of Vushtrri, Republic of Kosovo

    Department: Faculty of Languages, Cultures and Communications
    Mentor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Veronika Kareva
    Location: Tetovo
    Room: Online
  • 20 October

    14:00
    Master thesis
    Besnike Ademi

    Labor market challenges of the young women in developing countries - Case Study Republic of Macedonia

    Department: Faculty of Business and Economics
    Mentor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Selajdin Abduli
    Location: Tetovo
    Room: 101.01
  • 22 October

    11:00
    PhD thesis
    Marija Dulevska, MSc

    Communication improvement in multiethnic classrooms through extracurricular activities among diverse group of English language pupils

    Department: Faculty of Languages, Cultures and Communications
    Mentor: Prof. Dr. Maja Muhic
    Location: Tetovo
    Room: ISC-Room LC 1001.04
  • 22 October

    14:00
    Master thesis
    Blerina Muaremi

    Analysis of approval solvency and credibility of microcredit

    Department: Faculty of Business and Economics
    Mentor: Prof. Dr. Abdylmenaf Bexheti
    Location: Tetovo
    Room: 101.01
  • 27 October

    09:00
    Master thesis
    Ardite Demiri

    Challenges of Online Teaching and Learning in Kosova during the Corona Pandemics

    Department: Faculty of Languages, Cultures and Communications
    Mentor: Prof. Dr. Agim Poshka
    Location: Tetovo
    Room: Online
  • 27 October

    15:00
    PhD thesis
    Natalija Pop Zarieva MSc

    Vampiric Elements in “The Giaour” by Lord Gordon Byron and “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

    Department: Faculty of Languages, Cultures and Communications
    Mentor: Prof. Dr. Andrew Goodspeed
    Location: Tetovo
    Room: ISC-Room LC 1001.04

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