May 22, 2018 | Tuesday

Europe Day activities were a good help for students of Kosovo to pinpoint on different opportunities they have to study abroad in Europe

During the Education Fair, on the 9th of May at EUICC – European Union Information and Cultural Center in Pristina, Embassies of EU Member States in Kosovo presented their studying opportunities and offered multiple possibilities for students of Kosovo towards an international career.


German Embassy in Kosovo offered study opportunities in Germany in the fields of Business, Social Sciences and Economics, different doctoral studies and graduate programmes and information regarding the application process and career prospects when studying in Germany.

DAAD Program (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst), Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Scholarships, Erasmus Mundus Programmes, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Scholarships, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung for Doctoral Studies were among the programmes presented during the Education Fair.
Embassies of France, Austria, Alliance Française, Young Cell Scheme for Kosovo students were also part of the Fair by giving instructions and basic information on how Kosovo youngsters can further advance and study in different countries and settings in Europe.


The Head of EU Office in Kosovo/EU Special Representative Nataliya Apostolova visited the Fair and got the chance to talk to different beneficiaries of the possibilities aforementioned. Students of Music Academy performed in the city center in front of people and Ambassador Apostolova.


Education Fair was part of Europe Day activities in Kosovo, organized by EU Office in Kosovo and EUICC – European Union Information and Cultural Center.