Category: Activities

More than 150 scholars at the scientific conference co-organized by “Pjetër Budi”

More than 150 authors, with about 80 scientific papers, participated in the international conference on “The Role of Education and Science in the Economic Development of the Countries of the Region”, held in Ulcinj, Montenegro, organized by the Institute for Scientific Research and Development from Ulcinj with the “Pjetër Budi” College and other institutions. Participants were from Kosovo, Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Hungary, while “Pjetër Budi” was represented by Professors Seadin Xhaferi, Naser Raimi, Haqif Arifi, Fitim Maçani and Elizabeta Murati.

The purpose of the conference was to explore from the scientific perspective the efforts, challenges and opportunities of the economic development of the countries of the region, respectively the clear and essential focus of the contributors through the scientific works to address the topic in a multidimensional aspect, including all the spheres social and economic life.

The conference has co-sponsored scientists, academics and experts from different fields so that everyone can broaden their specific and general knowledge and exchange ideas and thoughts on the role of education and science in economic development. Also, the conference was an interdisciplinary forum for scholars, practitioners and professors, but also for researchers, without letting discussions on innovations, trends, concerns and challenges encountered in creating a modern society and potential investment solutions for economic development .

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The “Pjetër Budi” College organizes additional IT courses

All students of all Pjetër Budi College programs who are interested in various IT issues (such as computer formatting, hardware repair, HDD memory changes etc.) are notified. that the College “Pjetër Budi” on 21.12.2017, on Thursday, from 16:00, starts organizing an additional course for IT with the IT expert of the College “Pjetër Budi” Muhamed Kastrati, where many Information Technology issues will be demonstrated. The course is free of charge. The “Pjetër Budi” College simply through this course aims to expand its IT students’ knowledge in order to use technology in their performance so that their work results are greater in the fields that they engage. We are looking forward to you.

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Ibrahim Nicaj is elected chairman of the Student Parliament

“Pjetër Budi” College during the last few weeks organized student elections, attended by students of different directions, in this case was elected representatives of all programs organized by the College “Pjetër Budi”.
Ibrahim Nicaj, a student of the Business Administration Program, was elected chairman of the Student Parliament of the “Pjetër Budi” College, with the majority of representatives of the program councils. Meanwhile, vice president is elected Azize Rama and secretary Erblin Iberhysaj. Thus, the student election process at “Pjetër Budi” has been completed and the elected representatives have pledged to be committed to the best organization of activities and student life in general.
These elections, organized for years by the Pjetër Budi College, testify to the work and engagement of students and College staff to create opportunities, access and transparency between the parties. New student representatives, Pjetër Budi College congratulates good work and decent representation of student activities and pledges to continue the support that the College has done before. The student council according to the programs is as follows: The student council of the Customs and Expedition program consists of: Ibrahim Deliu, Florian Aliu, Drenica Zogaj, Mergime Bajrami, Jasmin Sylka and Lis Sahiti; The Student Council of the Business Administration Program consists of Anduena Gashi, Duresha Mustafa, Gent Ukaj, Avni Mustafa and Fatime Krasniqi; The Student Council of the Tourism and Hotel Management program consists of Blerta Murseli, Dardan Makolli, Anita Bahtiri and Ukë Morina; and finally, the Student Council of the Insurance Program consists of Ilaz Kqiku and Ardit Breznica.

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The “Pjetër Budi” College is part of the Earth Day markup

Students from the “Pjeter Budi” College participated in the marking of the Earth Day, which was organized today with a series of activities in Pristina. Through the presentation of the offer of “Pjetër Budi”, in the square “Zahir Pajaziti”, as well as a part

organization, the students of the Tourism and Hotel Management Program promoted and encouraged citizen participation in waste management and will also be part of the promotion of the EcoFriend network, part of which is the Pjetër Budi College.
Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 in more than 75 countries and more than 500 million people. Officially, the United Nations appointed April 22 as Earth Day and April as the month of land. This day is marked with the aim of raising the awareness of citizens about the importance of protecting the environment.

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Russell: Do not learn to live with corruption

Corruption is a disease. If you live long with corruption, get used to it. A powerful society, with the energy of young people, can help make the country’s access to change for the better. So in a lecture in front of students of College “Pjeter Budi” Andrew Russell, UN Development Coordinator and Permanent Representative of UNDP in Kosovo said on Wednesday.

“In another context, in another country, a vibrant society where youth was the driving force and had the opportunity to express themselves in a non-violent way, has proven to have helped to change the cultural approach.”

Russell talked about human and economic development in Kosovo, focusing on opportunities to reduce poverty and unemployment.

“Why so much poverty in Kosovo? You have the poor because you have corruption because the medicine is not found because the education system is not bringing the expected results because the political leadership you have voted believes that the priority for Kosovo should be the construction of the road network and the connection with the region, said Russell. According to him, millions can be invested in the streets, but there are no 200,000 euros for free legal aid to citizens who need it.

“You can ride beautiful roads, but if you need legal help, you may not get it.”

He also talked about other problems Kosovo faced since 1999.

“The long process of international oversight and the developments behind it have not helped you greatly in the development of the country. In 1999, the UN has installed its administrative mission in Kosovo and East Timor. But East Timor has been moving very fast, especially since 2003. ”

According to Russell, non-violence is still part of the UN has made Kosovo unable to utilize many benefits. “To be equal with others within the UN means also the possibility of using different funds for different needs.”

Russell also talked about UNDP’s activities, citing as important and successful projects those that relate to human capacity building and bringing the agenda for the first time to issues such as corruption, poverty and human development.

“Our goal is to help Kosovo people, to build capacity in different fields, for a rapid development,” Russell said.

Russell’s lecture was held in the framework of the College Debate Club “Pjeter Budi”, which has been working for five years to generate debate in society and cultivate critical thinking in students.

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Lecture for Nelson Mandela in “Pjetër Budi”

In honor of the man who devoted his life to peace messages, and on the occasion of his death, the College “Pjeter Budi” organized an open lecture on the life and work of Nelson Mandela. In the lecture it was said that Mandela’s death is a great loss not only for South Africa, but for all humanity as well. Mandela, who has been engaged for decades to fight apartheid, for what he suffered 27 years in prison, was and will remain the symbol of peace, freedom and equality. It was and remains the symbol of the general human effort for a better world and for a more just world. Nelson Mandela will remain an inspiration for generations who are and for future generations. Also, during his lecture was presented his biography.

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Sylë Tahirsylaj held a lecture for students of “Pjetër Budi”

Pristina, June 17 Prof. Dr. Sylë Tahirsylaj, director of the Hydrometeorological Institute of Kosovo, held a lecture for students of the College “Pjetër Budi” regarding the monitoring system of surface water, soil and air quality. During this lecture, Tahirsylaj shared with the students some of the works and research related to air quality in Kosovo. This lecture was organized in the framework of the “Pjetër Budi” Open Days event where students have the opportunity to interact with distinguished experts and personalities of different fields.

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Bowling tournament was held

Hamdi Krasniqi, Customs and Freight Forwarder, was announced as the winner of the bowling tournament of “Pjetër Budi” College, which was held on Monday, June 24, in Pristina. In the second place, however, the president of the Student Organization of “Pjetër Budi”, Ludvik Kricquku, also graduated from the Customs and Freight Forwarding. The traditional tournament is organized in the framework of the Open Days “Pjetër Budi”

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EULEX officials held a lecture at the College “Pjetër Budi”

Robert Schofield and Gareth Reed, EULEX officials from the Customs Advisory Sector, held a lecture on Monday for Customs and Freight Exchange students at the College “Pjeter Budi”.

Among other things, they spoke about EULEX’s work in Customs and border management. During this lecture, they also provided concrete examples of risk assessment and the various methods and apparatus used for detection. Gareth Reed is Adviser for Customs Risk Assessment in EULEX, and Robert Schofield is an Advisor to Customs Investigations.

This EULEX expert lecture is a continuation of the lecture cycle of this mission that is being held with Customs and Shipping students, which will continue in the coming months.

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The Open Days of “Pjetër Budi”

On Friday, June 1, 2012, the traditional Open Days of “Pjetër Budi”, organized by the College “Pjetër Budi”, Pristina, started.

In the framework of the event, which lasts until 2 July, many activities will be organized, including the presentation of the research work of the students, the introduction of the new number of the scientific journal “Logos”, conversation of students with different personalities of different fields , voluntary blood donation action by students and staff of “Pjetër Budi”, traditional chess tournaments, football, basketball, and entertainment activities.

On Friday, on the occasion of the International Children’s Day, Play with “Pjetër Budin” was organized at the Mother Teresa Square of the capital. Meanwhile, starting from June 5 to June 29, the work of the University College “Pjetër Budi” is presented in all cities of Kosovo. The Open Days “Pjeter Bud” Open Days ends on 2 July with the graduation ceremony of the 2012 generation of students of this university college, in the Customs and Freight Forwarding, Insurance, Tourism Management of Hotel and Business Administration.


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