University for Business and Technology (UBT) is a leading higher education institution in Kosova, established in full compliance with the requirements and criteria of the Bologna Charter, including study programs in the two levels of study: Bachelor and Master. Today, UBT is recognized as one of the most internationalized higher education institutions in Kosovo, maintaining numerous partnerships and exchange programmes with universities all over the world.

UBT is committed to more firmly developing internationalization, thus setting objectives in the areas of degree programs, research, teaching and partnerships. Thus, UBT’s internationalization strategy consists of the following pillars:

Pillar 1: Internationalization at home Pillar 2: Internationalization abroad
Helping faculty and students develop an international professional network and competitiveness in the global marketplace by means of curriculum/teaching/learning Negotiating international cooperation agreements with foreign universities
Implementing international research projects, Managing international mobility and exchange programs for students and staff
Analysing foreign education systems and conducting strategic plan for UBT’s internationalization Encouraging multicultural understanding and acceptance through various projects/services
Organizing extracurricular activities (e.g. conferences, exhibitions etc.) Distance Education
Coordinating and advising students on various services and information such as: scholarships, required documents for application, visa, travel, accommodation, study possibilities etc. Joint/dual programs
Making UBT a more multi-lingual, diverse, tolerant and inclusive community by means of open access education



Cooperation is the most elementary form of social process without which society cannot exist. UBT, for many years, has implemented the practice of partnering with other institutions thus sharing staff, students, services, institutional resources, best practices and much more.  Through sustainable partnerships, UBT aims at institutional empowerment and community contribution by means of various institutional agreements that are taken into account; i.e. local/regional, sectoral, and international agreements.

Through partnerships, UBT aims at delivering exceptional education, and making significant contributions to society – locally, nationally and internationally. This includes supporting students in planning and carrying out mobilities abroad, and supporting international research collaborations on the basis of academic interest and need. By means of our international strategy, many partnerships have been developed to serve the above-mentioned principles.

UBT Institutional Cooperation and Internationalization Strategy



UBT fosters a healthy, secure, transparent, and morally inclusive environment that honors and respects each individual’s dignity while promoting diversity and inclusion.

Direct or indirect discrimination, harassment, psychological aggression, bullying, misuse of position, degradation of dignity and reputation, and discriminatory language are all prohibited at UBT.

Decisions on study, education, recruitment, career, promotion, training, income, leave, and work behavior must be made on the basis of each person’s dignity, without prejudice, and based on objective criteria and factors.

UBT strives to enable individuals with disabilities to apply for open positions, work, pursue a career, or study in line with available financial and other resources.

These aspects are mandatory for all members of UBT as set by the Code of Ethics  and UBT Regulations for Non-Discrimination



UBT is actively engaged in international partnerships and collaborations around the world. UBT has more than 80 active partnerships across the globe that include:

  • Erasmus+ Projects of Mobility 
  • Erasmus+ Capacity Building Initiatives
  • Student and Faculty Exchange
  • Joint Faculty/ Student Research
  • CEEPUS Program
  • US Fulbright Program
  • Collaborative Teaching
  • Double Degree Programs
  • Joint development of courses and programs
  • Joint and individual organization of conferences, seminars or other academic meetings
  • Faculty development activities (e.g. workshops, video conferences, short courses),
  • Sharing resources such as laboratory equipment, library resources, and art collections
  • Collaborative projects that are pursued on a consortium

As part of its internationalization effort, the institution seeks to:

  • strengthen the link between research, education and services to society, within an international context;
  • enhance visibility and impact of UBT in the international environment, by coordinating long-term partnerships in order to consolidate the leading role of UBT;
  • seize opportunities (networking, funding etc.) within the international environment to  enhance the impact of UBT