“Mother Teresa” University organized a seminar for the academic staff, attended by professors, assistants and teaching assistants of the University. Furthermore, foreign and local experts lectured on new accreditations and study programs at the “Mother Teresa” University.
The Rector of the “Mother Teresa” University in Skopje, Aziz Pollozhani, Ph.D. presented the current position of the university, the plans implemented and its future goals. Mr. Pollozhani stated that, during these four years, the University has achieved major transformation, in terms of quality, increasing resources through increasing the number of the academic, as well as the administrative staff, and increasing the number of study programs. Moreover, Mr. Pollozhani explained that the University’s goal is to offer second cycle studies, a goal which was achieved two years ago, and, also, said that the long-term goal of “Mother Teresa” University has been implementing doctoral studies.
Ms. Heather Henshaw, an international expert on quality management in higher education who participated at the seminar, conducted quality assurance training. She elaborated on the development and quality assurance at the “Mother Teresa” University, regarding the accreditation and re-accreditation activities. Mrs. Henshaw stated that quality development is a culture that requires contribution of every single person of the institution.
The European Commission expert on quality management of higher education study programs, Mr. Bekim Marmullaku, delivered a lecture on the topic: “Modern approach to writing and defining learning outcomes in higher education study programs”.
The Pro-Rector for science at the “Mother Teresa” University and moderator of the seminar, Bekim Fetaji, Ph.D. delivered a lecture on the topic: “Accreditation process – introduction to the accreditation process and explanations for the elaborate annexes for accreditation annexes 1, 2, 3 and 4”. On the other hand, the Prorector for education, Zoran Trifunov, Ph.D. gave a lecture on the topic: “New codifications and elaborative specifications in the syllabus”.
At the end of the seminar, the Rector of “Mother Teresa” University in Skopje, Aziz Pollozhani, Ph.D., handed out certificates to all participants.