Thursday, December 29, 2016

2006 - 2007

Biologji-Kimi - Kliko Ketu
Histori-Gjeografi Kliko Ketu
Njohuri per shoqerine , Filozofi , Ekonomi - Kliko Ketu
Fizike - Kliko Ketu
Anglisht - Kliko Ketu

1. See the World
The biggest reason you should consider a study abroad program is the opportunity to see the world . By studying abroad, you will experience a brand-new country with incredible new outlooks, customs and activities. The benefits of studying abroad include the opportunity to see new terrains, natural wonders, museums and landmarks of your host nation.
In addition, when you’re abroad, you won’t be limited to traveling in just the nation in which you are studying – you can see neighboring countries as well! For example, if you study in France, you’ll have the option to travel through various parts of Europe including London , Barcelona , and Rome.
Checkout our International Student Travel Center for information on how to find discounts on airfare, accommodations, rail passes, and more.


Matematika Zgidhje 2006-2012 - Kliko Ketu
Matematika e Pergjithshme 2006 - Kliko Ketu
Matematika e Pergjithshme 2008 - Kliko Ketu

Studying abroad is one of the most rewarding decisions you can gift yourself and your future career. It helps fulfill a dream of travel without taking a break from your studies and prolonging your graduation date, not to mention it can really boost your image with potential employers down the line
Imagine yourself in a totally new place, speaking a totally new language, living with a totally new perspective, and hanging out with great new friends. You'll find yourself falling in love with food you can't even find at home and gaining a professional network that crosses the globe -- can someone say: "connections?"But let's be real: while there are some major perks to studying overseas, there are a few disadvantages as well. We've connected with CEA Study Abroad to provide you a review of the number of exciting benefits you can expect to receive and experience when you study abroad, as well as the disadvantages that come with them (and how to solve them).


Kimi 2009 - Shiko Ketu
Ekonomi Filozofi - Kliko Ketu
Biologji - Shiko Ketu
Histori - Shiko Ketu
Fizike - Shiko Ketu
Ekonomi Filozofi - Shiko Ketu
Gjeografi - Kliko Ketu
Anglisht - Kliko Ketu

How to Choose a ProgramFrance is one of the most popular study abroad destinations, consistently ranking in the top five, and hosted over 17,000 study abroaders in the past year alone. Many study abroad program providers have capitalized on students' interests in venturing to France, and as such, your possibilities for study abroad are virtually endless. However, these increased options may mean a little more legwork to find a program that suits your desired experience abroad. Language classes, housing, and the inclusion of cultural activities should all play a factor in your final decision.
Learners of French will find many opportunities for French language immersion programs all around the country. Surrounding yourself with the French people and enveloping their way of life will prove beneficial on your journey (destination: fluency).


Matematika Drejtim Shoqeror - Kliko Ketu
Matematika Drejtim Natyror 2009 - Kliko Ketu
Matematika e Pergjithshme - Kliko Ketu
University of Seville
Get off the beaten path in Seville
Seville is a huge magnet for international students because of its easy accessibility, the warmer southern climates, and the welcoming Andalucian culture. Oh, and the academics? University of Seville (or US for short) is known as a campus city because of its large size right in the middle of everything.
One of the best universities in Spain, the US has over 70,000 students on its Campus of International Excellence. Each program has an international focus offering 67 undergraduate and 77 masters degrees, so they're bound to have a classes to fit your goals. Not only that, but US provides a laptop for each student, so you won't be left behind in connecting with loved ones back home and having the resources you need to be successful in your classes while studying abroad in Seville!


Njohuri per Shoqerine (qytetari) - Kliko Ketu
Ekonomi Filozofi - Kliko Ketu
Anglisht - Kliko Ketu
Fizike - Kliko Ketu
Kimi - Kliko Ketu
Gjeografi - Kliko Ketu
Histori - Kliko Ketu
Biologji - Kliko Ketu

Enjoy Barcelona's architecture at University of Barcelona
As the second largest city in Spain, Barcelona's study abroad scene has a number of programs at your disposal. Many students come from all over the world to pursue research interests, live in a transportation hub to Europe close to the coast, and gaze at Gaudi's breathtaking architecture. It's known as one of the top leading tourist destinations with eight World Heritage Sites, 68 city parks, a long coastline of beaches, and a list of cultural activities taller than Shaq.
University of Barcelona
Having opened its doors in 1450, the University of Barcelona is one of Spain's oldest (dating older than the United States, uff da!) and best ranking around the world. It's got a fab track record of top notch academics, with bragging rights as the prime research hub in all of Spain (not to mention winning Best University of Spain in 2011). It's been recognized by the Spanish Ministry of Education in 2009 as a Campus of International Excellence, catering to meet the growing needs of a globalized world.
Join over 63,000 students in being a part of its ever-growing 560 years of history. This is a good university to do your general education courses (gotta get 'em out of the way anyway, right?).

Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Barcelona Tech)

Polytechnic University of Catalonia is an international campus of excellence known for its energy efficient campus and high-end research. Students can choose between 53 bachelor's degrees, 119 master's degrees (21 taught completely in English), and 59 doctoral degrees. They have exchange agreements in over 130 countries with nearly 2,500 students entering each year to pursue their science, technology, engineering, and mathematics studies (yes, you can study abroad with science related majors!)

Suggested Study Abroad Programs in Barcelona

AIFS in Barcelona
Barcelona SAE
CEA Study Abroad Barcelona
IFSA-Butler: Engage Spain

Madrid; a study abroad classic
Just like Barcelona, thousands and thousands of students flock each year to Spain's capital city and commerce hub with programs upon programs to suit your goals. Madrid is Spain's most populous city and attracts people near and far with its cultural wonders, bustling nightlife, and history of gastronomic goodies. Its 73 museums alone will keep you busy all year -- or semester -- long as you study abroad in Madrid!

Complutense University of Madrid

Complutense University is one of six public universities in Madrid, and is known as the best and one of the biggest in all of Europe. With over 77 course study subjects, you're sure to find something that tickles your fancy in between siestas. Students from all over Europe, the USA, Middle East, Oceania, and Asia will be among the many classmates in your program at this Campus of International Excellence. Besides the wide variety of classroom life, the university alone has over 12 cultural offerings and intramural sports.

Autonomous University of Madrid

Autonomous University of Madrid (or UAM for short) has a top rank as one of the cream of the crop universities in all of Spain and is known as one of the top 200 universities in the world. UAM proudly holds recognitions from prominent organizations like El Mundo, the Times Higher Education Supplement, and the Academic Ranking of World Universities. Like Barcelona Tech, UAM has an environmentally sustainable campus to share with over 30,000 and 1,000 international students. If it's your first time studying in a Spanish speaking country, the UAM has an fantastic language and culture class with classes no more than 15 students to ensure individual attention.

Suggested Study Abroad Programs in Madrid

IES Abroad Semester in Madrid
Hamilton College in Madrid
CSU at University of Madrid
Universities in Smaller Spanish Cities

University of Seville

Get off the beaten path in Seville
Seville is a huge magnet for international students because of its easy accessibility, the warmer southern climates, and the welcoming Andalucian culture. Oh, and the academics? University of Seville (or US for short) is known as a campus city because of its large size right in the middle of everything.

One of the best universities in Spain, the US has over 70,000 students on its Campus of International Excellence. Each program has an international focus offering 67 undergraduate and 77 masters degrees, so they're bound to have a classes to fit your goals. Not only that, but US provides a laptop for each student, so you won't be left behind in connecting with loved ones back home and having the resources you need to be successful in your classes while studying abroad in Seville!


Matematika Drejtim Shoqeror 2010 - Kliko Ketu
Matematika Drejtim Natyror 2010 - Kliko Ketu
Matematika e Pergjithshme 2010 - Kliko Ketu

Why study in Spain?
One of the biggest reasons students choose to study abroad is the opportunity to learn another language, and in this regard, you can’t beat Spain. With the national dialect the second most spoken language in the world, it’s certainly a good one to master and an ability to do so will likely enhance your CV significantly.Spain is the most popular destination for students on the Erasmus exchange programme, which allows them to spend a year away from their home university in a foreign country.
The country has many highly regarded institutions, with the Universitat de Barcelona the highest rated in the 2014–15 QS World University Rankings at 166th. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona follows at 173rd, with the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid at 178th.

Wednesday, December 28, 2016


Kimi 2011 - Kliko Ketu
Gjeografi 2011 - Kliko Ketu
Biologji 2011 - Kliko Ketu
Njohuri per Shoqerine Qytetari 2011 - Kliko Ketu
Histori 2011 - Kliko Ketu
Fizike 2011 - Kliko Ketu

How to apply / Scholarships & money support
The European Masters Program in Computational Logic at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano is organised as part of its Master of in Science Computer Science offer (Laurea Magistrale). The Master comprises 120 ECTS credits and lasts two years (including thesis). Each year's course is divided into two semesters. The courses start in October of each academic year. Continuation of studies towards the PhD doctoral degree is possible.
Mathematics, or an equivalent degree or comparable university record.


Matematite 2011 drejtim natyror - Kliko Ketu
Matematike 2011 drejtim shoqeror - Kliko Ketu
Matematike e pergjithshme 2011 - Kliko Ketu

The winner of the 2015 History Bursary is:

Gerald Maher, Strokestown, Co Roscommon
Gerald has obtained a BA in English & History from the University of Limerick.  He is commencing his PhD on Militant Irish-American Organisations and the Irish Revolution, 1912-23 in September in the University of Limerick.
The primary aim of Gerard’s research is to assess and quantify the impact of militant Irish republicanism in the United States on the military landscape of Ireland during the revolutionary period of 1912-1923. Particular attention will be given to Irish-American organisations that had a distinct physical force outlook. How these organisations operated during Ireland’s revolutionary period and how they usurped the popularity of more constitutionally minded Irish-American


Histori Berthame 2012 - Kliko Ketu
Biologji Berthame 2012 - Kliko Ketu
Fizike Berthame - Kliko Ketu
Gjeografi Berthame 2012 - Kliko Ketu
Anglisht - Kliko Ketu
Histori e thelluar - Kliko Ketu
Qytetari - Kliko Ketu
Fizike e Thelluar - Kliko Ketu
Gjeografi e thelluar - Kliko Ketu
Kimi e Thelluar - Kliko Ketu
Biologji e thelluar - Kliko Ketu
Kimi Berthame - Kliko Ketu

The winners of the 2016 North/South Postgraduate Scholarships are:

Adam Bradley, Bangor, Co. Down
Adam is a Trinity College Dublin music graduate. He is commencing a MRes in Arts and Humanities (Composition) in Queen’s University Belfast.  The MRes will explore the conceptual barriers between popular and classical/contemporary music, the common view of them as separate entities, and how this may affect music in Ireland.

Jonathan Green, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh
Jonathan is a Queen’s University Belfast graduate of Law. He is commencing a LLM in Trinity College Dublin. This LLM will allow him to research and develop a thesis on the development of environmental law on an all-Ireland basis.


Matematika e pergjithshme 2012 zgjidhje - Kliko Ketu
Matematika drejtim natyror 2012 - Kliko Ketu
Matematika 2012 drejtim i pergjitshem - Kliko Ketu
Matematika 2012 drejtim shoqeror - Kliko Ketu

Junior University is designed to help widen participation amongst 14-15 year-olds in schools that receive a higher than average amount of pupil premium funding, before they make up their minds about their future path.

While university isn’t for everyone, we want to ensure young people make decisions based on the full spectrum of options out there.

Working side-by-side with undergraduate mentors on a joint academic project, the programme will offer young people a real flavour of what degree studies and uni life are all about.

As well as helping students develop new knowledge, skills and confidence (and have fun along the way!) we hope to enable students to make more informed choices later on.
How it works

Tuesday, December 27, 2016


Should you study in London?
Are you being drawn to the bright lights of London? Before you jump on the train to Waterloo, this is what it's really like to study in the capital...
If you come from a small town, the idea of studying in cosmopolitan London - with its rich mix of people, world famous landmarks and hip social spots - might sound like the ideal place to study.

But is that the reality?

Let's help you decide whether London is the right setting for you:
Yes it's 'London' (but is it, really?)
If your picture of London is based on day trips to see West End musicals and Christmas-time viewings of Love, Actually, you might find the reality isn't quite so romanticised or stylish as that. Yes, there's Big Ben, the London Eye and Soho. But that doesn't mean you'll be passing these on the way to class everyday.

Kimia Organike

What are interviewers looking for?
Above all, tutors want to see that you’re genuinely enthusiastic about your subject. Your application has done enough to persuade them so far, so try to just be yourself.

Tutors may ask you to expand on any claims you made in your personal statement which demonstrate your particular interest in the subject – any extra research or work experience you’ve done, for example – so make sure your statement stands up to scrutiny.

Here are some tips from universities on what else interviewers want to see:

University of Bristol: ‘Among other things, they will ask you about your reasons for wanting to study that particular subject and make sure you are aware of what the course involves and what the career options are. They will also assess your ability to communicate and to cope with stress.’

Been asked to attend a university interview and juggling feelings of satisfaction, panic and terror all at once? Here are some top tips to get you interview-ready.

While it’s natural to be nervous, having an idea of what to expect can help you to shine on the day. Remember that receiving an interview invite means that admissions tutors are impressed with your application so far and you're in the running for receiving an offer.

To help you prepare we've also asked students to share their stories on what a uni interview is really like, as well as some of the more unusual interview questions you may be asked.

What will the interview be like?

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6. Schiller International University

Schiller International University is a true international university, with campuses in the US and Europe. The main campus is actually in Florida, but the first and largest campus is in Heidelberg, Germany and originally began as a study abroad program in Germany for Americans.

Germany tends to be a very inexpensive country to study abroad in, as overseas students pay the same tuition fees as local students, and many universities do not charge any tuition fees at all.
It now serves students from over 100 countries. Many study abroad programs utilize the university because it is accredited in the United States and based on the American system of education. All classes on all campuses are taught in English. The programs on offer are generally more career-based, including two-year and four-year programs.

Germany is one of the most popular countries for study abroad, and with good reason. In fact, it has been cited as one of the most supportive countries for international students. For one, it tends to be a very inexpensive country to study abroad in, as overseas students pay the same tuition fees as local students, and many universities do not charge any tuition fees at all.

Monday, December 26, 2016


Brief description:
The IMD MBA Future Leaders Scholarships are open to candidates who demonstrate leadership understanding and who is pursuing an MBA Degree at IMD.
Deadline: 30 September
Study in:  Switzerland
Course starts January 2017
Host Institution(s):
IMD Switzerland
Level/Field of study:
Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
Number of Scholarships:
3 scholarships are awarded each year

Students from all over the world
Scholarship value:
CHF 30,000

Various forms of electronic media are a feature of preschool life.[115] Although parents report a positive experience, the impact of such use has not been systematically assessed.[115]

The age when a given child might start using a particular technology such as a cellphone or computer might depend on matching a technological resource to the recipient's developmental capabilities, such as the age-anticipated stages labeled by Swiss psychologist, Jean Piaget.[116] Parameters, such as age-appropriateness, coherence with sought-after values, and concurrent entertainment and educational aspects, have been suggested for choosing media.[117]



Provimet e Matures nder vite

Synchronous and asynchronous[edit]
E-learning may either be synchronous or asynchronous. Synchronous learning occurs in real-time, with all participants interacting at the same time, while asynchronous learning is self-paced and allows participants to engage in the exchange of ideas or information without the dependency of other participants′ involvement at the same time.


Provimet e Matures nder vite

Gjuhe Shqipe dhe Letersi Gjimnazi
Gjuhe Shqipe dhe Letersi Profesionale 

Main articles: Educational psychology, E-learning (theory), Learning theory (education), and Educational philosophies
Various pedagogical perspectives or learning theories may be considered in designing and interacting with educational technology. E-learning theory examines these approaches. These theoretical perspectives are grouped into three main theoretical schools or philosophical frameworks: behaviorism, cognitivism and constructivism.


Matematike Gjimnazi - SHIKO
Matematike Gjuhesor - SHIKO

In practice, as technology has advanced, the particular "narrowly defined" terminological aspect that was initially emphasized by name has blended into the general field of educational technology.[11] Initially, "virtual learning" as narrowly defined in a semantic sense implied entering an environmental simulation within a virtual world,[14][15] for example in treating posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).[16][17] In practice, a "virtual education course" refers to any instructional course in which all, or at least a significant portion, is delivered by the Internet.


Testi, Filozofi                                       Skemë vlerësimi, Filozofi

Italisht, Varianti A                              Skemë vlerësimi, Italisht, Varianti A
Italisht, Varianti B                              Skemë vlerësimi, Italisht, Varianti B
Greqisht, Varianti A                            Skemë vlerësimi, Greqisht, Varianti A
Histori, Bërthamë A                            Skemë vlerësimi, Histori, Bërthamë A
Histori, Bërthamë B                            Skemë vlerësimi, Histori, Bërthamë B
Histori e Thelluar A                             Skemë vlerësimi, Histori e Thelluar A
Histori e Thelluar B                             Skemë vlerësimi, Histori e Thelluar B
Histori Baleti                                        Skemë vlerësimi, Histori Baleti
Letërsi e Thelluar A                              Skemë vlerësimi, Letërsi e Thelluar A
Letërsi e Thelluar B                              Skemë vlerësimi, Letërsi e Thelluar B
Qytetari, Varianti A                             Skemë vlerësimi, Qytetari, Varianti A
Qytetari, Varianti B                             Skemë vlerësimi, Qytetari, Varianti B
Spanjisht, Varianti A                           Skemë vlerësimi, Spanjisht, Varianti A
Spanjisht, Varianti B                           Skemë vlerësimi, Spanjisht, Varianti B
recent years have seen a surge in the number of international students wanting to study in Germany. One of the reasons for this is the solid reputation of German universities, but additional appeal certainly comes from the fact that Germany is one of few countries to offer free education at undergraduate level, for both domestic and international students.

However, if you can’t speak any German, gaining entry to public universities in Germany can be difficult. Most programs are taught in German and require proof of proficiency in the German language. What if you can’t speak German and still want to study in Germany? The good news is that there are opportunities to study in Germany in English, with a growing selection of English-language programs designed for international students.

English-language programs are already fairly common at master’s level, particularly within the social sciences and business-related subjects. They’re now also becoming a more widely available option for undergraduates – so with a bit of patience and research, you too might get the chance to study in Germany in English.

How to study in Germany in English…

International students who do not sprechen sie Deutsche may find it hard to gather the right information on how to study in Germany in English, particularly at undergraduate level. Although many students attracted to study in Germany are motivated by the free tuition, finding reputable free English-language programs at public universities is not easy. This is because the majority of undergraduate courses at German universities are taught in German.

Despite this, if you are not limited to free degrees, there are many options for international undergraduates within private institutions. While tuition fees are charged at these private schools, they can still be markedly cheaper than the average price of international courses elsewhere in the world. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) for instance, offers a bachelor’s program in mechanical engineering taught in English, at a price of €7,000 (US$7,900) per semester (two semesters per year), while ESCP Europe offers the chance to study in the capital cities of three countries (London, Paris/Madrid and Berlin) on its Bachelor in Management program for €12,500 (US$13,950) per year. ESCP Europe also offers graduate programs taught in English across all five of its European campuses (based in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and Turin), including the Master in Management and the Master in European Business programs.

If free tuition is what you’re after, there are alternative options. For these, you may need to look beyond the most famous universities in Germany, to consider institutions which are perhaps smaller, specialized or vocational in focus. For instance, you may consider Germany’s universities of applied sciences, which offer more specialized pathways of learning to create highly skilled graduates in the science and technology sectors. This option can be good for those who already have a career path mapped out and wish to get practical skills in their field alongside a recognized degree.

Before applying to a school, make sure to do some research regarding the school’s reputation in your chosen field. You should also ensure that the institution offer the right qualifications for your career, as some only offer diplomas, rather than full degrees.

To find opportunities to study in English in Germany, the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) provides an international program search tool. This allows you to sort through a whole range of international programs at all degree levels, by German universities, universities of applied sciences, arts colleges and research institutes.

German universities offering undergraduate English-language programs

There are currently a very limited number of undergraduate English-language programs at top universities in Germany. Due to the scarce nature of these programs, if you really want to study at a leading university, you may have to be a little bit flexible on your choice of program. Below is a short list of the types of opportunities available for undergraduates to study in English in Germany at universities featured within the QS World University Rankings®. This is by no means a comprehensive list, and new courses are being developed continuously, so it is important to conduct additional research yourself – using online searches, the DAAD, rankings, student sites/forums and other organizations offering advice and guidance.

Universität Freiburg
As well as offering a range of English-language master’s programs, Universität Freiburg is also one of few German universities to offer a bachelor-level degree program taught in English, allowing international students to study for a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or a Bachelor of Science (BSc), depending on their major. Universität Freiburg has a strong international reputation, ranked 121st in the QS World University Rankings® 2014/15.

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, ranked 146th in the world rankings, offers a BSc in Molecular Ecosystem Sciences which is taught in English. However, basic knowledge of German must be proven. The school also offers a number of international graduate programs.


Gjuhe Shqipe dhe Letersi gjimnazi - SHIKO
Gjuhe Shqipe dhe Letersi profesionale - SHIKO

Educational technology
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"E-learning" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Online machine learning.
Evaluation History Organization
Philosophy Psychology (school)
Technology (Electronic marking) International education School counseling Special education Teacher education
Curricular domains
Arts Business Early childhood
Engineering Language Literacy
Mathematics Science Social science
Technology Vocational


Provimi i Matures 2014 - Matematike e Pergjithshme (Shiko)
Provimi i Matures 2014 - Matematike Profesionale (Shiko)
Provimi i Matures 2014 - Matematika Gjuhesore

Professors and Students[edit]

King's College London, as engraved by J. C. Carter in 1831. One of the UK research universities, it is one of the two institutions who founded University of London in 1836.
Schleiermacher posits that professors, had to “reproduce [their] own realization[s]” so that students could observe the “act of creation” of knowledge.[37] That they serve as models of how to “intelligently produce knowledge”.[38] Professorship was awarded to distinguished scholars, and was rescindable only if guilty of a serious crime.[39] From the perspective of James McCain, president emeritus of Kansas State University, professors in 20th-century Europe were more prestigious and well respected than university professors in the US, for having much academic freedom, whilst keeping to formal relationships with the students.[40] Moreover, the professors’ professional role expanded from lecturing to investigating, thus research became “an integral part of the professor’s task”.[41]



Scholarships vs. grants[edit]
The term '"scholarship"' is sometimes used to describe any financial aid given to a student that does not have to be repaid. However, more precisely, and universally among college financial aid offices in the United States, scholarships and grants are quite different.

A scholarship is given to a student because of a reason: the student has qualified for or won it by academic, artistic or athletic ability, or by agreeing to follow a particular career, or has some special ethnic or other characteristic. Scholarships are not given for financial need alone. In contrast, a grant is an entitlement: approval is automatic if the students meet qualifications, based on financial need.


National universities
A national university is generally a university created or run by a national state but at the same time represents a state autonomic institution which functions as a completely independent body inside of the same state. Some national universities are closely associated with national cultural, religious or political aspirations, for instance the National University of Ireland, which formed partly from the Catholic University of Ireland which was created almost immediately and specifically in answer to the non-denominational universities which had been set up in Ireland in 1850. In the years leading up to the Easter Rising, and in no small part a result of the Gaelic Romantic revivalists, the NUI collected a large amount of information on the Irish language and Irish culture.[citation needed] Reforms in Argentina were the result of the University Revolution of 1918 and its posterior reforms by incorporating values that sought for a more equal and laic[further explanation needed] higher education system.