Fan Noli University

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University Fan Noli
Universiteti i Korçës
Established 1971
Rector Gjergji Mero
Admin. staff 94 full time and 115 adjunct
Students 4,000
Location Korçë, Albania
Website www.unkorce.edu.al

The Fan Noli University is a university based in Korçë, Albania. It is composed of the following schools:

  • Agricultural school (started in 1971)
  • Teaching school (1992)
  • Business school (1992)
  • Nursing school (1994)
  • Tourism school (based in Pogradec and started in 2009)

The university was created as the Higher Institute of Agriculture of Korçë which had started in 1971. On January 7, 1992 two other schools were opened: the Teaching School and the Business School. In 1994 the university was given the name of the Albanian founder of the Albanian Orthodox Church and former Prime Minister of Albania, Fan S. Noli. That same year the Nursing School started. In 2009 the School of Tourism opened in Pogradec.

The Fan Noli University has approximately 4,000 students and 94 full-time professors (out of whom over 60% have PhD degrees), and 115 instructors.

The studies of the university are organized full-time and part-time and have two cycles as per the Bologna Declaration. In the academic year 2009–2010 there are 18 curricula followed.[1]

The university offers master programs in the Teaching and the Agricultural schools[2] and is member in the Balkan Universities Network.

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http://www.unkorce.edu.al

Coordinates: 40°37′39″N 20°47′07″E / 40.62750°N 20.78528°E / 40.62750; 20.78528