Trebisht (Macedonian: Требиште) is a municipality in the Bulqizë District, Dibër County, eastern Albania. The population at the 2011 census was 993. Within the municipality, the village of Trebisht consists of the three neighborhoods of Trebisht-Mucin, Trebisht-Bala, and Trebisht-Celebi.
Trebisht's etymology is Albanian, being a binary word composed by the union of the word Tre(Albanian for three) plus bisht(Albanian for tail), as it could be translated in English in 'Three-Tails'.
In 2009, a Macedonian language school opened in Trebisht, however these courses were met with fierce opposition from local authorities who called for the school to be shut down. Intervention from the Albanian Ministry of Education and from the Albanian Prime minister, Sali Berisha, ensured that the Macedonian language courses were able to continue education over 200 young Macedonians in their native Macedonian language.