University American College Skopje

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University American College Skopje
Motto American Style. American Way. American College.
Established 2005
Type Private University
Rector Dr. Marjan Bojadziev, PhD
Academic staff
101 (2010/2011)
Students 1,006 (2010/2011)
Undergraduates 856 (2010/2011)
Postgraduates 150 (2010/2011)
Location Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Campus 4,000m2
Nickname UACS

The University American College Skopje (UACS) is a university established in 2005 in the Republic of Macedonia.

Infrastructure and technology[edit]

The University has invested heavily in technology, furniture and other supporting infrastructure to enable smooth operation of the plant to foster greater understanding and learning amongst all students.

The premises of UACS encompass 4,000 m2.

As the student body enlarges, more facilities are allocated for their use and constant investment is needed to provide quality education for the student body. The University Library is constantly procuring new books for the student body, as well as the local community. The exclusive contract which was struck for right to purchase books from Pearson, Prentice Hall and their subsidiaries, has allowed students at UACS to purchase quality textbook at reasonable rates.


  • School of Business Administration
  • School of Political Science
  • School of Law
  • School of Computer Science and Information Technology
  • School of Architecture and Design
  • School of Foreign Languages

Library resources[edit]

The library of UACS has 1500 titles or 6500 books.

Since 2008, the Library of UACS started with publishing. The first book which was issued is Osnovi na Statistika by Evica Delova, and after that UACS library has continued with publishing of other books: Makroekonomija by Tome Nenovski, Decentralizacija na vlasta vo Republika Makedonija by Sapuric Zoran, Kon Univerzitetite od Tretata Generacija by Hans Vizema, Zivotna sredina I oddrzliv razvoj by Zoran Sapuric, and others. Besides these books, the library has published a number of readers and scripts (23) and eight books in electronic form, according to the rules laid down by the home library (NUL) in Macedonia, which also contained in the Rules of Publishing UACS.

Student council[edit]

The Student Council helps share students’ ideas, interests, and concerns with the teachers and principal. It also helps students raise funds for school wide projects.


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