Prishtinë, Kosovë

The city of Pristina has always been an area in flux with people coming and going. It has been inhabited for nearly 10.000 years.[6] The early Neolithic findings dating from the 8th century BC were discovered in the areas surrounding Pristina such as: Matiqan, Gracanica and Ulpiana.[6][7][8] In the Roman period, Pristina was part of the province of Dardania and nearby Ulpiana which was considered one of the most important Roman cities in the whole Balkans, became a Roman municipium in the 2nd century AD.[6][9] The city was damaged by an earthquake in AD 518 and it was again rebuilt by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian I who renamed it Iustiniana Secunda.[6] By the arrival of Slavs in the 6th century, the city fell again in reconstruction.[6] During the 14th and the 15th century, Pristina was classified as an important mining and trading center on the Balkan market due to its position near the rich mining town of Novo Brdo. Pristina was famous for its trade fairs and items, such as goatskin and goat hair, as well as gunpowder produced by artisans from Pristina in 1485.[6] ...


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UBT - Innovative Campus

UBT was established in Prishtina, Kosovo in October 2004 by Prof.Dr. Edmond Hajrizi. The institution was built on the previous experience of the Institute of Enterprise Engineering and Management (IEME). The College holds the license of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) No.808/02-1 dated 18.10.2004. UBT College is based in Prishtina, Lagjja Kalabria PN. It operates four campuses: UBT Prishtina, UBT Innovation Campus, UBT Prizren and UBT Ferizaj. It is also supported by its centres in various other cities in Kosovo. The College has holds both institutional and programme accreditation by Kosovo Accreditation Agency to offer about 30 undergraduate and graduate programms in areas of business, computer science, social science, architecture, engineering and arts.


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