Rama with the beneficiary students: Scholarship equal to the minimum wage, obligation to stay in Albania for 3 years after studies

16:58 09/02/2023 The Prime Minister of the country, Edi Rama, held a meeting with the students who benefited from the new scholarship program. During his speech, Prime Minister Rama raised the concern regarding Albanian students who choose to study in Albania, while pursuing a professional career abroad. Rama took as an example the Faculty of … Read more

December 6 protest/ Berisha: Opportunity to express your voice in front of the EU leadership, I invite pupils and students

12:32 25/11/2022 In a press conference, the chief democrat Sali Berisha once again invited all Albanians to participate in the protest that will be held on December 6, the day that the European leaders will be in Tirana for the EU-BP summit. Sali Berisha: As you have felt and ascertained, the protest of December 6 … Read more

Kushi call for students: Apply for scholarships, they are equivalent to the minimum wage (Criteria)

12:52 23/11/2022 After the meeting of the Council of Ministers, the Minister of Education Evis Kushi has called on all those students who meet the 3 main criteria, which she emphasized again, to apply for a scholarship that will be equivalent to the minimum wage, also to be exempted from study fees. Khushi also said … Read more

From students, to 1000 soft loans and new water supply, Veliaj presents the main points of the 2023 budget for Tirana

16:52 02/11/2022 The head of the Municipality of Tirana, Erion Veliaj, has started a round of unit-by-unit consultations for the presentation of next year’s draft budget. In the meeting with the residents of Unit 1, Veliaj showed the main points on which the investments and services for this area will be focused. The mayor said … Read more

Rama: 200 to 400 students will benefit from a minimum wage scholarship

17:58 28/10/2022 Prime Minister Edi Rama, during a meeting with young people in Burrel, stated that the excellence fund will be made available to students in Albania. According to him, the government has calculated that there are between 200 and 400 students who can benefit from a scholarship equal to a minimum wage. According to … Read more

Fury as education regulator tells universities marking students down for bad spelling is ELITIST

Fury as education regulator tells universities that marking students down for bad spelling is ELITIST Academics have been told that insisting on good written English discriminates  Some universities have been adopting so-called ‘inclusive assessment’ systems Regulator wants to reduce gap between white and black student attainment rate  By Julie Henry For The Mail On Sunday … Read more

Students must be allowed to return to campus, university chiefs tell Boris

University chiefs have urged Boris Johnson to allow students to go back to campuses this month after the Prime Minister failed to mention their plight in his press conference on Monday. Boris Johnson this week confirmed that from April 12, non-essential shops, gyms, hairdressers, zoos and theme parks in England can reopen – while pubs and … Read more

Two hundred partying students turn Sandbanks into ‘Wild West’ as they spit at police

Two hundred partying students have been slammed for turning the millionaires’ resort of Sandbanks into the ‘Wild West’ as they spat and bottled police officers. Brawls broke out and police officers were assaulted during the illegal beach party attended by sixth form students in Poole Harbour, Dorset, on Thursday night. One 19-year-old reveller who suffered head … Read more

Students at Pimlico Academy in London stage protest over new headteacher’s ‘racist’ uniform policy

Pupils’ list of demands which school ‘agreed to’   A statement purporting to be from the pupil protesters breaks down their ‘demands’. An extract from this document is shown below –  DISCRIMINATION   We believe the school has unfairly targeted groups of students. The school should protect marginalised races, religions and other groups instead of target them.  … Read more

Students at Pimlico Academy in London stage protest over ‘racist’ uniform policy

Students at Pimlico Academy in London chant ‘we want change’ as they stage protest over ‘racist’ uniform policy they say penalises students with afros and bans ‘colourful hijabs’ Videos of pupils taking action at London school widely shared on social media The school told parents and students of the uniform policy in a letter last … Read more