Governing Bodies

UET’s main governing bodies are the Academic Senate, the Professors’ Council, and the Rectorate


The Academic Senate is a decision-making collegial body that handles management and organization issues with regards to the academic activity in UET. It schedules, coordinates, directs, and controls teaching and scientific research activities, and evaluates their effectiveness.
The Academic Senate meets periodically, at least 4 times a year and it is chaired by the Academic Senate President who is the Rector.

Members of the Academic Senate
    Prof. Dr. Tonin GJURAJ – Kryetar
    Prof. Dr. Luljeta Minxhozi
    Prof. Dr. Adrian Civici
    Prof. Dr. Ferit Duka
    Henri Çili, PhD
    Dr. Anisa Subashi
    Elda Papa, MA
    Dr. Holta Heba
    Zef Preçi, Ekspert i jashtëm
    Esmeralda Topuzi, studente
    Nean Muça, student
    Odeta Cacaj, studente

The Professors’ Council is a university level body. It directs the doctoral studies and scientific qualification studies for UET’s academic staff members that seek qualification with the aim to earn academic titles after the Doctor of Science degree.

Council Members
Prof. Dr. Adrian Civici – Kryetar
Prof. Dr. Tonin Gjuraj
Prof. Dr. Përparim Fuga
Prof. Dr. Luljeta Minxhozi
Prof. Dr. Ferit Duka
Prof. Dr. Engjëll Pere
Prof. Dr. Drita Kruja
Prof. Dr. Aleksandër Dhima
Prof. Dr. Nevila Nika
Prof. Dr. Kristaq Xharo

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The Rectorate is a collegial executive body, which oversees the implementation of decisions in accordance with the functions set forth in UET’s Statute.

The Rectorate is comprised of:
Prof. Dr. Tonin Gjuraj, Rector
Prof. Dr. Adrian Civici, President
Prof. Asoc. Dr. Selami Xhepa, Zv. Rector for science
Prof. Dr. Ksenofon Krisafi, Dean, Faculty of Law
Prof. Dr. Engjëll Pere, Dean of the Faculty of Economics and IT 
Prof. Dr. Ferit Duka, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Education
Prof. Dr. Luljeta Minxhozi
Dr. Holta Heba, General Secretary
Përparim Xhafa, Vice Administrator
Dr. Anisa Subashi, Dean of Stufent

Often the Rectorate organizes expanded meetings with the participation of the heads of departments.

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The Ethics Council is a collegial decision-making body in UET which functions as a permanent structure and examines various behaviors of the academic and supportive staff of the institution whether these behaviors constitute a violation of ethics or not. The Council also examines the behavior of students in their learning and research activities in the institution, whether or not constitutes it violation of the students’ ethic.
The Ethics Council has 5 members and it is chaired by the Prorector. Council members, one of whom recommended by the Students’ Council to the Rector, are chosen by the Academic Senate with the Rector’s proposal, through a selection procedure made previously public.

The Internal Quality Assurance Commission is an autonomous structure, permanent in the organizational structure of the university. IQAC evaluates periodically the effectiveness of teaching and research activities, as well as administrative and financial activities of the institution, and proposes changes for necessary improvements, based on the guidelines of quality assurance in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). This Commission has operational autonomy and access to all records of the institution, and the results of evaluations carried out are published.

IQAC’s composition

Dr. Fatri Morina, – Chair
Dr. Nazmi Xhomara
PhD. Lorena Licenji 
Dr. Sofiana Veliu
Dr. Teuta Xhindi
Msc. Anton Lulgjuraj
Msc. Krisela Ngjela
Msc. Xhoana Zeqo
Studente. Megi Ruka
Studente. Ageda Shiba

External Expert: Prof. Dr. Adriana Gjonaj

The boards of the Job Market are established at department-levels and consist of 5 to 7 members, who are managers, administrators of private enterprises or public institutions, as well as former UET students, employed in these institutions. Before the start of each academic year, the boards consult the programs of study and curriculums, to ensure their compliance with the requirements of the labor market. At the end of each academic year the boards engage to ensure the effectiveness of professional practices, internships and other activities associated with students’ exposure to the labor market.