Student Government

The Student Government, democratically elected by students each year, is the body that represents students’ interests. Student participation in UET governance is achieved through the inclusion of their representatives in the governing structures.

Student Government representatives

President: Desara Çili This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Egon Loli Florinda Hasani Xheni Konduri Hansi Kodra
Ervin Pere Eskja Vero Arsonela Ruçi Mimoza Prengzaj
Bekim Shehu  Kristi Progri Ledion Çela  Xhensila Luka 
Gazmend Fekolli Geralda Bici Mikel Rama  Foti Xani 
Florion Goga Berlin Jusufi  Bernard Kadena Florenc Çela 
Xhoana Ndoci  Ana Matka  Olsi Angjellari  Erjon Uka 
Nerimanda Bajraktari Ina Biçaku  Enxhi Tarrelli  Eda Begaj 

Student Government Status


  • Involvement of students and their representatives in activities of creating and improving teaching programs and curriculums.
  • Involvement of students and their representatives in activities of the teaching process.
  • Involvement of students and their representatives in UET’s governing activities.


The main objectives of student involvement in central UET activities are:


  • Their involvement in the designing process and continuous improvement of teaching programs and curriculums.
  • Their involvement in the discussion and approving process of teaching programs and curriculum in all stages.
  • Their involvement in social groups (ad-hoc) for devising new plans and programs, in all study cycles, for new branches or levels of study.
  • Their involvement in discussions for devising new teaching programs and curriculum both at faculty levels and at student council levels.
  • Organizing roundtables to gather the opinion of students on teaching programs, textbooks, basic textbooks in core subjects, as well as teaching programs content and their quality level.
  • Student engagement to assess the level, content, and quality of teaching through questionnaires, to give their opinion on the content of specific programs and subjects, teaching methods and approaches, the communication level of the teachers, effectiveness, teachers’ literature, quality in carrying out lectures and seminars etc.
  • Gathering of feedback from student evaluations and its discussion in governing entities of UET.
    Students’ involvement in governing structures like the Senate, Rectorate, Deans' offices, Ethics Council, Internal Quality Assurance Committee etc..
  • Meetings of governing authorities with students and their representatives,
  • Round tables with selected groups of students