The European University of Tirana (UET) is fully compliant with the requirements and criteria of the Bologna Charter and it is the first non-public university in Albania to offer the third cycle of studies (PhD. Research, innovation and staff mobility are a foundation and central part of the institutional development strategy of UET university. In order to undertake the highest level of the scientific research toward public policy-oriented research, the European University of Tirana is based on its wide range of expertise in social sciences, humanities, economics, information technologies, education, and communication. As the university enters its second decade of its establishment, UET is tasking proactive steps to upgrade its strengths and to address any potential constraints. In particular, UET is focused on improving scientific output published in internationally ranked journals and strengthening international cooperation for academic staff mobility.
In this context, UET has reformatted and consolidated its scientific journals from 5 to 3, in order to maximize the use of academic resources and to produce better research and in line with international standards. Specifically, UET published two international scientific journals: Economicus (ISSN: 2223-6295), Polis (ISSN: 2223-8174), Medicus (ISSN: 2663-7758). Economicus publishes research in the field of economics, development and IT, while Polis publishes research in humanities and social sciences. The journals such as Justicia, Educatio, and Sociological Analysisare no longer published and are included in Polis journal. Economicus, Medicus and Polis journals only publish articles in English, rely on a ‘double blind peer review’ process for article selection, and have dedicated websites where they publish articles that can be read for free.
For more information on UET’s scientific journals and their publishing rules, you can navigate to their respective websites: