AAB students Agnesa Qorri and Njomza Pllana continue their master studies in Norway
22 July 2019
Cooperation with international partners in the field of higher education is one of the top priorities for development here at AAB College, so that our students have easier access to studies or work in Europe and beyond. Two Master’s students of Mass Communication at AAB College were selected to attend a semester of studies at the Mass Communication Faculty in Norway.
Agnesa Qorri and Njomza Pllana, have benefited from the Erasmus + Program and the agreement signed by our College and NLA University College.
Njomza, now a professional journalist at Klan Kosova, is happy about this opportunity offered to her: “This scholarship is the opportunity of a lifetime created by AAB College. Without a doubt, at a university like NLA, I will broaden my knowledge on journalism, and at the same time challenge myself by competing with journalists from all over the world with whom I will study together. I think AAB has prepared us at a global level where I am confident that there will be no difference in knowledge or skill.”
Meanwhile, student Agnesa Qorri highly praised AAB College for providing this opportunity: “AAB College has made me feel extremely valued as a student. The abilities and academic knowledge I have received during the bachelor and master’s degree in AAB have prepared me for the continuation of my Master’s degree in Media and Communication University in Norway.
After completing this semester and returning to Kosovo I intend to continue my studies and specialize in the field of media freedom, using a country like Norway as a reference, where media freedom is ranked amongst the top in the world.”
Njomza and Agnesa will be among dozens of other AAB College students who are attending semester-based studies in various study programs and fields at prestigious European universities.
AAB College congratulates students and wishes them health and success during their studies in Norway!