International Membership

AAB College plays such a role as a leading institution in the region. Broad presence in prestigious network organizations and universities are the goals of the College for the coming years and are part of our strategy for the years 2018-2023. These activities will make the College raise its international profile by being involved in the globalized further education sector. AAB College organizes co-organization of a wider range of activities that are students and academic staff.

AAB College is a member of:

The purpose of the MCO is to collect information, express opinions and prepare documents related to the respect and protection of the values and fundamental university rights defined in it and signed in Bologna in 1988 by 388 Rectors of major universities from the whole world. The Magna Charta Observatory works together or in agreement with other national, European or international organizations that have similar or equally acceptable aims. More information on the website:

The European University Association (original: EUA) represents more than 800 universities and national rectors’ conferences in 48 European countries. AUE plays a crucial role in the Bologna Process and in influencing EU policies on higher education, research and innovation. Through continuous interaction with a number of other European and international organisations, AUE ensures that the independent voice of European universities is heard.

AUE offers unrivaled opportunities for members to share best practices by participating in projects, events and other mutual learning activities involving a wide range of universities. The association also offers members unique opportunities to shape European policies and initiatives affecting higher education and research


Alliance Française de Prishtina is a local NGO founded in 2002 as the French Cultural Center, which became Alliance Française in 2011. It is the only exam center in Kosovo that offers DELF-DALF certificates, which are valid for life and known around the world. Alliance Française is a space dedicated to the promotion of the French language, francophone culture and cultural exchanges between France and Kosovo.

The Embassy of France in Pristina runs a comprehensive range of consular services for local, French and international citizens in Kosovo. The Department for Cooperation and Cultural Action of the Embassy supports the development and advancement of the teaching of the French language in schools and the development of cooperation between French and Kosovar universities.

The European Law Faculties Association (ELFA) was founded in 1995 in Leuven, Belgium, by more than 80 law faculties established in various universities across Europe. The association today has more than 150 members from countries within Europe and beyond. ELFA acts as an international forum for the discussion of legal topics related to legal education, negotiates and signs cooperation agreements with government agencies and educational entities in Europe and abroad.


The Albanian Institute of Sociology is a non-public research institution, independent from public administration, state, political or religious institutions. It does not pursue political, commercial, business or religious purposes. The Albanian Institute of Sociology works in close partnership with the Albanian Sociological Association (SHSSH).


The Diplomatic Academy of Kosovo is an independent institution that, in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo, aims to develop the (diplomatic) professional skills of diplomats and other civil servants who deal with international issues or work in an international environment. Through these activities, the Diplomatic Academy will strengthen Kosovo’s capacities to promote its interests and participate effectively in the international environment.