Aims and Objectives

The Faculty of English Language has designed specific programs taking into consideration market demands from local, regional, and global development trends and labor market demands. The program is designed based on the most important factors and measurable indicators of the need for economic development and new job opportunities in the local and international markets.

Input sources to design the English Language program were taken starting from the National Employment Strategy and the National Economic Development Plan as well as the views of private business in Kosovo. The process of designing the programs also took into account the creation of modern infrastructure and the selection of academic staff with excellent experience and knowledge in the field of the English Language. In this case, new infrastructure has been built, the existing infrastructure has been renovated, the technology for proactive learning has been modernized on the electronic platform “Moodle” and the learning environment has been equipped with necessary tools and adequate books for modern professional study.

The English Language Program is a program accredited by international experts in the field of English Language and Literature, as well as by the Accreditation Agency of the Republic of Kosovo for the period 2021-2024.

Accreditation is a process that has the task of identifying whether the programs are adequate, meet all national and international academic norms and standards, and that they are necessary programs for economic development and the labor market.


The main goals of the program are:

  • To prepare students to build a career in the field of their profession in the public, private and non-governmental sector;
  • To offer a series of modules that cover the foundations of knowledge to approach professions that are more or less related to the sphere of education and culture;
  • Enable acquisition of research skills and experience for language and literature in public, private and other organizations;
  • To develop the concept of critical thinking in students;
  •  Enable students to participate in lectures as actively as possible and do independent research in all fields including social, educational, cultural and scientific organizations;
  • Enable the development of personal communication skills, research and other important skills needed for employment.
  • Program Objectives


The learning outcomes in the English Language program are in line with the National Qualifications Framework and the European Qualifications Framework for higher education. Consequently, knowledge, skills, practice, and responsibilities are the main points on which our results and expectations are based. With this in mind, students are first expected to gain knowledge in the main aspects of English Language Studies and related fields and to be able to use this knowledge to achieve the required results. This means incorporating facts, principles, processes, and thinking skills. Second, they will be able to follow a set of practices and thinking skills to take responsibility for applying knowledge in practice and completing the tasks required of them. This will be enabled through the use of information on the selection of methods and materials as well as their proper application. Finally, they must be able to take responsibility for their tasks to achieve the desired results at this level.


In this way, based on the description above, the objectives of the Bachelor of English Language program prepare students so that upon successful completion of their studies, they will be able to:


  • Recall the main events, steps, dates, or vocabulary words
  • Demonstrate understanding of facts, explain concepts, summarize, and interpret.
  • Apply acquired knowledge in new situations and conduct research
  • Analyze and break down information, and understand relationships
  • Evaluate and make judgments about ideas, and assess credibility
  • Ensure a range of cognitive skills for a deeper understanding
  • Understand and apply different sentence structures in writing
  • Write coherent and well-organized paragraphs with appropriate language and style
  • Create persuasive essays and short stories with character development
  • Analyze grammatical and syntactical structures for accurate translation


By the end of the fifth and sixth semesters of the Bachelor of Arts, English Language Program and Specialization in Translation, students will be able to:

  • Learn about key events from the historical period, order the steps in a scientific process, and memorize important dates or vocabulary words. Source: Bloom Taxonomy
  • Demonstrate understanding of facts and ideas, explain a concept in their own words, summarize the main ideas of a text, and interpret the meaning of a historical event. Source: National Qualifications Framework of Kosovo. Score 2 aligns with the EQF and Bloom’s Taxonomy
  • Apply knowledge gained to new situations and apply scientific principles to conduct research and use historical information to analyze a current event. Source: National Qualifications Framework of Kosovo.
  • Analyze and break down information into parts, understand the relationships between parts, analyze the motives of a character in a novel, compare different economic theories, and examine the causes and effects of a specific event in history. Source: National Qualifications Framework of Kosovo.
  • Evaluate and make judgments about the value of ideas or materials, evaluate the credibility of a source, critically evaluate the validity of an argument, and judge the effectiveness of a strategy in solving a problem. Source: National Qualifications Framework of Kosovo.
  • They ensure that a range of cognitive skills are targeted, leading to a deeper and more comprehensive understanding of the subject. Source: European Higher Education Area
  • Understand and apply different types of sentence structures in writing and explain the purpose and characteristics of different genres of writing. Source: National Qualifications Framework of Kosovo.
  • Write coherent and well-organized paragraphs on a specific topic and apply appropriate conventions of language and style in different types of writing (formal, informal, academic). Source: National Qualifications Framework of Kosovo.
  • Create a persuasive essay or argumentative piece about a social or environmental issue and develop and write a short story, focusing on character development, plot, and setting. Source: National Qualifications Framework of Kosovo. Score 2 aligns with the EQF and Bloom’s Taxonomy
  • Analyze the grammatical and syntactic structures of the source and target languages to facilitate accurate translation, expand their vocabulary in both source and target languages, enabling them to choose appropriate and accurate equivalents in context during translation, analyze different types of texts (literary, technical, legal, etc.) and understand the specific challenges that each type presents in translation. Source: National Qualifications Framework of Kosovo. Score 2 aligns with the EQF and Bloom’s Taxonomy.

This program, among other things, exposes students to authentic language use through access to authentic texts, videos, audio recordings and online resources from real contexts and empowers the student to take control of their learning process and study at speed and pleasure. their own. So they can access learning materials anytime and anywhere, allowing for flexibility and enjoyment in learning.