International Cooperation

The program is based on the work done by TEMPUS and ELEMEND Projects for Development of Energy Efficiency Plans, in which UBT is part of the consortium. In addition, UBT has about 500 international partners from almost all countries of the world, with whom, since its establishment until today, it has carried out a series of joint activities, from which UBT students have benefited the most. .


The program is designed to respond to the context and demand in the labor market, as well as the preferences described by staff and students. However, the program generally includes a foundation of educational practice in the field of study. The Curriculum Committee has considered the content of similar programs from several programs in the Western Balkans and Europe. The program maintains the principles and guidelines for the harmonization of the curriculum in Europe in relation to teaching philosophy, approach and structure of the curriculum.


The following list provides an overview of how the UBT program compares with similar programs in the region and wider Europe:


  1. The University of Edinburgh, Sustainable Energy Systems MSc.
  2. Polytechnics Milano, School of industrial and information engineering, Master of Science in Energy Engineering
  3. University of Leeds, Energy and Environment MSc
  4. Reykjavik University, Iceland School of Energy, MSc Sustainable Energy Engineering.
  5. University of Montenegro, Electrical Faculty.
  6. South East European University, Energy management and development sustainable.
  7. Istanbul Bilgi University;
  8. Slovak University of Technology.
  9. South East European University, Energy management and sustainable development.