June 6-8, 2013

Prishtina, KOSOVO


How to reach Prishtina


For Kosovo no entry-visa is required.

There are several possibilities to travel to Prishtine

By Air:

Several Airlines e.g. Austrian, Adria Airways, Malev, British, Turkish, Swiss,… have flights to Pristina. For detailed information, please visit: http://www.airportpristina.com/en

Arrival from Airport to Prishtine city

Prishtina International Airport (PIA J.S.C) is located 18 km south west of Prishtine and 3 km south of Slatina and not father than 80 km from other cities. The time of the journey is approximately 20 minutes to Prishtina.

The organizers will provide a free Shuttle bus service from PRN Airport to the hotels and the conference site.

By Car:

You can drive to Pristina either via Montenegro, Serbia, Macedonia, Greece or Albania. The roads are in reasonable good conditions, but calculate some time on the borders. 
You can enter into Kosovo from:


By Bus:

There are several bus-companies operating from some cities in Europe to Prishtina. There is a regular lines for the bus (on daily basis) from all capitals of neighboring countries such as Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia to Prishtine. As well as from Istanbul to Prishtine and vice-versa.
There are also direct bus links from most cities in Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, and Bosnia.



UBT - Higher Education Institution
Lagjja Kalabria p.n. 10000 Prishtina  
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +381 38 541 400
Fax: +381 38 542 138



Kosovo stretches between the 42°and 44°parallels of the northern hemisphere and between 200 and 220 meridians. Kosovo is situated in the central part of the Balkan Peninsula. Southeastern Europe. It covers a surface of 10908 km and inhabits a population of over 2 million. Over 40 % of its inhabitants are of 0-15 age. Its population is multiethnic of which 92% Albanian, 8% other (Serbs, Turks, Bosnian, Romas, Ashkali, etc.) The Albanian population belongs to three religions: Muslim, Catholic, and Orthodox.

Kosovo has inherited a rich cultural and spiritual wealth as testified by the archaeological finds within the territory from various periods in time. Archaeological discoveries of the Neolithic period also prove that the Illyrians as predecessors of Albanians stretched widely in the Illyric Peninsula. The climate and temperatures in Kosovo vary during the year depending from the four seasons. The winter is with snow and low temperature, e.g. the average temperature in Prishtina is -2°C. Spring and autumn are cool and with falls, while summer is hot and dry with average temperature of up to +22 C. extreme temperature in Kosovo during the year reach between -25 °C and +38°C.

University for Business and Technology Prishtina 

Prishtina became the capital city of Kosovo after World War Two and an important political, administrative and university centre. In Middle Ages Prishtina was an important trade centre. Today the city has over 500,000 inhabitants living in a narrow space. Prishtina also has its international airport and good road and railway connection with neighboring countries. In the vicinity of 15 km in the south of Prishtina the town Ulpiana was discovered built in Roman times and rebuilt by Emperor Justinian.

UBT - Higher Education Institution 

UBT - Higher Education Institution has combined all the advantages of innovative universitiesin the world. Contemporary study programs licensed and accredited according to international quality standards, internationally recognized degrees, partnership with well known universities and institutions from EU and USA, opportunities for experiences abroad (professional studies and practices), modern infrastructure, modern organization and management of the university (in compliance with ISO 9001), direct link to economy, scientific and research projects with international character, transfer of high technology, as well as high motivation of students and personnel, make UBT a modern university in Europe.