Kosovo is known as the country of “young Europeans.” Its citizens are well-educated, multilingual, dynamic and have an abundance of entrepreneurial spirit. Kosovo’s history is both a fascinating and tragic mix of conflict, occupation and emergence as a new country in the complicated political landscape of southeastern Europe. For over a decade it has been the focus of international organizations as it emerges as a member of the community of nations and aspires to EU membership. Kosovo is Europe’s newest democracy. It is a country with a population of approximately two million people, of which 500,000 live in the capital city of Pristina. More than 50% of the population is under the age of 30 and, as a result, the city possesses a vibrant nightlife and youthful culture.
RIT Kosovo is located just outside of downtown Pristina, near the beautiful Germia National Park. The university is walking distance from most housing, restaurants and other popular Pristina locations. Public transportation is also reliable and affordable.
Detailed information about studying abroad at RIT Kosovo including dates, deadlines, housing, excursions and dining can be found here.
Students typically take a minimum of 12 credits (4 courses) during their academic term abroad. Your department advisor can review and pre-approve the RIT courses offered at RIT Kosovo to ensure that you stay on track with your individual degree program. The academic calendar aligns closely with the RIT calendar and consists of two semesters, each 16 weeks long.
Courses are available in:
- Public Policy
- Multimedia and Web Design
- International Relations
- Political Science
- Information Technology
- Legal Studies
Program Cost: Student budget worksheet for the 2020-21 academic year. Students should take a copy of this worksheet to their financial aid assistant director PRIOR to the application deadline to determine how their aid may apply to the program cost.
Fall semester - deadline April 1
Spring semester - deadline October 15