The 15th International Education Fair in Pristina has opened its doors to visitors.
More than 95 local and international educational institutions participate in the Education Fair.
Maarif Kosovo International Schools also participates in the Education Fair, where primary and secondary school students show great interest.
Maarif Schools in Kosovo, which has the largest exhibition stands in the exhibition, works by promising a promising future for all mankind through its professional teacher staff and successful student form.
In addition to the education program based on the implementation of the formal curriculum in Maaref Schools, there are international programs such as Cambridge, IM, and AP. These programs help students prepare academically and ensure that educational institutions have state-of-the-art infrastructure, smart classrooms, and laboratories equipped with the latest technology.
In addition to being a model for many institutions of the world in the field of education with the models it implements, it aims to educate students who love the country, integrate with the world, and be open to universal values, criticism and research.
The staff working in the platforms of these schools told Kosovaport that the goal of the Kosovo International Knowledge Schools, which provides education at different levels in Pristina and Prizren, is to provide a new door to the field of international education that will contribute to increased cultural interaction and pave the way for common prosperity.
The Education Fair, which takes place in the “1 Tetori” indoor gymnasium, will also open on Friday.
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