The graduation ceremony for the academic year 2022-2023 was held at the University of Tirana New York (UNYT) of the Turkish Knowledge Foundation (TMV) operating in Albania.
Celil Eren Okten, Deputy Minister of National Education, attended the ceremony, which was held in the building of the Opera and Ballet Theater in the capital, Tirana. sports Deputy Minister Albana Tuli, Ambassador of Turkey to Tirana Pilot Kacan Atay, President of TMV Prof. doctor. Birol Akgün, TMV Albania Representative Mesut Özbesar, and UNYT Rector Prof. Dr. doctor. Erkan Erdemir, Tirana Yunus Emre Institute, Director Omer Osman Demirbaş, Deputy Mayor of Tirana Anuela Restani, University administrators, academics, students and their families.
Emphasizing in his speech the impact of TMV on education in Albania and the success of students, Okten emphasized that it enhances the educational environment with modern and efficient educational institutions.
Noting that the students came together to celebrate their extraordinary achievements, which is reminiscent of the deep and sustainable partnership between Turkey and Albania, Okten said, “It is a partnership forged over the centuries by a shared history. This relationship, based on respect and a shared vision for the future, is the basis for mutual growth welfare of our people.” He said.
Toole also said that managing TMV is an added value to the university.
Pointing out that TMV has a good reputation for developing scientific research, educational methods and supporting students, Tol said, “This university is the first private educational institution established in Albania in 2002. It offers university education in all three levels of education in a variety of fields that It has a direct impact on society and the economic and social development of the country.” Use phrases.
Akgün said that as the foundation, they have been providing education in more than 440 schools in more than 51 countries since 2016.
Pointing out that UNYT is the only university under TMV, Akgün addressed the graduates and said:
“As a graduate of a prestigious university, you are always equipped to use the power of technology to seek cross-cultural experiences, connect with individuals of diverse origins, and enjoy diversity in this global environment.”
Noting that TMV is always with them to support the wishes and dreams of their students, Akgün said that they will support the programs of Albanian institutions.
Expressing their pride in witnessing a historical moment in the history of the university, Erdemir said, “We offer different educational programs in English in three faculties and nine departments in different courses such as undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral studies. We have 700 students from 17 different countries and 130 of them graduate today.” He said.
Within the scope of the ceremony, UNYT representatives and the Deputy Mayor of Tirana Al-Ristani also delivered speeches.
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