President of the International Balkan University Prof. Dr. Dr. Mehmet Dursun Erdem said, “The investments we make over time will lead to better results and together we will see IBU rise to a much higher level.”.
In the “Webometrics University” ranking, which was created on the basis of university studies in the previous academic year, the International Balkan University was the university that increased its success among universities in North Macedonia.
According to the statement released by the university, the International Balkan University has increased its success by rising 986 steps in the 2022 ranking, despite the pandemic and the conditions it has created, within the range of data that Webometrics publishes every year.
The International Balkan University, which was reported as the best private university in North Macedonia in previous years, was the most preferred foundation university in Macedonia according to the data of the State Institute of Statistics, while continuing this success this year, it also maintained its presence. Success in Webometrics data for 2022 compared to the previous year.Identified as one of the fastest rising educational institutions in North Macedonia, with 986 steps up worldwide.
To make new breakthroughs in each academic year compared to the previous year, Balkan International University has started education in the fields of Dental Faculty and School of Nursing as of last year.
The university has taken steps to adapt to the rapid change and development in education by investing in each of the newly opened faculties such as the “Smart Classroom Project”, all amphitheaters, IT laboratories, technical workshops, smart boards, and camera and audio systems that support blended learning.
Founded in 2006 for President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the Balkans International University started the region’s first digital library and largest housing project, which will be located in a large complex this year. In addition to all this, the undergraduate department “Artificial Intelligence”, which will serve the qualified workforce, will start accepting students this year.
– “Together we will see that the International Balkan University has risen to a much higher level”
Dean of the International Balkan University Prof. Dr. Dr. Mehmet Dursun Erdem stated that they will start accepting students by opening such a department in order to meet the needs of the competitive world formed by artificial intelligence and to meet the needs of the region in this direction.
Pointing out that the university’s benevolence is increasing every year, Erdem said that they continue to invest and innovate in return for this service.
As our rise in the ranking of international organizations shows, over time our investments will yield better results and we will see the rise of the International Balkan University much higher. Continuing Turkey’s honor in the Balkans, the Balkan International University has emerged to the fore in research and development activities as well as being a brand in quality education, and has made a name for itself in Turkey and the region, especially with its new and qualified faculty and publications. In addition to all this, we will continue to whiten the faces of all volunteers who follow us with investments in infrastructure, for our university to become a center for academic publishing in the Balkans, and for new faculties and programs to be opened every year.
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