Linnaeus University starts a new school
The Linnaeus University has received almost 10 million Swedish crowns to start and develop a research school in the IT field in Kosovo. The project starts in the fall and extends over three years.
- The Faculty of Technology has been collaborating with universities in the Western Balkans since 2006 through exchange projects. The idea of contributing to the development of a postgraduate education came in conjunction with our exchange with the University for Business and Technology, Kosovo, in the fall of 2018, says Anita Mirijamdotter, professor of informatics at Linnaeus University and coordinator of the project.
IT is a national priority development area in Kosovo but despite this there has been no research training in the IT area.