Anglia has been operating in Kosovo since 2006, as part of Universum College, a private higher education institution in Kosovo. Anglia operates within the English Language department which is a separate unit, offering Anglia exams as well as 'English as a Foreign Language' course.
Starting from the beginning of this year, we started offering the Anglia online exams.
Anglia in Kosovo gives students the chance to attain an internationally recognised English certificate, to continue their studies abroad.
10 Interesting Facts About Kosovo
- Kosovo is the second-youngest country in the world, declaring its independence from Serbia on Feb. 17, 2008. The only country to declare its independence more recently is South Sudan, formed in 2011 from Sudan.
- The name “Kosovo” derives from the name of a place in Serbia meaning “field of blackbirds”.
- Kosovo, a landlocked country slightly larger than Delaware, is the smallest Balkan nation. About 40 percent of its land is covered by forest, and slightly more than half of its land is agricultural.
- With a median age of 29.1 years, Kosovo has among the youngest populations in Europe. More than 40 percent of the population is under 25.
- Ode to Joy, the anthem of the European Union, was played at the official declaration ceremonies of the Republic of Kosovo. The interim government decided to do this as a mark of respect to the European Union for its efforts in helping it gain independence.
- One popular food in Kosovo is Burek, A pastry stuffed with meat, spinach, or cheese, the byrek is an all-time favorite meal. Some versions include rice along with minced meat, making it a perfect all-in-one meal. The bureks in Kosovo are usually made in circular pans by alternating layers of flaky pastry with the fillings.
- The flag is unusual among national flags, as it uses a map of the country’s territory as a design element. Together with the Republic of Cyprus, Kosovo is one of only two countries whose flag doubles up as a geographic representation.
- Kosovo (10,887 sq km) is the smallest country in the Balkans and it is about the size of Jamaica (10,991 sq km) or Lebanon (10,400 sq km). Kosovo is slightly larger than Delaware.
- A statue of former U.S. President Bill Clinton stands on a street that also bears his name in Pristina, the capital. Clinton helped end the conflict in the late 1990s, and former President George W. Bush, who also has a street named for him in the capital, recognized Kosovo's independence in 2008.
- Pristina is also home to a Roman Catholic cathedral named for Mother Teresa, who was Albanian and lived in a small village in Kosovo as a teenager.
Anglia Kosovo Contact Information
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