Managing Skills of the Education and Training Process of Higher Education Managers in Albanian Universities


  • Kseanela Sotirofski


Universities are institutions of knowledge acquisition, storage and dissemination. The most important source of information age is information on the application and human benefit. Therefore, it must be appropriate for the age of the vision and work of university administrators. However, in recent years, university administrators, with regard to the qualifications required, they are selected according to criteria that do not serve directly to the university. Development and change at our age, so that we can come to a position of competing with the world conditions of university administrator, is an inevitable necessity. This research has been conducted by university administrators in Albania. It focuses on educational leadership roles they perform and their level of importance as it reveals the differences and similarities between these levels. At the same time, it relates to university administrators for both countries because it is a research on educational leadership in higher education and will provide an important resource for subsequent research. In this research, it is shed light on the acquisition of qualification required for Albanian higher education administrators. Additionally, this research, may contribute to the role of leadership by the higher education administrators for the developing higher education systems. At the end of this research about Albanian universities, the results will serve educational leadership and there will be a better diagnosis of the tasks arising from it. This may affect their quality variables. Moreover, it will have an impact on managerial decisions and is intended to enhance educational quality.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2014.v3n4p499


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Sotirofski, K. (2014). Managing Skills of the Education and Training Process of Higher Education Managers in Albanian Universities. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 3(4), 499. Retrieved from



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