BEHIND EVERY SUCCESS STORY LIES A DREAM, AN IDEAL…
The success story of the International Balkan University began in 2006. The Foundation for Education and Culture “USKUP” was founded by a group of intellectuals and academicians (scholars) to establish the INTERNATIONAL BALKAN UNIVERSITY as a cultural bridge between the Balkans and Turkey, with the intent of increasing the quality level of human capital in the region.
As a provider of high-quality education, International Balkan University has adopted the mission of educating self-confident, multidimensional, socially responsible and globally competitive individuals. In addition, the university produces high-quality scientific research that will contribute to technological and economic development in the region. With this mission in mind, International Balkan University aims to become a renowned international educational institution that sees cultural diversity as an asset, and that contributes to the development and stability of the Balkans by producing the best professional individuals who are ready to compete in the workforce.
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Assistant Professor Natalija Shikova holds a doctoral degree in International Law from the Faculty of Law Iustinianus Primus, University St. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. She finished her doctoral studies in International Law in 2014, defending her Ph.D. thesis:” Secession and Internal Self – Determination”. In 2011 she was a Fulbright visiting scholar […]
Assistant Professor Natalija Shikova holds a doctoral degree in International Law from the Faculty of Law Iustinianus Primus, University St. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. She finished her doctoral studies in International Law in 2014, defending her Ph.D. thesis:” Secession and Internal Self – Determination”. In 2011 she was a Fulbright visiting scholar at George Washington University in the USA. Professor Shikova previous experience comprises: a journalist in weekly magazine; a local consultant for USA Conflict Management Group; several years working experience as community moderator within UNDP Macedonia in cluster crises prevention and recovery; project assistant on the UK Embassy technical assistance programs for building capacities for EU integration and fostering public administration reforms delivered in the Secretariat for European Affairs of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia and in the Ministry of Information Society and Administration; a program coordinator and project director in Center for Change Management (think – tank); a coordinator and project manager of EU funded projects aimed for EU Law approximation; monitoring and evaluation the programs related to public policies; human rights, conflict management and confidence-building measures .Her previous working experience aimed to enforce the rule of law; institutional capacity building and enhancing public-private dialogue. In 2016 she is elected as a full-time professor at IBU. She is an author of a book and author and co-author of articles and policy papers published in national and international journals that are dealing with the issues connected with democracy and human rights; self- determination; EU integration; public administration reforms; regulatory impact assessment. She is editor of manuals and publications. Her scientific interest is connected with public law, in particularly International Public and EU law.
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