International Balkan University
Established in 2006
Skopje
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sao@ibu.edu.mk
+389 2-55-15-000
+389 2-26-00-004
International Balkan University
Founded in 2006 as a not-for-profit and foundation-owned university in North Macedonia, International Balkan University today is the largest private university in North Macedonia.

  • Top ranked private university, according the Shanghai Jiao Tong University Ranking conducted for higher education institutions in North Macedonia for the academic year 2013/2014
  • Top ranked university in the field 'teaching and learning', according the Shanghai Jiao Tong University Ranking conducted for higher education institutions in North Macedonia for the academic year 2015/2016
3000+
Students
150+
Staff
21
Bachelor Programs
14
Master Programs
2
Doctoral Programs
1
English Language School
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Degree programs
Taught in English language
Undergraduate programs
  1. International Economic Relations
  2. Management
  3. Architecture
  4. Computer Engineering
  5. Industrial Management
  6. Civil Engineering
  7. Legal Studies
  8. Political Sciences
  9. Psychological Counseling and Guidance
  10. English Language Teaching
  11. Turkish Language Teaching
  12. Psychology
  13. Public Relations and Marketing Communications
  14. New Media and Communications
  15. Graphic Design
  16. Visual Arts
  17. Fashion Design
  18. Dental Medicine
  19. Nursing
  20. Midwifery
  21. Banking and Finance
Tuition fees: 3500–6000 Euro/year
Graduate programs
  1. International Economic Relations
  2. Business Administration
  3. Architecture
  4. Computer Engineering
  5. Industrial Management
  6. Structural Engineering
  7. Adminsitrative Law
  8. International Law
  9. Clinical Psychology
  10. English Language Teaching
  11. Turkish Language and Literature
  12. Public Relations
  13. Graphic Design
  14. Visual Arts
Tuition fee: 3000 Euro/year
Doctoral Studies
  1. Turkish Language and Literature
  2. Economics
Tuition fee: 3000 Euro/year
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sao@ibu.edu.mk
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Requirements for enrolment
Bachelor's degree
Copy of passport
Copy of high school diploma
Сopy of high school transcripts
Further documents required in the procedure of acquiring student visa (temporary residence permit) and equivalence of the diploma from previous education are conducted with the support of the IBU Legal Affairs Office (lao@ibu.edu.mk)
Key dates and deadlines
June 15 – July 15, 2021
First term
August 1–31, 2021
Second term
September 15–30, 2021
Third term
Public life
Skopje
HISTORY The name of Skopje is derived from an ancient name that is attested in antiquity as Latin Scupi, the name of a classical era Greco-Roman frontier fortress town of Thracian (Paeonian) origin. At the end of classical Antiquity and during Middle Ages, the Romanized population called the city Scupi or Scupia. By the times of the Ottoman Empire occupation the official name was Üsküp (Ottoman Turkish: اسكوب), but the Romanised population continued to call it Scupi. The later on established Serbians called it Skoplje (Скопље) from the time of the Royal Yugoslavia between 1912 and 1941. Under the Kingdom of Bulgaria (1941–1944), the city was called Skopie (Скопие). Since 1945, the official name of the city in Macedonian has been Skopje (Скопје), reflecting the Macedonian Cyrillic orthography for the local pronunciation.
GEOGRAPHY Skopje is located in the Skopje statistical region of northern Macedonia, in the centre of the Balkans, approximately halfway between Belgrade and Athens. The Vardar River, which originates near Gostivar, flows through the city then flows south passing the border into Greece and eventually flowing into the Aegean Sea. The Vardar valley consists primarily of hills and mountains. The city covers an average length of 23 kilometers (14 miles) from east to west and 9 km (6 mi) from north to south. Skopje is located at an elevation of 225 m (738 ft) above sea level. The city's land area is 1,854 km2 (716 sq mi).
CLIMATE The climate of Skopje is usually classified as continental sub-Mediterranean, while according to the Köppen climate classification it has a humid subtropical climate (Cfa), with a mean annual temperature of 13.5 °C (56 °F). Precipitation is relatively low due to the pronounced rain shadow of the Prokletije mountains to the northwest, being only a quarter of what is received on the Adriatic Sea coast at the same latitude. The summers are long, hot and humid, while the winters are short, relatively cold, and wet. Snowfalls are common in the winter period, but heavy snow accumulation is rare and the snow cover lasts only for a few days. In summer, temperatures are usually above 31 °C (88 °F) and sometimes above 40 °C (104 °F). In spring and autumn, the temperatures range from 15 to 24 °C (59 to 75 °F). In winter, the day temperatures are roughly 6 °C (43 °F), but at nights they often fall below 0 °C (32 °F) and sometimes below −10 °C (14 °F).
Contact the university:
sao@ibu.edu.mk
+389 2-55-15-000
+389 2-26-00-004
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