IBCM students at SPACE project in Finland

As a result of the membership in the European Network for Business Studies and Languages (SPACE), IBCM provided seven of its students with an opportunity to participate in the SPACE project, hosted by the Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences (MAMK) in Mikkeli, Finland. During the three-week period, with their colleagues from several other European countries, IBCM students attended lectures given by experts from various international institutions. Their focus for the duration of the project is seeking the most optimal business solutions for local Finnish companies with businesses in areas of digital development.


As a result of cooperation between SPARK, Lillebaelt Academy for Professional High Education, University College Lillebaelt and European Network for Business Studies and Languages SPACE, in 2010 International Business College Mitrovica was established. The aim of the college was and still is, to provide opportunities for development of business skills for its students. Desire for continuous training, development of personal and professional skills, learning according to international standards and a willingness to co-operate in a multicultural environment are aptitudes integrated into the curriculum of the IBCM. Through its three educational profiles, by working in accordance with leading trends in the field of science and practice and by educating students in English language, IBCM provides its students with the basis for successful international business career. By fully engaging its motto “From Theory to Practice” and combining it with interactive collaboration between teachers and students and scholarship opportunities for those who excel, the IBCM remains recognizable throughout the region.

International Accreditation of the IBCM study programs, received from EVALAG in 2013, allowes IBCM students to enter European business market. Cooperation with the LIillabaelt  Academy of Professional High Education and a network of European educational institutions offers IBCM students the possibility of international internship and competitiveness in the labor market.

Dori“We strive to support our students on their path to success, to improve their skills and create the foundation for a successful business career on national and International level both,” says Dori Pavlovska – Gjeorgjieska Coordinator of the business department at IBCM.

A successful student is the best proof of IBCM performance.

“As a student of IBCM I got a unique opportunity to use acquired skills and knowledge, upgrade them abroad and finally apply them in a specific workplace. Ambition, clear goal, desire for personal and professional development, in combination with the education and internship gained at the IBCM are a proven way to successful career “says Biljana Krsmanovic Student Helpdesk Officer at Tietgen Kompetence Center in Odense, Denmark.

This year IBCM will enroll its 6th   generation of students.