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Academy of Physical and Sports Education Vojo Kushi

Sports University of Tirana
UNIVERSITETI I SPORTEVE TË TIRANËS
Established 1960[1]
Type Public
Rector Vejsel Rizvanolli
Location Tirana, Albania
Website [1]

The Academy of Physical and Sports Education Vojo Kushi, is an academy in Albania that trains fitness teachers and sports specialists. It awards Masters and PhD programs.

The academy started in 1960 with special Decree of the Council of Ministers Nr. 394, dated 28.09.1960. One year later it was named Vojo Kushi.

The University has these faculties:

  • Fakulteti i Shkencave të Lëvizjes;
  • Fakulteti i Veprimtarisë Fizike dhe Rekreacionit;
  • Instituti i Kërkimit Shkencor të Sportit.

Controversy

In 2012, the University was involved in a mini-scandal related to the elections for the new rector.[2]

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ [2] History from the Official Website
  2. ^ Skandali, Universiteti i Sporteve e vetmja shkollë publike pa rektor


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