Finance & Accounting bachelor programs by Canadian Institute of Technology (CIT): Canadian Institute of Technology (CIT) also known in Albanian as “Instituti Kanadez i Teknologjisë” (“IKT”) is a leading research and educational institution conveniently-located in the heart of Albania, the capital city of Tiranë. CIT’s teaching programs are conducted entirely in English and on-par with the North American and European standards of higher education. Our qualified domestic and international academic staff possess previous teaching experience in a number of universities abroad as well as real world experience in the development and implementation of business and technology. Find extra information on IT Network & Cyber Security bachelor programs.
Your decision to enroll at University College “Canadian Institute of Technology” will be a life-changing event. Here are some key reasons why you should consider your university education with us: Academic Study in English. CIT curricula and teaching are conducted in English only, providing the additional benefits of improving your English language skills without extra costs. Having fluent English is a great plus when looking for new employment opportunities and access to an international career.
Adriola Faqolli has 12-years teaching experience as lecturer in different universities. She graduated as a Computer Engineer in Istanbul University, Turkey. She has received a Master of Science in Software Systems Engineering from a double degree program in two universities, RWTH University in Germany and University of Trento, Italy. In 2016 she received the PhD diploma from PhD program “Managing Information Systems” in University of Tirana, Albania. Her research interests span in the field of Database Design, Machine learning, Data Mining, Data Science etc. Adriola also has a strong background in Software Systems Engineering field in the industrial sector. She has managed technical departments and important projects related to digital transformation in the companies where she has worked. She is very helpful to the students by illustrating the knowledge that she delivers with practical use cases from the industry.
Habib Hamam obtained the B.Eng. and M.Sc. degrees in information processing from the Technical University of Munich, Germany 1988 and 1992, and PhD degree in Physics and applications in telecommunications from Université de Rennes I conjointly with France Telecom Graduate School, France 1995. He has a postdoctoral diploma, from Université de Rennes I in 2004. He is an OSA senior member, IEEE senior member, and a registered professional engineer in New Brunswick. He is, among others, editor in chief in CIT-Review Journal and associate editor of the IEEE Canadian Review. His research interests are in optical telecommunications, Wireless Communications, diffraction, fiber components, RFID, information processing, data protection, COVID-19, and Deep learning.
Fabian Zhilla is a lecturer of Law in both Faculty of Economy and the Faculty of Engineering. Mr. Zhilla is also a senior advisor on criminal markets and organized crime to Global Initiative against Transnational Crime in Western Balkans. He also consults EU projects on the rule of law and has contributed to several studies on terrorism and cybercrime in Albania. Fabian is awarded both the Fulbright Scholarship and Chevening Scholarship for his postgraduate studies. In 2017 he was a visiting scholar at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University. He wrote his PhD in Law at Kings College London in 2012. Fabian also led a three years project on the study of organized crime in Albania under the auspices of Open Society Foundation, 2013-2017.
Prof. Dr. İsmail KOCAYUSUFOĞLU started his career at Anadolu University – Eskişehir – Turkey, Department of Mathematics, in 1986. He graduated as a valedictorian student. Then he got an MSc degree in 1988 at the same University. Due to his success in his Master’s degree, he was granted a scholarship for a Ph.D. degree in the USA. Prof. Dr. İsmail KOCAYUSUFOĞLU attended ALA (American Language Academy, Pueblo-Colorado in 1989. He started his Ph.D. at Michigan State University, East Lansing (1990-1991). He then transferred to Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA. He received his Ph.D. in at Lehigh University-USA in Mathematics (Geometry) in 1993. Prof Kocayusufoglu was awarded as Prof. Dr title at Eskişehir Osmangazi University – Turkey in 2006; at the International University of Sarajevo – BiH in 2012; at the International Balkan University – North Macedonia in 2013. Read additional information on https://cit.edu.al/.
Alfons Harizaj is a professor of mathematic at Canadian Institute of Technology. He obtained his graduate degree in mathematic (1988) from the University of Tirana, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Albania. Dr. Harizaj received his Ph.D. in mathematic (2017) and master of science in Numerical Analysis (2008) from the University of Tirana. He teaches math courses in the Faculty of Engineering. Dr. Harizaj has published university textbooks for engineering and economy study programs, university textbooks for professional study programs, and many papers and presentations in scientific journals and conferences. His experience also includes being a member of numerous professional committees and research advisory boards.
Altin Hoti has a PhD in International Economy from the Faculty of Economy, St Petersburg State University. Altin has completed his postdoctoral studies in Development Economics from George Washington University. He holds a second level degree in Economics for foreign relations from St. Petersburg State Technical University. He has more than 12-year teaching experience in higher education institutions in Albania and abroad. Altin delivers subjects such as International Trade and Logistic, Management Information Systems. His research area is Development Economic, International Economy, Economic Relation and he has more than 20 scientific articles published. He has also received a number of reviews and one of them is also a senior researcher from European Union Research Center of Business School, The George Washington University.