University St. Kliment Ohridski, Higher Medical School – Bitola


Republic of North Macedonia

“St Kliment Ohridski” University – Bitola is the second oldest state University in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and the most important institution in the area of higher education in the south-western region of our country. UKLO is seated in Bitola, but some of the University higher-education and scientific-research units are located in several centers different than Bitola, like, Prilep, Ohrid, Skopje, Veles and Kichevo.
Since its foundation (1979), UKLO has provided higher education for over 42000 graduate students. Currently, it operates with approximately 7000 students in the system. These figures make UKLO a medium-sized, yet comprehensive higher education institution with academic offer ranging among a variety of studies in the fields of Economics, Technical Sciences and ICT, Biotechnical Sciences, Tourism, Education, Health Care, Law, Security. UKLO is composed of 12 HE units and 5 accompanying members, as principle carriers of the academic and scientific-research activities.
Efforts for constant improvement are in line with UKLO’s work not only on the education of professionals, but also on scientific research and innovation and active participation in international projects for various funding organizations and programs. In this context, UKLO shows its readiness to share the longstanding experience in writing project applications, project management and reporting of outcomes, as well as long-term sustainability of project results.
Higher Medical School Bitola is part of the University St. Kliment Ohridski since its establishment in 1988. It is the oldest institution that educates health care professionals in the country. The school is well equipped for advanced training of nurses, midwifes, laboratory analysts, physiotherapists, radiology technicians and sanitary engineers. (
Higher Medical School - University St. Kliment Ohridski Bitola has highly empowered human resources, trained and experienced in all medical and health care disciplines, reach educational and research experience and good networking. The involvement of the teaching staff in several EU founded projects enriched the administrative and overall institutional capacity for project management. The mobility of students, teachers and researchers is offered within the framework of several different international programs.

Projects involved as partner

1) In4Child



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