Employment

UNIVERSITY BUSINESS COLLEGE in fulfillment of its mission and strategic vision regarding the meeting point of the academic offer with the demand of the labor market not only enables students to perform professional internships, but after graduation enables them to take the first steps towards employment and development of their professional career.

This is made possible thanks to the collaborations and partnerships that the UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS has with the associations of professional categories according to the study programs it offers, accounting offices, law firms as well as medium and large enterprises, inside and outside the country. UCB has an interactive role with business actors, local and foreign, in the context of information exchange, development of professional practices, knowledge transfer, thus being an added value among Albanian higher education actors.

Success in employment is the confrontation and finalization of the work of the management staff of our institution and in this context the institution is deeply interested in pursuing policies related to the employment and career development of its students. During July 2018, the Student and Career Office at UCB conducted a study regarding the employment of UCB graduate students for the period 2012-2018. This study came out with some measurable results regarding the employment status of students as follows:

**Employment according to the profile “Finance Accounting” is as follows:**

**Accounting Finance 2012-2013;**

51% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 89% of them are employed;

**Accounting Finance 2013-2014;**

100% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out 100% of them are employed;

**Accounting Finance 2014-2015;**

68% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 81% of them are employed;

**Accounting Finance 2015-2016;**

86% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 92% of them are employed.

**Accounting Finance 2016-2017;**

83% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 91% of them are employed.

**Accounting Finance 2017-2018;**

92% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 97% of them are employed.

**Accounting Finance 2012-2018;**

The survey of graduate students shows that 92% of them are employed in the profession.

**Note: 17% of students are self-employed.**

Employment according to the profile “Business Management” is as follows:

**Business Management 2012-2013;**

53% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 88% of them are employed;

**Business Management 2013-2014;**

67% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 96% of them are employed;

**Business Management 2014-2015;**

63% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 100% of them are employed;

**Business Management 2015-2016;**

72% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 100% of them are employed;

**Business Management 2016-2017;**

96% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 100% of them are employed;

**Business Management 2017-2018;**

95% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 100% of them are employed;

**Business Management 2012-2018;**

From the surveys of graduate students and it turns out that 97% of them are employed in the profession.

**Note: 19% of students are self-employed.**

Employment at the Faculty level over the years is as follows:

**Academic years 2012-2013;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economics during 2012-2013 it results that 88% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2013-2014;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economics during 2013-2014 it results that 98% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2014-2015;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economics during 2014-2015 it results that 90% of them are employed;

**Academic year 2015-2016;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economics during 2015-2016 it results that 96% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2016-2017;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economics during 2016-2017 it results that 96% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2017-2018;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economics during 2017-2018 it results that 98% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2012-2018;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Economics during the years 2012-2018 it results that 94% of them are employed;

**Note: Over 90% of employees work in the profile of completed studies.****Note: These statistics are based on data declared by the UCB graduate students themselves**

**Employment according to the profile “Criminal Law” is as follows:**

**Criminal Law 2012-2013;**

90% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 93% of them are employed;

**Criminal Law 2013-2014;**

81% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 89% of them are employed;

**Criminal Law 2014-2015;**

100% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 100% are employed;

**Criminal Law 2016-2017;**

100% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 87% are employed;

**Criminal Law 2017-2018;**

83% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 89% are employed;

**Criminal Law 2012-2018;**

From the surveys of graduate students during the period 2012-2018 and it results that 91% are employed.

Note: Over 70% of employees work in the profile of completed studies.

Note: About 11% of students are self-employed.

**Employment according to the profile “Civil & Commercial Law” is as follows:**

**Civil & Commercial Law 2012-2013;**

100% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 83% of them are employed;

**Civil & Commercial Law 2013-2014;**

80% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 100% of them are employed;

**Civil & Commercial Law 2014-2015;**

75% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 76% of them are employed;

**Civil & Commercial Law 2015-2016;**

87% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 85% of them are employed;

**Civil & Commercial Law 2016-2017;**

89% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 93% of them are employed;

**Civil & Commercial Law 2017-2018;**

75% of graduate students were surveyed and it turns out that 91% of them are employed;

**Civil & Commercial Law 2012-2018;**

From the surveys of graduate students during the period 2012-2018 and it results that 88% are employed.

**Note: Over 80% of employees work in the profile of completed studies.****Note: About 7% of students are self-employed.**

**Employment at the Faculty level over the years is as follows:**

**Academic years 2012-2013;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Law during 2012-2013 it results that 88% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2013-2014;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Law during 2013-2014 it results that 95% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2014-2015;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Law during 2014-2015 it results that 88% of them are employed;

**Academic year 2015-2016;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Law during 2015-2016 it results that 85% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2016-2017;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Law during 2016-2017 it results that 90% of them are employed;

Academic years 2017-2018;

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Law during 2017-2018 it results that 90% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2012-2018;**

From the surveys of graduate students at the Faculty of Law during the period 2012-2018 it results that 89% of them are employed;

**Note: About 9% of students are self-employed.****Note: Over 80% of employees work in the profile of completed studies.****Note: These statistics are based on data declared by the UCB graduate students themselves.**

**Employment at the Institution level over the years is as follows:**

**Academic years 2012-2013;**

From the surveys of graduate students at KUB during 2012-2013 it results that 88% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2013-2014;**

Surveys of UCB graduate students during 2013-2014 show that 96% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2014-2015;**

Surveys of UCB graduate students during 2014-2015 show that 89% of them are employed;

**Academic year 2015-2016;**

Surveys of UCB graduate students during 2015-2016 show that 91% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2016-2017;**

Surveys of UCB graduate students during 2016-2017 show that 93% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2017-2018;**

Surveys of UCB graduate students during 2017-2018 show that 94% of them are employed;

**Academic years 2012-2018;**

Surveys of UCB graduate students during the period 2012-2018 show that 92% of them are employed;

**Note: About 10% of students are self-employed.****While over 85% of graduate students work in the profession.**

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