The YCS Project

U prethodnih deset godina, bili smo podrška u naporima da se izgradi profesionalna, odgovorna i apolitična državna služba na svim nivoima na Kosovu. To postižemo tako što mladim i ambicioznim ljudima dajemo mogućnost da, studiranjem u najuglednijim obrazovnim institucijama Evropske Unije, povećaju šanse u svojoj karijeri. Ljudima sa Kosova ,,Young Cell Scheme” pruža mogućnost dobijanja stipendija, pohađajući različite magistarske i specijalističke programe (MA, MSc i LLM). Projekat odgovara potrebama i zahtevima Vlade Kosova za sprovođenje Sporazuma o stabilizaciji i pridruživanju, omogućavajući javnim administracijama da dobiju grupu mladih i stručnih ljudi usavršenim na EU univerzitetima, koji su po povratku ugovorom obavezani da, najmanje tri uzastopne godine, rade u okviru državne službe na Kosovu.

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“YCS is a golden opportunity scheme for young Kosovars willing to advance their academic level. It is an engine that helps you reach your potential and prepares you for the bigger professional world. I am very thankful and honored to have had the possibility to experience a high quality European education through YCS. More importantly, it equipped me with additional knowledge and skills that I now effectively apply in my daily work. It is an investment for a brighter future of Kosovo, and critical to contributing in the socio-economic development of our country. YCS equals a world-class education and literally connects you with the most important state mechanism, that of public administration. The bettering of some of our key public institutions is due to the enormous positive results that this scheme has provided for nine consecutive generations. Specifically, YCS is the bridge between education and development; it is itself the most effective process of public administration reform.”
- Armend Kelmendi – YCS Round IX

Current position: Senior Officer for Public Administration Reform, MSc in European Politics and Policies, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.

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