• Education Ministry awards scholarships for Ottoman Turkish language studies

    The Ministry of Education and Science has issued a call on awarding 20 full scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees to students willing to study Ottoman Turkish language abroad.

  • 200 new jobs to be subsidized with grants up to €1,500

    200 jobs will be created through a measure envisaging existing micro and small enterprises to be funded, for which MKD 18,400,000 (approximately EUR 300,000) have been set aside. New jobs in the enterprises will be financed with EUR 1,500 each.

  • Business community to help in reviving National Qualifications Framework

    Following the adoption of the Macedonian Qualifications Framework (MQF) in 2013 and the establishment of the National Board of the Macedonian Qualifications Framework last year, the next key phase is the revival of this national standard that regulates acquisition and use of qualifications.

  • British company Allocate Software expands operations in Macedonia

    Chief Technology Officer of the British company Allocate Software Iain Bishop presented future plans on expansion of operations by opening of a second office in Skopje and hiring new IT staff during Thursday’s meeting with Minister of Information Society and Administration Marta Arsovska Tomovska.