Students can study Albanian language for first time at Harvard University -- May 11
Students at Harvard University can now choose to study the Albanian language for the first time as an elective subject.

Among the latest developments in Harvard is the announcement that the university has offered admission to 1,214 applicants for the Class of 2026. The university stressed that a total of 1,954 have already submitted applications for the Class of 2026, including students who have applied in the early action process.

Meanwhile, the Albanian language is also taught at other universities and colleges across the United States and worldwide.

It was reported that a considerable number of students choose to study Albanian at Mercy College. According to the director of Mercy College’s Modern Foreign Languages Program, Alan Hartman, there were more students studying the Albanian language at Mercy College than at any other colleges in New York State during November 2021. ...continue reading