The University of Bolton BSc (Hons) Psychology, Psychotherapy and Counselling programme at New York College is now accredited by the British Psychological Society!
Our affiliated UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON, in the 40 best Universities in the British Universities ranking for the academic year 2022-2023, according to the Guardian, occupying, in particular, position 38
NEW YORK COLLEGE Glorious Graduation Ceremony with Distinguished Guests and Keynote Speaker the Earl of St. Andrews, Chancellor of the University of Bolton
According to the Guardian, the UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON, which collaborates in Greece exclusively with NEW YORK COLLEGE, will continue its meteoric rise in the ranking of British universities in the 2021-2022 academic year.
Honorary Doctorate awarded to the former President of the Albanian Republic, Professor Rexhep Meidani from the University of New York Tirana, part of the New York College Educational Group
The University of New York Tirana, part of the New York College Educational Group, awarded the title of “Honorary Doctorate” to Professor Rexhep Meidani, former President of the Albanian Republic, in a ceremony that took place on the University grounds.
Prominent political and academic figures attended the ceremony, including former President of the Albanian Republic, Mr. Alfred Moisiu, the former President of the Albanian Parliament, Mr. Skender Ginousi, as well as friends and colleagues of Professor Meidani.
Professor Meidani has a degree in Physics from the University of Tirana and the University of Caen in France, and a double doctorate from the University of Paris XI and the University of Tirana. Professor Meidani has partaken in the writing of a series of books and science articles both within and without Albania. He is a member of the Academy of Science of the Republic of Albania and is considered to be among the country’s top scientists.
UNYT Rector, Dr. Fatos Tarifa, introduced Professor Meidani, while NYC Educational Group President, Mr. Elias Foutsis,bestowed the award due to an unexpected emergency that resulted in the Minister of Education’s inability to attend the ceremony.