Kosovo United States Alumni is a nonprofit association, established in 2007 with the help of the U.S. Embassy in Kosovo and its founding board. KUSA is an association of more than 1300 members that had the opportunity to receive scholarships of U.S. Government-funded exchanges and training programs to study in the United States of America. KUSA operates as a democracy that values its members who are making significant contributions by sharing skills and best practices acquired during their U.S. exchange experience with colleagues and communities across Kosovo.
As KUSA grows with new members annually, so does the scope of our activities. As an organization, our goal is to be able to offer each member the benefits you get from being registered as Alumni in KUSA. For this reason, it is very important for us to have updated information on our members. We […]
Kosovo has confirmed cases of infection with Corona Virus COVID-19, therefore; due to the precautionary measures taken by the Kosovo Government and Kosovo Health Authorities, KUSA announces the temporary suspension of all activities from 03/16/2020 until further notice. KUSA Staff will be active and respond to all emails, so feel free to write or contact […]
The National Museum of Kosova, in collaboration with ZERO1, U.S. Embassy Pristina, Kosovo, and the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, is pleased to announce the open call for participants in American Arts Incubator – Kosovo. AAI — Kosovo consists of a series of art and technology workshops taught by visiting American artist Lori Hepner focused on […]
Every year KUSA seeks to recognize and award a KUSA alumna/alumnus for their outstanding results in sharing their accomplishments and experience with the Kosovar community. This award aims to celebrate exemplary alumni who have been driving forces of change in their communities for the last years.
Each year, KUSA aims to create an engaging environment for our Alumni and encourage them to contribute towards civil society involvement and development with regards to Kosovo’s reform efforts in economic, social and cultural spheres. One activity that fosters this principle is Alumni Talks. Alumni Talks is an annual activity, held four times during the […]
On September 27, 2019, KUSA hosted students from all over Prishtina at the “Prishtina School Clubs” fair, where KUSA alumni, local companies, students and parents discussed what activities are possible at the new afterschool Technology, Debate, Art, and Outdoors clubs. The curriculum and club guideline developed by KUSA members and experts of the field was […]