The fields of study commonly regarded as cultural education in Albania are Arts, Humanities and Languages, Journalism and Information, and Architecture and Construction. In the academic year 2020-2167,
All educational institutions in Albania operate under the jurisdiction of the Council of Ministers and the Ministry of Education, Sports & Youth. The Council of Europe documents on Language education policy profile 2015-201768 and Country Report 201669 provide detailed information on this topic.
The UNESCO Student Mobility Number for Albania in 2018 was 17,448 post-secondary students studying abroad, representing 13.5% of all students in 2018, of which 60% were studying in Italy.
According to the National Institute of Statistics (INSTAT) the number of degrees received in Arts and Humanities for 2017-2018 were 3,512, with an increase to 3,746 for 2018-2019 and a decrease to 3,578 in 2019-202070. However, the registration statistics in education shows that for Arts and Humanities there was a steady decrease in registrations, with 14,348 registrations in 2018-2019, 12,537 in 2019-2020, and 10,972 in 2020-202171