Albana Shabani gets 3rd place at Miss South-Germany!

By: Albina Makolli    January 16, 2014

Ever since she was little, Albana was fascinated with fashion and beauty pageants. In September 2013, she participated in “Miss Schwarzwald” (South Germany) and received third place. 

Shabani has learned that beauty pageants are not all about a beautiful shell; attitude is very important. Smiling and enjoying oneself during the show makes a big difference. The judges notice if a girl puts herself under a lot of pressure. Because of this, Shabani decided against this. She lives like any other girl, without dieting and excessive exercise. She loves candy too much to stop eating it.

When asked about how much time she spends to get ready, Shabani doesn’t have a concrete time. She elegantly diverts the topic by smilingly saying that there are more important things to do, such as school for instance. In high school she focused on business administration but enjoys languages as well. Recently, she started to learn Spanish; despite that Albana speaks German, Albanian, French and English.

When asked about her future, Albana answers that an integrated degree program in the field of international business and marketing are her next goal. Traveling and seeing different places in the world is another dream that she plans to set forth with soon.

Albina Makolli

Albina Makolli is a blog contributor. She fled Kosovo when she was four; she grew up in Germany. Albina received her under graduate degree in European studies, and then continued with a graduate program in Public Policy and Human Development at the Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. Within the framework of her graduate program she specialized in Migration studies. Last summer (2012), Albina visited Kosovo for the purpose of conducting research for her Master thesis. The data that she gathered helped her to learn more about young Kosovars’ emigration plans and concerns about their country’s economic development. This summer she returned to Kosovo to work for the IOM and UNDP joint project 'Diaspora Engagement in Economic Development'. The purpose of the study is to facilitate and incentivise Diaspora investments in Kosovo.

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