We know that moving abroad may be a big challenge, especially if you are wondering what to study and which university to choose. Leave your doubts behind as Bulgaria offers a wide range of Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs in English! Furthermore, some Bulgarian universities offer study programs in German, French and Russian. The obtained diplomas are internationally recognized and will open many doors for you!
The course duration and tuition fees vary depending on various factors. We advise you to check the webpage of each Bulgarian university so that you find more details about all study programs there are. Your average day as an international student in Bulgaria would depend on what you study and where you study. Most people choose to move to Sofia or Plovdiv – the biggest cities in Bulgaria. Usually, students have lessons between Monday to Friday and the academic year is divided into two semesters – a winter semester and a summer semester. The average university schedule includes lectures and seminars, but it is often the case that students take part in internships organized by the university. At the end of each semester, there is an exam session. The longest break is in summer (around 2 months) – this is when most students fly back home to see their family and friends or take part in various internships to gain deeper knowledge in the field of their interest.
If you are not sure what study program to choose or you do not know how to apply for admission, make sure to contact our team and request a free individual consultation – we will be happy to help you become a student in Bulgaria!
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