Universities Of Bulgaria

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The Medical University of Sofia was originally established in 1917.

In 1995, after number of administrative reforms, it became a medical university and received international accreditation soon after.

It is one of the largest and most prestigious educational and scientific centres in Bulgaria and in the Balkan Peninsula.

It comprises of 4 schools and 1 administrative department.

Since its foundation more than 60,000 specialists have been instructed there.

There are approximately 6,200 students conducting research and contributing to internationally recognised achievements currently.

Entry takes place in October with tuition fees costing €8,003 (Approx £7,000) per annum.

Find out everything you need to know about studying medicine at this Bulgarian university now.

The Medical University of Plovdiv is a modern public university in the southern part of Bulgaria, founded in 1945.

It is home to the “St. George Academic Hospital” with more than 1,200 beds.

It employs more than 130 highly trained professors and about 600 deputy and assistant professors, who are renowned highly published scientists.

Taught programs are offered to more than 3,800 students for Bachelor level up to Post-Doctorate programs.

Its library boasts 170,000 volumes and the university publishes the quarterly “Folia Medica”, one of the most respected medical magazines in Bulgaria.

It also runs the annual “Youth & Science” competition under the Youth Scientific Association where the best papers are awarded and published in the field of medical research.

Entry takes place in October.

Average tuition fees cost €8,003 (Approx £7,000) per year.

Trakia University is situated in Stara Zagora where its main campus and university hospital are located.

It was officially established in 1995 by merging two long standing universities.

6,500 students are enrolled with almost 600 teachers.

60 Bachelor and Master’s majors and 50 Doctoral procedures are offered.

The campus includes dormitories, restaurants, cafes, computer labs, gym facilities and a modern sports complex.

A massive brand-new library boasts over 300,000 volumes of specialised literature and digital titles.

Its English-taught medical programme is internationally acclaimed offering in house hospital training and work experience opportunities with regional centres, schools, NGOs, corporate internships and much more.

The medical department comprises of a university hospital, 20 research labs and 16 diagnostic clinics equipped with state of the art facilities.

Entry is in October and average tuition fees are €7,003 (Approx £6,000) per annum.

The Medical University of Varna was founded in 1961 and its medical facilities are the pride of Northeast Bulgaria.

Its campus enjoys a prominent place in the heart of the city of Varna, which has been voted the best city in Bulgaria.

The university is particularly celebrated in the EU within the domain of diagnostic and therapeutic education.

Since it was founded, more than 8,351 Bulgarian students and an additional 977 foreign students from 45 different countries have graduated.

The university employs more than 18 professors, 78 deputy professors and 284 assistant professors.

There are 4 hospitals associated with the university, established during the 1970s and 1980s.

Entry takes place in October or February and average tuition fees are €8,003 (Approx £7,000) per annum.

The Medical University of Sofia was originally established in 1917.

In 1995, after number of administrative reforms, it became a medical university and received international accreditation soon after.

It is one of the largest and most prestigious educational and scientific centres in Bulgaria and in the Balkan Peninsula.

It comprises of 4 schools and 1 administrative department.

Since its foundation more than 60,000 specialists have been instructed there.

There are approximately 6,200 students conducting research and contributing to internationally recognised achievements currently.

Entry takes place in October with average tuition fees costing €8,003 (Approx £7,000) per annum.

Find out everything you need to know about studying medicine at this Bulgarian university now.

The Medical University of Pleven was founded in 1974 and is a self-administrative public university.

The university includes theoretical, preclinical and clinical departments and an academic hospital with more than 1,000 beds and a vast number of specialised clinics and state of the art research units.

University accommodation and sports facilities are available on-campus.

International students from non-English-speaking countries are offered a preparatory course in English to ease their transition for the demands of their studies.

60 highly trained professors and 300 assistant professors are employed in the university.

The university library has amassed more than 74,000 volumes of medical bibliography in Bulgarian and English and is still growing.

Entry is in February and average tuition fees are €7,430 (Approx £6,500) annually.

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