Becky Hayes, a U.S. student who spent 2013 on a study abroad program at AUBG, recently shared her impressions of Eastern Europe with the Huffington Post. In her article “Seven Reasons to Study Abroad in Eastern Europe,” Hayes talked about the biggest advantages of choosing Eastern Europe, and especially AUBG, as an education destination.Learn more
U.S. Ambassador to Bulgaria Eric Seth Rubin and the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Daniel Mitov wished the best of luck to the AUBG class of 2016. A total of 224 bachelors from 20 countries and 20 EMBA candidates received their diplomas at the Twenty-Second Commencement Ceremony in Blagoevgrad on May 22, 2016.
Among the speakers at the ceremony were the chair of the Board of Trustees of AUBG Ivan Manev, the university president Stratsi Kulinski as well as Bulgarian student Mariya Boteva, this year’s senior speaker.
“Receiving an acad…Learn more
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Back in the day, Alexander Lapshin (’16) arrived as a freshman at AUBG with a desire to pursue a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. However, Lapshin, who is originally…Read full story