Panitza Library is a favorite place where AUBG students have the opportunity to meet and discuss important matters with outstanding representatives of the political, cultural and business elite. Last night our honored guest was H.E. Mr. Shinichi Yamanaka, Ambassador of Japan to Bulgaria, who presented the educational reforms in Japan and their impact.
One of the most beloved AUBG events – the Student Faculty Research Conference “Fellowship of the Mind” – will take place on April 22, 2017 for the eleventh time. The main objective of the "Fellowship of the Mind" Conference at AUBG is to provide a forum for discussions and dissemination of research accomplishments, and to promote interaction and collaboration among students and faculty. The yearly event also satisfies accreditation standards in Bulgaria for more visibility of student and faculty research. Find out more in the link below.
More than 70% of AUBG students take advantage of Work and Travel (WAT) programs that help them finance their education, travel in the USA and meet people from all over the world. Join our webinar on April 5 and meet with AUBG students who will share their Work and Travel experience with you. Sign up for the webinar with the login details for your AUBG online application at http://bit.ly/2oumTwc or watch it at http://bit.ly/2mM4NJE Join AUBG and become a part of a wide network of graduates, 99.8% of whom are employed or in grad school, 65% get two or more job offers at graduation, and 20% earn more than $100,000/year.
During the past weekend AUBG hosted an event in Georgia, where our fellow alumni, prospective students and Georgian schools representatives gathered together for an informative night about AUBG and the opportunities it gives. Find out more about the event below (in Georgian).