AUBG Stories

Miladin Bogetic: "I Want to Be Part of a Team of New Thinking"

Miladin Bogetic is a young diplomat who graduated from AUBG in 2003 serving a Third Secretary in the Embassy of Montenegro in Austria and Adviser to Montenegros Representative…
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Assya Varbanova: “Go Beyond Bounds and Frameworks”

Five years after graduating AUBG, Asya Varbanova has settled firmly in the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) as a Head of Office for Macedonia. The fund is…
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Codru Vrabie, Class of 1998: With Excellence Infrastructure and Faculty, AUBG Is a Great Place to Study

Civil society organizations representative at the National Integrity Council of Romania; consultant at the Romanian Institute of Training; board member of Transparency International…
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Claudia Ciobanu, Class of 2005: “AUBG Builds Lifelong Connections”

Claudia Ciobanu graduated from the American University in Bulgaria in 2005 with a double major in Political Science and European Studies. After working as a journalist for…
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Alf Eastergard: We Create Not Clerks but Rounded Professionals

Alf Eastergard first set foot at the American University in Bulgaria in 1997 after teaching accounting for several years at different U.S. universities. His most recent appointment…
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Jean Crombois: Applying a Liberal Arts Philosophy to European Studies Is a Winning Formula

Any student looking up European Studies Professor Jean Crombois professional resume before a first class with him will be impressed and maybe a little daunted at first. However,…
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Darko Lukic, Class of 2006: AUBG Helps You Develop the Right Personality for Career Success

Darko Lukics swift rise in Procter & Gamble Co. (P&G), one of the worlds largest multinational corporations, impresses many. In just under two years, Darko moved up…
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Stefan Tsvetkov: “AUBG Is the Perfect Place for a Young Person to Study”

Ever since its founding, the American University in Bulgaria has been committed to helping build a better future for Bulgaria and the region, and to nurturing the most ambitious…
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A Princeton Man Brags About His AUBG Students

“American education gives students a lot of choice"
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17,500 Kilometers Across Two Oceans Just to Be an AUBG Professor

If you are a student at AUBG going for a business major or just an enthusiast going through the whole list of courses for the semester you will see a new name next to the…
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