At the American University in Bulgaria, we care about staying in touch with our alumni. We strive to offer you a variety of ways to remain connected with your Alma Mater and the AUBG alumni network. Our goal is to always keep you updated about all the exciting news, developments, and events happening on campus and beyond.
AUBG Alumni Directory
AUBG Alumni Association (AAA)
- Yordan Karabinov ('97), President
- Miroslav Arnaudov (‘11), Vice President
- Ljubomir Radev ('99), Tresurer
- Aleksandre Metreveli (’08)
- Asya Velichkova ('20)
- Darin Drossev (’99)
- Karina Kristich ('18)
- Stefan Ivanov ('17)
- Valya Nadova (’13)
- Venelina Miteva ('13)
- Vera Iordanova (’98)
- Yavor Kiryakov ('12)
Want to stay in touch with AUBG alumni? AUBG class reunions and the alumni challenge are a great way to catch up!
Every year AUBG representatives visit major U.S. cities to meet alumni, friends and prospective students. Check your email and the AUBG Facebook page for invitations and more information.
Can’t join us in Bulgaria? We are coming to you! Learn about the latest developments at the university and spend an evening with fellow alumni and friends of AUBG over food and drinks after business hours. Check your email and the AUBG Facebook page for invitations and more information.
The Alumni Lecture Series provides students with the opportunity to meet AUBG Alumni who are now active professionals and find out how they advanced their careers. If you are interested in being our guest speaker, send us an email at
Inspire High School Students
Alumni Mentoring Program
Give back. Alumni Pledge
All future alumni donations will count towards the Alumni Pledge.
Scholarships for Alumni
Tchaprachikoff Scholarship Fund
A very successful Bulgarian-American, Anna Tchaprachikoff believed that education is the key to Bulgaria’s future and that AUBG graduates are particularly well prepared to participate in Bulgaria’s economic development. She therefore established a multi-million dollar fund which will provide support to Bulgarian students admitted to top American universities.
The Scholarship Committee reviews applications on a rolling basis. As funding is limited, apply by March 1 for full consideration.
AUBG alumni who have been accepted into an eligible graduate program can apply by sending the following information:
- Letter of Acceptance from a top 20 school/program as ranked by U.S. News and World Report;
- Financial Aid Award/Student Bill showing the amounts payable;
- Letter of interest, including date of graduation from AUBG, plans for graduate study, expected date of completion;
The Tchaprachikoff Scholarship has made it possible for me to pursue my dreams
Dobromir Dragotinov (’19), Simon Business School - University of Rochester