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AUBG alumni engage in all kinds of interesting activities and take the lead in their industries. Check out the exciting story of Georgi Manolov (’14), who organizes a Masterclass in Tech Investing and find out what it takes to be successful in the world of startups.
The incoming class of 2020 is exploring one of the many stunning places around Blagoevgrad - Rila Monastery. Find out more interesting facts about the life in Blagoevgrad at www.aubg.edu/blagoevgrad
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What will the U.S. look like during Trump’s Presidency? AUBG Political Science Professor Robert Phillips shares his expert opinion on the topic in the morning show of bTV. Click below to watch.