_Albanian alumna Ina Gjika (’15) has just been accepted to Ivy League school Cornell University where she will study Applied Economics and Management at the Cornell Dyson School. There, Gjika will further pursue her interest in development economic issues. We reached out to the alumna to learn more about her professional and volunteer experience and hear about her time at AUBG. _Read more
_In addition to studying Political Science and International Relations and completing a minor in French, Yelyzaveta Glybchenko__ (’18) is one of the first AUBG students to pursue a Self-Designed major. With the support of her professors, she devised a major in Identity and Peacebuilding and as part of her graduation project launched Color Up Peace – an art-for-peace platform that aims to “employ visual art-making for peace work and conflict transforma…Read more
_Dobromir Dragotinov (’19), who studied Business Administration and Economics at AUBG, is among this year’s winners of the Tchaprachikoff scholarship [https://www.aubg.edu/scholarships-for-alumni]. Just like Anna Dimitrova [http://www.aubg.edu/news/tchaprachikoff-scholar-anna-dimitrova-19-aubg-helped-me-shape-myself-as-a-critical-and-ethical-thinker/], he was admitted to one of the world’s top graduate programs in finance at the Simon Business School…Read more
_Every year, the Tchaprachikoff Scholarship Fund [https://www.aubg.edu/scholarships-for-alumni] at AUBG supports Bulgarian graduates with scholarships to pursue a Master’s degree at a top U.S. school. One such alumna is Anna Dimitrova__ (‘__19), Business Administration and Journalism and Mass Communication major at AUBG, who will study at the prestigious Simon Business School - University of Rochester. We talked to her to hear more about what helped h…Read more
One of AUBG’s main goals is to promote the interests of its students and the friendly interaction among them after their graduation. Alumni are a very important part of the AUBG family and we strive to offer them a variety of ways to remain connected with each other and the community.
With thousands of graduates and undergraduates worldwide, it is important to maintain the bond between the University and its alumni and to provide them with meaningful ways to interact after leaving AUBG. A dedicated Alumni Affairs Office constantly works to develop and improve the relationship between the University and its former students.
Our website presents you with useful information on how to engage with the University and the rest of the alumni body around the world. You can explore different opportunities such as on- and off- campus events, local gatherings, networking possibilities and ways to contribute.