Positive, cheerful, helpful. These are the three words I would use when talking about Blagovesta Mihaylova Momchedjikova (’96). We met on a Saturday morning and even though we were seeing each other for the first time, it felt like we had been longtime friends. She greeted me with a smile, which did not fall off her face during the one hour talk we had.Read more
May 2010. A team of diplomats is returning home from their mission in Vienna. In the private jet of the Government of Montenegro, a foreign minister talks to a 29-year-old diplomat. “Think about it. If you want to go, we will send you for four years. You will have your first posting abroad!” said the minister, inviting a young man to the embassy in Washington, DC.Read more
Who knew that boys get older too? Turns out that not only do they get older, but they are also up to some remarkable things. AUBG alumni Anton Georgiev (’15) and Petar Trifonov (’13), known together as the indie rock band _hug or handshake_, have just released their second song. And while neither hugs nor handshakes are recommended at the moment, a few listens to _Blaze of Sorry_ will definitely lighten up your lockdown mood.Read more
It is noon on Sunday, Oct. 11. Lora Bogoeva ('10) is sitting on the terrace outside her apartment, waiting patiently for the interview to start. Her cat is winding around her legs. The weather in Cyprus is around thirty degrees, and the sun is shining. There are several green palm trees on the street that contribute to the whole summer atmosphere.Read more
AUBG alumni strive to make a difference in the region and the world. The majority of our graduates start their careers almost immediately in a variety of social, economic, IT and political spheres. Others continue their studies in master’s and doctoral degree programs at top universities in Europe and the U.S.
Our graduates excel in professionalism, discipline and expertise—all gained through a skills-oriented education.
According to the fall 2016 AUBG alumni placement and salary survey, 99.8 per cent of the AUBG graduates are employed, 65 per cent get two or more job offers at graduation, 20 per cent earn more than $100,000/year, 11 per cent own or partner in companies, 50 per cent attain graduate degrees and 20 per cent of experienced alumni in the U.S. earn more than $250,000/year.