_Forbes Bulgaria talked to alumni Boris Angelov ('19) and Nikolay Pohlupkov ('19), who manage AUBG's Acceleration Program Elevate [http://www.aubg.edu/news/one-of-a-kind-aubg-acceleration-program-to-support-student-entrepreneurs/]. The accelerator helps student and alumni entrepreneurs start their first businesses through financial support, workshops and mentorship. The interview has been translated from Bulgarian. _Read more
Oscar-nominated filmmaker David France's "Welcome to Chechnya," [https://www.welcometochechnya.com/] a poignant documentary that tells the stories of LGBTQ people persecuted in Chechnya, has been receiving global recognition. After premiering at Sundance, where it won the special award for editing, the HBO original film had its international premiere at Berlinale [https://www.berlinale.de/en/programme/programme/detail.html?film_id=20200…Read more
We continue our Alumni Talks series with JMC graduate Florina Ivanova (‘15). Sports news anchor at Bulgaria’s first private TV station bTV, Flori is already among the media’s most recognizable faces. Recently, the AIPS Sport Media Awards [https://aipsawards.com/single-news?id=125]ranked her in the top five young reporters in the world for her film “Mission 'Golden Girl.'” The film itself was among the top 30 in the world, next to production…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.