Alumni-led Transmetrics [https://transmetrics.eu/] has been awarded €1.67 million grant by the European Commission in the ultra-competitive European Innovation Council Accelerator programme. Transmetrics competed with over 1,800 applications and EC selected to finance only 75 projects that truly represented breakthrough deep-tech innovations with significant societal impact. The funding will allow the company to develop its unique AI-driven logistics…Read more
We visited Campus X in Sofia to meet with alumnus Vassil Terziev ('01), who is the co-founder of Telerik, Telerik Academy and Campus X. In this video, he talks about his usual workday, the story of Telerik and his priorities as a member of the AUBG Board of Trustees.Read more
AUBG alumnus Daniel Penev (‘16) has been quite busy signing autographs, touring cities and giving interviews lately. Still, he took the time to come back to his alma mater and present his first book, “The People Changing Bulgaria,” Nov. 20 at Panitza Library.Read more
Tiny Carter Lane in the City of London felt almost like Skapto for an evening. Just steps away from the legendary St. Paul's Cathedral, AUBG alumni gathered on Nov. 19 to catch up and get the latest updates on their alma mater.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.