_Read the essay of Natalia Chicu ('20) who won third prize in this year's University Council Competition [http://www.aubg.edu/news/aubg-announces-university-council-essay-winners-for-2020/]. The topic for 2020 was "How might we use what has been learned from the coronavirus pandemic to advance humanity?"_Read more
_We are publishing the first prize winner in the University Council Essay Competition 2020 [http://www.aubg.edu/news/aubg-announces-university-council-essay-winners-for-2020/]. Iliyana Nalbantova ('20), who also won last year, offers a thoughtful analysis on "how might we use what has been learned from the coronavirus pandemic to advance humanity," which was this year's topic. _Read more
For a second year in a row, Iliyana Nalbantova (’20) got the first prize [http://www.aubg.edu/news/uc-essay-competition-2020-read-iliyana-nalbantova-s-winning-work/] in the AUBG University Council Essay Competition [https://www.aubg.edu/financial-aid-office-external-opportunities]. What helped her win this time were her thoughtful reflections on this year’s topic, 'How might we use the learnings from the coronavirus pandemic to advance humanity?&…Read more
_Meet alumna from North Macedonia Bisera Savoska: a theater lover, a person who launched her company at 23 and a marketing expert who works with the world’s top organizations to bring social change. _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.