AUBG’s Fall ’21 semester will begin on Sept. 7 with hybrid classes.
If the university achieves a 70% vaccination rate, it can move to regular on-ground classes and remove masks and social distancing. If the COVID-19 virus spreads among unvaccinated students, the university may have to shift classes online and ask students to leave campus.
Students can choose whether to attend hybrid classes or study entirely online, and whether to live on or off-campus. Decisions are final and valid for the duration of the semester. Students who have chosen hybrid mode may switch their studies entirely online only due to medical reasons.
Read the latest COVID-19 entry restrictions by the Bulgarian Ministry of Health here.
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Dr. Slaveyko Djambazov, PhD (EMBA '10)
International healthcare expert in health investments and policies
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