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Seventh “FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY” donation campaign from April 1-21, 2019 will take place in the Library foyer.
You decide how many of the displayed books to take and how much you are willing to donate to the Library. Your contributions will be used for purchasing new books.
Feel free to also bring us your personal books that you are not able to take home with you. They might be a good addition to our collections. Thank you!
We do believe in your generosity and care!
Great Supporters Create a Great Library!
For your weekend read, check out this wonderful article about Plovdiv by The New York Times’ travel columnist Sebastian Modak ✈️
We are happy and grateful to be recognized for our commitment to supporting Bulgaria's socially conscious future leaders
Last week AUBG hosted the Media Literacy Summer Camp, jointly organized by Асоциация на европейските журналисти - България (AEJ) and Fulbright Bulgaria, in partnership with the U.S. Embassy Sofia.
Here’s our recap of the project that brought together Bulgaria’s aspiring journalists and media professionals from around the globe.
Congratulations to Yana Velkova ('08) for being accepted to one of the most prestigious MBA programs in the world: the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University!
Yana's studies will be supported by AUBG through the Tchaprachikoff scholarship, a scholarship opportunity for Bulgarian alumni who get accepted to a top U.S. graduate school.
Read our short interview with Yana, where she reflects upon her professional and academic endeavours.