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The most attractive reasons to consider Bulgaria for your higher studies, and potentially for your new forever home


It's delicate spirit is influenced by its deep history, rich culture, and contemporary world trends. Sofia is vibrant and - being one of the oldest cities in Europe, reflects the diversity of its inhabitants through the centuries, from Roman, Greek, and Ottoman ruling.

Very communicative and now modern, Sofia will offer you anything you can think of. From calm and quiet study-friendly locations to trendy coffee shops, plenty of outside spaces, a lot of greenery, and well developed social scene. 

Here is placed Medical University Sofia. One of the best universities in the Bulgaria.


Medical University Sofia is public university in SofiaBulgaria which was founded in 1917. It is the oldest institution for higher medical education in Bulgaria. 

Its diploma is internationally recognized and is valid anywhere in the world.

Medical University tuition fees in Bulgaria or medical university fees in Bulgaria vary from 7500 to 8000 Euro/year for a long program of medical study in English.

To apply to this university you must meet certain requirements.

Sofia City - the Capital lady


Varna is the third large city in Bulgaria. It is exciting and cosmopolitan; it combines port city, good family-life vibe and a proper seaside resort benefits. It is excellent for a young professional to thrive in a modern environment and balance between some serious studies and colourful social life.

Locating in Varna will unlock your access to many other costal gems, as the Black Sea Bulgarian border is not so long, but yet full of wonderful places to visit and enjoy.

Varna also offers good amount of culture and history, and trendy restaurant options.


Varna University of Management is an international university

located in VarnaBulgaria.

Its primary campus is in Varna. The university awards bachelor's and master's degrees in the fields of business and marketing, information technology, tourism, hospitality management, and culinary arts.

VUM is the highest-rated university for international students in Europe.

Today VUM offers programs, taught entirely in English, in cooperation with universities in countries such as the UK, Switzerland, France, Norway, the Netherlands. 

Medical University Varna is a Bulgarian state school for higher education dedicated to training specialists in the fields of medicine and healthcare who graduate with the educational and qualification degrees of MasterBachelor and Professional Bachelor. 

The Medical University of Varna is the first university in Bulgaria to implement the EFQM® model for Business Excellence of the European Foundation for Quality Management in 2008. The diplomas issued by the University are recognized in all the European Union countries.

Varna - the pearl of the sea

Stara Zagora

This is the sixth-largest city in the country, and it is located in the historical region of Thrace. The city was founded in 342 BC by Phillip II of Macedon. It has been the ground of many battles and other catastrophies, the worst amongst which was when the city was burned down during the Russian-Turkish liberation war. Even though it was tragic, Stara Zagora has managed to revive and is now a developing city, with welcoming and open minded people, low living costs and the best Veterinary base in the whole country. 


The Trakia University of Thrace University is a Bulgarian university in the city of Stara Zagora.

It was named after the historical region of Thrace and was established in 1995. 

The university organizes training in programs with four educational and qualification degrees: Bachelor, Master, and Ph.D., as well as on programs for qualification and post-graduate training in the system of lifelong education. 

Stara Zagora - a whisper from antiquity


The 2019 European Capital of Culture was not accidentally given this title. Plovdiv has earned its reputation of the hot cultural wheel of Bulgaria, having the edge of combining ancient culture with inteligent open-minded youth. Music and art are flourishing in the city thanks to a lot of events and festivals. The Old Town tells stories and secrets kept for centuries. The food in some places is out of this world, and the nature around is a perfect escape from a busy day. Plovdiv's Old Town and famous hills are the reason why many people visit the area for even one-day trips to walk around and fill their Instagram fields.


The Medical University in PlovdivBulgaria was established in 1945.

It includes the Faculties of MedicineDental medicinePharmacy, Public Health, a Department of Languages and Specialized training, a medical college and a hospital with 2000 beds. Facilities include laboratories, clinics and units for diagnostics and treatment, research activities and training of medical and dental students. The Central University Library offers the students 170,000 i volumes in many languages

Plovdiv - culture trippin'


Pleven - a perfect match

 Pleven is the seventh most populous city in Bulgaria. Located in the northern part of the country.

It is the biggest economic center in Northwestern Bulgaria. As of the 2021 census, its population is 89,823.

Internationally known for the siege of Plevna of 1877, it is today a major economic center of the Bulgarian Northwest and Central North and the third-largest city of Northern Bulgaria after Varna and Ruse.

Pleven boasts cultural, leisure and sporting facilities of the highest quality. Life in Pleven is never dull. There is a vast array of things to do and places to go, with pubs and cafes to cater for every conceivable taste.

The international railway Sofia — Bucharest — Moscow runs through Pleven.  


Medical University Pleven is one of the four medical universities in Bulgaria. It is the only university in Pleven and was founded in 1974 on the basis of the former regional hospital established in 1865.

The university unifies a large modern preclinical base, a hospital with specialized clinics, and research sections.

It has two faculties, the Faculty of Medicine covering the subjects of medicine and rehabilitation and occupational therapy, and the Faculty of Public Health covering health care, as well as a college.

There are also two hostels with a total of 315 beds in two- and three-bedrooms.

In 1997 the university added an English language Medicine program designed for international students. 

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