Located in the second largest city in Bulgaria, Plovdiv University is also the second largest Bulgarian university, after Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski. Plovdiv University was named in honor of the Bulgarian historian Paisiy Hilendarski.
Plovdiv University is structurally divided into the following faculties: Biology, Economics and Social Science, Mathematics and Informatics, Education, Physics, Languages and Literature, Philosophy and History, Chemistry and Law.
Over 7,500 full-time and 5,000 part-time students are enrolled in the programs and courses by the university’s eight faculties.
How to apply
Foreign students can find detailed information related to the admission procedures at the official website of Plovdiv University. It is important to note that foreign students are subject to tuition fees. Also, since the official teaching language at the university is Bulgarian, students are advised to improve their Bulgarian language proficiency before applying. For Bulgarian Language courses they can contact Mr. Lachezar Yankov – Vice Director of Foreign Languages Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information students can contact the International Relations Office.
Exchange students and scholarships
Plovdiv University has active cooperation agreements with several universities. It is also a member of the Erasmus mobility programme. You can check out the list of partner institutions here.
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