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About Bulgaria

Bulgaria is bordered by Serbia, North Macedonia, Romania, Greece, Turkey, and the Black Sea. Sofia is Bulgaria’s capital city, and its population is about 1.2 million. Bulgaria has a fascinating history. In 1946, they became under the influence of the USSR on political and economic grounds. They were declared as a republic whereby the Bulgarian Communist Party came to power.

Students love to study in Bulgaria as there are a lot of things to do! The beaches and resorts there are breathtaking, they are also known for their mountains where you can snow sports!

There are four cities you must visit when you go to Bulgaria. These include Sofia, Plovdiv, Veliko Tarnovo, and Blagoevgrad. All these cities are very historic, and some of them are even older than Rome and Athens!

Why Study in Bulgaria

Located on the Balkan Peninsula, Bulgaria is fast becoming a destination of choice for international students, especially from its neighbors such as Greece and Turkey, even as far as Germany, Nigeria, and India. If you are asking why, well there are good reasons why they chose to study in Bulgaria.

Living in Bulgaria is far cheaper than in other European countries in the same region. This means you can enjoy much of your student life doing other things you might enjoy, like traveling, eating out, and socialising without breaking the bank. Plus, you get to do these things in a safe, conducive environment – perfect for those who are living away from their home like you.

Further, universities in Bulgaria also offer affordable tuition fees. Pay a fraction of the price you pay for more expensive higher education institutions, with the same well-developed education system and world-class facilities for research. And once you graduate, you are sure to have a degree that is recognised by employers worldwide.