Category Archives: Events

“The Dragon’s Wedding”

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One of the best drama plays written in the beginning of the 20th century by the Bulgarian poet Petko Todorov came alive in AUBG.

Working for the International Committee of the Red Cross

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A representative from the world's oldest humanitarian organization, the International Committee of the Red Cross, pays a visit to AUBG to offer various job opportunities. Learn how an ICRC employee can help ease the suffering of people in times of

AUBG Soccer League Spring ’17 – Group Stage Results

Dve rakii, molq! vs. Pirinsko, Maria Paskaleva for AUBG Daily

Learn more about the group stage of the AUBG Soccer League Spring 17'.

Journey Across Imagination: TEDxAUBG 2017

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A total of 11 speakers from nine different countries inspire more than 100 people during the sixth edition of TEDxAUBG

Shpat Deda Brings His Award-Winning Short Film “Home” to AUBG

The film's promo poster

Feb. 17 - "Home" won BAFTA award for Best Short Film. April 8. Its producer and AUBG alumnus Shpat Deda arrived in Blagoevgrad for an exclusive screening of the movie. Find out more about the team, the history of the

The 24th Job and Internship Fair at AUBG

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Learn more about the annual Job & Internship Fair, which featured 55 companies interested in recruiting talents from AUBG for their job and internship openings.

StartUP Conference 2017 – Ideas Rearranged

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StartUp Conference 2017 featured prominent speakers who commented on the hard attainable nature of success and the many failures that accompany it.

Alumni and the BoT: the Update

Acting President Dr. Sullivan on the Frontline at the Alumni Update; Credits to Rado Velitchkov

The first Board of Trustees to Alumni Update came with the fireworks of discussions on Enrolment's low admissions rate, the Fundraising efforts deemed "chaotic", the response to the alumni letter and petition, the external audit and a number of other

Dr. Christopher Stampone – A Guest Lecturer and a Prospective AUBG Professor

Dr. Christopher Stampone presenting at Panitza Library, Dimitar Bratovanov for AUBG Daily

Learn more about Dr. Christopher Stampone's lecture on The Demise of the Indians and the Death of the American Culture in the Poetry of William Cullen Bryant.

Japan on the Edge of Reforms – Education, Success and Modernization

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With its indicative PISA results and quality of its education, why would Japan opt for educational reforms at all? If 'change for the sake of change' is not the answer, find out what the real motives are with AUBG Daily.

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