Bulgaria continues to be at the bottom at the EU ranking by research & development expenditure, registering R&D spending of 0.
Some 80 000 Bulgarian students have chosen to study abroad, according to unofficial data by the Association of Private Universities, cited by one of the organizers of the Career in Bulgaria Forum Nusha Spirova.
Kevin Aspegren, took office as President of the American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) on August 4, 2014, said the university in a press release.
The Plovdiv unit of the Technical University - Sofia is ready to welcome Chinese PhD students, students in engineering sciences and students seeking to complete a specialization.
An asteroid is to be named after the son of Tsetska Tsacheva, former Bulgarian Parliament Speaker.
One-third of Bulgarian high school graduates with top marks at the closing exams would prefer to study at foreign universities, Novinite.
Bulgarian students have collected three bronze medals at the International Chemistry Olympiad in Hanoi, Vietnam, the press office of the Ministry of Education announced.
A Bulgarian team won two gold medals and a silver medal at the 26th International Olympiad in Informatics held on July 13-20 in Taiwan.
As of September 1, the minimum salaries of Bulgarian teachers, school principals, and pedagogical experts will be increased by 3-6%, the Ministry of Education revealed.
Bulgarian teachers are joining in an EU-wide petition for increasing education spending to 5% of each country's GDP.
Bulgaria's Ministry of Education has announced that a total of 13 research projects worth over CHF 4M are implemented jointly by leading Bulgarian and Swiss institutes.
A strategy of Bulgaria's Education Ministry aimed at reducing the number of school dropouts envisages the introduction of personal codes for students in grades 1-12.
Center-right party GERB has demanded the resignation of Bulgarian Education Minister Aneliya Klisarova over incompetent and recklessness.
Bulgaria is last but one in the EU by government expenditure on education as a share of the GDP, according to Eurostat data for 2012.
Bulgarian high school students have won NASA's Grand Prize in the 2014 Space Settlement Contest.
Unemployment rates among Bulgaria's university graduates in the last five years have dropped to about 4 percent.
Bulgarian colleges and universities will receive an additional state subsidy of BGN 21.
Fifty-four percent of the university graduates in Bulgaria have jobs, which don't require a university degree.
Some 400 Roma children from Bulgaria's North Eastern Shumen region have been included in various programs aiming at keeping them in school, official data showed.
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
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