Tuition fees in Bulgaria’s oldest and most prestigious university, the Sofia University “Saint Kliment Ohridski” are going up 8% much to the discontent of parents and students.
Sergey Ignatov, whose resignation as Bulgaria's Education Minister was accepted on Tuesday, had to go because he argued with Prime Minister Boyko Borisov over the corruption scandal in Bulgaria's Scientific Research Fund, Borisov himself revealed Wednesda
Bulgaria's Academy of Sciences (BAS) newly elected president Acad. Stefan Vodenicharov has been named the country's new education minister, replacing recently dismissed Sergey Ignatov.
A picture from the Rocky Mountains in the US State of Colorado has once again prompted ridicule in Bulgaria, as it turns out it has been used to depict "Bulgarian nature" in an 8th grade schoolbook.
The Bulgarian government has approved the introduction of a new operational program for science and education in Bulgaria's contract with the EU on the 2014-2020 programming period.
Only the starting salaries of junior, senior and supervising teachers will be increased by 12% in 2013, Bulgarian Education Minister, Sergey Ignatov, has announced.
In just days, Turkey will resume recognizing Bulgarian college diplomas, the President of the Council of Higher Education, Gokhan Cetinkaya, has said.
The knowledge of Bulgarian students begins to collapse in elementary school, not in middle school as it was earlier, according to recent research.
Bulgaria's Academy of Sciences (BAS) has elected the director of its Institute of metal science, equipment and technologies to be its new president.
Turkey will resume recognizing Bulgarian college diplomas, but only from schools which don't use intermediaries in attracting students.
Bulgaria's education system is ranked 30th out of 40 developed countries, according to a global league table published by education firm Pearson.
The oldest high education institution in Bulgaria Sofia University St Kliment Ohridski, established in 1888, marks November 25, 124 years since its establishment.
Bulgaria's financially struggling Rozhen observatory is to carry out tasks for the country's Agriculture Ministry and for the Ministry of Environment, it was announced on Wednesday.
Astronomers from Bulgaria's Rozhen observatory will meet with the country's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Wednesday in a bid to convince him that the observatory should not be closed.
Bulgaria's Rozhen observatory, the largest in Southeast Europe, will have to stop working in three weeks due to severe budget cuts imposed by the government.
The western Bulgarian municipality of Slivnitsa is the first in the EU to introduce chess as a school subject.
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