High school students in grade 11 during the 2012 – 2013 school year will now study the role and the place in history of current Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov.
A NGO of Bulgarian mothers has declared itself against the existence of a monument of German economist and philosopher Karl Marx (1818-1883) on the campus of the University of National and World Economy in Sofia.
Prof. Stefan Dodunekov has formally taken over from Prof. Nikola Sabotinov as the new Chair of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.
The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and the French Academy of Sciences have signed a cooperation agreement designed to deepen their joint work based on existing projects, officials said.
Bulgaria's Academy of Sciences (BAS) has elected the director of its Institute of Mathematics and Informatics to be its new president.
Bulgaria's Academy of Sciences (BAS) is to elect its new president on Monday, as the three candidates are set to present their programs.
Education and research in Bulgaria should be stimulated by the state to create a more competitive business environment, argued Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev.
One of every five Bulgarians or a total of 1.35 million people (nearly 20%) have a college degree, according to the February 2011 Population Census results.
The American Research Center in Sofia (ARCS) is co-sponsoring a seminar entitled "Bulgaria's Evolution Since 1989: International and Domestic Dimensions", the organization announced.
Bulgaria's Education Ministry is starting a new project for career development funded with EU money that will encompass students from 1st to 12th grade, Education Minister Sergey Ignatov announced.
University presidents in Bulgaria's capital Sofia are considering a new location for building a new college campus to replace the already notorious "Studentski Grad" ("Students' Town") quarter.
The Financial Director of Procter & Gamble Todd Geist has met with students and professors at Sofia University St.
The Bulgarian government is going to close a number of night clubs and bars in the Sofia Studentski Grad (College Town) district.
Bulgaria's Education Ministry has scrapped its idea to step in and manage Sofia's College Town, the country's largest university campus area.
The American Congress is slating USD 700 000 for stipends for Bulgarian students for the 2012 Fulbright Program.
Over 300 students from the American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) located in the southwestern city of Blagoevgrad have rallied against new school fees, including the introduction of a meal plan.
Bulgaria's Education Ministry has decided to step in and manage Sofia's College Town, the country's largest university campus area, after the latest murder that took place there.
Bulgaria's center-right GERB government's plans for state financing of private education have received a new boost by proposed amendments in the Schools Act revealed Tuesday.
The Academic Council of Bulgaria's Sofia University has decided to not raise student fees in 2012, in spite it was allowed to do so by the government.
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