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The Central European University (CEU) announced on Tuesday evening that Hungary’s government has submitted a draft bill for amendments to higher education which will make it impossible for the institution to function in Budapest.
The programme for summer student internships in the state administration will begin next week, announced the Council of Minister.
Bulgaria's Deputy Education Minister Diyan Stamatov has said schools will remain shut down at least until Tuesday, January 10.
Bulgaria's Education Ministry and the country's software companies associations signed Thursday a deal hoping to boost the links between the education and market needs in the ever growing IT industry.
Bulgaria has to do more than overhaul school curricula and to talk about changing methods of teaching, the country's national coordinator for the PISA study has said.
For yet another consecutive year, Sofia University St.
Expenditure on research and development (R&D) activity in Bulgaria increased by nearly a quarter compared to the year before, preliminary national statistics show.
New education models must guarantee a faster and more effective achievement of the purposes of education accepted worldwide.
The British government has decided not to stop cheap student loans to youths from the EU.
Bulgaria’s education system is facing budget difficulties and a severe cadre crisis due to the retirement of teachers.
About 10% of the places at Sofia University have remained vacant after the additional admission.
The requirement for the certification of diplomas and academic references issued by higher-education institutions in the member-states of the EU, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland with an apostille has been dropped.
For another consecutive year, large universities in Bulgaria announced additional listings in order to fill vacant places.
The American English Academy has marked the end of the school year with a festive ceremony in the school's concert hall.
At its meeting on Tuesday, the Bulgarian government approved additional transfers from the budget of the education ministry to the budget of municipalities amounting to slightly over BGN 26 M.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said on Monday that a 10 % increase in the salaries of teachers has not been discussed with him.
The teachers’ salaries are expected to increase by 10 % in Bulgaria at the beginning of next year.
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