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UPS students had an incredible opportunity to spend an academic year in Europe, in the Republic of Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad, Southwestern University Neofit Rilski – January 21, 2020

Thanks to the KSLA and the “Erasmus +” program, UPS students had an incredible opportunity to spend an academic year in Europe, in the Republic of Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad, Southwestern University Neofit Rilski. For them, this is a great way to get to know a different education system, learn a language, broaden their horizons and make new friends.

Blagoevgrad is a campus where two prestigious universities are located: the American University in Bulgaria and Southwestern University “Neofit Rilski”. Universities have libraries with a huge collection of educational literature in different languages, over 200,000 volumes of scientific literature and access to various international databases.

Blagoevgrad is a unique place to live and study, the city combines the possibilities and advantages of a big city with a cinema, opera, theaters, libraries, restaurants on the one hand and a cozy atmosphere of the city on the other.

The people are very friendly and welcoming, welcoming and polite, ready to help in any situation. Teachers and students actively help in the educational process.

The educational process for students turned out to be both complex and informative, they study such subjects as: international organizations, protection of human rights, European law, etc. Lectures, seminars, scientific conferences, meetings with professors and the dean are held regularly. At the moment they are preparing 2 articles with the dean of the faculty prof. Nikolay Marina and prof. Gabriela Belova. Also for the Human Rights Day, students prepared a social video with prof. D. Chankova, aimed at combating discrimination and for the further development of the idea of ​​human rights. And they also take part in a production dedicated to the work of Ch. Aitmatov “The White Steamer”. The performance will be shown in the capital and other cities.