American University in Bulgaria /AUBG is an American-style, selective, residential, Liberal Arts University. It has both: Bulgarian and American accreditation. AUBG is situated in Blagoevgrad, the administrative, cultural, economic, and transport center of southwestern Bulgaria. Blagoevgrad is a student-friendly city. The town is the educational center. AUBG provides students housing in the Skaptopara Residence Hall complex. All rooms and suites are wired for Internet access. Our graduates do exceptionally well and alumni form a strong career network. About 35% go on to grad school at excellent institutions, such as Georgetown, Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Duke, Cornell, and Columbia.
Information about the scholarships, financial aid and the application process at AUBG: Full Tuition scholarships based on the SAT score /1350 combine score report from the first two sections: Critical Reading and Math score. Please have in mind that the early admission deadline for more favorable financial aid is March 1st, 2012. Our financial aid is based mostly on merit, and students who do very well on the SAT can get much financial support. The SAT and the TOEFL /550 pbt, 80 iBT are the only exams that you will need to take.
- 1. Application Form: The form may be submitted on-line from http://aubg-admissions.org/apply/application-information/
- Official high school transcript for the last 3 years (8, 9, 10 grades, translated into English and notarized)
- Three letters of recommendation from teachers or professors, with translation if not written in English;
- Completed Financial Aid Documentation (additional documents, see the last page)
Send all supporting documents to the AUBG admission office in Bulgaria and fill out the online application and (If you want to get scholarship – deadline for all process March 1st, 2012).
American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS, 40 J.Jabbarli str., Caspian Business Center, 2nd floor, Sona Mammadova AUBG Program Coordinator.
Tel/Fax: (994-12) 4367529/30/31;E-mail: [email protected];www.americancouncils.az/www.aubg.bg