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Admission of applicants - from non EU member and EEA countries under Art. 95, Para 8 of the Higher Education Act – for study in the preparatory course  - In the applicant's diploma for secondary education the grades relevant to the the major applied for are not lower than 62% of the maximum grade in accordance to the grading system in the country, in which the applicant has completed secondary education. They may apply to UACEG under the following conditions: The total average mark from the secondary education certificate and the marks in Mathematics and Physics to be not less than 62% of the highest possible marks. In additions, applicants for the degree programme in Architecture should have a relevant mark in Drawing.
Admission of applicants - from EU member and EEA countries - according to the rules applicable for Bulgarian applicants - the application procedures, terms and conditions for Bulgarians are valid after successful preparatory course.
For foreign citizens with dual (Bulgarian and foreign) nationality the application procedures, terms and conditions for Bulgarians are valid.
Students with dual nationality, one of which is Bulgarian pay 50 % of the fixed tuition fee for foreigners, when they apply and are admitted under the conditions and procedures, specified for international students.
In accordance with Decrees of the Council of Ministers (Regulation No103/1993 and Regulation No228/ 1997) - the selected applicants are introduced by the Bulgarian Ministry of Education and Science.

Documents required:

1. Application form with a brief C.V. stating the desired specialty to be pursued;
2. Photocopy of the diploma for completed secondary education - for applicants who want to pursue a full course of studies;
3. Document issued by a competent authority attesting to the applicant's right to study at universities in the country in which it is acquired secondary education;
4. Transcript of Records - for applicants who want to pursue part of the course of studies;
5. Medical certificate issued within 1 month before the date of application by the respective authorities in the country of origin;
6. Copies of both documents of identity - for applicants with dual citizenship, one of which is Bulgarian. In case of difference in the names in the documents, the candidate and a notarized statement of identity of names and certified by a local government.
7. Two recent photographs of the applicant (4 / 6 cm).
Documents No. 2, 3 and 4 must be translated to Bulgarian and must bear a legalization by the consular office of the Bulgarian Embassy in the country where they have been issued. If there is no Bulgarian Embassy in the country, the documents should be legalized under the general terms and conditions for legalization and translation of documents.
Application documents are submitted in one of the following ways:
- Personally in UACEG;
- By registered letter to the following address: UACEG, 1 “Hristo Smirnenski” Blvd., 1046 Sofia, Bulgaria.
Processed documents are sent to the Ministry of Education and Science, which issued the Certificate for the right to education. After receiving the Certificate the applicant filed at the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria to obtain a visa.
The Dean of the Faculty determines the year/semester, for those applicants with a partial course of study, on the basis of the information from the presented transcript of records.

Diploma of applicants from EU member countries should be legalized in Bulgarian Ministry of Education and Science after admission of applicants in the preparatory year.

Before starting their specialized training, the newly enrolled foreign students attend a Preparatory year (ten months) in Bulgarian language or in English language.
(Academic curriculum is given above)
Those who complete successfully this preparatory stage receive CERTIFICATES, which enable them to pursue their further studies.