ENROLLMENT DOCUMENTS

1. Identity card
2. Secondary education diploma – original
3. Official Certificate of health
4. Copy of your passport
5. Enrollment documents are  as follows:
– Forms – 2 copies
– Student’s record book
– Identity card
– Certificates /if they are necessary for the student only/
6. Pictures – size 4/6 cm – four pieces
7. Declaration on a form for every faculty /college/ in accordance with the Academic Council decision of 26 February 2003: “The students admitted provide themselves with all necessary workbooks and consumables for their education in the respective faculty/college/”.
8. Tuition fee receipt

 

Preparation of the documents:

All documents for studying in Bulgaria should be duly legalized and obligatory translated into Bulgarian language and this translation must by certified at the  Bulgarian Diplomatic or Consular representation in the respective country where documents are issued. Issued by a Hague’s Convention country documents legalized with an original Apostil, or documents legalized with a stamp of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued by a country that R Bulgaria has a mutual contract for “law assistance” the Bulgarian language translation and certification of this translation can be done by the Bulgarian Embassy /Consulate in the country where they are issued or by the Consulate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in R Bulgaria. The Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not certify translations into Bulgarian language made abroad. When the documents cannot be accompanied by an original Apostil but are legalized with stamp of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and are issued by a country that R Bulgaria has a Contract for “legal assistance” the issued document is acknowledged by the Bulgarian institutions and it is necessary only to be translated in Bulgarian language and this translation to be certified according to the respective order.
In all other cases the issued by a foreign country document is legalized as per the common practice – to be certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country and its stamp should be legalized by the Bulgarian Embassy/Consulate representative at the same country.

The official application documents of the citizens from non-EU countries and from non-European Economic Area countries are submitted in person or via an authorized representative during the period 18.07.2016 – 01.10.2016 incl.
The official application documents of the citizens from EU-countries and from European Economic Area countries are submitted in person or via an authorized representative during the period 15.08.2016 – 01.10.2016 incl.

For transfers:
An original transcript, confirming the year(s) of study issued by the University in which the applicant has studied, presenting the following information: course title; the workload of all studied courses (the number of lectures, practical training received and seminars attended) for each course taken; the obtained ECTS credits, the final examination grade in each subject; the grading system in the respective (university) country as well as the cumulative grade point average. The transcripts must be original, and if a translation is required, the original transcripts must submitted together with their translation into Bulgarian, which has to be notarized and certified in accordance with the provisions of the international treaties of the Republic of Bulgaria with the host/issuing state by the respective Ministry of external Affairs or Translation body in the country of issuance. In the absence of such bi-lateral provisions, the general notary procedure for legalization, translation and certification of documents and other documents is applicable.

Documents in languages other than Bulgarian must be accompanied by a certified translation in Bulgarian.

  • For EU countries: certified copies of documents are issued by a solicitor or notary without the need to carry the Hague Apostille with the exception of the countries of Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal and Cyprus.
  • For non-EU candidates: certified copies of documents are issued by a solicitor or notary. Then, they will have to be legalized by getting the Hague Apostille for the documents issued in countries which are part of the Hague Convention or else, documents must be authenticated by the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country and, finally, the Embassy of Bulgaria in that country.