Check the existing agreements between your home university and UE-Varna by contacting your International Relations Office. The person in charge will inform you about the procedure and requirements for becoming an Erasmus+ student.
After the selection procedure, your home university shall nominate you in our online nomination system. As soon as you are nominated, you will receive an automatically generated e-mail with your password to access our online application system where you can complete the application documents.
Four hard-copy passport format (3,5x4,5 cm) photos (NOT SCANNED)
Please forward the LA and SA via e-mail within the application deadlines and then by regular post together with the photos to:
International Relations Office
University of Economics - Varna
77 Kniaz Boris I Blvd.
Once the application procedure is finalized, you will receive a Letter of Acceptance from UE-Varna. You can then proceed with organizing the accommodation for the period of your stay with the assistance of the International Relations Office at UE-Varna.
You will be contacted by a volunteer. He/she will pick you up from Varna Airport or Railway/Bus station and take you to your place of accommodation as well as explain all the special procedures and rules applicable to you.
Students who would like to start their studies at UE-Varna in the Winter Semester should submit their application forms by June 15th.
Students who would like to start their studies at UE-Varna in the Summer Semester should submit their application forms by November 30th.
Academic calendar 2019/2020
Winter semester: September 18th 2019 - February 1st 2020 preceded by an obligatory Orientation Week - 11-17 September 2019
Summer semester: February 19th - June 20th 2020 preceded by an obligatory Orientation Week - 12-18 February 2020
Note: if you choose courses for our regular study programmes in English, check the official Academic Calendar of the university.
Examination: Each semester is followed by an examination period which starts at the end of December and May respectively. Most of the courses offered at UE-Varna include exams. When an exam is not required, evaluation is based on classroom tasks, presentations, projects and tests.
Excellent – outstanding performance with only minor errors
Very good – above average standard but with some errors
Good – generally sound work with a notable number of errors
Satisfactory – fair but with significant shortcomings