Application documents

 

1. Secondary School Diploma.

2. Diploma Supplement.  In case there is no grading scale attached to the diploma, candidates have to present an official document with the grading system description.

3. Medical Reference. The document should be issued no earlier than one month prior to submitting the application documents to UE-Varna.

4. An official document issued by an accredited body certifying the applicant’s right to pursue their studies at higher education institutions in the country where secondary education was obtained. This document might be issued by the secondary school the applicant graduated from. It must contain the following text: “The education received gives right to the applicant to continue his/her studies in higher education institutions in …………. (Country of the school).” Download form: here.

5. Copy of passport/ID card.

6. Application form.

7. Six passport photos (dimensions: 4.5/3.5 cm).

8. CV.

Documents specified in points 1, 2, 3 and 4 must be:

  • Notary certified copies;
  • Certified in accordance with the international requirements:
    • for countries that have a mutual legal assistance agreement with Bulgaria concerning  certification of documents, the agreement requirements shall apply;
    • for member countries under the Hague Convention, documents are certified with Apostille stamps;
    • for all other countries, documents must be certified by the Ministry of Education (and/or Ministry of Healthcare), Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the applicant’s country of residence and by the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in the respected country;
  • Translated in Bulgarian language with legalized translation in Bulgaria. It is necessary to send the translated documents for certification of the translator’s signature to the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

1. Secondary School Diploma.

2. Diploma Supplement. In case there is no grading scale attached to the diploma, candidates have to present an official document with the grading system description.

3. A certificate from the Regional Inspectorate of Education (only in case the diploma is issued by a secondary school outside Bulgaria).

4. English language certificates (only for the programmes taught in English language and only if the applicant possess any certificate).

5. Copy of ID or passport.

6. Application form.

In case the applicant has graduated a secondary school outside Bulgaria, documents specified in points 1 and 2 must be:

  • Notary certified copies;
  • Certified in accordance with the international requirements:
    • for countries that have a mutual legal assistance agreement with Bulgaria concerning  certification of documents, the agreement requirements shall apply;
    • for member countries under the Hague Convention, documents are certified with Apostille stamps;
  • Translated in Bulgarian language with legalized translation in Bulgaria. It is necessary to send the translated documents for certification of the translator’s signature to the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.