Cost for living:
Accommodation: Finding the right accommodation is hard no matter which country you are in. Our real estate agents will make sure that you will find the best place for you to stay in. The monthly rents vary starting from roughly €250 onwards. If living alone the rent may be more expensive depending on the area you are living in. Also, if sharing an apartment, the rent will be cheaper and the living space will be greater.
Overheads: Roughly €25 for a sim card and home internet.
Food: Restaurants vary from the top more prestigious restaurant costing you about €20 for a meal to the normal everyday restaurants charging €5.
Transportation: It is extremely cheap; Taxis will charge you 0,50€ per km. A ticket for public transport costs €0.80 per ride, no matter the distance.
Cinema Tickets: €5 (Remember to use your student I.d for extra discount)
Flights: There are always cheap flights via WizzAir, RyanAir, EasyJet.
Safety: No ethnic tension, low crime rate.:
Bulgaria is known for its ski centers, beaches and spa resorts with hundreds of affordable hotels. The distances between cities are short in this small but beautiful country, renowned for its nature and great wines.
One of the best advantages of Bulgaria is its nature. In this little country, there are- high mountains with ski resorts, hundreds of kilometres of sandy beaches, a lot of world-class spa resorts, founded by the Rome empire.
There is a very old tradition in wine production and you can make a great wine tour around the country and taste typical Bulgarian wine sorts. In general, there are so many things to do in Bulgaria, that you will love this nature.
You will have a lot of options to relax in your free time.
Diplomas from Bulgarian Universities
Every diploma and degree obtained in a Bulgarian university is valid and recognized in the whole EU and many countries around the world.
High quality of education
Bulgarian education is worldwide recognised. Proof of its high quality is the hundreds of university graduates who are leaders in their fields of activity throughout the world. Leaving a Bulgarian University grants people the ability to succeed in life.
Healthcare in Bulgaria is provided by the National Health Insurance Fund. It is compulsory for all residents to contribute to this fund and is essential for obtaining a National Health Insurance card. The cost of healthcare for individuals is normally split between the state, the employer, and the individual.
European nationals are therefore qualified to receive free healthcare from state-owned institutions in Bulgaria. For this, an EHIC (European health insurance card) is required. This card is used by the hospital in the case of claiming payment for treating you, sometimes you may have to pay yourself and reclaim the money afterward.
There is no need for visas for all European citizens. Every foreign student needs a “residence permit”. Of course, we will help you with this document.
Non EU Students
All non EU students need to apply for visa D. It is an easy process for which we will fully assist you.
The fees when you study in Bulgaria are much cheaper than in western Europe. They are between 3000 and 8000 euro per year. The payment can be divided into two installments, one for each semester.
Transfer to Bulgarian university:
iGeneration agency will provide you with full support so you can easily transfer to any Bulgarian university and study in Bulgaria. We will provide you with all the details for the whole process, so you can be calm about your transfer. Also, you will be able to see the stage of your case in our online system portal.
You can contact us if you want to transfer to Sofia Medical University, Plovdiv Medical University, Varna Medical University, Pleven Medical University, Trakia Medical University, New Bulgarian University, Forestry University Sofia.