Varna: A Balkan Gem on the Black Sea Coast of Bulgaria
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Varna: A Balkan Gem on the Black Sea Coast of Bulgaria

Settled by the ancient Thracians, then by the Greeks and Romans from the 7th century B.C., Varna, on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria, has seen countless conquerors. Nowadays, this Balkan gem is mostly known as the maritime capital of Bulgaria, and for its golden sandy beaches, warm summers (averaging in the 70s to 80s…

How To Find a Job in Bulgaria as a Foreigner
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How To Find a Job in Bulgaria as a Foreigner

Bulgaria is a country located in Southeastern Europe. It shares borders with Romania, Serbia, Macedonia, Greece, and Turkey. The official language is Bulgarian. Below is a selection of resources for searching for employment opportunities as a foreigner. General Job Search Engines and Classifieds With the sites below, you can expect to get a 0.5 to…

Startup in Bulgaria
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Startup in Bulgaria

Did you know that according to Forbes among the top 10 cities around the world to launch your startup business is Sofia, Bulgaria? Behind the blare of Berlin, Beijing, Moscow, and London, the Bulgarian start-up scene is set to become a center for seed investment and startups in southeast Europe. It is due to the…

Bulgaria A Great Place To Retire
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Bulgaria A Great Place To Retire

Bulgaria is a beautiful country and an interesting destination if you are a pensioner and are looking for a foreigner-friendly country and the most affordable cost of living country in the European Union. Bulgarian offer favorable conditions for retired people to get a residence permit, and then move to live in Bulgaria. A Long-term Residence…

Bulgaria – Business Attraction in the EU
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Bulgaria – Business Attraction in the EU

Several European countries apply an attractive corporate tax regime but tend to neglect the personal income tax aspect. Bulgaria outcompetes other EU member states by offering the best of both worlds and offers fabulous opportunities for both companies and individuals. Bulgaria’s flat tax framework is undoubtedly exceptional from an EU perspective. Bulgaria is situated in…

Working in Bulgaria
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Working in Bulgaria

Expats working in Bulgaria will find themselves in a country that is recovering from political instability, low productivity, and a shrinking population. Bulgaria is one of the poorest countries in the EU and is dependent on its EU partners for both investment and trade. Despite this bleak outlook, Bulgaria’s economy has displayed steady annual growth,…

Applying to universities in Bulgaria
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Applying to universities in Bulgaria

You should apply directly to your chosen Bulgarian university. Most Bulgarian universities require international applicants to provide copies of relevant documents, which may include a diploma or certificate proving successful completion of the previous stage of education, a medical certificate, a valid passport or ID, and an English language test result (if studying in English)….

Student life in Bulgaria
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Student life in Bulgaria

One of the main attractions of student life in Bulgaria is the relatively low cost of living, including accommodation, student tuition fees, public transportation, and food. Prices vary from town to town, but overall you can expect your expenditure on food to be around half what it would be in a country such as the…

Study in Bulgaria
Study in Bulgaria

Study in Bulgaria

A small but charming country located in the Balkan Peninsula, Bulgaria is full of attractions for both international students and tourists. If you want to study in Bulgaria, you’ll find an impressive range of natural environments: from warm, sandy beaches to striking mountains and ski resorts – and it’s also a relatively low-cost international study…