Varna continues to prove itself, not only in terms of its high tech educational facilities, and in its instruction of the training processes but also in its implementation of diverse social activities for the students.
The Medical University of Varna was established in 1961 and is the first university in Bulgaria to implement the EFQM model for Business Excellence of the European Foundation for Quality Management in 2008. The multinational family of Varna Medical University currently has more than 5, 000 undergraduates, graduates and doctoral students that are being trained, not only from Bulgaria but from more than 40 countries worldwide.
It offers degrees in both Medicine and Dentistry that are both recognised in all the European Union countries and the UK. Having more than half a century long history and traditions, the University continues to prove itself, not only in terms of its high tech educational facilities, and in its instruction of the training processes but also in its implementation of diverse social activities for the students.
The lecturers are highly qualified and have gained international recognition and prestige at hundreds of European and international scientific meetings and conferences. The university is also included in the European educational exchange programmes for students and maintains long-term partnerships with more than 90 universities and institutions worldwide.
Apply now to secure your place at Varna Medical University and start studying medicine or dentistry in Europe from October this year!
Varna is third largest city after Sofia and Plovdiv with a population of over 330,000 people and is often called Bulgaria`s Sea Capital. Varna is the most interesting and cosmopolitan town on the Black Sea coast. A combination of port city, naval base and seaside resort, it’s an appealing place, packed with history yet thoroughly modern, with an enormous park to amble round and a lengthy beach to lounge on.
In the city centre, you’ll find Bulgaria’s largest Roman baths complex and its finest archaeological museum, as well as a lively cultural scene. The city also has several other attractions including the Marine Gardens which are the largest in the Balkans; Euxinograd park, the former Royal Palace; the paradise of St.Constantine and many more.
As Varna is a very prominent tourist destination, there are several restaurants and bars offering not only traditional Bulgaria cuisines but also delightful international cuisines and you’re sure to find one to suit your taste.
Living in Varna is also quite affordable with most students spending on average £350 – £400 per month on living expenses including rent and transport. Busses and Taxis are one of the city’s major forms of transport. However, bikes are also common amongst students as there are several cycle lanes in Varna with lots of places close to each other.