The American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) is a leading liberal arts college offering its international and high-achieving students an unparalleled American education in the English language in Eastern Europe.
In September 1991, AUBGopened its doors with a first-year class of 208 students and 16 full-time faculty members. The first American-style, undergraduate liberal arts educational institution in Eastern Europe, AUBG is a unique cooperative venture established with the support of the U.S. and Bulgarian government
More than half of the students in AUBG are international. In Spring 2014, out of about a thousand students, 45% were from Bulgaria and 55% from countries like Russia, Albania, Mongolia, or U.S.
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Residential Life at AUBG:
- All undergraduate students are required to live on campus as part of the university mission.
- All first year students are assigned housing upon arrival. Requests for friends to live in a room together may be granted in advance if all students send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting each other as roommates. A sample contract is available on the web pages. Upon arrival, all new students should go to the Skaptopara I lobby and check in to receive housing assignments and orientation information.
- The residence halls are a smoke-free environment and disability accessible.
- Activity areas include aerobic rooms, music practice rooms, multipurpose rooms, billiard and ping pong areas, several television lounges, outside decks, kitchens, and cafes.
AUBG Housing Facilities ("Residence Halls"):
1.) Skaptorara I & II: $1390 (plus a mandatory $550 Student Activities Fee)
2.) Skaptopara III: $1,710 (plus a mandatory $550 Student Activities Fee)
Further information on the AUCB accommodation in the Residence Halls is to be found at the following link: http://aubg.edu/residence-halls
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