Courses, specializations and potential future career.
Maybe you already know what you want to study in Eastern Europe.
If you're unsure of what you would like to study, we will guide you through the maze.
Here is a list of some of the areas we are focusing on
Information and communication technologies
People in these occupations manage and analyze technical information and communication systems, provide user support, and plan, create, and test applications and systems.
Business Administration and Management
People in these occupations manage organizations and operations, formulate business strategies, and consult on policy.
Accounting and finance
People in these occupations prepare and record financial transaction accounts within businesses and provide financial analysis, banking, credit and investment services.
Those in this profession use scientific principles to solve practical problems in various engineering disciplines: civil, chemical, mechanical, etc.
Many are those who each year choose to pursue their studies in Eastern Europe, in French or in English, in prestigious establishments such as the Technical University - Sofia.
Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing
People in these occupations diagnose, assess and treat health problems, use medical technology and care for patients.
Many people come to study medicine, pharmacy and dentistry in the many countries of Eastern Europe. Each year, more than 4,000 students from all over the world choose to study in Bulgaria, in Poland or in Romania.
Architecture and planning
Those in these occupations design construction projects, prepare technical drawings and plans, survey land and plan land use.
This is a technical and specialized field and, most universities require an entry exam.
mining and geology
Those in this field work in mining operations to design mines and extract minerals for use in manufacturing and utilities.
This is a technical and specialized field and, is also very important for the protection of our environment.