New Fees at the Sofia University Voted by the Academic CouncilEducation | February 28, 2019, Thursday // 13:42| views
Partial change of the annual fees in Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski "for the next academic year for bachelor degree, this is what the Academic Council decided. For the study of nearly 18 majors, they are elevated, with the greatest increase for philology at the Faculty of Slavic Studies from 300 to 400 leva.
The newly-enrolled students will pay half compared to this year for three of the specialties in the Faculty of Physics - "Teacher of Natural Sciences in Basic Education", "Physics and Informatics" and "Physics and Mathematics", 200 instead of 400 leva. only to prospective students, not to those already accepted. The new training fees must be approved by a Council of Ministers decree, expected to be in late April.
The "Tourism" tax of 420 leva becomes 460, the regular education in Public Relations, Communication Management, Journalism and Book publishing increases from 560 to 600 leva, while from 300 to 350 in the cases of distance study. For the study of European Studies and Political Science the newly admitted students will pay 600 leva instead of the current 560. Regular training in philosophy and 20 - The charge for the Graphic Design and Music Media Technology and Toning classes from 730 is 780 leva.
In ten of the faculties - the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, the Chemistry and Pharmacy, the Theological, the Medical, the Biological, the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, the Theological, the Pedagogical, the Faculty of Classical and Modern Philology and the Faculty of Economics, the fees remain the same. There is no change in pay for taking exams - it will cost 30 leva as well as the participation in the admission campaign and ranking. There is also no change in the cost of training for PhD students and specialists.
For the second consecutive year, the newly admitted students with the maximum competition ball at the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Mathematics, Mathematics and Statistics in bachelor degree, are exempt from paying the annual fee for the first year. The change in annual fees applies only to new students, not those already accepted. Modified training fees should be approved by a Council of Ministers decree, expected at the end of April.