50th Anniversary

Ahmet

„I am happy that I had the opportunity to come here and meet new friends. The University has excellent teaching facilities, as well as good organization and good lecturers.”

Ahmet Ates
Citizen of Turkey
Power Engineering and Electrical Equipment Degree course, 4th year of training, Bachelor Degree


All my life I've been studying in my home country in Nigeria, and I wanted to expand my horizons. I choose Technical University of Gabrovo, because I felt it could offer me both quality education and a chance to experience life outside of my comfort zone. The Technical University of Gabrovo is a renowned respectable university. It has a good international standing, and I believed it could provide me with a respectable and recognised degree.

Studying in Gabrovo a city in Bulgaria thus far has indeed been a pleasure. I love the culture here, the people are friendly and made me feel at home. Affordable accomodation and conducive environment for learning,  lessons are interactive and lively, the lecturers are friendly and full of encouragement. I enjoy the level of involvement and participation and it makes me want to actively engage in learning.

I will conclude by saying Technical University of Gabrovo is one in a million.

Rotimi Joseph Akinradewo, citizen of Nigeria

Preparatory Bulgarian Language course

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INVITATION for CALL in project for Centre of Competence “Smart Mechatronic, Eco- and Energy Saving Systems and Technologies” PDF Print E-mail
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INVITATION for CALL(updated)

For selection of associated partners in project for Centre of Competence “Smart Mechatronic, Eco- and Energy Saving Systems and Technologies”

To all natural persons and legal entities and consortia thereof

 

With regard to the elaboration of a project for creation and development of Centre of Competence “Smart Mechatronic, Eco- And Energy Saving Systems And Technologies", in the field of Mechatronics and Clean Technologies under Procedure BG05M2ОP001-1.002 “CREATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF CENTRES OF COMPETENCE” of Operational Programme  “SCIENCE AND EDUCATION FOR SMART GROWTH” 2014-2020

On behalf of the Project partners, all natural persons and legal entities and consortia thereof constituting an interested party with regard to the project implementation and involved in the implementation of the project activities but which do not spend grant funding, are invited to participate in selection procedure for Associated Partners, according to Art. 1, Para. 1 of CMD №162/2016 г.

The persons and their representatives must meet the criteria of Art. 1 (3) of GUIDELINES FOR APPLICANTS.

The deadline for submission of written applications is extended until 5 p.m. on 15th December, 2016. The applications should be sent to the following e-mail address: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The Application must be applied by:

  1. Declaration(regarding of no conflict of interest completed by the Associated Partner) Annexe IIа.
  2. Documents for project evaluation – Annexe 1

 

Guidelines Centers Competence

The Documents for participation in the Call procedure and the Presentation of the project Centre of Competence “Smart Mechatronic, Eco- and Energy Saving Systems and Technologies”are published on the following addresses:

www.tugab.bg  - Technical University Gabrovo

www.tu-sofia.bg – Technical University Sofia

www.tu-plovdiv.bg – Technical University Sofia – branch Plovdiv

 
Welcome to the 5th International Staff Training Week at Riga Technical University! PDF Print E-mail

Riga Technical University is pleased to announce its 5th International Staff Training Week, which will take place from 23 to 27 May 2016 in Riga, Latvia. The five-day program consists of plenary sessions, workshops, presentations and social events.

For the second time the  program is designed both for international officers and staff dealing with financial management of HEI. There will be a specific parallel program for participants whose professional field is connected to finance and accounting in HEI. The program includes meetings with representatives of the Office of the Vice-Rector for Financeof RTU, presentations, workshops and visiting units of the Office of the Vice-Rector for Finance. The main themes will cover accounting, financial management and planning in HEIs.

The maximum number of participants is 30. We will send you an e-mail by 10 March to let you know whether your application has been accepted.

Please find attached the application form and preliminary program. Deadline for application is 7 March 2016. Please send your completed application form to e-mail  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

We look forward to meeting you in Riga!

 

Sincerely,

Jolanta Jurevica

Head of International Mobility Unit

International Relations Department

 

Riga Technical University

1 Kalku Street, Room 302, Riga LV-1658, Latvia

Tel..: +371 67089055, +371 29449770

Fax: +371 67089067

www.rtu.lv

  1. Application Form
  2. Preliminary Program

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 February 2016 14:32
 
The fifth semester of new bachelor “Electronic and Computer Engineering” will be held completely in English at FH Joanneum. PDF Print E-mail

The fifth semester of new bachelor “Electronic and Computer Engineering” which is now located at the main campus in Graz will be held completely in English.

Here you can find the curriculum of the 5th semester.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 February 2016 14:29
 
Doctoral admission requirements for European citizens PDF Print E-mail

Doctoral admission requirements at Technical University of Gabrovo
(for European citizens)


Applicants willing to follow postgraduate studies at Technical University of Gabrovo shall submit the following set of documents:

1. CV;
2. Letter of application indicating the subject/major they are willing to be trained in;
3. Authenticated copy of  Master’s degree diploma;
4. Validated  transcript of  subjects covered in the master degree course;
5. Authenticated copy of Bachelor degree diploma;
6. Validated transcript of subjects covered in the bachelor degree course;
7. Health certificate;
8. List of publications if any;
9. Copy of passport or ID.


Documents 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 shall be authenticated (which have an Apostil stamp on them - for the countries, which signed the 1961 Hague’s Convention) and translated into Bulgarian. Technical University of Gabrovo shall carry out a thorough check of all submitted documents for the purpose of verifying their authenticity.

The steps, which need to be followed during any enrollment here, are shown below.

First Step: Confirmation of Master Degree Diploma

In order to be enrolled as a Doctoral student, every candidate must have obtained a Master Degree Diploma first. Technical University of Gabrovo must confirm each Master Degree Diploma as well as the recognition of the University (which has issued that diploma) by the (respective) Educational System. In order to start the above mentioned procedure the University needs legalized copies (which have an Apostil stamp on them) of the Bachelor and Master Degree Diplomas and their Diploma Supplements (Transcript of Records). Furthermore, each Diploma and Transcript of Records must be translated into Bulgarian language. The confirmation procedure usually takes about 2 months (depending on how fast we will get the confirmartions from the respected sides). The fee for the procedure is 100 BGN (around 60 EUR), which must be paid before the start of the procedure. As soon as we get everything confirmed, we will be able to start with the second step of the enrollment.

Second Step: Doctoral Enrollment

First option: the candidate to be enrolled as a part-time (self-study, individual)
Doctoral student. In order to do so he/she must have ready (prepared) more than 50% of
his/her Doctoral Dissertation. Furthermore, after we receive his/her Dissertation here, the Department, where the training will be conducted, shall organize a Meeting, whose purpose will be to consider applicant’s eligibility for enrolment at our University.
Аn affirmative resolution of the Departmental Meeting will entitle potential candidates to  enrollment in a Doctoral training programme. The annual tuition fee for part-time (individual) doctoral students is 2330 BGN (around 1190 EUR). The training period is 3 years.
Second option: the candidate to be enrolled as a full-time Doctoral student. A University commission inspects the application documents of the candidates and takes decision of his/her enrolment at Technical University of Gabrovo. The annual tuition fee for full-time training is 2330 BGN (around 1190 EUR). The training period is 3 years.
Third option: the candidate to be enrolled as a part-time Doctoral student. The enrolment procedure is the same as the one for full-time Doctoral students. The annual tuition fee for part-time training is 2330 BGN (around 1190 EUR). The training period is 4 years.

Third Step: Training

With the support of the Department and the Supervisor an Individual Curriculum will be prepared. The subjects, which need to be covered by the Doctoral student
during his/her training period, will be shown in the Curriculum. The period of training for individual (self-study) doctoral students is 3 years, but the candidate gets the right to start with his/her Doctoral Dissertation Defence after the first year of training, as long as all the subjects shown in the Curriculum are successfully passed. For the full-time and part-time Doctoral students the 3 year training period must be concluded. The Dissertation Defence Procedure must be paid by the candidate. It will roughly cost 2000 BGN (1030 EUR), depending on the status of the reviewers (Associate Professors or full Professors).

Additional Information:

The University offers accommodation at the students’ hostels to all Doctoral students who would like to stay there. The rent is between 45 and 50 EUR per month. The cost of living is between 100 and 150 EUR per month.

DOCTORAL (Ph.D.) DEGREE COURSES

Applied Mechanics
Materials Science and Technology of Mechanical Engineering Materials
Construction Mechanics and Material Resistance
Machine Studies and Elements
Theory of Mechanisms, Machines and Automatic Lines
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Drives
Mechanical Engineering Technologies
Material Cutting and Cutting Tools
Machine Tools and Systems
Machines and Equipment for Light Industry
Lighting Equipment and Light Sources
Electrical Mechanics
Power Engineering and Electrical Equipment
Metrology and Metrology Equipment
Precision and Instrument Engineering
Industrial Heat Technologies
Communication Networks and Systems
Technology of Textile Materials
Microelectronics
Quantum Electronics and Optoelectronics
Integration of Electronics (by branches and research trends)
Industrial Electronics
Automation and Computer Science Elements and Devices
Computer Systems and Networks
Computer Aided Design in Engineering (by branches)
Computerized Systems for Information Processing and Control (by branches)

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 July 2016 13:24
 
Doctoral admission requirements for Non-european citizens PDF Print E-mail

Doctoral admission requirements at Technical University of Gabrovo
(for Non-European citizens)

Applicants willing to follow postgraduate studies at Technical University of Gabrovo shall submit the following set of documents:

  1. CV;
  2. Letter of application indicating the subject/major they are willing to be trained in;
  3. Authenticated copy of  Master’s degree diploma;
  4. Validated  transcript of  subjects covered in the master degree course;
  5. Authenticated copy of Bachelor degree diploma;
  6. Validated transcript of subjects covered in the bachelor degree course;
  7. Health certificate;
  8. List of publications if any;
  9. Copy of passport or ID.

Documents 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 shall be authenticated (which have an Apostil stamp on them - for the countries, which signed the 1961 Hague’s Convention) (or legalized by the Bulgarian Embassy, situated in the country, where the diplomas have been issued – if the country is not listed among the countries, which signed the 1961 Hague’s Convention) and translated into Bulgarian. Technical University of Gabrovo shall carry out a thorough check of all submitted documents for the purpose of verifying their authenticity.

The steps, which need to be followed during any enrollment here, are shown below.

First Step: Confirmation of Master Degree Diploma

In order to be enrolled as a Doctoral student, every candidate must have obtained a Master Degree Diploma first. Technical University of Gabrovo must confirm each Master Degree Diploma as well as the recognition of the University (which has issued that diploma) by the (respective) Educational System. In order to start the above mentioned procedure the University needs the set of the application documents shown above. Furthermore, each Diploma and Transcript of Records must be translated into Bulgarian language. The confirmation procedure usually takes about 2 months (depending on how fast we will get the confirmartions from the respected sides). The fee for the procedure is 100 BGN (around 60 EUR), which must be paid before the start of the procedure. As soon as we get everything confirmed, we will be able to start with the second step of the enrollment.

Second step: Approval Procedure

The Technical University of Gabrovo sends the application documents of the admitted students as well as document confirming the recognition of the candidate’s Master Degree diploma to the Ministry of Education and Science, following the procedure for issuing long-term (D-type) visas, in accordance with the legislation in the Republic of Bulgaria. The Ministry of Education and Science issues Admission Certificates only for the prospective students, who have been admitted for study. The Admission Certificate is valid only for the academic year for which it has been issued therefore the candidate must apply for Bulgarian visa as soon as she/he gets it. The Technical University of Gabrovo sends the Admission Certificate personally to the applicant at the address given in the Application Form.

Third Step: Doctoral Enrollment

First option: The candidate to be enrolled as a full-time Doctoral student. The respected Faculty inspects the application documents of the candidate as well as the admission letter, issued by the Ministry of Education and Science and takes decision of his/her enrolment at Technical University of Gabrovo. The annual tuition fee for full-time training in English language is 3500 Euro. The training period is 3 years.
Second option: the candidate to be enrolled as a part-time Doctoral student. The enrolment procedure is the same as the one for full-time Doctoral students. The annual tuition fee for part-time training is 2000 Euro. The training period is 4 years.

Fourth Step: Training

With the support of the Department and the Supervisor an Individual Curriculum will be prepared. The subjects, which need to be covered by the Doctoral student
during his/her training period, will be shown in the Curriculum. For the full-time and part-time Doctoral students the 3 year training period must be concluded. The Dissertation Defence Procedure must be paid by the candidate. It will roughly cost 2000 BGN (1030 EUR), depending on the status of the reviewers (Associate Professors or full Professors).

Additional Information:

The University offers accommodation at the students’ hostels to all Doctoral students who would like to stay there. The rent is between 35 and 40 EUR per month. The cost of living is between 100 and 150 EUR per month.

DOCTORAL (Ph.D.) DEGREE COURSES

  • Applied Mechanics
  • Materials Science and Technology of Mechanical Engineering Materials
  • Construction Mechanics and Material Resistance
  • Machine Studies and Elements
  • Theory of Mechanisms, Machines and Automatic Lines
  • Hydraulic and Pneumatic Drives
  • Mechanical Engineering Technologies
  • Material Cutting and Cutting Tools
  • Machine Tools and Systems
  • Machines and Equipment for Light Industry
  • Lighting Equipment and Light Sources
  • Electrical Mechanics
  • Power Engineering and Electrical Equipment
  • Metrology and Metrology Equipment
  • Precision and Instrument Engineering
  • Industrial Heat Technologies
  • Communication Networks and Systems
  • Technology of Textile Materials
  • Microelectronics
  • Quantum Electronics and Optoelectronics
  • Integration of Electronics (by branches and research trends)
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Automation and Computer Science Elements and Devices
  • Computer Systems and Networks
  • Computer Aided Design in Engineering (by branches)
  • Computerized Systems for Information Processing and Control (by branches)

Last Updated on Friday, 11 March 2016 14:56
 
Erasmus Policy Statement PDF Print E-mail

The Technical University of Gabrovohas been awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education for the Erasmus+ programme 2014-2021. The Erasmus Policy Statement (below) sets out our institutional strategy in relation to the Charter. 

 

We believe that higher education is a power for good and makes a significant economic, intellectual and cultural contribution to the world.  We are committed to international excellence through the creation of world-changing research and high quality, inspirational teaching within an inclusive academic culture.

International collaborative partnerships are a core element in our broader strategic objectives in regard to teaching, learning and research. All successful partnerships are the result of shared commitment to, and mutual benefit from, the relationship.   Many of our partnerships result from individual links between academic staff.  Others have been introduced through existing partners or other networks.  Our international partner institutions are diverse, reflecting the different needs and priorities of our partners’ and our own students and staff.   As well as developing partnerships which are multi-dimensional and strategic, we also recognise the place of specialist, focussed partnerships for specific purposes.

In regard to mobility we are committed to extend the range and nature of the opportunities we can offer to our students, as integral or optional credit mobility components of an ever-increasing range of degree programmes, principally, but not exclusively, at Bachelor level.   This will include both study and work placements in participating and non-participating countries.  We will continue to explore short-term mobility in order to encourage participation by a more diverse student body and to introduce new and less familiar study destinations in non-participating countries.


We will actively promote international mobility when recruiting new studentsand to current students through our network of departmental co-ordinators. We have successfully made arrangements with partner institutions to enable students with disabilities to participate in Erasmus exchange.  We will build on our experience to enhance and develop inclusive polices and practice in regard to all aspects of mobility.


Mobility of academic and administrative staff is a priority for effective partnership relationship management, support of co-operation projects, professional training, teaching delivery and programme development.  In this context we will explore opportunities for joint delivery of Master’s programmes with partners from both participating and non-participating countries.


In all our international activities we recognise the importance of regular monitoring and evaluation, as well as benchmarking with peers, in order to inform and influence our future practice, policy and strategy.

We expect to focus primarily on the development of selected existing partnerships and to extend their scope so that they contribute to achieving the objectives of the EU Modernisation Agenda for Higher Education, for example, by developing relationships with other key stakeholders and/or cross-sector co-operation.  In order to realise these objectives we will engage in more strategic and sustainable relationships based on deeper mutual understanding of our capabilities, capacity and priorities.


We envisage that the impact of the European Union’s Modernisation and Internationalisation Agenda in Higher Education will be seen at the Technical University of Gabrovo in each of the five priority areas:

1. Increasing attainment levels to provide the graduates and researchers Europe needs

We believe that universities are not just the privilege of elites, and that a diverse student and staff body makes the University stronger.
We will develop our commitment to widening participation and inclusivity, through our outreach programmes and projects, our admissions policies and practice, and in our policy to provide targeted financial assistance to minimise barriers to entry, progression and mobility.

 

2. Improving the quality and relevance of higher education

We have high aspirations for our graduates, and proactively deliver employment-related skills that will enable our graduates to meet these aspirations.
As providers of a broad-based portfolio of distance learning programmes, we will continue to develop and diversify our transnational education provision at all three cycles and short cycle.  Across all our programmes, both distance learning and campus-based, we will make innovative use of new information and communications technologies to enrich teaching and enhance the student experience.
We will actively promote to students and staff the personal and professional development benefits of international mobility and highlight to prospective employers the transferable skills and competences typically associated with this experience, such as cross-cultural communication and language skills.


3. Strengthening quality through mobility and cross-border collaboration

We believe that we improve and grow stronger by listening to, and learning from, others. Working with our partners in participating and non-participating countries, we will expand our knowledge and experience of other education systems and qualifications to facilitate admission, progression, recognition, exchange and co-operation in programme development.
We will seek to offer more diverse mobility opportunities to our staff and students, and to include mobility as an integral or optional element of an increasing number of study programmes.


4. Making the knowledge triangle work

We work in partnership with business and industry, including regional associations, to exploit our intellectual capital and create a highly-skilled workforce.
Working with industry translates research into innovations that shape our world, tackling global challenges and transforming lives.  We will develop our research collaboration with industry and the public sector, and will seek to increase opportunities for integration of industrial experience into degree programmes.


5. Improving governance and funding

As we continue to diversify our funding sources across the range of our activities, our priority will be re-investment in the academic mission and strategic vision of the University.

 
Student Scientific Session PDF Print E-mail

The Technical University of Gabrovo organizes a Student Scientific Session, which will be held at the University, on 21st October, 2016.

Students from other universities in the country and abroad are welcome to take part in it. Copies of the papers should be sent to the University’s Student Council and to e-mail address: sns@tugab.bgnot later than 17th October, 2016.

*For international participants - the scientific papers should be sent to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it only.

TOPICS:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Communication Engineering and Technologies
  • Automation and Computer Systems
  • Design of Machines and Instruments
  • Technologies in Mechanical Engineering end Textile Production
  • Hydraulics, Pneumatics and Heat Engineering
  • Economics and Finance
  • Social Sciences and Humanities
  • Mathematics and Physic
  • Chemistry, Ecology

Last Updated on Friday, 26 February 2016 14:24
 
ACCREDITED PhD MAJOR SUBJECTS at TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY of GABROVO PDF Print E-mail
The following PhD major subjects taught at Technical University of Gabrovo have been accredited:
1. Applied Mechanics
2. Material Science and Technology of Materials
3. Machine Studies and Elements
4. Theory of Mechanisms, Machines and Automatic Lines
5. Hydraulic and Pneumatic Drives
6. Mechanical Engineering Technologies
7. Material Cutting and Cutting Tools
8. Machine Tools and Systems
9. Machines and Equipment for Light Industry
10. Lighting Equipment and Light Sources
11. Electrical Mechanics
12. Power Engineering and Electrical Equipment
13. Metrology and Metrology Equipment
14. Precision and Instrument Engineering
15. Industrial Heat Technologies
16. Communication Networks and Systems
17. Technology of Textile Materials
18. Microelectronics
19. Optoelectronics
20. Integration of Electronics (by branches and research trends)
21. Industrial Electronics
22. Automation and Computer Science Elements and Devices
23. Computer Systems and Networks
24. Computer Aided Design in Engineering
25. Computerized Systems for Information Processing and Control (by
branches)

 
Required application documents PDF Print E-mail

Information for Prospective International Students Applying for Admission at the Technical University of Gabrovo

 

The Technical University of Gabrovo welcomes applications from international students holding diplomas for completed secondary education that allow them access to training at the respective higher education institutions in the country where the secondary education has been completed.

 

Required application documents:

  1. Completed Application Form with short biographical data stating the degree course the applicant wishes to follow – MS-Word format.

  2. Transcript of the diploma for completed secondary education and the grades supplement – when the application is for the full duration of the degree course.

  3. Document issued by the competent authorities stating the eligibility of the applicant to continue his/her education at the higher education institutions in the country where the secondary education has been completed

  4. Academic transcript – when the application is for a period of study.

  5. Copy of the document/diploma for completed higher education with a degree corresponding to the academic qualification degree of Bachelor or Master – for applicants for Master degree courses.

  6. Document certifying the level of Bulgarian language proficiency, issued by a higher education institution in Bulgaria – for applicants who will not do the preparatory Bulgarian language course.

  7. Medical Certificate issued not earlier than a month before the date of application and attested by the respective authorities in the country from which the applicant comes.

  8. Copy of the citizenship documents – for applicants with a double citizenship, one of which is Bulgarian.

  9. Four passport-size photographs.

  10. Photocopy of the international passport showing the applicant’s full name written in Roman alphabet.

Documents 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 must be legalized, translated and attested in accordance with the regulations set in the international agreements of the Republic of Bulgaria with the country where they have been issued, or, in case there is no such agreement, the documents are attested following the general procedure for document legalization, translation and attestation.

The application documents are submitted to the Technical University of Gabrovo. The minimum average grade in the subjects, which form the university entrance score for the degree course applied for, shown in the diploma for completed secondary education (document No. 2 from the list of required application documents) cannot be lower than 62 % of the maximum grade according to the assessment system in the country where the secondary education has been completed. Owing to the long procedure of issuing student visas, applicants are advised to submit their application documents at least two months before the beginning of the academic year.

 

The application documents can be submitted:

  • Personally at the Technical University of Gabrovo, International Students Office, Main Administrative Building (“Rectorate”), room 3209;

  • By post (registered mail or courier service) to the following address: International Office, Technical University of Gabrovo, 4 Hadji Dimitar Str., 5300 Gabrovo, Bulgaria;

  • By authorized persons from the Technical University of Gabrovo, staying temporarily in the country from which the applicant comes;

  • Through the Ministry of Education and Science for applicants coming from restrictive countries.

Prospective students must submit their application documents not later than 1st October in the year for which they apply.

Prospective students who apply for Master degree courses after acquiring Bachelor or Master degrees must submit their application documents not later than the beginning of the summer semester of the respective academic year.

The Technical University of Gabrovo sends the application documents of the admitted students to the Ministry of Education and Science, following the procedure for issuing long-term (D-type) visas, in accordance with the legislation in the Republic of Bulgaria.

The Ministry of Education and Science sends Admission Certificates to the prospective students who have been admitted for study. The Admission Certificate is valid only for the academic year for which it has been issued. The Technical University of Gabrovo sends the Admission Certificate personally to the applicant at the address given in the Application Form.

Last Updated on Friday, 26 February 2016 14:26
 
Training of admitted students PDF Print E-mail

The Technical University of Gabrovo provides a preparatory Bulgarian language course for admitted international students. The training is carried out according to teaching documentation, consisting of a curriculum and study programmes. Its duration is not less than 9 months, with workload of 650 contact hours in Bulgarian language and 350 contact hours in specialized subjects (mathematics and physics for the engineering degree courses, and mathematics and English language for the social and economic degree courses).

The training in Bulgarian language is completed with a written and oral exam before an examination board. Students who complete the preparatory course successfully receive certificates.

Prospective students who speak Bulgarian are enrolled in the first year of the degree course they have chosen without sitting an entrance exam, after passing a Bulgarian language proficiency exam.

The Bachelor degree courses at the Technical University of Gabrovo are:

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Electronics

  • Automation, Information and Control Systems
  • Electronics
  • Power Engineering and Electrical Equipment
  • Computer Systems and Technologies
  • Communication Equipment and Technologies


Faculty of Mechanical and Precision Engineering

  • Industrial Engineering
  • Heating, Ventilation, Air-conditioning and Gas Equipment
  • Hydraulic and Pneumatic Equipment
  • Computer Technologies in Mechanical Engineering
  • Textile Design, Equipment and Technologies
  • Materials Technologies and Management
  • Environment Protection Equipment and Technologies
  • Computer Design in Industry
  • Mechatronics


Faculty of Economics

  • Economics of Commerce
  • Public Administration
  • Management of Economy
  • Social Work
  • Industrial Management


The Master degree courses at the Technical University of Gabrovo are:

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Electronics

  • Automation, Information and Control Systems
  • Automotive Electronics
  • Industrial Safety
  • Power Engineering and Electrical Equipment
  • Electronics
  • Computer Systems and Technologies
  • Communications Equipment and Technologies
  • Optoelectronics and Laser Technology


Faculty of Mechanical and Precision Engineering

  • Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Computer Methods and Technologies in Mechanical Engineering
  • Computer Design in Industry
  • Mechatronics
  • Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning of Industrial Objects
  • Environment Protection and Sustainable Development
  • Precision Engineering and Instrument Design
  • Textile Engineering and Technologies
  • Environment Protection Equipment and Technologies
  • Technologies and Equipment in Mechanical Engineering
  • Materials Science and Technologies
  • Hydraulic and Pneumatic Engineering


Faculty of Economics

  • Public Administration
  • Social Work
  • Management of Economy: Human Resources Management
  • Industrial Management


Full-time and part-time training for attaining the degree of Bachelor lasts four years. If the bachelor degree holder wishes to acquire Master degree, the course of study is one and a half years (3 semesters) after completion of the Bachelor degree course. Enrolment is also possible in a Master degree course different from the degree course followed for attaining Bachelor degree. In this case the training starts with a preparatory semester for mastering major subjects that are formative for the degree course, and the overall duration of study is 5 semesters.

After the successful completion of a full course of study, the Technical University of Gabrovo issues an internationally recognized type of document – diploma for the degree of Bachelor or Master, and a European Diploma Supplement showing the number of academic hours and credits for each subject studied, as well as the grades.

Starting from academic year 2008/2009, the Technical University of Gabrovo offers training in English to international students in some of the degree courses.
 

Last Updated on Friday, 26 February 2016 14:26
 
Tuition fees and enrolment of admitted students PDF Print E-mail

Newly-admitted students arriving at the Technical University of Gabrovo have to complete registration documents in the International Students Office, Main Administrative Building (“Rectorate”), 2nd floor, room 3209, and then pay the tuition fee at the DSK Bank office in the same building, 1st floor, room 3115 A.

The tuition feesat the Technical University of Gabrovo are determined annually by an Act of the Council of Ministers and are paid in BGL, according to the exchange rate determined by the Bulgarian National Bank.

The annual tuition fees for full-time studies for the academic year 2016/2017 are:

  • for the preparatory Bulgarian language course- 1000 EUR;
  • the annual tuition fee for full-time studies in a Bachelor degree course in Bulgarian language is 1120 EUR, paid in two equal installments at the beginning of each semester;
  • the annual tuition fee for full-time studies in a Master degree coursein Bulgarian language is 1400 EUR, paid in two equal installments at the beginning of each semester;
  • the annual tuition fee for full-time studies in a Bachelor degree course in English language is 2500 EUR, paid in two equal installments at the beginning of each semester;
  • the annual tuition fee for full-time studies in a Master degree course in English language is 3000 EUR, paid in two equal installments at the beginning of each semester;
  • the annual tuition fee for full-time studies in a Doctoral Degree course in Bulgarian language is 3000 EUR.
  • the annual tuition fee for full-time studies in a Doctoral Degree course in English language is 3500 EUR.

Students with a double citizenship, one of which is Bulgarian, are entitled to a 50% waiver of the tuition fee.

The University offers accommodation at the students’ hostels to all students who would like to stay there. The rent is between 45 and 50 EUR per month. The cost of living is between 100 and 150 EUR per month.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 July 2016 07:23
 
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