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https://www.uni-sofia.bg http://phls.uni-sofia.bg/ When the first institution of higher education – Sofia University ‘St Kliment Ohridski’– was founded in Bulgaria in 1888, Philosophy was among its first fields of study. In 1951 there was established the Faculty of Philosophy and History with its three major departments: Philosophy, History and Pedagogy. In 1972 a separate Faculty of History was formed, and the remaining two departments of Philosophy and Pedagogy, as well as the newly established department of Psychology formed the Faculty of Philosophy. In 1986 Pedagogy was organized as a separate faculty. In the same year a new department joined the Faculty of Philosophy, and that wasRead More →

Application fee Candidates must pay BGN 30.00 application fee to be allowed to apply and BGN 30.00 for each exam if they are more than one. Some programmes accept grades from other exams in the faculty. Tuition fees Foreign citizens of Bulgarian nationality, citizens of the EU member countries or of a country, party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA) and of the Swiss Confederation can apply for training subsidized by the state and/ or for paid form. All other foreign applicants apply to study under Art. 95, Para 8 of the Higher Education Act and pay tuition fees which, for theRead More →

The Faculty of Philosophy in Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” is open in offering different programmes and forms of study to all candidates who meet the following requirements: 1. To have completed higher education with Bachelor’s or Master’s degree awarded. If the applicant’s Diploma is acquired from a foreign educational institution, it must be recognized with the purpose of obtaining access to further education within the higher education system of Sofia University ‘St. Kliment Ohridski’. Information how to do this can be found HERE 2. The average grade of the applicant’s Diploma for higher education (BA / BSc degree) to be no less than theRead More →

Application is open between 15.01.2021 and 30.01.2021 for the following programmes in English: European Master in Women’s and Gender History/full time Political pathologies of the global world (in English)/distance learning Philosophy taught in English/part time Philosophy taught in English/full time/state-subsidized Philosophy taught in English/full time Philosophy taught in English for candidates with a 3 years term of study Bachelor degree/part time Philosophy taught in English for candidates with a 3 years term of study Bachelor degree/full time/state-subsidized Philosophy taught in English for candidates with a 3 years term of study Bachelor degree/full time Applicants from EU/ EEA member countries –  apply HERE if you areRead More →