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Qualification awarded: Bachelor of Informatics

Full time study. Fully financially state supported

Admission requirements

    The selection of Bulgarian students is based on an entrance exam in mathematics. Candidates are selected according to their achievement on this exam and the grades in mathematics and physics from the high school diploma.


  • Educational
    To give fundamental theoretical background and develop practical skills in the main areas of informatics, computer science, software engineering and information systems.
  • Professional
    To prepare highly competent specialists in informatics able to apply theoretical knowledge in solving practical problems. To prepare professionals who will also be able to independently analyze, design and implement computer-based systems and computer nets.

Access to further studies

    Students who graduate with a bachelor degree in informatics can continue their education in all master degree programs at the Department. They can also begin a carrier as analytical and practical specialists in mathematical providing of computer systems; lecturers in institutions for higher education, applied specialists in other fields of science.

 Course structure diagram

Examination and grading regulations
    Final grades in each subject are based on written and oral examinations.

Graduation for the program:
    Final State Graduate Exam (for Bachelor degree)
Technical facilities 
    For educational purposes in the specialization there are modern computer laboratories, multi-media projectors, laptops, laser printers, scanners. Two libraries are also available. Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Linux are the most commonly used operational systems in the training process. Access to all Microsoft products is granted; the entire software for development of solutions based on Oracle is available.

Research areas
    The scientific research of the professors focuses on the problems in informatics.