Student mobility – learning


Studying abroad
The Erasmus + Programme facilitates the exchange of students and PhD students between the Programme Countries ( the EU, Turkey and FYR Macedonia).
Studying abroad under the Erasmus +Programe, you can improve your communication, language and intercultural skills and gain social skills which are highly valued by employers. You can also combine learning with an internship programme to gain work experience, which is of significant importance for your future realisation at the labour market.
These opportunities are available for bachelor’s and master’s degree students, a swell as for PhD students.
If you are going to one of the programme’s countries, you can use the online Erasmus + Language Support (OLS) to learn the language in which the lessons will be held.
Duration
The study period abroad must be of minimum 3 months and maximum of 12 months for each degree (Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree, Doctor’s Degree).
You can participate in more than one Erasmus + abroad exchange as a student or a trainee, but the total length of periods abroad can not exceed 12 months within one training cycle.
Application
At the TU-Varna, the selection of students and PhD students for participation in Erasmus + mobility is done through a selection procedure, which is carried out by the Directorate of International Cooperation and Foreign Students.

The step-by-step procedure is as follows:


RequirementsApplicationDepartureReport

Application periods end 3 months prior to the beginning of the semester at the chosen foreign university.
Applicants have to speak English or the language of the host country at a level not lower than B1, which has to be proved in one of the following ways:
• the mark received at a state matriculation exam in the language;
• a certificate;
• an exam to test language skills.
In case you have chosen to verify your foreign language skills through a state matriculation exam mark or through a certificate, you need to scan and apply a secondary education diploma with an assessment from the state maturation exam in the language or one of the following certificates:
• English: PET Preliminary, BEC Preliminary, FEC, BEC Vantage, CAE, BEC Higher, CPE, BULATS, IELTS, TOEFL iBT
• German: Goethe – Zertifikat, ÖSD, DSD, TestDaF
• French: DELF / DALF
• Spanish: DELE
• Italian language: CILS, CELI, PLIDA
The assessment from the State matriculation examination and the certificate shall be equated according to a table for equivalent results.
For the candidates willing to take a language exam, English and Spanish language examinations are provided.
Expected grants during the academic year 2018/2019:



GroupCountryMonthly grant (EUR / month)
Group 1
Countries participating in the program with a high standard of living
Austria, UK, Ireland, Italy, Finland, France, Sweden520
Group 2
Countries participating in the program with an average standard of living
Belgium, Germany, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, Turkey, Croatia, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic520
Group 3
Countries participating in the program with a low standard of living
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary470

An application form for participation in the Erasmus +Programme is submitted. The application is examined by the Academic Exchange Commission. Only applicants who have proven their foreign language fluency are ranked. Applicants who have taken the exam but not passed it successfully are not allowed to participate in the ranking. .
The rating is formed from the student’s grade point average until the date of application and the language fluency assessment.

Preparation of documents to be sent to the partner university
After the ranking has been announced, the ranked students have to begin preparing the following documents to be sent to the partner university:
• An application form (it has to be completed in duplicate in accordance with the template of the partner university, if there is not such a template- you can use the form of TU – Varna by making the necessary corrections).
•A Learning Agreement (it has to be completed in duplicate in accordance with the template of the host university or in accordance with a template of the TU-Varna).
• Accommodation form (if such a form is not available at the website of the partner university, you should contact the coordinator of the relevant university and arrange the accommodation options.
• Some additional documents, such as a copy of a health insurance card, an academic transcript, etc., may be required depending on the accepted rules at the partner university.
Signing a bilateral grant agreement
Prior to your departure for the partner university, you have to sign a grant agreement by submitting declaration stating that you are a holder of a bank account. In the form of the agreement, you have to fill in only your personal details and your bank account details and send it to the Erasmus University office by email. It is obligatory to fill in the address of the bank in the declaration that you are a holder of a bank account only if the account was opened in a foreign bank and in such case the the address of the student abroad is also required.
If it is not possible for you to sign the contract personally, a relative or friend with a notarized power of attorney may do this for you. A sample of power of attorney with the minimum requirements may be downloaded from the set of documents available below. Upon signing the contract, you will receive 80% of the amount of money which is foreseen for the entire period of your stay at the partner university, and upon returning and presenting the after-mobility documents you will receive the remaining 20%.
You may receive the grant to the bank account set out in your declaration. It is obligatory to fill in correctly the field address of the bank if the account is opened in a foreign bank, as well as the address of the student abroad.
Each student is responsible for checking the academic calendar of the university to which he / she is going to study and his / her departure should be in compliance with this schedule. The academic calendar or correspondence specifying the dates of the period of the student’s studies has to be presented to the Erasmus officer when the grant agreement is signed. Some universities organise a WelcomeWeek, or language courses for which you also need to be personally informed.
You should inform the coordinator of the exact date of your arrival so that they arrange welcoming for you if they provide such a service.
Online Language Support (OLS)
Each student participating in Erasmus + is required to take an online test to determine their linguistic level before and after the end of the mobility if the working language during mobility is foreign to them. All participants whose level is lower than C1 are also offered a free online language course. Online language support is available in the following languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Czech, Danish, Polish, Dutch, Slovenian and Greek.

Upon your return, you have to submit to the ERASMUS Office of TU-Varna the following documents no later than 30 days after this date:
1. Transcript of records – an academic transcript of the results you have achieved at the partner university, translated into Bulgarian by a licensed agency. If it was not issued until the departure of the student, it will subsequently be received by post.
2. Confirmation – a document issued by the partner university certifying the duration of the student’s stay there.
3. A second document certifying the duration of the actual stay abroad *: travel tickets (round trip + boarding passes if you were traveling by plane); a copy of the international passport if there any stamps were put at the border; or a rental contract with the dates of check-in and check-out specified.
*NB! – Only one of the three documents which supplements the Confirmation is required.
4. A Work Report in Bulgaria, which has to be sent to email address: erasmus@tu-varna.bg
5. Changes to the Learning Agreement – if you have made any changes to your selection of subjects, you have to put them down them in this document (Part During the mobility) and have a stamp pot on it at the partner university before your return.
Attention! – The final version of the Learning Agreement has to be in full compliance with the Transcript of Records.
Immediately after the expiry of the period of your mobility under your grant agreement, you are going to receive an electronic questionnaire in English language /EUSurvey. After you have answered all questions you should submit it by selecting „submit“ buton and you should save your report as a PDF file. Thus you may prove that you filled it in and submitted it, if any technical problem arise with its automatic reporting to the EUSurvey Platform. Only in such case you will be required by your ERASMUS + Coordinator to send him the abovementioned PDF file.
When you are planning your return, you have to consider that 20% of the remaining grant is paid for the actual time spent at the partner university, as proved by the records. If there is any discrepancy between the arrival and departure dates in both documents, the later arrival date and the earlier departure date will be accepted. If the contract is for a longer period, the 20% paid after the return will be reduced; if there is a difference between the actual stay and the stay set out in the agreement, you may need to reimburse a portion of the grant you were awarded.
After the end of the mobility, each student may receive a certificate of participation in the Erasmus + Program issued by the International Cooperation and Foreign Students Directorate by a preliminary arrangement.



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Student mobility – practice


At the Technical University of Varna, students and PhD are selected to participate in the Erasmus + Programme through a selection procedure, which is carried out by the Directorate for International Cooperation and Foreign Students.

The step-by-step procedure is as follows:

RequirementsApplicationDepartureReport

The minimum stay is two calendar months and the scholarship is paid only for the actual hours worked by the trainee at employer’s company. This has to be proved with the documents submitted to the ERASMUS office upon the trainee’s return.
Requirements for the applicants
At the time of applying, the student has to have continuous student rights. Graduate students may also apply for a traineeship, provided that they have been selected prior to their graduation and do the traineeship within one year after their graduation. An important condition for the traineeship is to be done in the field of the student’s degree course at TU-Varna. Application deadlines: The students wiling to participate in the programme may apply at any time during the year. The funds for the programme are strictly determined and applications for participation are accepted until the grant has been spent. Expected grants for the Academic year 2018/2019:



GroupCountryMonthly grant (EUR / month)
Group 1
Countries participating in the program with a high standard of living
Austria, UK, Ireland, Italy, Finland, France, Sweden720
Group 2
Countries participating in the program with an average standard of living
Belgium, Germany, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, Turkey, Croatia, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic720
Group 3
Countries participating in the program with a low standard of living
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary670

Preparation of documents

1. Students prepare a CV and a motivation letter (if required by the employer) and send them to the employers of their choice. The activities of the employer’s company have to be in the field of the students’ degree courses.

2. After receiving approval from their prospective employer, the students submit to the Erasmus Office of the University an Acceptance Letter by the employer and submit an Erasmus + Mobility Application Form. The application is considered by the Academic Exchange Commission.

3. The next step is to prepare the following documents:
• If TU-Varna does not have a bilateral agreement (Letter of Intent) with the employer, such an agreement has to be signed in duplicate with the assistance of the student.

• The selected students prepare a Learning Agreement for Traineeship) in triplicate. This agreement has to be signed by the student, the Dean of the respectivefaculty and the employer.
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• A Grant Agreement which is prepared before the student’s departure.
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A LIST OF THE MANNING COMPANIES, PARTNERS OF TU-VARNA under the “ERASMUS +” Program / for Practices onboard ships/:

• COM Maritime LTD / BMF/, Malta / working language – Bulgarian /
• IHB SHIPPING C / O W.J.Parnis, England / working language – Bulgarian /
• OVERSEAS MARITIME LTD / OCEANCREW /, Cyprus / working language – Bulgarian /
• COSMOS AGENCY / GalaxyPowerGmbH /, England / working language – English /
• ZODIAC Maritime Agencies Ltd., England / working language – English /

Signing a grant agreement
Prior to your departure for the partner university, you have to sign a grant agreement and submit a declaration which states that you have a bank account. In the form of the agreement you have to only fill in your personal details and your bank account details and then send it to the Erasmus office of TU-Varna by email.
It is obligatory to fill in the address of the bank in the bank account declaration only if the account was opened in a foreign bank. In such case the overseas address of the student is also required.
If it is not possible for you to sign the contract in person, a relative or friend of yours may do this for you but in such case they have to present a notarized power of attorney. A sample of a power of attorney with the basic requirements for it can be downloaded from the set of documents below.
Upon signing the agreement you will receive 80% of the amount of money which is payable for the entire period of the traineeship.
After your return you have to submit the required after mobility documents. We are going to calculate the duration of your actual stay and you may receive the remaining 20% of the grant. If your actual stay was shorter than that set out in your agreement, the remainder of the grant which you will receive will be reduced.

Online linguistic support
Every student participating in the Erasmus + programme is required to do an online test to determine their level of language fluency before and after the mobility if the working language during mobility is a foreign one for them. All participants whose level is lower than C1 are also offered a free online language course. Online language support is available in the following languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Czech, Danish, Polish, Dutch, Slovenian and Greek.

Upon your return, within 15 days you have to submit the following documents to the ERASMUS Office of TU-Varna:
1. Transcript of works – signed by the mentor at the company by which you were employed.
2. Certificate of Stay – signed and stamped by your employer.
3. A second document certifying the duration of your actual stay abroad *, such as travel tickets (a roundtrip ticket+ boarding passes if you travelled by plane); a copy of your international passport if any stamps were put on it at the border; or a rental agreement translated into Bulgarian language by a licenced agency with your check-in and check-out dates specified.
*NB! Only one of the three documents which is complementary to the Certificate of Stay is required.
4. A Work Report in Bulgarian language which has to be prepared in accordance with a standard form and sent by email to erasmus@tu-varna.bg.
Immediately after the expiry of the period of your mobility under your grant agreement, you are going to receive an electronic questionnaire in English language /EUSurvey. After you have answered all questions you should submit it by selecting „submit“ buton and you should save your report as a PDF file. Thus you may prove that you filled it in and submitted it, if any technical problem arise with its automatic reporting to the EUSurvey Platform. Only in such case you will be required by your ERASMUS + Coordinator to send him the abovementioned PDF file.
When planning your return you should note that the remaining 20% of the grant is paid after the actual duration of the traineeship has been proved by the documents presented to the ERASMUS office after the mobility. If there is any discrepancy between the arrival and departure dates in both documents, the later date of arrival and the earlier date of departure will be accepted. If the agreement is for a longer period, the 20% of the grant which is paid to you after your return will be reduced. If there is a difference between your actual stay and the stay specified in the agreement, you may have to reimburse a portion of the grant you were awarded.
After carrying out the mobility activities, every student can be issued a Certificate of Participation in the Erasmus + Programme by the Directorate for International Cooperation and Foreign Students of TU-Varna (this has to be requested in advance).


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ERASMUS+ Coordinators


First name and Family Name Faculty Chaire-mailTelephone number
Assist. Prof. Dr eng. Zlatan Kolev Ganev Electrical EngineeringTheoretical and Measuring Electrical Engineering zganev@tu-varna.bg0899 904 967
Chief Assist. Prof. Dr Polina Stavreva-KostadinovaElectrical EngineeringSocial and Political Sciencespolina_stavreva@abv.bg0888 418 688
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mariya Ivanova DonchevaElectrical EngineeringSportsm_doncheva@abv.bg0896 666 148
Assoc.Prof Dr. eng Mediha Enver Mehmed-HamzaElectrical EngineeringElectrical Power Engineering mediha.hamza@mail.bg0895 653 289
Assoc. Prof. Dr eng Valentin Nikolov GyurovElectrical EngineeringElectrical Power Supply and Electrical Equipment valentin.giurov@tu-varna.bg0887 194 846
Assist Prof.eng. Nadezhda Dimitrova TsvetkovaElectrical EngineeringElectrical Engineering and Electrotechnology nadim@mail.bg0893 653 006
Assoc. Prof. Dr Marinela YordanovaCoordinator for the Faculty of Electrical Engineering m.yordanova@tu-varna.bg0898 990 504
Prof. Dr.eng Ventsislav Valchev Coordinator for the Faculty of Computing and Automation venci.valchev@tu-varna.bg /vencivalchev@hotmail.com/0896 875 302 / 383 266 /
Viliyan Krassimirov PetkovComputing and AutomationAutomationvilianpetkov@gmail.com0887 141 114
Chief Assist. Prof. Dr eng Plamen Valentinov Yankov Computing and AutomationElectronicsplamenvalentinov@gmail.com0896 666 142
Assoc. Prof. Dr. eng Yulka Petkova PetkovaComputing and AutomationComputer Science and Technologies yulka.petkova@tu-varna.bg0896 666 129 /052 383 403/
Assoc. Prof. Dr eng Valentina Ilieva Markova Computing and AutomationTelecommunications valliq@abv.bg 0877 148 136
Assoc. Prof. Dr eng Maryana Tsvetanova Stoeva Computing and AutomationSoftware and Internet Technologies mariana_stoeva@abv.bg0894 651799 052 383 616
Marin SivovChair of the Student Council marin_sivov95@tu-varna.bg0887 650 876
Dimitar Valkov Coordinator of the Student Councild.volkoff@abv.bg0899 857 646
Denitsa DimovaCoordinator of the Student Councildenicadimova.gre@gmail.com0988 36 67 16
Assoc. Prof. Dr eng Pavlina Kalcheva Toteva-LyutovaCoordinator for the Faculty of Machine Technology Technology of Machinebuilding and Metal Cutting Tools pavlina_toteva@abv.bg0894 663 008 /383 208/
Chief Assist. Prof. Dr eng Radostin Dimitrov DimitrovFaculty of Machine Technology and coordinator for the college at TU-Varna Transport Engineering and Technologies r_dimitrov@tu-varna.bg0877 426 096 /383 464/
Assoc. Prof. Dr.eng Momchil Todorov TachevMachine Technology Industrial Design m_tachev@abv.bg0899 027 714 /383 309/
Assist. Prof. Maryana Radkova MurzovaMachine Technology Industrial Managementm.murzova@gmail.com0878 011 073 /383 336/
Assoc. Prof. Dr eng Diyan Minkov DimitrovMachine Technology Mechanics and Machine Elements dimitrov.dyan@gmail.com0877 426 096 /383 287/
Assist. Prof. Dr. eng Daniela Todorova SpasovaMachine Technology Material Science danielats@abv.bg0888 691 004 /383 550/
Assoc. Prof. Dr eng Plamen Nedkov PetrovCoordinator for the Dobrudja College of Technologypetpl@abv.bg0897 842 020 /383 576/
Assoc. Prof. Dr eng Anna Konstantinova SimeonovaCoordinator for the Shipbuilding Faculty annsim@abv.bg0878 148 121 /383 272/
Assoc. Prof. Dr eng Daniela ChakarovaShipbuildingThermal Engineering chakyrova_d@abv.bg0878 148 108 /383 445/
Assoc. Prof. Dr eng Galina IlievaShipbuildingNaval Architecture and Marine Engineering galinaili@yahoo.com0894 642 316
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Miglena Drumeva ShipbuildingPlant Production m_drumeva@abv.bg0899 162 732
Senior lecturer Boryana Genova ShipbuildingNavigationboryana35@yahoo.com0877 655 301
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Daniela Simeonova Toneva-ZheynovaShipbuildingEnvironmental Protection d_toneva@abv.bg0888 525 903
Chief Assist. Prof. Dr. Diana Kirilova NedelchevaCoordinator for the Department of Mathematics, Physics and Foreign Languagesdkondova@abv.bg0896 798 474 /0878 148 203/
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vladimir Ivanov PulovDepartment of Mathematics, Physics and Foreign Languages vpulov@yahoo.com /vpulov@hotmail.com/0878 148 110
Senior lecturer Nadezhda Hristova HristovaDepartment of Mathematics, Physics and Foreign Languages na_hristova@yahoo.com0878 148 353

University Partners


CountryInstitutionDomainMobilityInternet Address
BelgiumGhent UniversityElectronics and Automation;Student traineeshipshttps://www.ugent.be/en
GermanyHochschule Bremen – University of Applied SciencesShipbuilding and Marine Engineering;Studieshttps://www.hs-bremen.de/internet/en/
GermanyUniversity of RostockEngineering Sciences, Production and Construction; Electronics and Automation;Studieshttps://www.uni-rostock.de/en/
GermanyHochschule WismarTransport, Shipbuilding, Aviation; Machine Engineering;
Ecology;
Studieshttps://www.hs-wismar.de/en/
DenmarkVIA University CollegeSocial Work and Consulting;Studies, Student traineeship http://en.via.dk/
IrelandInstitute of Technology BlanchardstownInformation and Communication Technologies Studies, Student traineeships www.itb.ie
fiona.canning@itb.ie
SpainUniversity of CartagenaElectronics and Automation; Engineering Sciences and Engineering Professions; Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering;Studies, Student traineeshipshttp://estudiaencartagena.upct.es/international/english/start/
SpainUniversity of DeustoElectronicsStudies, Student traineeshipshttp://www.deusto.es/cs/Satellite/deusto/en/university-deusto
SpainUniversity of ValenciaSocial Work and Consulting;Studies, Student traineeshipshttp://www.uv.es/
CyprusUniversity of NicosiaElectronics, Computer Science and Technologies;Studies, Student traineeshipshttps://www.unic.ac.cy/
LatviaRiga Technical UniversityBusiness and Administration ; Electrical Engineering and Energetics;Studies, Student traineeshipshttp://www.rtu.lv/en
LithuaniaKaunas University of TechnologyEngineering Sciences, P roduction and Construction; Industrial Design;Studies, Student traineeshiphttp://ktu.edu/en
LitvaVilnius Gediminas Technical UniversityEconomics;Business and AdministrationStudies, Student traineeshipshttp://www.vgtu.lt/index.php?lang=2
FYR Macedonia Goce Delcev University in StipNatural Sciences; Information and Communication Technologies; Agriculture; Engineering Sciences; Production and Construction Studies, Student traineeshipshttps://www.ugd.edu.mk/index.php/en/
FYR Macedonia “St Kliment Ohridski” University - BitolaInformation and Communication Technologies;Studieshttp://www.uklo.edu.mk/
FYR Macedonia University of Information and Technology “Saint Paul the Apostle” - OhridInformation and Comunication Technologies;Studieshttp://uist.edu.mk/
The NetherlandsFontys University of Applied ScienceInformation and Communication Technologies; Electronics and Automation;Studies, Student traineeshipshttps://fontys.edu/
PolandAGH University of Science and TechnologyMaterial Science;Studies, Student traineeshipshttp://www.agh.edu.pl/en
PolandKoszalin University of TechnologyEngineering Sciences, Production and Construction; Industrial Design;Studies, Student traineeshiphttp://www.tu.koszalin.pl/eng
PolandWroclaw University of Science and TechnologyComputer Science; Machinebuilding, Mechanical Engineering, Metal-Processing and Metallurgy;Studies, Student traineeshipshttp://pwr.edu.pl/en/
PolandWroclaw School of Information Technology WWSIS HoryzontInformation and Communication Technologies;Studies
PortugalUniversity of LisbonEngineering Sciences and Engineering Professions;Studieshttp://www.horyzont.eu/
PortugalPolytechnic institute of CoimbraElectronics, Robotics and Mechatronics, Computer Science, Industrial ManagementStudies
Staff mobility for teaching and studies
https://internationalrelations.ipc.pt/index.htm
RomaniaConstanta Maritime UniversityElectrical Engineering and Energetics; Electronics and Automation; Motor Transport Vehicles, Ships and Aeronautical Vehicles; Transportation Services; Environmental Protection Technologies;Studieshttps://cmu-edu.eu/
RomaniaTargu-Jiu UniversityMachinebuilding,Mechanical Engineering, Metal-processing and Metallurgy; Engineering Science and Engineering Professions; Electrical Engineering and Energetics; Electronics and Automation;Environmental Protection Technologies;Studies, Student traineeshiphttp://www.utgjiu.ro/
RomaniaTechnical University of IASIMachinebuilding, Mechanical Engineering, Metal-Processing and Metallurgy; Business and Administration;Studieshttp://www.tuiasi.ro/en/
RomaniaUniversity of BrasovEnvironmental Protection Technologies; Industrial Design;Studieshttp://www.unitbv.ro/en/Home.aspx
RomaniaUniversity of Alba IuliaUsing a computer; Electronics and Automation ; Agriculture;Studies, Student traineeships http://www.uab.ro/
Slovakia Slovak University of Agriculture in NitraAgriculture; Technologies for Environmental Protection;Studieshttps://www.uniag.sk/en/
Slovakia University of ZilinaMachine Engineering; Electrical Engineering, Electronics; Automation, Telecommunications; Business and Management, Computer Sciences; Medical Engineering, Social Sciences; Disasters and Emergencies Control;Studieshttps://www.uniza.sk/menu/inc.php?ver=SK
SloveniaUniversity of LjubljanaSocial Work and Consulting;Studieshttps://www.uni-lj.si/eng/
TurkeyBayburt UniversityEngineering Sciences and Engineering Professions;Studies, Student traineeships http://www.bayburt.edu.tr/
TurkeyKirikkale UniversityPhysics; Mathematics;Studies, Student traineeshipshttp://www.kku.edu.tr/Anasayfa
TurkeyYalova UniversityElectrical Engineering and Energetics; Information and Communication Technologies; Transportation Services, Business and Administration; Social Work and Consulting; Industrial Design;Studies , Student traineeshipshttp://www.yalova.edu.tr/
TurkeyKarabuk UniversityElectroenergetics,
Electronics and Automation
Studies, Student traineeshipshttp://uluslararsi.karabuk.edu.tr/ects/default.aspx
HungaryObuda UniversityInformation and Communication Technologies; Engineering Sciences and Engineering Professions;Studieshttp://erasmus.uni-obuda.hu/en/
HungarySzéchenyi István UniversityElectrical Engineering and Energetics; Electronics and Automation; Computer Science;Studieshttp://uni.sze.hu/en_GB/home
FinlandCENTRIA University of Applied SciencesPolitical and Civic Sciences. Social WorkStudent studies and traineeship
Staff mobility for teachning and studies
https://web.centria.fl/applicants/exchange

-students/application-for-exchange
France Institut Régional du Travail Social AquitaineSocial Work and Consulting;Studieshttp://www.irtsaquitaine.fr/
FranceUniversity of the Littoral Opal CoastEngineering Sciences and Engineering Professions; Electrical Engineering and Energetics; Using a computer; Social Work and Consulting; Business and Adminidtration; Sports;Studieshttp://www.univ-littoral.fr/
CroatiaUniversity of ZagrebMotor transport vehicles, Ship degree coursesStaff mobility for teachinghttps://www.uni.zg.hr/
The Czech RepublicBrno University of TechnologyEngineering Sciences and Engineering Professions; Machine Engineering; Automation;Studieshttps://www.vutbr.cz/en/
The Czech RepublicZákladní informace o škole
Moravská vysoká škola Olomouc
Business and Administration,Computer Science and Technologies;Studies, Student traineeships http://www.mvso.cz/
The Czech RepublicTechnical University of OstravaInforomation and Communication Technologies; Electronics and Automation; Engineering Sciences and Engineering Professions;Studieshttps://www.vsb.cz/en
The Czech RepublicTomas Bata UniversityEnvironmental Sciences; Ecology; Political Science and Civic Education;Studies, Student traineeshipshttp://www.utb.cz/?lang=2
The Czech RepublicPalacky University OlomoucPsychology/Engineering Sciences related to Virtual Reality;Studies, Student traineeshipshttps://www.upol.cz/en/

Incoming Students and Staff


Please contact our ERASMUS+ Office

The Technical University of Varna
Adress:
1, Studentska Str.
9010  the city of Varna
Bulgaria


Head of Department
Prof. DSc eng Hristo Skulev
Director of the Directorate International Cooperation and Foreign Students
Head of the Department  of International Cooperation

skulev@tu-varna.bg
+359 52 383 400

 

ERASMUS Office – room № 327 – NUK

eng. Sergey Dimitrov

“ERASMUS +” Coordinator for the Technical University of Varna
+ 359 52 302 442
+359 878 148 137
erasmus@tu-varna.bg
sedimitrov@tu-varna.bg

Adriana Aleksandrova

Expert International Cooperation
alexandrova@tu-varna.bg
+359 52 383 366