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Admission in UNWE – once again on professional directions

Submitted on Tuesday, 10 February 2009No Comment
Admission in UNWE – once again on professional directions

The admission of university students in UNWE (University of National and World Economy) will be based once again on professional directions. The goal is to make the student choose a speciality after studying several fundamental university disciplines for a while and realizing his vision for future career.

Bachelors in six professional directions study in UNWE: “Economics”, “Administration and management”, “Political sciences”, “Public relations and informational sciences” and “Sociology, anthropology and cultural sciences”.

The university proposed to the Ministry of education and science a national admittance limit of 3 475 students, divided in professional directions:

“Economics” – 2 475; “Administration and management” – 375; “Political sciences” – 200; “Law” – 150; “Public relations and informational sciences” – 75; “Sociology” – 50.

150 students will study in the distance education program in the UNWE branch in Haskovo: 100 in “Economics” and 50 in “Administration and management”.

Students can apply for the preliminary admission tests between February 16th – March 18th.

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