Undergraduate Program with Scholarships at American University in Bulgaria


Deadline:

March 01, 2016

Disciplines:

Any


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Undergraduate Program with Scholarships at American University in Bulgaria

Do you want to start your university education at AUBG? To evaluate your talent and academic potential, we are carefully considering all of the documents below, paying special attention to your TOEFL scores, school

Online Application Form

Start by submitting your Online Application
(You may also use UCA or CommonApp)

Essay

Write an essay, which will help the AUBG Admissions Committee become acquainted with you, understand your motivation to attend AUBG and determine how well you can express yourself. The essay should be on one of the following topics:

  • Choose an intellectual or creative experience (for example community involvement, a summer program, a unique project, travel abroad, etc.) from your high school years that you have enjoyed and highlight how you have grown personally because of the knowledge gained.
  • Provide examples of how democratic and ethical leadership can serve the needs of your country and the world. How is academic excellence, diversity and respect important for developing such leadership?

The essay limit is 650 words. It will be evaluated on the basis of clarity, creativity, completeness of response, sentence structure, paragraphing, spelling, grammar and style. You can use this essay template.

grades  and interview.

Letters of Recommendation

Submit two letters of recommendation from teachers, professors, guidance counselors and/or academic advisers familiar with your academic performance and potential for leadership. The letters can be written in English, Bulgarian or Russian.

You can print a template for your letters of recommendation.

Transcript

Most applicants would be applying in their last year of high school, before they have earned their diploma. Applicants must present an official transcript for the last 3 years of school, listing subjects taken, grades earned, and a calculated annual grade point average (GPA). The transcripts should have the applicant's name, contact information of the school, seal and signature of a school official. It could be either in English, Bulgarian, or Russian.

If you have already completed your high school, please submit a  copy of your high school diploma with the final grades. Copies must be notary verified and translated into English by a sworn translator.

English Proficiency Test

Arrange to have your official TOEFL score sent by ETS to the AUBG Admissions Office. The AUBG institutional code is 2451. Please note that AUBG does not accept personal score reports or photocopies. Your TOEFL must be less than two years old.

To register for TOEFL please visit www.toefl.org or take advantage of the Free TOEFL.

English Proficiency Test
Required Minimum

IBT – Internet Based TOEFL

80

PBT – Paper Based TOEFL

550

IELTS – International English Language Testing System

6.5

CPE – Certificate of Proficiency in English

≥ C

CAE – Certificate in Advanced English

≥ B

ECPE – Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English

Contact Admissions

PTE Academic – Pearson Test of English

59

City & Guilds – City & Guilds International ESOL (IESOL) and Spoken ESOL (ISESOL)

C1 - expert level in IESOL and ISESOL

Test preparation is available from our partner English language centers.

TOEFL may be waived for residents of the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

Portfolio

Your achievements and awards help us get a better picture of your skills, interests and strengths. Submit copies of the awards you are most proud of, show us your most impressive work, or send a CV that summarizes your story. Please use this CV template

Interview

We would like to know you better. The interview is your chance to show your motivation, showcase your achievements, and ask a question to a representative of AUBG. The interview may be in person, by phone, or by skype and will be scheduled after we receive your TOEFL scores.

SAT / ACT Result (Optional)

AUBG does not require SAT or ACT for admission and financial assistance purposes. AUBG applicants come from more than 40 countries and in our experience a single standardized test does not accurately convey their academic potential.

If you have already taken SAT or ACT, you may choose to submit your score by contacting Collegeboard or ACT. The AUBG institutional code for receiving official SAT Reasoning scores is 2451 and the code for the ACT scores is 5465.

Financial Assistance Application

In order to be considered for financial aid and scholarships you must submit an application for financial assistance* along with the necessary supporting documents.  You and your parents should read all instructions carefully and be as thorough as possible. Detailed instructions are available in English, Bulgarian,Romanian, Russian, Mongolian and Georgian.

If you are applying for Fall 2016, please wait for the Fall 2016 financial application form to be uploaded in December.

Supporting documents must be signed, sealed, translated by a sworn translator and mailed to our postal address below. Copies must also be notary verified.

Mailing Address

If not notified otherwise, send your paper application documents to our mailing address:

Admissions Office
ABF Student Center
American University in Bulgaria
12 Svoboda Bachvarova St.
Blagoevgrad 2700, Bulgaria

Contact us, if you have any questions concerning your application.

Admission Decision

The American University in Bulgaria follows a rolling admission notification plan, and the Admissions Committee notifies students in a timely fashion. Since the Admissions Committee’s decision is considered confidential, an official letter is sent to the student at the mailing address stated in the application form, within four weeks after all required documents are received at the AUBG Admissions Office.



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