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Erasmus+ EU students - studies

This page contains information for students who are thinking of coming to study at our University through the ERASMUS scheme.

The University of Veliko Tarnovo has bilateral agreements with more than 100 universities in 31 countries around the world and more than 350 agreements with universities within the framework of the Erasmus+ programme.

Here is a list of the courses offered by the University of Veliko Tarnovo:

  1. MODULE I
  2. MODULE II

MODULE I

Studying at the University of Veliko Tarnovo as Erasmus+ student is organized as follows:

Students choose courses from two Modules. The total number of credits is collected by choosing courses from Module I and Module II. (i.e. 15 ECTS from Module I and 15 ECTS from Module II.)

Module I is for all Erasmus+ students. Module II is different for each Faculty. In order to prepare your Learning Agreement please choose courses from the two Modules.

hours ICTS
20167600 Practical Bulgarian Language (Beginners) 60 5
20167601 Practical Bulgarian Language (Intermediate) 60 5
20167599 Practical Bulgarian Language (Advanced) 60 5
2000147 History оf Bulgaria 30 5
20167611 Bulgarian Art аnd Culture 30 5
20167609 Functional Fitness 15 5
20081027 Classical Massage 15 5
20167597 English (B2) 30 5
20167598 English (C1) 30 5
20167608

Computer Graphics Software and Technologies
(3d Graphics Systems)

30 5
20167612 Intercultural Competence Course 30 5
20063442 History of the European Integration 30 5
20052324 Project Management 30 5
200374 Volleyball 15 5
20041782 Football 15 5
       

MODULE II

FACULTY OF MODERN LANGUAGES

The students which have a good command of Bulgarian Language (B2/C1) can also choose courses with ICTS from all subjects at the University of Veliko Tarnovo offered from all Faculties. A list with courses offered in different languages at the Faculty of Modern Languages will be available soon.

Module (Winter)

hours ICTS
20167604 Writing Bulgaria in English: Bulgaria in Anglophone Texts by Bulgarian Migrant Writers 15 5
20167603 Contemporary Travel Writing in English 15 5
20134234 Radio Communication 15 5

 
Module (Spring)

hours ICTS
20167604 Writing Bulgaria in English: Bulgaria in Anglophone Texts by Bulgarian Migrant Writers 15 5
20167603 Contemporary Travel Writing in English 15 5
20167602 Press Journalism 15 5

LANGUAGES

FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS AND INFORMATICS

In order to complete your Learning Agreement with courses from the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics you have to choose up to 4 /Depends on how much courses you have chosen from Module I/. Please take into account that only 4 from the 6 courses for each semester will be held. (It depends on how many people will choose the respective course. The 4 courses with the larger number of participants will be held)

Module (Winter)

  hoursICTS
20167605Data Bases/Multimedia Databases155
20179138Computer Multimedia155
20102265Cloud Computing155
20167607Object-Oriented Programming155
20179139
Internet of Things155
20041837Applied Mathematics155


Module (Spring)

  hoursICTS
20167605Data Bases/Multimedia Databases155
20167606Web Programming155
20041623Computer Architectures155
20178474Software Design155
20041746Computer Networks155
20179140
Multimedia Systems for Analysis and Research155

FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY

In order to complete your Learning agreement with courses from the Faculty of Philosophy you have to choose up to 4 /Depends on how much courses you have chosen from Module I/. Please take into account that only 4 from the 6 courses for each semester will be held. (It depends on how many people will choose the respective course. The 4 courses with the larger number of participants will be held)

Module (Winter)

hours ICTS
1998311 Pedagogical (Educational) Psychology 15 4
20167613 Introduction to Contemporary Political Philosophy 15 4
20091979 International Security 15 4
20167614 Philosophy of Education 15 4
20134359 Philosophy of Human Nature 15 4
20167615 Epistemology 15 4


Module (Spring)

hours ICTS
2007676 Psychological Research 15 4
20167616 European Union Political Institutions and EU Policies 15 4
20134357 Rational Decision-Making 15 4
20134050 Science and Society 15 4
200094 Philosophy of Law 15 4
2000201 Theory of International Relations 15 4

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

In order to complete your Learning agreement with courses from the Faculty of Education you have to choose up to 4 /Depends on how much courses you have chosen from Module I/. Please take into account that only 4 from the 6 courses for each semester will be held. (It depends on how many people will choose the respective course. The 4 courses with the larger number of participants will be held)

Module (Winter)

hours ICTS
20133953 Humane education 15 4
20081076 Social Work with At-risk Youth 15 4
2003124 Adapted physical activity 15 4
20041777 Winter sports 15 4
2000122 Teaching methods 15 4
20167262 Information and Communication Technologies in the Teaching Process and Work in Digital Environment 15 4


Module (Spring)

hours ICTS
20167617 Social work with families and parents 15 4
20167618 Volleyball (advanced) 15 4
20167619 Primary technology education 15 4
20001 Educational Foundation 15 4
2002431 Kinezitherapy (physical therapy) 15 4
20167620 Teacher-Student Relations 15 4

FACULTY OF ORTHODOX THEOLOGY

In order to complete your Learning agreement with courses from the Faculty of Orthodox Theology you have to choose up to 4 /Depends on how much courses you have chosen from Module I/.

Module (Winter)

hours ICTS
20167621 Bible studies and the Old Testament 15 4
20134773 Old Testament 15 4
2000107 Patrology 15 4
20167622 Systematic Theology 15 4


Module (Spring)

hours ICTS
20041302 Iconography 15 4
20167623 Theology of Icon 15 4
20167624 Personalism in Byzantium 15 4
20134360 Metaphysics of Urban Space 15 4

FACULTY OF ECONOMICS

In order to complete your Learning agreement with courses from the Faculty of Economics you have to choose up to 4 /Depends on how much courses you have chosen from Module I/ . Please take into account that only 4 from the 6 courses for each semester will be held. (It depends on how many people will choose the respective course. The 4 courses with the larger number of participants will be held)

Module (Winter)

  hoursICTS
20167625Principles of Accounting154
20134277Basics Of Marketing154
20167626Corporate Finance (Financial Management)154
20041378Planning and Prognostication154
20041517Marketing in Tourism154
20041403Entrepreneurship154
20178102Financial Statement Analysis157

 
Module (Spring)

  hoursICTS
20053165Fundamentals of Management154
20041421Marketing Management154
2002624Human Resource Management 154
20041444International Marketing154
1998752Economics154
20041462International Economics154

FACULTY OF LAW

In order to complete your Learning agreement with courses from the Faculty of Law you have to choose the following two courses. You can also choose courses offered by all Faculties.

Module (Winter and Spring))

hours ICTS
20041366 Constitutional Law 30 8
200072 Law of the European Union 30 7

FACULTY OF HISTORY

In order to complete your Learning agreement with courses from the Faculty of History you have to choose up to 4 /Depends on how much courses you have chosen from Module I/ . Please take into account that only 4 from the 6 courses for each semester will be held. (It depends on how many people will choose the respective course. The 4 courses with the larger number of participants will be held)

Module (Winter)

hours ICTS
20167627 Byzantine History and Culture 15 5
20167628

Crusades and Crusaders in the Balkans (11th - 15th century)

15 5
20167629 Main Characteristics and Regional Specifics of Urban Development in the Balkans, 15th – 19th Centuries 15 5
20167630 Women in Medieval Europe 15 5
20167631 Medieval Bulgarian Towns: Planning, Architecture and Social Topography 15 5
20167632 Archaeology and Archaeometry: Bulgarian Perspective 15 5

 
Module (Spring)

hours ICTS
2003902 Geology and Geomorphology 15 5
1998118 Homeland Studies 15 5
20167633 Geographic and Tourist Regions of the World 15 5
1998194 Landscape Ecology 15 5
20167634 Introduction to Cultural Tourism 15 5
20167635 Introduction to Geography 15 5

FACULTY OF FINE ARTS

The students choose one of the following subjects:

  • Graphic design and visual communications
  • Sculpture
  • Drawing and Intermedia
  • Painting
  • Mural Painting

 

Code Professor Course ECTS Semester Language
20041181 Prof. Antoaneta Ancheva, Dr. Habil Plastic Anatomy 3 1

French

Russian

2 2
3 3
2 4
20123046 Assoc. Prof. Georgi Georgiev Sculpture I 11 1

Spanish

English

9 2
Sculpture II 8 3
11 4
Sculpture III 10 5
10 6
Sculpture IV 10 7
8 8
20053400 Sculpture Composition I 5 1
5 2
7 3
8 4
Sculpture Composition II 5 5
5 6
6 7
5 8
20123046 Senior assistant Slavina Ruseva PhD Sculpture Part I 11 1 English
9 2
Sculpture Part II 8 3
11 4
Sculpture Part III 10 5
10 6
Sculpture Part IV 10 7
8 8
20053400 Sculpture Composition Part I 5 1
5 2
7 3
8 4
Sculpture Composition Part II 5 5
5 6
6 7
5 8
20041203 Assoc. Prof. Yordan Yordanov Painting Part I 10 1 English
10 2
Painting Part II 9 3
11 4
Painting Part III 11 5
9 6
Painting Part IV 10 7
10 8
20041188 Painting Composition Part I 5 1
4 2
4 3
6 4
Painting Composition Part II 5 5
5 6
7 7
3 8
20041203 Assoc. Prof. Ivan Uzunov PhD Painting Part I 10 1 Italian
10 2
Painting Part II 9 3
11 4
Painting Part III 11 5
9 6
Painting Part IV 10 7
10 8
20041188 Painting Composition Part I 5 1
4 2
4 3
6 4
Painting Composition Part II 5 5
5 6
7 7
3 8
20134784 Asoc. Prof. Dr. Svetoslav Kosev PhD Computer Technologies and Multimedia Project - part I 2 1

Spanish

English

2 2
2 3
2 4
Computer Technologies and Multimedia Project - part II 1 5
2 6
2 7
2 8
20041175 Graphic Design – part I 6 1
7 2
Graphic Design – part II 7 3
7 4
Graphic Design – part III 8 5
8 6
Graphic Design – part IV 8 7
7 8
20102131 Design in three-dimensional programming environment - specifics of the working process – part I 4 Master 1
20102131 Design in three-dimensional programming environment - specifics of the working process – part II 8 Master 2
20167879 3D Organic Modeling and Animation – part I 7 Master 1
20167879 3D Organic Modeling and Animation – part II 7 Master 2
20167877 3D Inorganic Modeling and Animation – part I 7 Master 1
20167877 3D Inorganic Modeling and Animation – part II 7 Master 2
20102211 Assoc. Prof. Penio Penev Graphic Design – part I 6 1

French

Russian

7 2
Graphic Design – part II 7 3
7 4
Graphic Design – part III 8 5
8 6
Graphic Design – part IV 8 7
7 8
20041267 Typography part I 3 1
3 2
2 3
2 4
Typography part I 2 5
2 6
3 7
3 8
20041267 Applied Graphic Arts part III - Calligraphy 3 5
20102211 Senior assistant Krasimira Drumeva PhD Graphic Design – part I 6 1 English
7 2
Graphic Design – part II 7 3
7 4
Graphic Design – part III 8 5
8 6
Graphic Design – part IV 8 7
7 8
20134784 Computer Technologies and Multimedia Project - part I 2 1
2 2
2 3
2 4
Computer Technologies and Multimedia Project - part II 1 5
2 6
2 7
2 8
20134784 Assistant Prof. Atanas Markov PhD Computer Technologies and Multimedia Project - part I 2 1 English
2 2
2 3
2 4
Computer Technologies and Multimedia Project - part II 1 5
2 6
2 7
2 8
20041330 Photography 2 3
20123042 Prof. Radko Spasov PhD Graphic Arts part I 9 1 English
7 2
Graphic Arts part II 6 3
9 4
Graphic Arts part III 8 5
7 6
Graphic Arts part IV 10 7
7 8
20053400 Graphic Arts Composition – part I 8 1
7 2
6 3
8 4
Graphic Arts Composition – part II 7 5
7 6
10 7
6 8
20041206 Prof. Hristo Tzatzinov Graphic Arts part I 9 1

Russian

German

7 2
Graphic Arts part II 6 3
9 4
Graphic Arts part III 8 5
7 6
Graphic Arts part IV 10 7
7 8
20041178 Graphic Arts Composition – part I 8 1
7 2
6 3
8 4
Graphic Arts Composition – part II 7 5
7 6
10 7
6 8
20133983 Assoc. Prof. Boris Georgiev Mural Painting part I 8 1 Russian
8 2
Mural Painting part II 8 3
8 4
Mural Painting part III 12 5
12 6
Mural Painting part IV 12 7
10 8
20041295 Assoc. Prof.   Vladimir Avramov PhD Mural Painting part I 8 1

English

Spanish

8 2
Mural Painting part II 8 3
8 4
Mural Painting part III 12 5
12 6
Mural Painting part IV 12 7
10 8
20041185 Color Studies 2 1
20133983 Assitant Anastasiya Tonkova-Schrottle Mural Painting part I 8 1

German

English

8 2
Mural Painting part II 8 3
8 4
Mural Painting part III 12 5
12 6
Mural Painting part IV 12 7
10 8
20041182 Assoc. Prof. Dr Marina Teofilova PhD Methods of Fine Arts Teaching 2 6

English

2 7
20063684 Teaching Practice 6 8
20123036 Assoc. Prof. Kostadin Mlyachkov Drawing 4 1 Russian
4 2
4 3
4 4
4 5
4 6
4 7
4 8
20123036 Assoc. Prof. Mladen Mladenov Drawing 4 1 English
4 2
4 3
4 4
4 5
4 6
4 7
4 8
20123036 Asistant Prof. Todor Ovcharov PhD Drawing 4 1 English Russian
4 2
4 3
4 4
4 5
4 6
4 7
4 8
20123491 Anastasia Andreeva PhD Glass technologies 9 Master 1 English
20123493 Hot glass technologies 3 Master 1
20123495 Warm glass techniques 3 Master 1
20123494 Blown glass techniques 4 Master 2
20041297 Work in Material 4 Master 2
20123496 Slumping and fusing glass 4 Master 2

 

In order to join us as an ERASMUS student you have to fill in the following forms:

 

 

Grading Scale in Bulgarian high education institutions (universities, colleges and high schools)  is  based on the following grades of  five numbers  as 6  is being the highest possible mark students can get.

Numeric Value * Numeric Value ** Transliteration
English
Transliteration
Bulgarian
Percentage
%
Description
6 5.50–6.00 Excellent Отличен 92–100%  A Best possible grade
5 4.50–5.49 Very Good Много добър 75–91%    B Next highest
4 3.50–4.49 Good Добър 59–74%    C Average performance
3 3.00–3.49 Satisfactory Среден 50–58%    D Lowest passing
2 2.00–2.99 Failed Слаб 0–49%       F Failing grade
passed Зачита се / Взел Successfully passed

*:  grading scale
**: grading scale used for examinations and test

The minimum is 2.00; grades below 3.00 are failing grades, and the maximum is 6.00.

Grades like “Very Good” (5- ) and “Average” (3+) are also possible – these are ignored in calculations of Grade Point Average (GPA).