Study medicine in Bulgaria (general Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Midwifery etc.) with top quality graduates. Medical students can choose to study in English, or Bulgarian, depending on the medical university offers.

International students choose to finance their studies independently because of the cheaper tuition fees and living cost in Bulgaria compared to almost all other EU/EEA countries.

Medicine in Bulgaria has become one of the major subjects in Europe. Today Bulgarian doctors are well recognized and appreciated all over the world. Bulgarian medical schools attract thousands of medical students from all over the world every year. Most of international students attracted by English medical programs (General Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, etc.) are from India, UK, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Greece and South Africa and Nigeria

General Medicine : 6 year programme, 5500 – 8000/ year (depending on University);

Pharmacy : 5 year programme 6000- 8000 €/ year;

Dentistry : 6 year programme, 8000 € / year

Nursing : 4 year programme, 3000 €/ year;

Midwifery :4 year programme, 3000 €/ year;

Veterinary Medicine : 6 year programme, 4500 €/ year;

English medium Medical university programs and preparatory course for medical study.

Accredited and reputable Bulgarian Medical Universities.

Admission without entrance examination

Medical university student transfer accepted

Admission twice per academic year in October or February

Tuition fees from Euro 5,000 / 8,000 annually,

Low cost of living, approximately Euro 2,200 / 3,000 a year

Cheap private or student hostel accommodations

Financial aid (Student Loans) from local affiliated financial institutions

Internationally accredited institutions (medical schools)



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Medical Universities in Bulgaria


  • Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" is the oldest higher education institution in Bulgaria.
  • The university has 16 faculties and three departments, where over 21,000 students receive their education. The current rector is Anastas Gerdzhikov.
  • It has been consistently ranked as the top university in Bulgaria according to national and international rankings, being constantly among the best four percent of world universities according to QS World University Rankings.
  • Sofia University Mountains on Alexander Island, Antarctica were named for the university in commemoration of its centennial celebrated in 1988 and in appreciation of the university’s contribution to the Antarctic exploration.


  • The Trakia University or Thrace University is a Bulgarian university in the city of Stara Zagora. It was named after the historical region of Thrace and was established in 1995.
  • The university organizes training on programs with four educational and qualification degrees: Bachelor, Master and PhD, as well as on programs for qualification and post-graduate training in the system of lifelong education.
  • Applicants of Bulgarian origin who apply through Bulgarian Ministry of science according to the Regulations № 103 and 228 of Bulgarian Council of Ministers.
  • Trakia University is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Agency at the Council of Ministers. A diploma with the relevant certification level is issued.


  • The Medical University, Sofia is a university in Sofia, Bulgaria which was founded in 1917 and is organized in four faculties. Faculty of Medicine.
  • Medical University of Sofia is the oldest institution for higher medical education in Bulgaria. His Majesty Zar Ferdinand founded it by decree in 1917 as a medical faculty of Sofia University.
  • Many of our lecturers are scientists well known abroad and the University is a part of the European educational sphere.
  • The Medical University – Sofia is one of the most prominent and huge healthcare, educational and scientific centers of the Bulgarian medical science.


  • The Medical University in Plovdiv, Bulgaria was established in 1945.
  • He Central University Library offers the students 170,000 volumes in many languages as well as an internet hall and a local net system (with Medline and Micromedex available).
  • While a Medical College was created in 1997 as a subsidiary of the Medical University of Plovdiv.
  • The Higher Medical Institute was renamed to Medical University of Plovdiv in 2002 after a decision by Bulgaria`s National Assembly.


  • The Medical University of Varna is a Bulgarian state school for higher education dedicated to training specialists in the fields of medicine and healthcare who graduate with the educational and qualification degrees of Master, Bachelor and Professional Bachelor.
  • The Medical University of Varna is the first university in Bulgaria to implement the EFQM® model for Business Excellence of the European Foundation for Quality Management in 2008.
  • The Medical University of Varna is among the first members of the Black Sea Universities Network (BSUN) and is full member of the European University Association (EUA).
  • Better online presence and work in the new digital environment, university TV, MU-Varna has expanded its educational scope and has developed further its academic potential.


  • Medical University of Pleven is one of the five medical institutions of higher education in Bulgaria.
  • It is the only university in Pleven and was founded in 1974 on the basis of the former regional hospital established in 1865.
  • Faculty of Public Health covering health care, as well as a college. There are also two hostels with a total of 315 beds in two- and three-bed rooms.
  • 50-60% of whom are from India. Since Bulgaria's ascension to the European Union in 2007, most international students originate from other EU member states.