About VUZF

LLP Erasmus

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At the end of 2007  VUZF University (Higher School of Insurance and Finance) received an extended Erasmus University Charter, which gives the right of participation in centralized and decentralized activities of the European Erasmus program for higher education. The Erasmus Charter reveals real opportunities for students, teachers and non-faculty mobility in the EU Member States, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Turkey, starting from the 2008/2009 academic year. Student mobility activities include: “Student mobility for training purposes” (SMT), "Student mobility for practice” (SMP). The mobility of the teaching and the non-faculty staff includes activities such as: "Faculty mobility aiming at teaching "(FMT) and “Mobility of teachers and non-faculty staff for training purposes (MTNST). 

Mobility is based on institutional agreements betweenVUZF and other universities and organizations from the above-mentioned countries, approved by the Center for Human Resource Development and the Lifelong Learning Implementing Agency.
In 2008 VUZF University signed two contracts for the implementation of mobility, one with the National Agency and one with the Erasmus Consortium. The implementation of the program activities is imminent for the second semester of 2009 when the first mobility of students started. 

In the beginning of 2010 the first mobility of lecturers in VUZF started. Our Erasmus students visited countries like Italy and Cyprus.
Every semester of study VUZF has conducted information campaign about the program, providing guidance on opportunities for participation of students, teachers and non-academic staff.

The Erasmus Exchange program in VUZF is a real part of the career development of the students.

Erasmus charter
Bilateral agreements


Erasmus internship program

Academic credit system

Institution's language policy for preparing participants for mobility

Erasmus Office:

VUZF University
Career Development Center, room 306 
Petia Ivanova-Andreeva
+359 2 401 5807

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