At the beginning of October, all the newly admitted international students at MU-Varna set off for a trip to the old capital of Bulgaria - Veliko Tarnovo. They also visited the town of Tryavna, Dryanovo Monastery, Shipka Peak and the village of Arbanassi, where they had the opportunity to learn about the history, architecture, nature and traditional cuisine of Veliko Tarnovo Region. The trip, which took place from 1 to 3 October, is the final stage of the Orientation Week for our international students.
Undoubtedly, Tsarevets tour, "Tsarevgrad Tarnovo - Sound and Light" spectacle and the promenade along the Samovodska bazaar impressed our international students with the abundance of colors and authentic atmosphere. On the following day the students had the opportunity to get familiar with the history of Renaissance Tryavna, followed by a visit to Dryanovo Monastery St. Archangel Michael. Shipka National Park-Museum, reminiscent of one of the most epic moments of Bulgarian history, was also a part of the excursion itinerary.
MU-Varna is the University with the most explicitly expressed international character among the medical universities in the country. Approximately 1 200 international students, representatives of over 40 countries, are being trained here.
Medical University - Varna takes this opportunity to express its gratitude to the international students Birk Bähnemann, Louisa Hieronymous, Cansin Yilmaz, Lukas Schöberl, Nabiah Malik, Sivert Brekke, Ram Hassan, Berkehan Köroğlu, Denitsa Hristova, Marit Hedström, Fleur Sophia, Dennis D'aprile , Bettina Sinanova, Theresa Garcia, Kim, Nisha Rani, Lena Bogena and many others for their active and dedicated involvement in the organization and implementation of the Orientation Week for the newly admitted international students.