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  • 1. CHARACTERISTICS
  • 2. Structure of the Educational System of Bulgaria• School Courses
  • 3. CHARACTERISTICS∗ EDUCATION IN BULGARIA IS COMPULSORY FOR THE STUDENTS BETWEEN THE AGES OF 7 TO 16.∗ THE SCHOOL YEAR IS DIVIDED INTO TWO TERMS, STARTING ON 15 SEPTEMBER AND ENDING IN MAY OR JUNE.
  • 4. Pre-primary education
  • 5. Primary or Basic education
  • 6. Higher education
  • 7. Specialized higher schools∗ Academies and Institutes Specialized higher schools offer training and research in one or more areas of science, art, sport and defense. The name of the specialized university indicates the main set of subjects in its curriculum.
  • 8. UNIVERSITIES∗ Are higher education institutions that offer training in a wide range of subjects, at least three of the four main research areas (humanitarian studies, sciences, social sciences and technology). Universities have their own resources and research equipment and can contribute to the development of key areas of science and culture. These higher education institutions can provide training for students in all scientific degrees
  • 9. COLLEGESThey offer relatively shorter and professionally-oriented training. These are the former semi-higher institutes, which underwent varioustransformations. Most colleges are part ofuniversities and use their facilities andequipment.
  • 10. Structure of the Educational System of Bulgaria
  • 11. „Academic Ivan Tsenov” Secondary School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences∗was founded in 1971;∗There are 1131 students, 42 classes and 77 teachers;∗Students learn English, German, Russian or French .
  • 12. Thank you for attention!Liliya Markova, PMG-Vratsa, Bulgaria