What are the approximate costs of living in Bulgaria?
Costs of living in Bulgaria are relatively low compared to other EU countries.
Students at Medical Universities in Varna, Sofia, Plovdiv and Pleven can benefit from student discounts on Public transport, which is already lower than the one in most EU countries.
All Bulgarian cities have public transport (buses, trains, and very affordable taxi). The cost of public transport is usually around 0.5€ for a single ticket. Taxis are very good option too and the price per km is around 0.85 BGN (0.40€)/km.
Approx. living cost per month in €:
Private accommodation 100 – 300
Food 100 – 200
Public Transport 20 - 30
Sport and leisure 50 - 100
Electricity, Gas and Water 100
Internet / TV Cable 15
Mobile phone 15
The reasonable living costs together with the relatively low tuition fees (€8,000 per year as well as the high quality of education and diplomas recognized all over the world, make Bulgarian Medical universities one of the best educational destination across Europe.
What are the tuition fees for studying Medicine, Dentistry or Pharmacy in Bulgaria?
The tuition fees for studying Medicine, Dentistry or Pharmacy in Bulgaria are the lowest fees compared to other universities across Europe. The annual tuition fees in almost all Medical universities in Bulgaria are as the following:
Medicine 8 000 Euro
Dentistry 8 000 Euro
Pharmacy 8 000 Euro