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Bulgarian Gov't Proposes to Waive Tuition Fees for Undergraduate, PhD Students
[29/01/2024 03:12]
SOFIA-SABA
The Government proposed to waive tuition fees for undergraduate and PhD students in state universities enrolled in state-subsidized places, the Bulgarian national news agency BTA has reported.

Waiving the fees is meant to facilitate access to higher education for all Bulgarian citizens, regardless of their social status and financial means.

The Bulgarian state will provide the tuition costs, said the country's Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov.

Education has always been a national priority and with the latest constitutional amendments it has been declared a national value, the press release notes. The measure is a continuation of the Government's targeted policy to ensure accessible, comprehensive and quality education.

The measure also supports the Government's fight against the demographic crisis.

Abolishing tuition fees at state universities would make them more attractive to students who are hesitant whether they should continue their education and life path abroad or in Bulgaria.


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