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Students from the “Management of Outsourcing Projects and Companies” course at the master’s program “Outsourcing Projects and Companies” celebrated the end of the academic year with a special event organized for them at the Sofia office of the French Proxiad group. During the event, the students celebrated their achievements in the past year and discussed the steps on the way to making their dreams come true.


According to Dr. Hristina Stoyanova, who leads the course, in today's business environment, those companies and managers who make the dreams of their customers and employees come true are the most successful. “I would like our students to be one of them, starting with making their own dreams come true”, she shares.

Dolly Vuchkova, Senior Recruitment Business Partner, and Alexander Milev, Executive Director of Proxiad SEE, presented the company's activities and the job opportunities it offers. Special attention was paid to Proxiad's internship program, which allows students to gain practical knowledge under the guidance of experienced professionals. Upon successful completion of the program, interns can continue working for the company.


For information on job and internship opportunities, you can view the company's career site or contact directly by email: recruitment.bulgaria@proxiad.com.

The hosts of the event provided a treat for the students as well as a 360-degree panoramic view from their office, which is located on the top floor of the newly constructed NV Tower.

The course “Management of outsourcing projects and companies” is part of the master's program “Outsourcing projects and companies” of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of Sofiq University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. It can also be enrolled by anyone holding a bachelor's or master's degree, as well as a postgraduate course. The course consists of two parts, which take place during the winter and summer semesters of the academic year. More information about the course and the lecturer can be found here.