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Cooperation between program and partner countries within the Erasmus + program is extremely important and has the potential to develop inter-university contacts at the level of students’ and teachers’ mobility, research and project activities, exchange of curricula and good practices.

The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration (FEBA) of Sofia University "St. Kl. Ohridski” will be a party to the agreements with three universities from partner countries - the University of Elbasan, Albania, the University of Economics in Hue, Vietnam and the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia in Moscow, Russia for the period 2020-2022.


University of Elbasan, Albania has five faculties - science, humanities, economics, education, medicine and technical sciences. The agreement with the Faculty of Economics provides for the exchange of students from the three educational degrees - bachelor, master and PhD, as well as teachers in the field of information technology, economics and business administration.


University of Economics in Hue is located in the old imperial capital of Vietnam and is one of the main regional universities in the country with nine faculties - science, education, agriculture, medicine and pharmacy, economics, law, art, foreign languages, tourism. According to the won project, students from Vietnam – educated in bachelor, master and doctoral programs will have an opportunity to study at the Faculty of Economics. The project envisages also exchange of professors from both universities.


Third university from the partner countries with which the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration will cooperate in the frame of the Erasmus + program is the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (PFUR). According to the global rating system, PFUR ranks 326th among the best universities in the world. It educates over 32,000 students from 158 countries and the scope of educational programs exceeds 400. The agreement with FEBA provides for the implementation of bilateral students’ and teaching mobility.