University of Economics – Varna Organisational Structure
Undergraduate students may pursue their degrees in four faculties: the Faculty of Finance and Accounting, the Faculty of Economics, the Faculty of Management and the Faculty of IT.
A faculty is governed by its general assembly, faculty council and dean and it consists of departments.
The departments provide student training and do research in related degree programmes and they are governed by department councils and Heads of Department.
The College of Tourism – Varna is an integral part of University of Economics – Varna. Its predecessor was the International Tourism Institute, which was established in 1963 as Bulgaria’s first higher school that specialised in training professionals in the tourism, hospitality and leisure industries.
The College trains executive and middle management in three vocational programmes: Tourism Management, Leisure Management, and Hospitality Management.
College graduates receive vocational bachelor degrees, fully compliant with the European standards of vocational higher education in three years of training and 180 credits. Graduates may pursue vocational master degrees in Tourism: http://www.ct-varna.com
- The Master Degree Programmes Centre is in charge of the academic learning process in the master degree programmes, as the Centre enrols graduate students, organises and supervises their graduate studies.
- The Digital and Distance Learning Centre is in charge of distance learning in the undergraduate and graduate degree programmes.
- The Vocational Training Centre administers vocational, life-long training, foreign language training and teacher qualification courses.
- The International Education Centre liaises with faculties and departments and supports undergraduate and graduate training in degree programmes taught in languages other than Bulgarian. It further facilitates university structures in charge of international students’ enrolment and integration.
- The Careers, Entrepreneurship and Marketing Centre
- The Education Quality Center
- The University Mediation Centre is in charge of mediation as an alternative tool to deal with disputes arising from the educational, research and learning process.
- The New Information and Communication Technologies Centre
Admin Offices and Divisions
- The Rectorate
- Student Affairs
- Academic Affairs
- International Relations
- Research and PhD Programmes
- Communication and Information Systems
- Human Resources
- Legal Services
- IT Maintenance
- Economic and Investment Operations
- Finance and Accounting
- Education Quality Assessment and Post-Accreditation Supervision
- The Registry
- Public Procurement
- Computer Systems and Networks
- Video and Telecommunication Systems
- Management Analyses and Ratings
- Public Relations
- Project Management
- Alumni and Careers
- The Career Centre
- University Site
- Student Scholarships and Accommodation
- The University Library
- The University Publishing House
- university research centres
- The University Sports Centre
- laboratories and others
The university centres, admin offices and divisions support governance, faculties and departments in
charge of research and training.