On behalf of the academic community at Medical University – Varna and on my own behalf I would like to congratulate you on the occasion of the Student’s Day – 8th December.
With your energy, restless thought, youthful zeal and enthusiasm, you – students are the most constructive part of the society. You are our hope for the good future of the nation – knowledgeable and capable young people.
May your thirst for knowledge never be quenched, always pursue your goals persistently and make your dreams come true with ease. Be healthy and confident, develop your personal and professional potential. Dare to be dreamers with great ambitions, keep the fighting spirit of youth inside you and remember that your most powerful weapons must be the knowledge and experience you acquire at the University. Let them guide you to new heights and successful accomplishment.
Prof. Dr. Krasimir Ivanov, DSc
Rector of Medical University
“Prof. Dr. Paraskev Stoyanov” – Varna
The 1st of November 2017 will be a day free of classes for all students of Medical University-Varna in relation to the Day of the Enlighteners.
The day is in honour of the people, who have contributed to the development of Bulgarian culture and literacy and those, who have fought for national liberation.
The Black Sea Symposium for Young Scientists in Biomedicine (BSYSB) and the Jubilee Session on Healthcare Management are organized by the Students’ Council at the Medical University of Varna, the Association of Medical Students – Varna, the Association of Dental Medicine Students-Varna and the Association of Pharmacy Students -Varna.
For the sixth consecutive year BSYSB will allow for an international academic gathering for student and young scientists in the medical fields. The symposium will take place in the majestic and ancient Maritime Capital of Bulgaria, allowing for a rich scientific and social program in the lovely spring month of April. BSYSB attracts the presence of more than 600 young scientists from around the globe annually, which are eager to present their fascinating scientific findings and share their personal experience over a varied scientific program and discussions. Participants are met with a sublime social program and are given the opportunity to discuss their topics of interest with international guest lecturers.
The symposium is for all students and graduates in specialties related to Biomedicine and Healthcare.
The Jubilee Session is dedicated to the 25th Anniversary of the establishment of “Healthcare Management” specialty in Bulgaria.
On the 26th of May 1993, the Academic Council of the Higher Medical Institute – Varna started the first academic program in Healthcare Management in Bulgaria. Twenty-five years later, we, the professors and students are working together to enhance the knowledge and expertise in healthcare management in Bulgaria for the wellbeing of patients, professionals, and society altogether.
The official language of BSYSB 2018 is English.
The official languages of the Jubilee Session on Healthcare Management are English and Bulgarian.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS OPEN FROM 1.11.2017 UNTIL 31.01.2018
Classes will be HELD on Friday, October 6 for all students of MU-Varna!
In relation to the organisation and conduction of the fifth Black Sea Symposium for Young Scientists in Biomedicine (BSYSB), which will be held during the 6th and the 9th of April, due to the suggestion of the Students’ Council and order № P-100-216 from the rector of MU-Varna, Prof. Dr. Krasimir Ivanov, the 7th of April is announced to be a day free of classes.
During the congress, which includes a scientific programme with poster, presentation and workshop sessions, a great part of the technical and material base of the Medical University of Varna will be used. Therefore, we believe this will help and contribute for a smooth and problem-free holding of the scientific event, which itself will stimulate the development of science in students and young doctors.
For the fifth year in a row, students and young specialists in Biomedicine will present their own scientific works and research in the Sea capital. The latest technologies and products, available for medical specialists around the world and in Bulgaria, will be presented at the forum. The Symposium has an already developed base of participants, who annually exceed their achievements. The chance for an academic display at a renown event like BSYSB, attracts many more new faces. It is expected that attendance will reach upwards of 700 people this year, including students, PhD graduates and young scientists from the country and abroad.
Dear Colleagues, in relation to Order № P-100-150 of the Rector of MU-Varna Prof. Dr. Krasimir Ivanov, the 13th and the 18th of April 2017 are announced to be days free of classes!
Easter Holidays (14.04-17.04.2017)
Due to the heightened interest in the Black Sea Symposium for Young Scientists in Biomedicine (BSYSB), the abstract submission deadline will be extended. The change aims to permit a larger number of authors to participate in the conference.
Abstract submission will remain open until the 10.03.17 at 23:59h.
Consider yourselves cordially invited to attend and participate in BSYSB ‘17.
We look forward to meeting you there!
The summer semester is almost upon us and it is about to present us with interesting new knowledge, as well as new hardships to overcome. For those among you with the desire to demonstrate their academic potential the Fifth Black Sea Symposium for Young Scientists in Biomedicine offers a convenient opportunity to do just that.
We wish to remind you that the abstract submission deadline is the 06.03.2017. The abstracts should be sent as soon as possible, so that our scientific committee could review them and return them in adequate time if any redactions are needed.
More information on the symposium here.
Link for registration here.
Special schedule for missed exams due to bad weather conditions:
General Pathology – after acquiring and individual protocol from Dean’s Office on 16.01, 17.01, 18.01, 19.01 and 20.01
ENT– 7,8,9 groups, date to be held on 14.01, Saturday
Due to the complicated traffic and weather conditions in the region of Varna, the Rector of MU-Varna has declared the 11th of January as a day free of classes and exams.
Information regarding the rescheduled exams from the 11th of January will added later at MU-Varna’s website.