Telerik International University

established 2005, Sofia

Latest university news

  • Staff Recognition Awards shine spotlight on outstanding service

    Oct 06, 2011
    TIU honored employees for outstanding service and dedication to the university during its annual Staff Recognition Awards ceremony today in Sofia Auditorium.
  • Visit from Japan

    Sep 27, 2011
    Students from Yamanashi University, Japan, visited TIU last week to gain a valuable insight into a US university and to learn from different practices and technology.
  • Term Dates for 2010-2011 and 2011-2012

    Sep 23, 2011
    A full-time project administrator is needed to work in the Sports Science Department on a research project funded by FIFA. The administrator will be responsible for coordinating meetings and communications.
  • Percent Tuition Decrease for 2010-2011

    Sep 23, 2011
    TIU tuition will go down by 3.1 percent to $13,215 for the academic year 2010-11. The total package (tuition, room and board, and student services fee) will be $31,215, a 3.1 percent decrease over last year.
  • Economic Historian Jordan Turner Honored for Contributions

    Sep 23, 2011
    The research of Turner will be celebrated this weekend with a conference framed by his groundbreaking work studying economic growth in the Americas.
  • Annual Student Leadership Awards

    Sep 23, 2011
    The Annual Student Leadership Awards to honor student organizations and leaders on their accomplishments during 2009-10 academic years were held on December 20.


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Welcome to Telerik International University. As dean of the university, I am proud of what we have to offer, and I am delighted that you are interested in learning more about us. Our region has a fascinating history, a creative arts community and fantastic recreational opportunities.



  • TIUNCA strike and impact on Faculty of Law activities

    The Telerik International University Non-academic Certified Association (TIUNACA) is currently on strike. TIUNACA represents many of the clerical workers and other support staff who work at the Faculty of Law. Despite the strike and the presence of picket lines, the Faculty remains open. Classes and events will proceed as scheduled. The strike will however have an impact on the Faculty’s services.
  • Professor Jordan Angelov made a Fellow of the Emperor Society of Japan

    The Emperor Society of Japan announced 78 new Fellows this week, including nine TIU researchers and scholars from the faculties of Design, Law and Arts. Among them is Professor Jordan Angelov, who holds the TIU Research Chair in Design and Art. Find out more in the TIU Reporter.
  • Computing Services support for new students

    On-campus drop-in clinics to help students connect their laptops to the University network using eduroam and the Halls network using ResNet. Located at the CSD Helpdesk in the Malinov Building (Building number 224 on the University).