Partner programs

Partner programs




Franchises in the field of education with the Burgas Free University, under which ITII will be able to accept students to study at a Bulgarian university from the next academic year.



Double degree program with the Varna Free University named after Chernorizets Hrabar within the specialties “Law” and “Economics”.




MEVLANA Exchange Program (TURKEY)

The aim of the program is academic exchange between employees and students of Turkish higher educational institutions and higher educational institutions of other countries.

· The Mevlana Program is one of the main educational programs in Turkey.

· Students can study abroad for one (minimum) or two (maximum) semesters.

· Teachers can give lectures abroad from one week (minimum) to three months (maximum). Accordingly, thanks to this program, students and teachers can gain experience of studying in a foreign country and improve their level of knowledge.

Terms of participation in the Mevlana exchange program:

· Be a bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral student

· For undergraduate students GPA of at least 2.5 / 4.00

· For Master’s and doctoral students average score of at least 3.00 / 4.00

· A certificate confirming knowledge of English or Turkish

· Students of the first year of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral studies in the first semester of study can not participate in this program

Mevlana Exchange Program Scholarships:

· Students will receive 70% of 750 Turkish liras per month

· The remaining 30% will be awarded to the student according to their successful graduation

· For one semester, the student receives money for 4 months.(3000 Turkish liras)

Students do not pay for their studies and do not incur any additional costs for the benefit of the host university, but continue to pay for their studies at the university from which they came (if they are students of a paid department).

Students studying under the Mevlana exchange program will continue to receive scholarships and grants at the university from which they came, as well as pay for their studies at this university (if they are students of a paid department).

Students do not pay for their studies at the host university under the Mevlana exchange program. The amount of the scholarship paid to students under the Mevlana exchange program varies depending on the standard of living of the host university’s country. The payment of scholarships to foreign students who come to study at higher educational institutions in Turkey is made in accordance with the rules established by the Executive committee of the Council for Higher Education of Turkey. The student is paid 70% of the basic scholarship every month. Payment of the remaining part of the scholarship will be based on the total ratio of credits received as a result of successful completion of mandatory subjects.