The Varna University of Management is an international university located in Varna, Bulgaria, where the main campus is. There are two other campuses in Dobrich and Sofia.
The university awards bachelor's and master's degrees in business and marketing, IT, tourism, hospitality management and culinary arts.
Nine courses, at both bachelor's and master's level, are taught in English, while a number of undergraduate courses are taught in Bulgarian.
The university encourages students to spend some time abroad during their studies usually for one or two semesters. Students can carry out international exchanges with over 100 European universities, as well as a few outside Europe.
The Culinary Arts Institute is also part of the university and is equipped with a laboratory designed for cooking experiments, sensory analysis and research of colour, smell and texture of food products.
The university operates a number of restaurants, a tour agency, a facility management company and an accounting agency, where students can train and carry out internships.
After graduation many students start working in tourist organisations, hotels, travel agencies, hotels and governmental institutions which require knowledge of tourism management.
The student body is quite diverse with students from more than 40 countries such as India, Nigeria, Turkey and China. There are many clubs available for the student body to get involved with such as dance club, journalism club, and a number of sports teams too such as tennis, football, beach volleyball and basketball.
The library has more than 20,000 books and articles as well as access to a number of electronic databases.