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About the faculty

The Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Sofia “St. Kliment Ohridski” has been a prominent center for Bulgarian humanities since the establishment of the University in 1888. It stands out among the largest scientific centers in South-Eastern Europe, considering factors such as the number of students, teaching staff, library resources, material and technical infrastructure, and information provision. More than 180 highly qualified professors, associate professors, and assistants contribute to the education of approximately 3,000 students across three academic degrees: bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate.

The various specialties and departments within the faculty offer numerous postgraduate qualification courses, engage in projects, and undertake expert and consulting activities within their respective fields. The faculty has consistently been recognized for maintaining a high educational standard, fostering academic freedom, and upholding a principled civic commitment.

The collective mission of the faculty’s teachers, students, and staff is to explore, research, develop, and disseminate human experiences in the domains of humanities, social sciences, and politics, all while maintaining a high level of scientific and practical expertise. The Faculty of Philosophy holds a position of national importance and serves as the core of the Bulgarian humanitarian science.