- Electrical Power Supply and Equipment
The Electrical Power Supply and Equipment Department was established in 1971, simultaneously with the opening of the eponymous major with two subjects:
- Electricity Supply to Industries
- Electrical Equipment of Water Transport
- Electroenergetics (Power Engineering)
The Electroenergetics (Power Engineering) Department was established in 1974 to provide specialized training for students of the major of Electroenergetics. For 30 years the Department has prepared and seen the graduation of over 1,000 electrical engineers who have successfully found their realisation in all the structures of electroenergetic systems (hydro, thermal, nuclear power plants, substations, power supply plants and transmission plants , energy departments of industrial enterprises and shipping), in their capacity of designers , engineers in electro-testing laboratories, senior engineers, dispatchers, department heads, managers of electricity companies, researchers, etc.
The Department also conducts the training of postgraduate students in the scientific specialties: power plants and substations, electrical networks and systems, high voltageequipment, electro-insulation and cableequipment.
Electrical Engineering and Technologies The Electrical Engineering and Technologies Department is a successor to the Electrical Machines and Apparatus Department established on 01.09.1964, which originally comprised a staff of one assistant and a technician.
- BACHELOR OF SCIENCE: Electrical Engineering
Theoretical and Measuring Electrical Engineering The Theoretical and Measuring Electrical Engineering Department was established in 1963. Currently the Department has six training laboratories in which students from all majors at TU-Varna are being trained.
The Department conducts training in the following fields:
- Theoretical Electrical Engineering
- General Electrical Engineering
- Electrical Power Measurements
Physical Education and Sport
A major priority in the work of the instructors at the Department is the formation of a system of vital sports skills and habits, increasing the locomotive abilities and giving a set of specific knowledge to students needed in their daily and sports activities.
Building up students' physical activity aims at improving their functional capabilities and the adaptive and protective functions of their organisms to respond to the adverse effects of the environment. This is the basis of health improvement and preservation of high overall performance.
Social and Law Sciences The department of Social and Legal Sciences provides education in the specialty “Social Management”, Bachelor degree programme, professional field 3.4.Social Work. The accreditation of the programme has been provided by the Social And Legal Sciences Commission at the National Agency for Assessment and Accreditation on 28.07.2010. (Protocol № 18) for a period of six years. The department offers education in the same career direction in five accredited Master degree programmes: Social Management, European Social Integration, Safety and Healthy Conditions at Work, Social Work with Children, Social Work with Individuals with Deviant Behaviour.
This school offers programs in:
Last updated October 23, 2017