Tue 18 Apr 2017

Are you going to be in 11th grade in the 18/19 academic year? Then, get ready for the AUBG MultiTalent Quest 2018! Spread the word and follow the news at

Wed 22 Feb 2017

The results of Round 1 of the 2017 AUBG MultiTalent Quest are officially out. 108 candidates applied, submitted a video CV, 106 took the online English test. The 4-member Quest Jury reviewed and ranked all candidates according to 5 criteria (GPA, English test score, written and oral English skills, extracurricular activities and talents, and creativity). As a result we are happy to invite 64 finalists (and 6 reserves) to Round 2 on the AUBG Campus in Blagoevgrad on March 17-19. Thank you all for taking part in Round 1 of the First Edition of the AUBG MultiTalent Quest! Continue the search of education, experience and skills, and keep in mind that AUBG would always support you in that journey.

Wed 01 Feb 2017

The Organizing Team of the AUBG MultiTalent Quest has decided to EXTEND THE DEADLINE OF ROUND 1 until FEBRUARY 15, 2017. We are granting 11th graders 10 MORE DAYS to register, fill out the Application Form and and prepare a Creative 2-minute Video CV. Applications will be reviewed in the order of receipt, and an online English proficiency test will be sent to all who submit their applications. Round 2 of the AUBG MultiTalent Quest will take place as originally planned on March 17-19, 2017 at the Blagoevgrad Campus of AUBG, so keep those dates booked in your calendar! In the meantime, share the awesome news with your classmates, friends, teachers and mentors, and follow the latest Quest News at:

Mon 09 Jan 2017

The AUBG Alumni Association is happy to announce the launch of the AUBG MultiTalentQuest on January 10, 2017. We invite all 11-grade students from high schools in Bulgaria to learn more about the competition rules and timelines at and to apply to participate in the competition directly from the site. It is a unique opportunity to showcase their talents in Mathematics, Debating, Solving a social problem, Arts or Sports and win recognition and special prizes from the 20,000 BGN Awards Fund! Embark on the AUBG MultiTalent Quest now аnd apply by February 5, 2017!

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Mon 10 Apr 2017

The ‘SOCIAL Challenge Hack’ was the #aubgquest discipline in which our MultiTalented #Questers had to work out and present solutions to contemporary social issues. Each team demonstrated AmbitiousUniqueBraveGenius ways to improve society. The winning team - Ognyan Simeonov, Simona Koleva, Mila Marcheva and Даяна Михайлова, a.k.a. the ‘Label Breakers’, scored 97.94%. Ognyan from Novi Pazar won the Gold Award at the international IT Cyberfair Competition as a member of a team which created a site about the rock treasures of Bulgaria ( He participated in four Erasmus+ Projects in Hungary, Poland, Portugal and the Czech Republic. Ognyan impressed the Jury with his thorough, critical analysis of the given social issue. Simona from Lovech was a Bulgarian delegate in the Model European Parliament's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs in Denmark, and is currently a GLOW LA peer trainer as well as a recipient of the America for Bulgaria scholarship. She presented a well-thought out economic analysis of the suggested solution which gave it credibility and sustainability. Mila is the co-establisher of the Ecology Club at the American College of Sofia and a member of the school’s Debates Club, UNICEF Club, Carpe Diem Cultural Club and the student-produced magazine “The Fountain’’. Her persuasive call for action to the young generation based on the CAS core component of her school curriculum, was a key point in the team presentation. Dayana was Karlovo-town’s mayor for a day. She holds Junior Achievement’s First Place in two Innovation Camps as well as the “Best Presentation” award in JA’s national competition. Her Video CV ( brought her in the #TOP5 in Round 1. Dayana rounded up the presentation of the winning team by eloquently breaking to pieces social stigma on behalf of her team. We wish our SCH #gold team to continue questioning the community status quo and to have enough courage to break labels for the common good.