|Organisation||Vasil Levski National Military University, Bulgaria|
|H2020 Topic List||Not specified yet|
|Role within the Consortium||* Project Partner|
|Type of activity||* Research|
|Project Description||Looking for a H2020 partnership in:|
Cooperation for providing educational services.
Cooperation in the field of training.
Collaboration in conducting research of mutual interest.
Collaboration in the exchange of information of mutual interest.
Cooperation in training courses for postgraduates.
Cooperation in training and internships for cadets, students, postgraduate students and staff.
Improving the training of academic staff of the university.
Cooperation in research of mutual interest.
Cooperation in the improvement of the educational and material base of mutual interest.
Providing training and educational activities, joint scientific work
The main purpose of the training at National Military University is to form leaders with leader qualities,
managerial knowledge and skills, and organizational capabilities.
The NMU has the following categories of trainees:
• cadets and civilian students in 3 areas of the higher education: social economic and legal sciences,
technical sciences, security and defence, which are divided in 7 professional fields, 10 civilian and 4 military
specialties and 23 military specializations, corresponding to the respective services and special forces;
• PhD students in 15 accredited scientific specialties;
• postgraduate students;
• non-commissioned officers (NCOs);
• contingents from the Bulgarian Armed Forces for participation in missions abroad
The cadets are admitted and trained in 4 military specialties:
• „Organization and management of land forces tactical units;
• „Organization and management of logistic support tactical units”;
• „Organization and management of communication and information systems in tactical units”
• „Organization and management Air force tactical units”.
Each military specialty comprises several specializations, corresponding to the armed forces’ services.
Students are trained in the following 12 accredited specialties:
• Economic logistics
• Business logistics
• Communication equipment and technologies
• Computer systems and technologies
• Industrial management
• Automobile equipment and transport logistics
• Automation, information and management equipment
• Aviation equipment and technology
• National and regional security
• Protection of population from natural disasters
• Administrative and information security