University of Food Technologies
|Established||1953 / 2003|
The University of Food Technologies was founded in 1953 as the Institute of Nutrition Technology in the city of Plovdiv and expanded into a university in 2003.
It was established by Decree No. 230 of the Presidium of the National Assembly of July 10, 1953, as the Higher Institute of Food and Flavor Industry (FIFTH). By decision of the 39th National Assembly of 23 January 2003, the Institute was renamed at the University of Food Technology.
It teaches staff for the food and biotechnology industry. There is regular accreditation from the National Agency for Assessment and Accreditation to the Council of Ministers according to the Certificate of Institutional Accreditation №4 / 03.05.2001, renewed on April 13, 2006 with the assessment "very good" and in 2011.
The University has three faculties: Faculty of Technology Faculty of Engineering Faculty of Economics As well as the departments for language training, physical education and sports.
The University is a member of the Balkan Universities Network (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Kosovo, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro).
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