Since 2004, NBU is an accredited partner of the Open University UK and pioneered the introduction of the credit system in Bulgaria. The university offers both Bachelor and Master programs, including an option to follow distance education.
New Bulgarian University (Bulgarian: Нов български университет, also known and abbreviated as НБУ, NBU) is a private university based in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. NBU is the first private university in Bulgaria and among the top rated by Bulgarian business universities in the country. As of 2004, the university had 7,551 current students and 3,201 graduates. The university’s campus is in the Ovcha kupel municipality in western Sofia and consists of two main buildings. NBU has its own academic library and offers 37 bachelor’s, 69 master’s and 26 PhD programmes.
Kristian Postagian has been lecturer of advertising at New Bulgarian University since 2003 and co-author and director of the Master Programme “Advertising Management and Visual Branding” since 2010. He teaches “Media Planning”, “Principles of marketing communications”, “International Advertising”, “Visual Merchandising”, and “Advertising and Media”. He completed a degree in marketing at the University for National and World Economy. His practical experience in the field of advertising dates back from 1998 as an Account Manager at Adia Advertising Agency (representative of the Financial Times), and lately as a manager of the consulting company “Brand Spirit.”