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Universitatea de Vest din Timișoara (UVT) / West University of Timişoara (WUT) is the main higher education institution and research pole in Western Romania. Its community comprises roughly 16000 students and over 700 academic staff. It is a comprehensive university including 11 faculties, fostering multi- and inter-disciplinary approaches to higher education and research, with a clear focus on educating students in order to develop personal and professional skills w… [+] hich will offer them access to an increasingly globalized labour market upon graduation. Ranked in QS World University Rankings 700+ and QS University Rankings by Subject (Modern Languages) 150+, West University of Timisoara offers opportunities for combining theoretical and practical knowledge to students in all areas of study. With more than 5% of the student body being international, the university is intensively involved in processes of internationalization in a very multicultural and dynamic city that offers various opportunities for work and leisure. Over the last twelve years, the University has responded to changes in national educational policy, to demographic shifts, to a radically different economy and marketplace requirements, to emerging local and regional needs, and to new technologies. All of these changes have led, in turn, to new expectations on the part of students, staff, and administrators. The University equips individuals with skills needed for effective contribution to society. This work is currently done through eleven faculties that provide a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs. The results reached in many programs involving international collaboration - particularly in mobility programs like Socrates, PHARE, Leonardo de Vinci, etc.—are indeed impressive and are among the best achievements of the University. The overall impression we received of WUT is that of a very creative, energetic, active, and innovative University. All staff members, both teaching and research, are very enthusiastic and determined to experiment with all the new opportunities and modalities offered by I.T. Furthermore good multimedia tools were available in most classrooms in the new buildings, (e.g. those of Economic Sciences and Law). (Excerpts from The Universities Project of The Salzburg Seminar. Visiting Advisors Report, October 21-25, 2002, Timisoara, ROMANIA) THE MESSAGE OF THE RECTOR OF WEST UNIVERSITY OF TIMIȘOARA Throughout a history equally marked by moments of joy and challenges, our university has consistently performed the role with which it was endowed by its founders as the main knowledge centre of western Romania. In a world of mobilities where distances have been enormously compressed as a result of the development of fast means of transport and new communication media, WUT stands out on the global educational market as a regional leader open to the international academic community, both from the perspective of scientific research and study programs. Today WUT offers an effervescent intellectual environment which stimulates individual achievements, teamwork and interdisciplinarity both to those who want to provide knowledge, innovate or perform in the field of research and artistic creativity and to those who are looking forward to joining our bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral or postdoctoral programs. The WUT charter, the advanced scientific research, and education are the components of our university’s mission. I welcome you to the West University of Timișoara if you want to be part of our project and I invite you to join our effort to consolidate an institution which has the mission statement: integrity, dynamism, and academic vision.. Rector, Professor Marilen PIRTEA, Ph. D.
The "Aurel Vlaicu" University of Arad is a state higher education institution continuing the tradition of university education in the Arad area which started with the: Theology Institute (1822), The Livestock and Veterinary Medicine Faculty (1947), The Engineering Institute (1972). The University "Aurel Vlaicu" has developed, year after year, new specializations, with new faculties, which meet the terms of quality standards. The academic year 2010/2011… [+] marks the establishment of the Faculty of Design and the specializations: psychology, computer science, economics, marketing, and fashion and fashion design. Thus the beginning of academic year UAV has: 38 specialties license, 27 Master programs, field IOSUD (Institution organizing PhD studies) in Philology, 12 departments. A fundamental dimension of higher education is the scientific research. In the 2008-2009 academic year scientific research has accelerated in comparison with previous years. It can be underlined that in 2008 UAV submitted in 9 international research projects and 7 national research projects. Of these, 8 international projects and 5 international projects have won. Brief description of Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad Type: State University/Accredited Established: 1972 (institute)/ 1990 (university) Rector: Prof. Dr. Ramona Lile Total number of students: 8599 Number of teachers: 225 Number of faculties: 9 (with 44 specializations bachelor, 24 master programs and 2 doctoral fields); Number of departments: 19 Number of institutes: 4 Floor area of education: 47 903 m2 "Aurel Vlaicu" University of Arad is a distinct academic community functioning under the provisions of the Romanian Constitution, of the laws and regulations applied to the educational system. UAV follows and promotes the European conventions regarding higher education. The University benefits from a highly trained academic staff and high quality endowments for didactic and scientific activities. The University is structured now in 9 Faculties and 12 Departments, having more than: 15.394 students; 477 academic staff, over 45.516 m2 of educational premises, course and seminar halls, computerized laboratories with last generation technology. The Academic Curricula, for all the Faculties are connected with European Credits Transfer System (ECTS) since 1999, so that Diplomas as well as periods of study may be recognized all over EU. Through Erasmus/LLP Programme the students can attend, for a period of time, the courses of another university in our country or abroad. The University guarantees full academic recognition for all Erasmus students that take part in the mobility programme. Research at Aurel Vlaicu University (AVU) In AVU of Arad there is a number of research fields with high achievements and excellent international recognition of the involved scientists. This aspect is due to the fact that a particular attention was paid to the development of high performance infrastructure on one side and the management is oriented towards planning top scientific research topics, identification of student potential in research and attraction of Romanian researcher from Diaspora on the other. At the same time, a particular attention is paid to adapting the university management towards an active support of fundamental research as well as the research with direct applications in industry and economic field. To support the research, AVU has strengthened the international relationships and intensified the cooperation and research partnerships at the national and also international level. By all these actions it was attained an increase in the university international visibility, activation of the academic mobility process and attraction of funds via projects in partnership with renowned universities from Europe, USA and Asia, elevation of the number of publications, research articles in highly ranked journals by over 3 times as compared to previous years, books, multiplication of patent number, organization of a higher number of internationally relevant scientific events. As a consequence of the conjugated support actions for research stimulation, starting 2008, the scientific research activity recorded an unprecedented intensification. In 2008, AVU was successful within national and international grant competitions, obtaining 8 international and 5 national projects, the total amount of money reaching 2.027.202 RON for national projects and 52.350 RON for international projects. Presently, AVU is carrying on a number of 6 international project and 5 national projects. Noteworthy to be mentioned are: a) the research project financed by European Union within the 7th Frame Program, entitled “Folate-based nanobiodevices for integrated diagnosis/therapy, targeting chronic inflammatory diseases – NANOFOL” in which Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad is a partner in a consortium of 13 universities and institutes of high prestige; b) POSCCE project co-financed by EU entitled „Liberian plants-regenerable strategic resources for European economy” in a value of 2 mil. Euro, which started the development of an ample research of international relevance in the field of textile industry; c) EU project-Marie Curie in the field of biological mass spectrometry which will be the facilitator of collaboration and know-how exchange between AVU and renowned laboratories from Europe and USA. Concerning the international visibility as well as the dissemination of the scientific results in 2010 were published: 26 ISI-indexed articles of a cumulative factor of 61,487, 5 articles indexed in international databases, 95 papers in prestigious ISI-proceedings of international conferences, 60 articles published in B+ CNCSIS category, 20 articles in B CNCSIS category, 75 books representing 16616 pages published at national publishing houses such as the prestigious Romanian Academy Publishing House, of publishing houses recognized by CNCSIS, 8 books (1191 pages) were also published at prominent international publishing houses, and 2 patents/products with intellectual rights were obtained. This way, the university appears now as a powerful institution of high international visibility at academic and scientific level as well as a reliable partner at the national and international level, an aspect confirmed also by the series of new collaborations and partnerships initiated the last year. A consequence and proof of AVU international reputation was the organization of three editions of the international symposium Research and Education in Innovation Era” and two editions of the International Conference of the Romanian Society for Mass Spectrometry (RSMS). In 2010, the international symposium Research and Education in Innovation Era” divided in 8 different scientific sessions was attended by professors and scientists from numerous European countries such as: Belgium, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Hungary, and Moldova. The second RSMS Conference, held in 2010 was attended by distinguished scientists in field of mass spectrometry from 15 European countries and USA. Currently, AVU holds the presidency of the Romanian Society for Mass Spectrometry being involved in many projects in the field of mass spectrometry, through its laboratories and the Research Center in Mass Spectrometry of high international visibility. The Center is represented by 10 scientists. In the last 4 years, the Center won 2 international projects and 4 national grants, published over 30 articles in ISI-cited journals of impact factors between 2 and 6, edited a book Mass Spectrometry in Life Safety at Springer Verlag, Germany, had about 70 contributions (plenary, invited, contributed oral presentations or posters) at international conferences held in Germany, Austria, France, Switzerland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Slovenia, Croatia, USA, Israel and won 4 international prizes. The research activity of the AVU Technological and Business Incubator is also highly appreciated at the national and international level. Thus, the Incubator is a member of the Board of Romanian Association for Technological Transfer — AroTT, a professional organization of the units specialized on innovation, technological transfer, non-governmental and non-profit. Recently, within the International Exhibition held in Bucharest, the director of UAV - IT Incubator was elected as one of the three regional vicepresidents of the AroTT.
General Information about the Faculty Bucharest Business School was established in 2014 as the postgraduate business faculty of Bucharest Academy of Ecnomic Studies and has two major MBA programs: Romanian Canadian MBA and Romanian-French MBA (former INDE). BBS is responsible for Executive Education projects, Mini MBAs and Entrepreneurial Development Programs of ASE Bucharest. With more than 20 years of international experience in Business Administration our faculty… [+] is one of the major players on the Romanian MBA market with 4,000+ graduates in major companies. For its exceptional international impactc and involvement the Bucharest Business School was awarded with the "3 palmes" award by EDuniversal in 2014. Our Faculty has a long lasting and fruitful collaboration with uOttawa (Telfer School of management) and CNAM Paris. Romanian teachers were trained in these prestigious foreign universities and are constantly improving their teaching methods offering students educational services on the highest academic standards. As both of our MBA programs, Romanian-Canadian and Romanian-French (former INDE) were developed with the help of our international partners, they are constantly updated to respect the standards and specificity of the Canadian and French programs. The international Curricula, rigorous professor selection and evaluation, recent biography and modern teaching methods are the key elements of our double diploma programs. Rankings & Awards Even if Bucharest Business School was founded in 2014 as a postgraduate Faculty of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies its 2 MBA programs have more than 20 years of experience and over 5.000 alumni. The Romanian-Canadian MBA program offers a double diploma form ASE Bucharest and uOttawa (Telfer School of Management). This program is identical with the Canadian one and each year the syllabus is updated to cover the most interesting subjects for the business environment. The Romanian-French MBA program is developed with CNAM Paris and also offers a double diploma from ASE and the french partner. This program has the classical - in action - form of study and a newly introduced hybrid MBA focused around a modern e-learning platform. Our partners are AMBA (Association of MBAs) accredited for the MBA programs and offer the highest quality educational services for the North American and West European approaches. In 2014 Bucharest Business School received the 3 Palmes of Excellence award from edUniversal as a recognition for its international activity, care for the needs of our students and modern curricula. Bucharest Business School is member of CEEMAN (Central & Eastern Europe Management Development) and, over the last years, its programs are raked as top MBA programs available in Romania. Both programs are accredited by the Romanian Ministry of Education and the diploma issued by the Bucharest University of Economic Studies is accepted in all European, North American countries and more. Campus & Facilities The Bucharest Business School is hosted in a newly restored historical building downtown Bucharest with a state of the art earthquake protection system. The Romanian-Canadian MBA Program haves 2 state of the art exclusive lecture rooms, one exclusive IT lab and 4 study rooms providing students all conditions for an excellent learning experience. The rooms were designed with expertise of the Canadian partners and wit founding from CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency). The Romanian-French MBA Program has 2 lecture rooms, one IT lab and two individual/study rooms complete with the IT and multimedia support. All MBA students have access to the BBS library with over 20.000 titles in English and French covering all courses. BBS updates the book collection each year based on the recommendation of the Romanian and foreign tenure professors. Corporate Partners With more than 5.000 graduates in major Romanian and multinational companies active on the local market as program ambassadors Bucharest Business School has a great reputation from the 20 years of experience. The presence of Alumni members in these companies not only gives the BBS a strong advantage over its competition in recruiting future students bu also facilitates collaboration on student practice programs, finding internship positions and organizing mini job fairs. Being among the first MBA programs available in Romania in the early 90s when the new local business class was defined combined with the stability of the programs over the years were the main pillars on which great relations were build with companies, NGOs, state institutions, professional organizations and representatives from diplomacy.
The Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania” from Timișoara(BUASVM) is an institution specialized in agronomical and veterinary higher education, with a national and European span. BUASVM is located in Timisoara, the capital City of Timis County, in western Romania, close to the Serbian and Hungarian border, not far from the capital cities Vienna, Budapest and Belgrade. Timisoara is considered the informal capita… [+] l city of the historical region of Banat, being the main social, economic and multicultural centre in the western part of Romania. In Timisoara live together in harmony many ethnic groups such as Germans, Hungarians, Italians, Serbians, and Bulgarians. The city is a candidate to became, in 2021, the European capital of culture. King Michael I of Romania promulgated the Law 617/ 30.07.1945 for the establishment of the Faculty of Agronomy within the Polytechnics of Timisoara. Through the 1948 reform, the Faculty of Agronomy was transformed into the Agronomic Institute of Timisoara. After December 1989, the University has had a continuous evolution, marked by the diversification of domains and specializations in the educational offer, on the backdrops of the modernization of agronomic higher education. At present, BUASVM operates with 6 faculties (Agriculture, Horticulture and Forestry, Agricultural Management, Veterinary Medicine, Animal Science and Bio and Biotechnologies, Food Processing Technology), totaling 27 bachelor’s degree programs, 25 master programs and 2 doctoral schools (Vegetal and Animal Resources, and Veterinary Medicine). The Faculty of Agriculture in Timisoara is the oldest faculty of our university. The Faculty of Agriculture, rooted in history, enriched continuously with new specializations that meet society demands, operating in the 6 bachelor programs, 7 master programs and a doctoral school. In all these areas and specializations, students are trained in day courses and distance learning courses (the latter is possible for the specializations Agriculture and Environmental Protection and Engineering in Agriculture). The 4 year cycle (3 years in the case of Biology), is followed by the graduation exam which grants the title of “Bachelor of Science in Engineering” (for the majors Agriculture, Plant Protection, Environmental Engineering and Protection in Agriculture, Land Survey and Cadastre, Machinery and Equipment for Agriculture and the Food Industry and Agriculture taught in English), and “Bachelor in Biology”(for the specialization Biology). Benefitting from tradition and future development potential, the specialization Agriculture meets current demands in the field of agriculture, training agronomists capable of implementing new technologies and systems of plant cultivation, of ensuring and increasing soil fertility and balanced plant nutrition with respect for environmental protection standards. The competencies acquired by our graduates in Agriculture are: developing sustainable agriculture production technologies, organizing and coordinating the achievements of production processes, developing strategies for the implementation of Common Agricultural Policies at national level, diagnosing and managing issues related to the organization and management of agricultural farms, producing high quality biological material for the multiplication of crops, analyzing agricultural lands, managing and allotting funds for agriculture, ensuring consultancy and extension services in agriculture. Students are provided with recently modernized learning areas, lecture halls, laboratories, practice laboratories, seminars. Student’s practice takes place in experimental fields and on major private farms from Western Romania. BUASVM provides educational and research areas according to current regulations. The University campus received a Certificate of Excellence in the BEST CAMPUS category awarded by the International Science and Education Competition in Oxford, UK, 2014. Within the campus, there are Dormitories providing adequate accommodation in 402 rooms with about 1,456 places; a Library with book servicing, internal and intern national publishing services and an international exchange service; the University Cafeteria has about 500 places, and the food served is well known throughout the city for its quality and fair price; the Gym and sport fields ( tennis court artificial grass covering system, tennis court-slag covering system, handball court-artificial grass covering system, basketball court-concrete covering system, volleyball) ; a Student Dispensary which includes a general medical dispensary and a dental hygiene facility; and a Kindergarten. To apply for our specialization in Agriculture taught in English(or for other specializations), a baccalaureate diploma is mandatory.
Our University is a dynamic and traditional institution with deep roots in Central Europe and strong international academic ties. Its origins date back to 1581, which makes it the oldest institution of higher education in Romania. It is also the largest Romanian university (approximately 40.000 students and 1.700 faculty staff ), situated at the confluence of the Eastern and Western cultures. As an academic public institution, its aim is to promote and sustain the development… [+] of specific cultural components within the local, regional, national and international community. Situated in a geographical area characterized by the presence of diverse ethnic and religious groups, the University benefits from a multicultural and multilingual environment that gives its unique character, and it offers complete studies in Romanian, Hungarian, and German. In addition, the University lays considerable stress on foreign language skills and on educational programmes in widely spoken languages, therefore it provides a wide range of internationally competitive BA, MA and Ph.D. programmes in English, French or Italian. Also, in order to allow all students to study at least one foreign language, the University provides for language centres (Lingua Language Centre and Alpha Language Centre) and 21 cultural centres. Modern Buildings & High-Tech Laboratories The University’s assets comprise modern buildings, equipped with laboratories at high technical standards, libraries, sports and leisure facilities. Each faculty, cultural centre, and research institute has its own library, all being coordinated by the Central Library. We also provide high quality support services, 15 dormitories (with a total capacity of 5.000 places), eateries (2 restaurants and 4 cafeterias), museums (Academic Museum, Mineralogical Museum, Zoological Museum, University Memorial Park, Museum of Paleontology and Stratigraphy), cultural centres, language centres and other facilities, such as the Botanical Garden, or the Sports Park. Outstanding Educational and Research Facilities Our students benefit from outstanding educational and research opportunities under the guidance of a well established academic staff. Research has continuously and thoroughly been promoted along our University’s existence and therefore, laboratories and research centres of internationally scientific relevance have been created. In this respect, Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai has made significant investments in the research area, in order to increase its performance and international visibility. Vivid & Colourful Student Life Cluj-Napoca is genuinely a university city animated by a vivid and colourful cultural life and entertainment possibilities. It provides both students and its long-life standing residents various museums (History, Art, Ethnography, Pharmacy, Linguistics Romanian National Opera House and Hungarian Opera House, Puppet Theater), leisure parks, movie theatres and movie complexes, malls (Iulius Mall and Polus Mall) and shopping centres (Central, Sora). Annually, our city hosts international and European film festivals (Transylvania Film Festival, Night of Ad Eaters) and various music festivals (Musical Autumn in Cluj), thus uniting people from different parts of the world in one sole multiethnic and multicultural gathering.
The Faculty of Food Processing Technology at the The Banat’s “King Michael I of Romania” University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine had been the second high-profile superior school in Romania. More than 45 faculty and staff members work in three departments of our faculty: Food Sciences, Food Technologies and Food Control conducting research and teaching courses. Additionally, there are associate professors - specialists well known in the country and a… [+] broad. The main goal of our faculty is to prepare students to be successful professionals in the field of food industry or as research. To achieve this we offer our students four comprehensive undergraduate programs, with duration of four years, the graduates receiving a bachelor’s degree in the following fields: Food Engineering, Food Control and Expertise, Consumer and Environmental Protection and Extracts and Natural Food Additives. The students receive training in basic science, food science, nutrition and health, food safety, food technology and quality management. Our faculty offers graduate programs leading to a master’s and a Ph.D. degree. The master’s degree programs, with duration of two years, provide an opportunity for students to improve their knowledge and skills in the following fields: Processing Systems Natural Bioactive Principles, Advanced Technology for Processing Agricultural Raw Materials, Safety and Bio-security of Alimentary Products and Food Human Nutrition. Ph.D. degree program offers to graduates a Doctor of Food Processing Engineering degree. Also offered are numerous opportunities for post-doctoral research. After graduation, our students are prepared for careers in food industry and research, educational institutions, and government agencies. Scientific research, development and innovation activities are a main interest of the faculty members. Our main research programs are conducted in the following fields: food engineering and processing; food quality and safety; food chemistry; flavor chemistry. In addition to investigative research, our faculty members apply their skills and expertise to instructional courses, as well as provide mentoring environments for visiting faculty, research associates and students.
The Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest is a technical university that trains higher education specialists in the fields of civil engineering, building services engineering, mechanical engineering/technological equipment and machines, environmental engineering, geodesic engineering, management and engineering and systems engineering. The Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest, a direct descendant of the National School of Roads… [+] and Bridges founded, in Romania, nearly a century and a half ago, is nowadays the pennant of Technical Education in Romania. The curricula cover all the fields of civil engineering and environmental protection, as well as adjacent fields such as building services, technological equipment, geodesy. In recent years, the curricula have been diversified and, presently, they include specialist domains in the field of systems engineering, as well as that of foreign languages. With a rich tradition and outstanding teaching staff, who have set and are still setting the benchmarks in engineering education and who have also contributed and are still contributing to the completion of certain reference works in our country, the University is accredited for all higher education cycles - bachelor, master and PhD studies. Currently, there are over 6,200 students matriculated for the first two cycles and over 300 doctoral students. The teaching staff comprises about 440 members, with an equal balance between full and associate professors, lecturers, young assistants and teaching assistants. The entire teaching staff is engaged in research, design and consulting activities, directly contributing to offering knowledge in the field as well as to financing the development programmes. Following the institutional assessment of 2009, the University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest has won a HIGH CONFIDENCE rank which proves that the University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest has all the necessary equipment and teaching staff to achieve high quality education. History Higher education in civil engineering in Romania was founded in 1864, in Bucharest by setting up a "School of Bridges and Roads, Mines and Architecture" which, in 1867 became the "School of Bridges, Roads and Mines" and "the National School for Bridges and Roads" in 1888. In 1921, the "National School of Bridges and Roads" became the "Polytechnic School of Bucharest", where the engineers' training was carried out in the Engineering Department which, in 1938, came to be known as the Faculty of Civil Engineering. In 1948, following an Education Reform, the Faculty of Civil Engineering was separated from the Polytechnic School (which became the Polytechnic Institute) and became an independent higher education institution, called the Civil Engineering Institute of Bucharest. Starting with the academic year 1994-1995, the Civil Engineering Institute of Bucharest became The Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest. From 1864 till 1948, The National School of Bridges and Roads and then the Civil Engineering Department of the Polytechnic School trained 2,137 engineers, under the guidance of renowned teachers such as: Spiru Haret, Anghel Saligny, Elie Radu, Gheorghe Titeica, David Emanuel Andrei Ioachimescu, Gheorghe Filipescu, Ion Ionescu, whose endeavors and achievements have laid the foundation of the Romanian science and technology in civil engineering. From 1948 to 2008, over 37,000 engineers graduated from the Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest. During this interval, the university teaching staff included outstanding personalities in the field of science and engineering; among them: the academicians Aurel Beles, Cristea Mateescu, Dumitru Dumitrescu, Stefan Balan, Michael Hangan, Victor Smith, Alexander Steopoe, Priscu Radu, Emil Botea, Alexander Gheorghiu, Andrei Caracostea, Panaite Mazilu, Ion Stanculescu and others who have all carried on their predecessors' tradition.
Why Study With Us? Great Accademics The English programmes fit any young graduate of a European University and enable them to pursue their future professional career dreams. The curriculum of the programmes in English is designed to meet the requirements of European accreditation system and offers students the possibility of studying abroad for a semester or a year within the Erasmus mobility scheme. Due to its American soul, a considerable number of your courses… [+] will be taught by US professors visiting the campus or professors that obtained their teaching degree in the USA. Great, Affordable Student Life Romania is one of the most affordable European Union member countries to live in – average monthly costs including accommodation, meals, transportation is around the equivalent of 350 EUR; and this is in one of the most vibrant European capitals – Bucharest. Within the campus, a long list of activities organized by the students for the students take place each week. You are guaranteed not to get bored during your studies at the Romanian-American University. Great Location Romania is placed at the eastern border of the European Union with great links to Europe. Cities like Budapest, Vienna, Athens can be easily reached by train and there are also hundreds of cheap flights to anywhere else in Europe. Romania itself offers a vast variety of sights and scenery – mountains, sea, scenic rural areas, vibrant city-life, the Danube Delta and much more… Discover Romania here. The university is placed in the largest city, the capital, Bucharest, however, its localized campus offers great security and peace within one of the busiest cities in Eastern Europe. Great Facilities The university offers its students an extensive array of facilities so that life on campus and during their studies is as pleasant as possible. The hotel offers clean, modern dorm rooms to live in, fresh and healthy food is served each day at the cafeteria, and students also have access to fitness facilities and lounge areas to relax. The university houses a Microsoft Development Center and other various fully equipped computer rooms and labs. Moreover, interactive class-rooms make academics a lot more fun. The library is the quiet spot within the buildings of the campus where students can have peace of mind while studying for their exams. History In 1991, Professor Ion Smedescu, Ph.D., had the initiative of setting up the Romanian-American University. He was the founder and Rector of the University and also President of the Romanian-American Foundation for the Promotion of the Education and Culture, in the activities of which the University is integrated. The Romanian-American University was founded with the purpose of promoting the American progressive educational values combined with the rich internationally recognized academic traditions of the Romanian educational system. The founder succeded in bringing to Romania the US higher education principles that have as support the general model the American society: the efficient organization of the activity the perseverant sense of duty cultivation of the working spirit self-respect and respect for the others honest spirit of competition challenge the others and yourself Conceived as an alternative and complementary form to the public higher education, the University has 6 Schools in its structure: 5 teaching Economics and one Law. Within the context of the university reform and of Romania's integration process in the European Union, the introduction of the European dimension, matching curricula, the compliance with the European standards, promotion of the academic performance internationally recognized criteria, the interuniversity cooperation, academic mobility and the recognition of studies and diplomas are among the strategic objectives of the Romanian-American University. Due to the reform imposed by the Bologna Process, the University pursued the increasing compatibility of its educational offer with that of the European education and has also achieved, through its actions, the opening of an integrated education system (bachelor - master - Ph.D.). Through its accomplishments, the Romanian-American University has consolidated its position in the Romanian educational system, and its activity has achieved new standards, necessary in the context of a harsh competition on the highly qualified labor market of the European Union and all over the world. By pursuing its mission and goals, the university succeeded in developing and consolidating a good reputation among Romanian and international companies. Accreditation The Romanian-American University received the „High Confidence Rating" certification (the best of all possible distinctions) from the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ARACIS), which is a full member of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) and is registered in the European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education - EQAR. The University and all our academic programs are fully accredited by the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ARACIS), and the degree granted is Internationally recognized. The Romanian-American University is "The Best Private University in Romania" according to the independent "University Ranking" survey by Kienbaum Management Consultants in collaboration with "Capital" business magazine.
FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE TIMIȘOARA Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Timișoara is part of the Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania” from Timișoara. Our faculty history started once, on 1944 December 31, when Royal Decree No. 660 was published in Monitorul Oficial no. 302, setting up the Western University with seven faculties: Law, Letters and Philosophy, Sciences, Human Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy… [+] and Theology. Because of subjective reasons, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine has started its activity only in 1948 in Arad, in a different organizational structure. There it worked until 1957, when also from subjective reasons, goes into liquidation. Agitated and painful changes in orientation of agriculture, which proved to be totally wrong, increased livestock and subsequent livestock and agriculture education. Under these conditions, it was set up that in western Romania a Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is necessary. Thus, by the decision of Council of Ministers No. 428 from 23 May 1962 was founded the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, that entering into service from the academic year 1962/1963 inside the Agronomic Institute from Timișoara and it works till now with a single specialization: Veterinary Medicine. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is a full member of: - EAEVE (European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education), - FVE (European Veterinary Federation), - WVA (World Veterinary Association). Also, FVM Timișoara participates to ETCS (European Transferable Credit System) and it is EAEVE evaluated. Now, the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Medicine (EAEVE), in accordance with their Standards and based on the educational requirements of the EC Directive 2005/36, Article 38, established the status of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Timișoara as APPROVED. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine has now: - 3 auditoriums (amphitheatres) with 345 seats recently upgraded and equipped with wireless Internet, projectors and smart boards; - 46 laboratories, of which 2 are nationally authorized; - 5 veterinary clinics; - one veterinary hospital - hosting opportunities for horses, ruminants and pets; - veterinary pharmacy; - one parasitology test van; - 2 minibuses; - more than 150 networked computers connected to Internet; - a new Research Laboratory Complex, with state-of-the-art equipments - a new facility for horse jumping games. For students, our University offers 1516 places in 5 new renovated hostels. The fee per one place in the hostel is different depending on the type of student (budgeted or tax paying) and on the comfort of the room. Also, students can eat at the University’s canteen (breakfast and lunch) with a minimum amount of 18 Lei (4 Euros)/day. Our University was awarded in the section “Best Campus” at the International Science and Education Competition, Oxford 2014
The “Danubius” University from Galati, Romania is a non-profit institution of higher education, a juridical person of private law and public utility, part of the National Education System, established by the Law no. 409/2002, which functions according to the Romanian Constitution, the law on education, the status of the teaching staff and its own Carta approved by the University Senate. This institution, founded in 1992, assumes the role of enriching the values of … [+] the Romanian culture and civilization, of supporting the assertion of national identity and spirituality, in order to develop our society as a democratic and social state of law. Based on the “non-profit” principle, the “Danubius” University from Galati operates according to the Constitution and the laws that govern the higher education system in Romania. It proposes to train specialists in knowledge and contemporary performance and to promote new education methods in accordance with the current progress of the human society along with human rights and freedoms. By promoting the private education it creates the possibility of a competitive state, meant to put in a good use the individual skills and the highest knowledge in the studied domains, the continuous training of adults, absolving the state of significant expenditures regarding the education of young people. Thus, the ratio between demand and supply remains at an optimal level, because both the citizen and institutions interested in their qualification and education adapt continuously to social needs of qualification and performance. On the other hand, the directions of economic, legal, technical and cultural development demand and receive dynamically the necessary specialists without being influenced by the scholar fees or artificial specializations. “Danubius” university ensures the transparency of graduated studies for Romanian and foreign employers; there are more chances on the labor market through complex content of the Diploma Supplement, according to the Bologna Agreement, a bilingual written document (in Romanian and English) issued with the university diploma, starting with the academic year 2005-2006. The Professors that make up the academic staff of the “Danubius” University from Galati, come from the elite academic centers such as Iasi, Galati and Bucharest, all having PhD diploma or PhDs in progress. The University faculties ensure, as facilities, courses of the disciplines’ holders, library services to approximately 30,000 volumes and over 2,000 periodicals, computer labs, judicial clinic, criminology, Publishing House and publications, and non-stop Internet connection accessed by all students and academic staff.
The university’s leadership is assured by an executive team formed by the Rector, three Vice-Rectors, Director of the Council for Doctoral Studies and three Deans. The university also has a Honorary President and a President of the University's Senate. IMUAU is organized in: - three faculties: Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Urbanism and Faculty of Interior Architecture - one IOSUD-UAUIM / Institution Organizing Universitary Doctoral Studies. The total n… [+] umber of students is around 3000 in a given academic year. Admission at all study forms is based on examination. The students may benefit of merit based and social grants from the budget, granted according to the Ministry of National Education and UAUIM Rules. Some sponsors may offer special grants for students. The education and training offer of the faculties is sustained by the teaching activities performed by the academic staff which belongs to the nine IMUAU Departments covering different disciplinary areas. The research activity is carried through five research centers situated in Bucharest and in the country: Center for Research, Design, Building Evaluation and Consulting (CCPEC), Center for Architectural and Urban Studies (CSAU), Center for Excellence in Image Study (CESI) – in partnership with University of Bucharest, Center for Excellence in Planning (CEP), Study Centre for Vernacular Architecture (CSAV, at Dealu Frumos-Schoenberg, Sibiu County). ion mincu HISTORICAL BACKGROUND The "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urbanism in Bucharest is the oldest and most important academic institution in this field in Romania. It continues a long tradition of local architectural higher education, the foundation of which is closely linked with the rise of modern Romania and the setting of its new institutional structure and culture, during the second half of the 19th century. In Romania, the first form of architectural education was legally established in 1864, based on an Act issued by Alexandru Ioan Cuza, Prince of Moldavia and Walachia, as a part of the “School of Bridges and Roads, Mines and Architecture”. However, due to the lack of funds, it was closed down shortly after. In 1892 the Committee of the Romanian Society of Architects set up a private school of architecture under its authority. The Education Reform in 1897 transformed the private school into the National School of Architecture (financed by the government) as a part of the School of Fine Arts. In 1904 it became an independent institution named the Higher School of Architecture. In 1931 the School was renamed the Academy of Architecture. The first law concerning architectural education, issued in 1932, recognized its university level preserving yet the title of Academy; the same law regulated the use of the title of architect and the professional practice. In 1938 the Academy of Architecture was integrated into the Polytechnic School in Bucharest, under the name of the Faculty of Architecture. Additionally, a special program dedicated to the study of urbanism functioned between 1943 and 1948. In 1948 the Faculty of Architecture became independent under a new name - the „Institute of Architecture”. After a short period of independence, it was incorporated to the recently created Civil Engineering Institute and renamed Faculty of Architecture. In 1952 the Faculty became independent again, retaking the name of the Institute of Architecture; by a decree issued in 1953, the Institute was named after Ion Mincu. Until 2000 the institution functioned under the title of “Ion Mincu” Institute of Architecture. In 2000, by a decision of the Academic Senate, the name was changed to “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism, which is still the current official denomination. This change was closely linked with the broadening of the educational offer after 1990. Thus, two new Faculties were added to the old Faculty of Architecture in the last decades: the Faculty of Urbanism in 1997 and the Faculty of Interior Design in 2003. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION, MOBILITY AND GUESTS: IMUAU has bilateral or Erasmus relations with more than 80 schools of architecture in Europe, Asia, South America and the United States, that facilitates the mobility of the students and the teaching and auxiliary staff. IMUAU is a member of: EAAE/AEEA (European Association for Architectural Education), EUA (European University Association), IAU (International Association of Universities), AESOP (The Association of Planning Schools in Europe), ELIA (The European League of Institutes of the Arts), ACESA (Alliance of Central-European Schools of Architecture), ELASA (European Landscape Architecture Student Association), IAESTE (The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience).
About The School MSM was founded in the Netherlands, its origins dating back to 1952 and has been delivering its EMBA program in Romania since 2010. Maastricht School of Management, which celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2012, has its roots in the Institute for Management Science at the Technical University in Delft, dating back to 1952. In 1989, the school relocated to the historical city of Maastricht and in 1993 its name changed to the Maastricht School of Management.… [+] As a key player in the global education field, MSM is one of the few management schools that systematically combine education, technical assistance and research in its professional services. With more than 2,000 students annually graduating in more than 20 countries, MSM is the largest and most international business school in the Netherlands. MSM offers its Outreach MBA, throughout the world by partnering with respected educational institutions in each local market. Maastricht School of Management Romania was created by some of Romania`s most respected educational leaders of the past decade: Dora Surugiu, Adrian Stanciu and Oliver Olson. As one of the key global education institutions, we have more than 2000 students graduating each year in more than 20 countries. The variety of our outreach programs is significant for MSM’s international view on business/research - the program is available on three continents (Europe, Asia and Africa). MSM is, thus, the largest and most international business school active in Romania. Mission statement of Maastricht School of Management Romania: We recognize in each student the inner spark, we then provide knowledge and reinforce character by bringing the students together with professors and peers who share our values, so in the end the graduates become the change agents our businesses and community need. Values: This school brings together people who share the same values: integrity, the openness to self-reflect, the constant need to self-develop, respect for society, proactive optimism, and the courage to challenge the status-quo. We will create Change Agents by delivering a Master of Business Administration (MBA) which is grounded in the following Learning Outcomes: Meta-Learning Outcomes Holistic Assessment (HA) Personal Responsibility (PR) Leadership Attitude (LA) Systems and Strategic Thinking (SST) Teamwork and Cooperation (TWC) Course Content Outcomes Business Management (B) Market Development (M) People Development (P) Business Strategy (S) Decision Making in Evolving Markets (E) Definition of Change Agent Our success in creating Change Agents will be determined by measuring our students and alumni against the following qualities : Autonomous (PR, LA) Challenges the Status Quo (LA, HA) Having a Change Behavior (PR, LA, P) Ability to Analyze the Environment (HA, SST, E) Able to Understand Differences in different situations (SST, B) Seeking Truth (HA, SST) Have a Vision (HA, SST, LA, S, M) Relentless Pursuit of Goals in the Face of Opposition (S, LA, E) Courage to Act (PR, LA) Engages Others (TWC, P, LA)
Veterinary higher education in Iasi dates back to about one century. "At the beginning of the 20th century, within the Faculty of Sciences of Iasi, there functioned a Department of Agriculture similar to the Department of Agricultural Chemistry set up at the Faculty of Sciences from Bucharest. In 1910, the subjects taught in this department were the following: Nutrition of plants and agricultural animals, Wine processing and Dairy. On the 7th of June 1911, a group of teachers,… [+] among whom Haralamb Vasiliu - the chair of the Department of Agricultural Chemistry, P. Bujor, A. Popovici, and I. Simionescu, proposed the founding of a Section of Agricultural Sciences within the Faculty of Sciences. The courses were distributed along two years and in three groups. From the 17th of May 1913 onwards, the section of Agricultural Sciences had its own functioning regulations, but at about the same time, they were on the verge of losing academic staff for animal husbandry, rural economy as well as veterinary medicine. The positions had been cut "because of exceptional and unfavourable circumstances in which the country was found." (The State Archives of Bucharest, Fond. Min. Instr. Dos. 2681/1913, f.189) Although these documents prove that there have been veterinary practices within the university from the very beginning of the 20th century, it took almost six decades for this desideratum to come true. Set up in 1961, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine was equipped with highly modern technology where outstanding personalities of Romanian veterinary higher education pursued their activity. Up until 1974 the faculty functioned as an individual unit within the Agronomic Institute of Iasi, with a 5-year curriculum where the disciplines were structured in 4 Departments. In 1974, the unit merged with the Faculty of Animal Husbandry. From here on, the Veterinary Medicine section continued to develop within the Faculty of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine. In 1986, following re-organization, the faculty is re-founded within the Faculty of Agriculture under the name of Department of Veterinary Medicine. Starting with 1990, the Faculty gains its own name and status as Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, organized on the principles of modern veterinary education, within the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine.
Student service/activities: The Faculty organizes conferences, exhibitions, and international cultural events, where students may attend, participate and exhibit their work. Every year the Faculty invites reputed foreign architects, emerging Romanian architects and designers for public lectures and conferences, and promotes students' work and research by means of exhibitions, cultural events, presentations and discussions with local authorities, incestors and general public… [+] itself. Students exchange program: enlisted in the ERASMUS student exchange program, the Faculty provides for students' mobility for one or two semesters. Out prestigious partner universities are: Izmir Ekonomi Universitesi, University of Sassari, Kavala Institute of Athens, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Universidad Catolica de San Antonio de Murcia. Student research: scientific sessions both in-land and abroad, as well as a large range of week-long workshops are held every year, as part of the tuition programme: Urban Scenarios, Experimental Design, Restoration techniques on site, Historical research. Joined research and workshop activities involve both local and international partners (i2a international Institute of Architecture in Morcote, Switzerland, ERASMUS partners). Student facilities: campus with student hostels, restaurant, club, sport grounds, studio halls, laboratories, specialized library. Students and teachers have free access to the Romanian National Library, and free on-line access to international data-base, with the possibility of entering research communities and publishing their work. Setting: the Faculty of Architecture, an architectural monument, is located in the very core of the historical town of Bucharest, a 5-minute walk from public transportation stops (bus, trolley, tram and subway station). The National Theatre, the Comedy Theatre, Odeon Theatre, The National Military Centre, the National History Museum, Sutu Palace, the Cinematheque are in its immediate proximity, providin for students a rich cultural environment.
The Institute for Business and Public Administration from Bucharest (ASEBUSS) was founded in 1993 through a program financed by USAID – The US Agency of International Development (1993-1995). The Romanian-American School of Business, part of the Institute, has been organizing since 1993 The Executive MBA Program (EMBA) – the only American EMBA on the Romanian market in partnership with prestigious US universities. The academic alliance created by ASEBUSS and Kennesaw… [+] State University leverages the strengths of each program to the benefit of both students and faculty. Participation in this jointly designed academic experience prepares our students for a leadership role in tomorrow's business organization. Participants learn to manage across the cultural, linguistic, technological and geographical boundaries by working within international teams of students to complete a variety of assignments and projects. The opportunity to learn from each other and from their respective employer organizations provides first hand experience that cannot be found in other EMBA programs. Currently, ASEBUSS is a private, independent institution, authorized and accredited by the Ministry of Education and Research to organize postgraduate academic programs. ASEBUSS activity is oriented in two main areas: the Romanian-American Executive MBA and the Continuous Education Department with programs in business and public administration. The Executive MBA of the Romanian- American School of Business is a postgraduate program for managers from private or state-owned companies, Romanian or multinationals, public utilities companies, addressed to all successful executives who have to take important decisions, with increased impact on the business environment in Romania. The main objective of the school is to better prepare experienced managers in decision making, to provide them the basic knowledge and tools for dealing with the challenges of the transition to the market economy and to educate them to become international managers in a global market.