Established in 1920, shortly after the union of Romanian territories, in a European context marked by the redefinition of states and by the aftermath of World War I, the Polytechnic School in Timisoara - as was originally called - was the answer to one of the requirements of the Romanian society of the time, namely the formation of engineers.
The didactic activity of Politehnica University Timisoara is organized in line with the Bologna paradigm; the study programs correspond to three cycles, BACHELOR, MASTER and DOCTORAL STUDIES. Interested in responding to the labor market demands and to the need for long-life training and development required by the complex challenges of the modern society, Politehnica University Timisoara organizes POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS, whose main objective is to update / develop / improve numerous academic qualifications.
Politehnica University Timisoara has an infrastructure which ensures best conditions for teaching and research. The excellent spaces and equipment which the university offers are a consequence of the last decade’s modernization and investing concerns.
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Student residences with twin rooms. Each level features two common bathrooms, a kitchen and a laundry room. Each student residence has a study hall. Room facilities: Internet, cable TV, furniture purchased in 2007, sink and refrigerator. Student residences are protected by video surveillance systems.
The library provides users with access to the resources and documentary services needed for the education and research process, using specific modern means, for the purpose of professional training and the completion of the human personality. At the beginning of the twentieth century, there was an increasing need for a university institution with a technical profile in the western part of Romania.
The Student Polyclinic (“Policlinica studenteasca”) is located in the Student Campus, on Aleea Studentilor nr. 1, and provides free of charge medical checks and treatments in the following areas: general medicine, internal medicine and echography, dermatology, family planning, gynaecology, otorhinolaryngology, ophthalmology.
The university`s campus includes 16 student hostels offering approximately 6500 beds, a student cafeteria, a student medical center and two modern sports centers.
All international students have access to the sports facilities of Politehnica University of Timisoara in the same conditions as local students.There are two sports centers:
every thing is Okay , thanks for everything
I am very satisfied with my university. Everything is so cool and nice and the city is wonderful.
This is a pretty good university, all classes are in Romanian so not so good for foreign students. The teachers are nice, but it's a lot of work to do.
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