In May 1990, by a decree of the Romanian government, the Technical University was founded following some prestigious academic traditions of Oradea. Later on, the name of the university was changed in University of Oradea.
In the last 22 years, the University answered the changes occurred within the national- educational policy, demographic changes, requirements of the market economy, local and regional needs and new technologies.
All these changes have led to new expectations from students, academic and administrative staff. University of Oradea offers to our students the necessary training to contribute to society development. This training is conducted in 15 faculties which offers a wide range of initial training and postgraduate courses.
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Operation and accommodation in students' dormitories are governed by the Regulation of organization and operation of the dormitories, canteen and other facilities that provide services for students and the Framework Regulation of the University of Oradea on the accommodation in students’ dormitories:
Two dormitories of our University located in campus, accommodation capacity: 892 seats.
A new dormitory located in the campus is in completion stage (402 seats)
A rented dormitory from the City Hall of Oradea, Str. Poienitei no. 25, with the accommodation capacity of 300 seats
ASUO - The Students 'Association of Oradea University was established in the spring of 2003, in response to the students' desire to have a representative student organization at University level. The start-up initiative began to materialize in February 2003, so that on 9 May 2003, ASUO would acquire the legal personality.
I haven’t really experienced college life and offline learning because of the coronavirus, but hopefully this year i will.
Overall the professors are really good and explain everything in an easy to understand way. That being said, some of them have really outdated views on how to teach and are just simply unfit to teach. To add to that, all the equipment is outdated, and is essentially from the 70's. Professors do try to work around with the limitations of the equipment, and tried to teach...
I am satisfied with university of Oradea but I want to experience more because here we don't have very much practice.
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