The University of Bucharest is rich in history and has been actively contributing to the development and modernisation of Romanian education, science and culture since 1694.
The University of Bucharest offers numerous study programs, from Bachelor degrees to PhD programmes, as well as lifelong learning programmes and Erasmus programmes.
The University of Bucharest offeres undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in social sciences and humanities, and natural sciences. The University consists of nineteen Faculties, each specialised in an academic field.
The University's Faculties are the following: Mathematics and Informatics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Geology and Geophysics, Business and Administration, Law, History, Sociology, Psychology and Education Sciences, Political Sciences, Philosophy, Journalism, Letters, Foreign Languages and Literature etc.
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IRO co-ordinates the internationalisation process within the UB. It suprevises all the in-coming and out-going academic and research exchanges developed by the University of Bucharest.
In this context, its main responsabilities are monitoring and counselling the international independent undergraduate and postgraduate students, the foreign guest lecturers, the Romanian UB students and teaching staff who wish to study abroad. IRO promotes the scholarships on higher education offered by the Romanian Government and organises the Doctor Honoris Causa awarding ceremonies. It also organises the UB summer school, at Sinaia.
UB has 18 student accommodation buildings with the capacity to host over 5,300 students and 2 cafeterias. Our University has numerous libraries which harbour thousands of books and volumes. Students have the possibly to benefit from state-of-the-art laboratories.
The “Carol I” Central University Library of Bucharest features a complex organisational structure. It includes the Central Unit, the “I.C. Petrescu” Pedagogical Department and 16 other branches of libraries (to be found within the University of Bucharest).
Nowadays, the Internet has become one of the main communication and information facility of the modern world. The number of Internet users grows constantly. In Romania there are several companies that provide services of this kind. The easiest way to rapidly access the web is used in the Internet-cafes in every town of the country.
Bucharest is a vibrant and energetic metropolis. The Universitys buildings are surrounded by cafés and restaurants and parks which come in handy for much-earned study breaks.
The University has more than 25 student associations and organizes numerous student events and academic conferences.
Its greatest strength lies in the dedicated professors who not only love their respective fields of study, but also love sharing their knowledge with the students.
Overall, it was a pleasant experience. The study material was exceptional, but some professors could've been a bit more adapted to newer teaching strategies. Due to the Coronavirus crisis, we also weren't able to be on campus a lot, so the socializing part (a very important part) of our evolving stage as students couldn't be met. Even so, there were a lot of online...
I dont like my major in university at all (LAW) and i want to change my career soon as possible
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