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București • Architecture
Sibiu • Law • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • History • Medicine, General, Internal
The university's research and scientific training is based on the strategy of promoting multidisciplinary research and the priority given to new technology.
According to the Scimago Lab, based on data collected between 2007 and 2011, Politehnica University of Timișoara ranked 1251 in the World, 68 regionally and 6 in the country by number of publications. In 2011, Politehnica University of Timișoara was classified as an institution for Higher Education and Advanced Scientific Research by the Romanian Ministry of Education, thus becoming the only university in Western Romania categorized among the best 12 university in the country. Moreover, the international evaluation carried out by the European University Association (EUA) concluded that "Politehnica University of Timișoara is a high-performance university which enjoys a distinguished reputation within the surrounding society".
Iași • Medicine, General, Internal • Pharmacology, Pharmacy
Grigore T. Popa University is classified by the Ministry of Education as an advanced research and education university.
Cluj-Napoca • Medicine, General, Internal • Pharmacology, Pharmacy • Physics
Suceava • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Physics • Geography • History
Started in 1963, as the Institute of Pedagogy, the institution had three faculties: Letters, Mathematics and Physics, History and Geography.
After officially given the university title by the Romanian government on 7 March 1990, the university started to individualize throughout academic consolidation, didactic and scientific diversification, not least by getting better known national and international. The Stefan cel Mare university has been ranked the fourth on a recent top created by the KIENBAUM Management Consultants in cooperation with CAPITAL magazine. The ranking mirrors the current situation of the image universities haveamong employers, graduates and students in Romania. In September 2008 the university was awarded with an High Confidence Rating by the executive bureau of ARACIS (Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education).
Timișoara • Veterinary Sciences • Cultural Studies • Medicine, General, Internal • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food
Cluj-Napoca • Veterinary Sciences • Cultural Studies • Medicine, General, Internal
In 2011, the UNBM Senate voted to affiliate with the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca. The fusion process ended with the 2012 academic elections.
Iași • Veterinary Sciences • Cultural Studies • Medicine, General, Internal
Timișoara • Medicine, General, Internal • Pharmacology, Pharmacy
The Carol I National Defence University (Romanian: Universitatea Naţională de Apărare "Carol I" (UNAp)) is an institution of higher education, located in Bucharest, Romania. It was established in 1889 under the Higher War School name. In 2005, it was named in honor of the Romanian King Carol I.
Carol I National Defence University seeks to train military and civilian experts in security and national defence. It undertakes scientific studies related to these matters when requested by relevant state authorities. It is a member of the International Association for Military Pedagogy (IAMP), whose members include military and civilian professionals from military institutions of advanced learning.
Cluj-Napoca • Music
București • Ecology, Evolution, Environment
Some students of the public educational system in Romania felt the need for a reform. In this context, a group of five students from Politehnica University of Bucharest decided to establish CROS (which will later become Universitatea Alternativă), as an environment for NGOs led by students.
Craiova • Chemistry • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Economics • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
București • Urban Studies • Architecture
Sebiș • Cultural Studies
The spiritual patron of the university is Vasile Goldiș, a prominent Romanian politician, pedagogue, publicist, member of the Romanian Academy and a key figure of the Union of Transylvania with Romania in 1918. Subsequent to the union he was a member of the Ion I. C. Brătianu, Artur Văitoianu and Alexandru Averescu cabinets and a deputy in the Romanian Parliament. After his withdrawal from politics he dedicated himself to educational and cultural activities. Between 1923-1932 he was the president of the ASTRA society.
București • Physics • Education, Educational Research
ANEFS is one of the major physical education and sport institutions in Eastern Europe, and the degrees are awarded by the Minister of Education and Research of Romania, and are recognised by other countries with whom bilateral agreements have been signed.
Among those who have graduated from the university include coaches, sports people and managers, including some of the most important in Romania, such as Ion Ţiriac, Ivan Patzaichin, Octavian Belu, Iolanda Balaș, and Uca Marinescu – the first woman to reach the North Pole.
A number of sports people from Olympic and international competition have also attended, including Nadia Comăneci, Laura Badea, Gabriela Szabo, Elisabeta Lipă, Marius Urzică, and Marian Simion.
București • Veterinary Sciences • Medicine, General, Internal • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food
Timișoara • Pharmacology, Pharmacy
In the 2012 QS World University Rankings it was included in Top 700 universities of the world. Another three Romanian universities have entered the prestigious top.
București • Music
Romanian-American University was founded in 1991,aimed at promoting the educational values of American higher education and the rich Romanian traditional education.
București • Art
More precisely, it has 14 accredited or temporarily authorized license (Bachelor's) curricula, according to Government Decision no. 749/2009 and 10 accredited or temporarily authorized Master's curricula, according to Order no. 4360/2010 of the Romanian Department of Education.
With its 15 faculties, has a total of 123 fields of study for undergraduates and 151 post-graduate specialisation degrees. The University employs 1600 people, of which 1,080 are teaching personnel, and over 21,000 students (including part-time students and those engaging in distance learning).
București • Political Science • Literature
It was established as Universitatea Muncitorească a PCR (PCR Workers' University) and began functioning on March 21, 1945 in Bucharest, apparently on Ana Pauker's initiative. Its first leaders were rector Barbu Lăzăreanu, a literature professor, and secretary Constantin Ionescu-Gulian, a Stalinist philosopher. The name Ştefan Gheorghiu was added on February 10, 1946, in memory of an early 20th-century Romanian social-democrat.
Another school with much the same purpose, Şcoala Superioară de Ştiinţe Sociale A. A. Jdanov (A. A. Jdanov Upper School of Social Sciences), was created separately; the two eventually merged.
The Ştefan Gheorghiu Academy was dissolved after the Romanian Revolution of 1989.