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UNIVERSITATEA BABEŞ-BOLYAI Cluj-Napoca, Romania - A world in one University


ADMISSION PROCEDURES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 2010


I.

WHY UBB?

Dynamism and

Our University is a dynamic, but also traditional institution, with deep roots in Central Europe

tradition

and strong international academic ties. Its origins date back to 1581, which makes it the oldest institution of higher education in Romania. It was named after two prominent Transylvanian scientists – the Romanian biologist Victor Babeş and the Hungarian mathematician János Bolyai. Located in Transylvania, a European province with a complex history, Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai is the crowning achievement of a long series of attempts to establish here a higher education institution. Thus, the University’s international acknowledgment is materialized in different forms of collaboration and joint scientific programmes with other well-known universities from all around the world.

Bridge Eastern &

It is the largest Romanian university (approximately 50,000 students and 1,700 faculty staff), situated

Western cultures

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.

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Multicultural &

Situated in a geographical area characterized by the presence of diverse ethnic and religious groups, the

multilingual

University benefits from a multicultural and multilingual environment that gives its unique character, and it offers complete studies in Romanian, Hungarian and German.

Competitive

In addition, the University lays considerable emphasis on foreign language skills and on educational

programmes

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 offers a wide variety of courses in language centres (Lingua Language Centre and Alpha Language Centre) and various cultural centres (Italian, Austrian, French, Polish, American, German, Korean, Institute for Turkish and Central Asian Studies, Confucius Institute).

Modern buildings, The University’s assets comprise modern buildings, with laboratories equipped at high technical high-tech

standards, libraries, sports, and leisure facilities. Each faculty, cultural centre and research institute

laboratories

has its own library, all being coordinated by the Central Library. We also provide high quality support services, 14 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.

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Outstanding

Our students benefit from outstanding educational and research opportunities under the guidance of

educational &

a well-established academic staff. Research has continuously and thoroughly been promoted along our

research

University’s existence and therefore, laboratories and research centres of internationally scientific relevance

opportunities

have been created. In this respect, Universitatea BabeĹ&#x;-Bolyai has made significant investments in the research area, in order to increase its performance and international visibility.

Vivid & colorful

Cluj-Napoca is genuinely a university city animated by a vivid and colorful cultural life and

student life

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 (Julius Mall and Polus Mall) and shopping centres (Central, Sora). Annually, our city hosts international and European film festivals (Transylvanian 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.

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Substantially lower While belonging to the European Union area, the education costs for studying at UBB are yet education costs

substantially lower. The average tuition fee per 10 months at our University is around 2200 – 3000 EUR, for students from non-EU Member States. For students from countries within the EU, the tuition fee is the same as for Romanian students. Furthermore, in order to assist international students, our University gives average information concerning the living costs in Cluj-Napoca. Accommodation

800 – 3,000 EURO/year

Meals

600 – 1,200 EURO/year

Books

70 - 140 EURO/year

Clothing, personal objects

700 – 1,000 EURO/year

Transportation

100 - 250 EURO/year

Theatre, Sports, Entertainment

100 - 250 EURO/year

Others

200 - 500 EURO/year

Total living costs

2,570 – 6,240 EURO/year

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II. ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES 2010-2011 A. Bachelor’s level 2010 – Full-time learning programmes

Notations used further on:

* newly proposed specializations. Admission will take place only after obtaining the authorization for the respective specializations ** 4-year specialization

R–Romanian line of study H–Hungarian line of study G–German line of study E–teaching language – English language F–teaching language – French language I–teaching language – Italian language U–teaching language – Ukrainian language

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Faculty

1

FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

Field / Specialization

Line of study

No. crt.

Mathematics Mathematics Computer Science Mathematics

R H R H G

Computer Science Computer Science

R H E

Computer Science at the Miercurea Ciuc extension

H

Computers and IT** Information Engineering**

6

R H E


2

FACULTY OF PHYSICS

Physics Physics Physics at the Zalトブ extension Medical Physics Computational Physics

R H R R H R H

Applied Engineering Sciences** Technological Physics**

3

FACULTY OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Medical Engineering** Environmental Science Environmental Physics Chemistry Chemistry Criminalistic Chemistry Environmental Science Environmental Chemistry Chemical Engineering**

R H R R R H R R

The Engineering of Inorganic Substances and Environmental Protection**

R

Science and Engineering of Oxydic and Nanometric Materials**

R

Engineering and Informatics of Chemical and Biochemical Processes**

R

Biochemical Engineering** Food Chemistry and Biochemical Technologies**

R R R

Organic Substances Chemistry and Engineering, Petrochemistry and Carbochemistry** 7

H


4

FACULTY OF BIOLOGY AND GEOLOGY

Environmental Engineering** Engineering and Environmental Protection in the Chemical and Petrochemical Industry** Engineering and Management**

R

Economic Engineering in the Chemical and Materials Industry**

R

Biology Biology Biochemistry Environmental Science Ecology and Environmental Protection

R H R R H G

Geology R H

Geology Geological Engineering** Geological Engineering** Applied Engineering Sciences** Industrial Biotechnologies

8

R H R


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THE FACULTY OF GEOGRAPHY

Geography Geography Hydrology and Meteorology Territorial Planning Cartography Geography of Tourism Geography of Tourism* Geography of Tourism – at the Gheorgheni extension Geography of Tourism – at the Zalău extension Geography of Tourism – at the Sighetu Marmaţiei extension Geography of Tourism – at the Bistriţa extension Environment Geography - at the Sighetu Marmaţiei extension* Geodesic Engineering** Land Measuring and Cadaster** Land Measuring and Cadaster – at the Gheorgheni extension** Land Measuring and Cadaster – at the Gheorgheni extension*,**

9

R H G R R H R R H G R H R R R R R R H


6

7

FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

FACULTY OF LAW

Environmental Science Environmental Science Environmental Geography Environmental Engineering Environmental Engineering ** The Engineering of Biotechnical and Ecological Systems** Law**

FACULTY OF LETTERS

R R R H

Law 8

R H R

Language and Literature Romanian Language and Literature - Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature Romanian Language and Literature - Hungarian Language and Literature/ German Language and Literature (for schools that teach in the language of the respective minorities)

R

R

Comparative and Universal Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language

R

Hungarian Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

H

German Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

G

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English Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

French Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

Russian Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

Ukrainian Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

Italian Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

Spanish Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

Norwegian Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

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Chinese Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

Korean Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

Japanese Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

Finnish Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

Classical Philology (Latin Language and Literature and Old Greek Language and Literature)

R

Classical Philology: Latin Language and Literature - Romanian Language and Literature/Hungarian Language and Literature/a foreign language and literature/Latin Language/Old Greek Language/Comparative and Universal Literature

R

Hungarian Language and Literature Cultural Studies Ethnology Cultural Management Applied Modern Languages Applied Modern Languages 12

H R H H R


9

FACULTY OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY

History R G H R H R H R H R H

History Archaeology Art History Archiving Museology * Communication Sciences Bibliotheconomy Economics and the Science of Information

R H

Cultural Studies Ethnology International Relations and European Studies

R

International Relations and European Studies

R H

Political Sciences Security Studies Philosophy

R R G H

Philosophy

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10

FACULTY OF SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL WORK

Sociology R H R H R H R H R H

Sociology Anthropology Urban Studies* Social Marketing* Human Resources* Social Work

R H

Social Work 11

FACULTY OF PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION SCIENCES

Psychology R H

Psychology Education Sciences Special Psycho-Pedagogy Pedagogy The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, Studies continuation

R H R H R H R H

The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning - at the Năsăud extension

R

The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, Studies continuation – at the Năsăud extension

R

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The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning – at the Târgu Mureş extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, Studies continuation – at the Târgu Mureş extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning – at the Sibiu extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, Studies continuation – at the Sibiu extension

R H R H R G R G

The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning – at the Sighetu Marmaţiei extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, Studies continuation – at the Sighetu Marmaţiei extension

R U

The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning*- at the Bistriţa extension

R

The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning – at the Odorheiu Secuiesc extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, Studies continuation – at the Odorheiu Secuiesc extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning – at the Satu Mare extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, studies continuation – at the Satu Mare extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning – at the Târgu Secuiesc extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, Studies continuation – at the Târgu Secuiesc extension Curriculum Counselling

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R

H H H H H H R


12

FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Marketing R H

Marketing Business Administration

Commerce, Tourism and Services Economics Commerce, Tourism and Services Economics – at the Sfântu Gheorghe extension Firm Economics Firm Economics – at the Sfântu Gheorghe extension

R H R H G R H

Economics

Agro-alimentary Economics General Economics

R R

Finances

Finances and Banking

R H E

Accounting

Accounting and Management Informatics

R F E

Accounting and Management Informatics – at the Sighetu Marmaţiei extension

R

Management R H E

Management Economics and International Business

International Business

R G

Cybernetics, Statistics and Economic Informatics

Economic Informatics Statistics and Economic Foresight 16

R R


13

FACULTY OF EUROPEAN STUDIES

International Relations and European Studies

International Relations and European Studies

R G E

Management

European Institutional Cultural Management Management – at the Bistriţa extension

R I R

Cultural Studies

American Studies Jewish Studies

E R

Administrative Sciences

European Administration 14

15

FACULTY OF BUSINESS

R

Business Administration

Business Administration Business Administration* Business Administration in Hospitality Services

Political Science FACULTY OF POLITICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND Political Science COMMUNICATION SCIENCES

R E R R H E

Administrative Sciences

Public Administration Public Administration – at the Satu-Mare extension Public Administration – at the Sfântu-Gheorghe extension Public Health Services and Policies Public Administration – at the Bistriţa extension

R E R R E R

Communication Sciences

Communication and Public Relations Journalism Advertising 17

R H G R H G R


16

FACULTY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS

Physical Education and Sports Physical Education and Sports Physical Education and Sports – at the Bistriţa extension Kineto-Therapy and Special Motion

17

18

19

20

FACULTY OF ORTHODOX THEOLOGY

FACULTY OF GREEKCATHOLIC THEOLOGY

FACULTY OF PROTESTANT THEOLOGY FACULTY OF ROMANCATHOLIC THEOLOGY

Theology Orthodox Pastoral Theology** Social Orthodox Theology Sacred Art Didactic Orthodox Theology Theology Social Greek-Catholic Theology Didactic Greek-Catholic Theology Pastoral Greek-Catholic Theology** Pastoral Greek-Catholic Theology** - at the Oradea extension Pastoral Greek-Catholic Theology** - at the Blaj extension Theology Didactic Protestant Theology Social Protestant Theology Music Musical Pedagogy Theology Didactic Roman-Catholic Theology Social Roman-Catholic Theology Religious Studies Pastoral Roman-Catholic Theology** - at the Alba-Iulia extension

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R H R R H R R R R R R R R R H H H H H H H


21

FACULTY OF THEATRE AND TELEVISION

Theatre Performance Arts (Acting) Performance Arts (Puppets-Marionettes) Performance Arts (Directing) Theatrical Studies

R H R R R H

Cinematography and Media Cinematography, Photography, Media

R H

B. Bachelor’s level – Distance Learning

Notations used further on: * advanced specialization, admission on condition to obtain the authorization of the Romanian Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation ** 4-year specialization R: Romanian language of study H: Hungarian language of study G: German language of study

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No. crt.

Faculty

1

FACULTY OF GEOGRAPHY

Field/Specialization/Language of Instruction

Geography

Geography of Tourism 2

R

FACULTY OF LAW Law**

Law** 3

R

FACULTY OF LETTERS Language and Literature Romanian Language and Literature - French Language and Literature/ Hungarian Language and Literature Hungarian Language and Literature – Romanian Language and Literature/ French Language and Literature French Language and Literature – Romanian Language and Literature/ Hungarian Language and Literature

R H

R

Cultural Studies Ethnology

20

R H


4

FACULTY OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY History

History

R H

Philosophy Philosophy 5

FACULTY OF SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL WORK

FACULTY OF PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION SCIENCES

H

Social Work Social Work

6

R

R, H

Psychology

Psychology

R H

Education Sciences Special Psycho-Pedagogy The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, at the Târgu Mureş extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, at the Odorheiul Secuiesc extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, at the Satu Mare extension 21

R R H R H H H


The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, at the Târgu Secuiesc extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, at the Năsăud extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, at the Sibiu extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning, at the Sighetu Marmaţiei extension The Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Learning*, at the Bistriţa extension 7

FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

H R R R R

Marketing Marketing

R H

Business Administration Commerce, Tourism and Services Economics Commerce, Tourism and Services Economics, at the Sfântu Gheorghe extension

R H R H

Economics Agro-alimentary Economics

R

Agro-alimentary Economics, at the Sfântu Gheorghe extension

R

22

H


Finances Finances and Banking Finances and Banking, at the Salonta extension

R H H

Accounting Accounting and Management Informatics Accounting and Management Informatics, at the Sighetu Marmaナ」iei extension Accounting and Management Informatics, at the Salonta extension Accounting and Management Informatics, at the Nトピトブd extension

R R R R

Management Management Management, at the Sfテ「ntu Gheorghe extension

R R H

Economics and International Business

International Business

R G

Cybernetics, Statistics and Economic Informatics Economic Informatics

R

Statistics and Economic Foresight

R

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8

FACULTY OF EUROPEAN STUDIES International Relations and European Studies

International Relations and European Studies 9

R

FACULTY OF BUSINESS Business Administration

10

FACULTY OF POLITICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND COMMUNICATION SCIENCES

Business Administration

R

Business Administration in Hospitality Services

R

Political Sciences Political Sciences

R

Administrative Sciences Public Administration

R

Public Administration, at the Satu-Mare extension

R

Public Administration, at the Sfântu Gheorghe extension

R

Public Administration, at the Bistriţa extension

R

Public Administration, at the Timişoara extension

R

H

Communication Sciences Journalism

R

Communication and Public Relations

R

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11

FACULTY OF PROTESTANT THEOLOGY Theology Christian Diaconate* FACULTY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS Physical Education and Sports

Physical Education and Sports

R

C. Master’s level

No. crt.

Study Field

1 1.1

Mathematics

1.2

Mathematics

1.3

Mathematics

1.4

Mathematics

Faculty/Programme

Duration

Mathematics and Computer Science Mathematics 4 semesters full time Didactic Mathematics 4 semesters full time Didactic Mathematics 4 semesters full time Applied Mathematics 4 semesters full time 25

Line of study

12

H

R R H R

Observation


1.5

Mathematics

Computational Mathematics

1.6

Mathematics

Interdisciplinary Modelling

1.7

Computer Science

Formal Methods in Programming

1.8

Computer Science

Modelling and Simulation

1.9

Computer Science

Component-Based Programming

1.10

Computer Science

Smart Systems

1.11

Computer Science

Databases

1.12

Computer Science

Internet Distributed Systems

1.13

Computer Science

Optimisation of Computer Science Models

1.14

Mathematics

Didactic Mathematics

1.15

Mathematics

Didactic Mathematics

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4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning

H H E E E E R R H R

H


1.16

Computer Science

2 2.1

Physics

2.2

Physics

2.3

Physics

2.4

Physics

2.5

Physics

2.6

Physics

3 3.1

Chemistry

3.2

Chemistry

3.3

Chemistry

Internet Distributed Systems

Physics Biophysics and Medical Physics

4 semesters distance learning

R

4 R semesters full time The Science and Technology of 4 E Advanced Materials semesters full time Computational Physics 4 E semesters full time The Physics of the Solid Body 4 E semesters full time Biomaterials 4 E semesters full time Applied Computational 4 R, E Physics semesters distance learning Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Advanced Chemistry 4 R, E semesters full time Modern Synthesis Techniques 4 H in Chemistry semesters full time Molecular Modelling in 4 E Chemistry and Biochemistry semesters full time

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3.4

Chemistry

Clinical Chemistry

3.5

Chemistry

Criminologist Chemistry

3.6

Chemistry

3.7

Chemistry

Chemical Control of Environment Quality and Depollution Techniques Chemical Control of Environment Quality and Depollution Techniques

3.8

Chemical Engineering

Organic and Biochemical Processes Engineering

3.9

Chemical Engineering

Materials Engineering and Environmental Protection

4.0

Chemical Engineering

Advanced Process Chemical Engineering

4.1

Chemistry, Chemical Engineering (interdisciplinary MA program)

Food Processing and Control

4 4.1

Geography

4.2

Geography

Geography Tourism Planning and Development Tourism Planning and Development

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4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters distance learning

R R R, H R, H

R, E R R, E R, E, H

R R


4.3

Geography

4.4

Geography

4.5

Geography

4.6

Geography

4.7

Geography

4.8

Geography

5 5.1

Geology

5.2

Geology

5.3

Biology

5.4

Biology

5.5

Biology

Resources and Risks in the Hydro-Atmospheric Environment Tourism and Territorial Planning – the Sighetu Marmatiei extension Ecotourism and Sustainable Development - the Gheorgheni extension Regional Planning and Development

4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time Geomatics 4 semesters full time Tourism and Territorial 4 Development semesters full time Biology and Geology Geology of Sedimentary Basins 4 semesters full time Applied Mineralogy and 4 Petrology semesters full time Molecular Biotechnology 4 semesters full time Cellular Biotransformation 4 semesters full time Systemic Ecology and 4 Conservation semesters full time

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R R H R R H

R R R R R


5.6

Biology

5.7

Biology

5.8

Biology

5.9

Biology

6.0

Biology

6.1

Biology

6 6.1 6.2

Business Administration

6.4

Economics and International Business Economics and International Business Economics

6.5

Economics

6.3

Use and Protection of Biological Resources

4 H semesters full time Land and Aquatic Ecology 4 H semesters full time Didactic Biology 4 R semesters full time Garden Designing 4 R semesters distance learning Environmental Molecular 4 E Biology semesters full time Nutrition Sciences 4 R semesters distance learning Economics and Business Administration Business Administration in 4 R Tourism, Commerce and semesters Services full time International Business 4 R semesters full time International Management 4 G semesters full time Agro-business 4 R semesters full time Sustainable Regional 4 R Development semesters full time 30

New


6.6

Economics

Project Management and Evaluation

6.7

Economics

Project Management and Evaluation

6.8

Economics

Environmental Economics

6.9

Finances

Banking and Capital Market

6.10

Finances

Corporate Finance - Insurance

6.11

Finances

Corporate Financial Management

6.12

Finances

Taxation Policy

6.13

Accounting

Diagnosis and Evaluation

6.14

Accounting

Accounting and Auditing Expertise

6.15

Accounting

Accounting Management, Auditing and Control

6.16

Management

6.17

Management

International Business Management and Communication Business Development Management

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4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time

R H R R R H, E R R R R R, E, F R

New


6.18

Management

Business Development Management

6.19

Management

Human Resources Management

6.20

Management

International Business Management

6.21

Marketing

Marketing and Organisation Management

6.22

Marketing

Marketing Strategies and Policies

6.23

Marketing

Marketing Strategies and Policies

6.24

Cybernetics, Statistics and Economic Informatics Cybernetics, Statistics and Economic Informatics Cybernetics, Statistics and Economic Informatics Economics and International Business

Systems for Assisting Economic Decisions

6.25

6.26

6.27

4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time

E R E F R H R

E-Business

4 semesters full time

R

Econometrics and Applied Statistics

4 semesters full time

R

International Business

4 semesters distance learning

R

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6.28

Finances

Banking and Capital Markets

6.29

Finances

Corporate Finance - Insurance

6.30

Accounting

Accounting Management, Auditing and Control

6.31

Management

International Business Management and Communication

6.32

Management

Business Development Management

6.33

Management

Business Development Management – the Sfantu Gheorghe Extension

6.34

Management

Human Resources Management

6.35

Marketing

Marketing Strategies and Policies

6.36

Cybernetics, Statistics and Economic Informatics

Systems for Assisting Economic Decisions

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4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters full time

R

4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R


6.37

6.38

Cybernetics, Statistics and Economic Informatics Business Administration

E-Business

Business Administration in Tourism, Commerce and Services

6.39

Management

Business Development Management – the Baia Mare extension Business Development Management – the Zalau extension Human Resources Management – the Zalau extension Auditing and Accounting Convergence – the Alba-Iulia extension Banks and Capital Markets – the Targu Mures extension

6.40

Management

6.41

Management

6.42

Accounting

6.43

Finances

7 7.1

Law

7.2

Law

Forensics Science and Criminology

7.3

Law

European Law and National Business Law

7.4

Law

Droit Privé Comparé (Comparative Private Law)

Law Private Law Institutions

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4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning 2 semesters full time 2 semesters full time 2 semesters full time 2 semesters full time 2 semesters full time

R

2 semesters full time 2 semesters full time 2 semesters full time 2 semesters full time

R

R

R R R R R

R R F


7.5

Law

7.6

Law

8 8.1

History

8.2

History

8.3

History

8.4

History

8.5

History

8.6

History

8.7

History

8.8

History

Community Private Law

2 semesters full time État de Droit et Société Civile 4 (State Law and Civil Society) semesters full time History and Philosophy Archaeology and Classical 4 Studies semesters full time Society, Art, Identities in 4 Central Europe. From the semesters Middle Ages to Modernity full time History and Social 4 Anthropology of Modern semesters Times full time History and Social 4 Anthropology of Modern semesters Times distance learning History of South-Eastern 4 Europe (Joint Master with semesters Graz and Ljubljana full time Universities) History, Memory, Orality in 4 the 20th century semesters full time History, Memory, Orality in 4 the 20th century semesters distance learning Research and Capitalization of 4 Cultural Heritage semesters full time

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H F

R R R R

R

R R

H


8.9

Communication Sciences

8.10

8.12

International Relations and European Studies International Relations and European Studies Political Sciences

8.13

Political Sciences

8.14

Communication Sciences

8.15

Philosophy

8.16

Philosophy

8.17

Philosophy

8.18

Philosophy

9 9.1

Sociology

8.11

Information and Documentation Sciences

4 semesters full time International Relations and 4 European Policies semesters Management full time Contemporary History and 4 International Relations semesters full time Security Management in the 4 Contemporary Society semesters full time Security Management in the 4 Contemporary Society semesters distance learning Information and 4 Documentation Sciences semesters (Bibliotechonomy and distance Archivists’ Science) learning Ancient and Medieval 4 Philosophy semesters full time Professional Ethics 4 semesters full time Philosophy, Culture, 4 Communication semesters full time Applied Philosophical 4 Investigations semesters full time Sociology and Social Work Advanced Sociological 4 Research semesters full time 36

R R H R R

R

R R R H

R


9.2

Sociology

Communication, Society and Mass Media

9.3

Sociology

Applied Anthropology

9.4

Sociology

Sociology Applied in Local Development

9.5

Sociology

9.6

Sociology

Sociology Applied in the Management of Public Institutions and NGOs Social Communication and PR

9.7

Sociology

Analysis and Administration of Public Information

9.8

Social Work

Social Services and Policies

9.9

Social Work

Social Work Based on Evidence

9.10

Social Work

Social Gerontology

9.11

Social Work

Social Work for Mental Health

9.12

Social Work

European Master on Children’s Rights

9.13

Social Work

Social Work and Social Economy

37

4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 2 semesters full time 2 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time

R R H H R R R R R H R R

New


9.14

Social Work

9.15

Social Work

9.16

Social Work

9.17

Social Work

9.18

Social Work

10 10.1

Psychology

10.2

Psychology

10.3

Psychology

10.4

Psychology

10.5

Psychology

10.6

Psychology

10.7

Psychology

Social Work in the Judicial Area. Mediation and Probation Management of Social Work

4 R semesters full time 4 R semesters full time Mental Sanitation 2 H semesters full time Children and Family Welfare. 2 R Social Policies and Services semesters full time Children and Childhood in the 2 R Changing Societies: semesters Multidisciplinary Approach full time Psychology and Education Sciences Human Resources Psychology 4 R and Organizational Health semesters full time School Guidance: Mental 4 R Development and Health semesters full time Health Psychology 4 R semesters full time Clinical Psychology, 4 R Psychological Guidance and semesters Psychotherapy full time Psychological Techniques for 4 R Controlling Behaviour and semesters Development of Human full time Potential Genetic Guidance 4 R semesters full time Psychological Guidance and 4 H 38

New


Intervention 10.8

Education Sciences

Language Therapy and Educational Audiology

10.9

Education Sciences

10.10

Education Sciences

Management, Guidance and Psycho-Pedagogical Assistance in Inclusive Institutions School Guidance and PsychoPedagogical Assistance

10.11

Education Sciences

School Guidance and PsychoPedagogical Assistance

10.12

Education Sciences

School Guidance and PsychoPedagogical Assistance – the Bistrita extension

10.13

Education Sciences

School Guidance and PsychoPedagogical Assistance - the Târgu Mureş extension

10.14

Education Sciences

School Guidance and PsychoPedagogical Assistance - the Sighetu Marmatiei extension

10.15

Education Sciences

Guidance and Intervention in Inclusive Education

10.16

Education Sciences

Civic Education

10.17

Education Sciences

Curricular Management

39

semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time

R R R R

R

R

R

H R R


10.18

Education Sciences

10.19

Education Sciences

10.20

11 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5

11.6 11.7

Curricular Management

4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters full time

R

Communication Strategies and H Efficient Learning in Primary Education – the Odorheiu Secuiesc extension Education Sciences Didactics of German Language 4 G and Literature, the German semesters Culture and Civilization of full time Central and South-Eastern Europe Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences Administrative Public Administration 4 E Sciences semesters full time Administrative Administrative Sciences 2 R Sciences semesters full time Administrative Management of Crises and 4 E Sciences Conflicts semesters full time Administrative Public Administration 4 R Sciences semesters full time Administrative Public Administration 4 R Sciences semesters distance learning Political Sciences Management of Political 4 R Organizations semesters full time Political Sciences Research Optimization and 4 E Data Analysis in Social semesters Sciences full time 40

New


11.8

Political Sciences

Political Marketing and Communication

11.9

Political Sciences

International Development

11.10

Political Sciences

Political Communication

11.11

Communication Sciences

Media Production

11.12

Communication Sciences

Publicity

11.13

Communication Sciences

Public Relations

11.14

Communication Sciences

Public Relations

11.15

Communication Sciences

Socio-cultural Communication

11.16

Communication Sciences

Publicity and Public Relations

11.17

Communication Sciences

Media Communication

11.18

Communication Sciences

Publicity

41

4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters distance learning

R, H E

New

R R R

July admission

R

July admission

R

New July admission

H G, E

July admission

E R

July admission


11.19

Communication Sciences

Media Management

11.20

Communication Sciences

Sports Journalism

11.21

Communication Sciences

Advanced Communication Techniques

12 12.1

Language and Literature

Letters Romanian Literary Studies

12.2

Language and Literature

History of Images - History of Ideas

12.3

Language and Literature

Romanian Language in Romanic Context

12.4

Language and Literature

Studies of Hungarian Linguistics and Literature

12.5

Language and Literature

Current Directions in Linguistics

12.6

Language and Literature

British Cultural Studies

12.7

Language and Literature

Literature and CivilizationIntercultural Dialogue in the French-speaking Area 42

4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters full time

R

R

H

4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time

R

4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time

H

4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time

R R

E, F

E F

New


12.8

Language and Literature

Linguistics and Didactics. Analysis of Didactic Communication in Modern Languages

12.9

Language and Literature

Irish Studies

12.10

Cultural Studies

12.11

Language and Literature

12.12

Applied Modern Languages

12.13

Applied Modern Languages

13 13.1 13.2

International Relations and European Studies International Relations and European Studies

13.3

Educational Sciences

13.4

Management

13.5

Management

4 semesters full time

R

4 semesters full time Culture and Society - Tradition 4 and Modernity semesters full time Germanic in European Context 4 semesters full time European Master of 4 Conference Interpretation semesters full time European Master of 4 Translation - Terminology semesters full time European Studies European Business and 4 Programme Management semesters full time European Business and 4 Programme Management semesters distance learning Educational Management 4 semesters full time Performance Management 4 semesters full time Performance Management 4 the BistriĹŁa extension semesters full time

E

43

H G R, E, F, G, I, S R, E, F, G, I, S R R

R R R


13.6

International Relations and European Studies International Relations and European Studies

Media Society

13.8

Cultural Studies

Jewish Studies

13.9

Economics

European Strategy of Sustainable Development

13.10

International Relations and European Studies International Relations and European Studies International Relations and European Studies Administrative Sciences

Comparative European Political Studies

13.7

13.11 13.12 13.13 13.14 14 14.1

14.2

International Relations and European Studies Business Administration Business Administration

Media Society

Comparative European Political Studies: Germany and Eastern Europe Transatlantic Studies European Administration and Governance European Multicultural Studies Business Business Administration

Hotel Management

44

4 semesters full time 4 semesters distance learning 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time

R R

R R F G E R R

4 semesters full time

R

4 semesters full time

R

New


14.3

Business Administration

14.4

Business Administration

15 15.1

Physical Education and Sports

15.2

Physical Education and Sports

15.3

Physical Education and Sports

15.4

Physical Education and Sports

15.5

Physical Education and Sports

16 16.1

Theology

16.2

Theology

16.3

Theology

Business Administration

4 semesters distance learning Hotel Management 4 semesters distance learning Physical Education and Sports Physical Education, Fitness 4 and Leisure in Tourism semesters full time Physical Education, Fitness 4 and Leisure in Tourism semesters distance learning Sports Training and 4 Performance semesters full time Kineto-Therapy in the 4 Affections of the Locomotory semesters full time Management of Organizations 4 and Sport Activities semesters full time Orthodox Theology Romanian Orthodoxy and 4 Liturgical Life semesters full time Christian Orthodox 4 Hermeneutics and Doctrine semesters full time Pastoral and Spiritual 4 Guidance semesters full time

45

R

R

R R

R R R

R R R


16.4

Theology

17 17.1

Theology

17.2

Theology

17.3

Theology

17.4

Theology

17.5

Theology

18 18.1

Theology

18.2

Theology

19 19.1

Theology

19.2

Theology

20

Ars Sacra (Sacred Art) 4 Conservation, Restoration and semesters Creation of Cultural Goods full time Greek-Catholic Theology Christian Archaeology 4 semesters full time Biblical Theology 4 semesters full time Pastoral Theology in Ecclesial 4 Communities - the Blaj semesters extension full time

R

Christian Foundations of the European Identity - the Oradea extension Socio-spiritual Guidance of the Vulnerable Populations

R

4 semesters full time 4 semesters full time Protestant Theology Applied Theology 4 semesters full time Theology - Music - Education 4 semesters full time Roman-Catholic Theology Theology, Culture and Society 4 semesters full time Pastoral Guidance 4 semesters full time Environmental Science

46

R R R

R

H H

H H

In collaboration with the Catholic Institute of Paris In collaboration with the University of Lugano (Switzerland)

New


20.1

Environmental Science

20.2

Environmental Science

20.3

Environmental Science

20.4

Environmental Science

20.5

Environmental Science

20.6

Environmental Science

21 21.1

21.2

Dramatic Arts

Dramatic Arts

Environmental Quality and Energy Sources

4 semesters full time Environmental Quality and 4 Energy Sources semesters distance learning Risk Assessment and 4 Environmental Safety semesters full time Risk Assessment and 4 Environmental Safety semesters distance learning Environmental Management 4 and Protection semesters full time Environmental Management 4 and Protection semesters distance learning Theatre and Television Theatre, Film and Multimedia

Acting and Directing

47

4 semesters full time

4 semesters full time

R R

R R

R R

R In collaboration with: Staffordshire University (Great Britain), Yeditepe University (Turkey), ITINGroup Escia (France), Tallinn University (Estonia), Sรถdertรถrn University (Sweden) R, H


D. DOCTORAL SCHOOLS 

The Doctoral School at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

The Doctoral School at the Faculty of Physics

The Chemistry Doctoral School at the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

The Chemical Engineering Doctoral School at the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

The Integrative Biology Doctoral School at the Faculty of Biology and Geology

The Theoretical and Applied Geology Doctoral School at the Faculty of Biology and Geology

The Physical Geography and Environment Doctoral School at the Faculty of Geography

The Human and Regional Geography Doctoral School at the Faculty of Geography

The Evolution of Land Systems and Environment Doctoral School at the Faculty of Environmental Science

The History, Civilization and Culture Doctoral School at the Faculty of History and Philosophy

The Communication and Culture Doctoral School at the Faculty of History and Philosophy

The Political Philosophy Doctoral School at the Faculty of History and Philosophy

The Universal Contexts of Romanian Philosophy Doctoral School at the Faculty of History and Philosophy

The International Relations and Security Studies Doctoral School at the Faculty of History and Philosophy

The European Paradigm Doctoral School at the Faculty of European Studies

The Doctoral School at the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work

The Applied Cognitive Psychology Doctoral School at the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences

The Psycho-diagnosis and Scientifically Validated Psychological Interventions Doctoral School at the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences

The Education, Development, Cognition Doctoral School at the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences 48


The Journalism and Communication Sciences Doctoral School at the Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences

The Literary Studies Doctoral School at the Faculty of Letters

The Linguistic Studies Doctoral School at the Faculty of Letters

The Hungarian Studies Doctoral School at the Faculty of Letters

The Theatre Doctoral School at the Faculty of Theatre and Television

The Doctoral School of the Faculty of Law

The Economic Sciences and Business Administration Doctoral School at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

The Doctoral School at the Faculty of Orthodox Theology

The Ecumenical Doctoral School at the Faculties of Protestant Theology and Roman-Catholic Theology

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The disciplines offered by the doctoral schools at Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai 2010-2011 Academic Year Semester

Faculty/Doctoral School/Discipline

Number of hours Course Seminar

Coordinator

Number of credits

Observation

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science I

Mathematics Scientific Research Methodology Computer Science Scientific Research Methodology Component-based Programming Formal Methods in Programming Internet Databases

2

1

Prof. Teodor Bulboacă, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Grigor Moldovan, PhD

15

2 2

2 2

Prof. Bazil Pârv, PhD Prof. Militon Frenţiu, PhD

15 15

2

2

Prof. Leon Ţâmbulea, PhD

15

2

2

Prof. Florian Boian, PhD

15

2 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2

Prof. Dumitru Dumitrescu, PhD Prof. Horia F. Pop, PhD Prof. Wolfgang Breckner, PhD Prof. Ştefan Cobzaş, PhD Prof. Marian Mureşan, PhD

15 15 15 15 15

2

2

Prof. Grigore Sălăgean, PhD

15

2 2 2

2 2 2

Prof. Gábor Kassay, PhD Prof. Octavian Agratini, PhD Prof. Petru Blaga, PhD

15 15 15

2

2

Prof. Radu Precup, PhD

15

Applied Non-linear Analysis

2

2

Prof. Adrian Petruşel, PhD

15

Finite Elements and Border Elements Topological Methods for Equations with Non-linear Partial Derivatives Themes of Applied Mathematics Algorithmic Geometry

2

2

Prof. Damian Trif, PhD

15

2

2

Prof. Radu Precup, PhD

15

2 2

2 2

Prof. Damian Trif, PhD Prof. Csaba Varga, PhD

15 15

Java Platforms and Technologies for Distributed Applications Evolutionary Algorithms Advanced Methods of Data Analysis Special Chapters of Functional Analysis Applied Functional Analysis Optimal Control Univalent Functions and Differential Subordination Games Theory Linear Processes of Approximation Statistical Computational Models Sobolev Spaces and Equations with Partial Derivatives

50

Complementary courses

Specialization courses


II

Geometry Themes I Commuting Rings and Number Theory Codes Theory Web Services and Middleware Technologies

2 2 2

2 2 2

Prof. Csaba Varga, PhD Prof. Andrei Mărcuş, PhD Prof. Andrei Mărcuş, PhD

15 15 15

2

2

Prof. Florian Boian, PhD

15

Software Systems Architecture

2

2

Prof. Bazil Pârv, PhD

15

Simulation Language

2

2

Prof. Horia F. Pop, PhD

15

Software Metrics

2

2

Prof. Militon Frenţiu, PhD

15

Data Servers

2

2

Prof. Leon Ţâmbulea, PhD

15

2

2

Prof. Dumitru Dumitrescu, PhD

15

2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2

Prof. Dorel Duca, PhD Prof. Gabriela Kohr, PhD Prof. Liana Lupşa, PhD Prof. Gabriela Kohr, PhD

15 15 15 15

Univalent Functions

2

2

Prof. Teodor Bulboacă, PhD

15

Themes of Mathematical Analysis Mathematical Statistics with Application Themes of Numerical and Statistical Calculation

2 2

2 2

Prof. Ştefan Cobzaş, PhD Prof. Petru Blaga, PhD

15 15

2

2

Prof. Octavian Agratini, PhD

15

Modelling Economic Processes

2

2

Prof. Adrian Petruşel, PhD

15

Analysis by Variety

2

2

Prof. Dorin Andrica, PhD

15

Geometric Constructions

2

2

Prof. Csaba Varga, PhD

15

Geometry Themes II

2

2

Prof. Dorin Andrica, PhD

15

Special Chapters of Fluid Mechanics

2

2

Prof. Mirela Kohr, PhD

15

Evolutionary Computing to Solve Complex Problems Convex Analysis Special Chapters of Complex Analysis Numerical Methods in Optimization Complex Functions of Several Variables

51

Specialization courses


Faculty of Physics I

Advanced Methods in the Study of the Condensed State Theoretical Models and Methods in Atomic and Nuclear Physics Theoretical Models and Methods in the Condensed State Physics

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

1

Simulation Methods in Physics

2

1

Advanced Methods in Atomic and Nuclear Physics

2

1

Nanostructures

2

1

Complements of Polymer Physics and Plasma

2

1

Two-dimensional Systems and Interfaces

II

Physical Methods in Biomolecular Systems General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers

Prof. Simion Simon, PhD Prof. Romulus Tetean, PhD Prof. Onuc Cozar, PhD Prof. Ladislau Nagy, PhD Prof. Ioan Grosu, PhD Prof. Vasile Chiş, PhD Prof. Aurel Pop, PhD Prof. Marin Coldea, PhD Prof. Grigore Damian, PhD Prof. Monica Culea, PhD

Specialization courses

20 20 20 20 20

Complementary course

Prof. Emil Burzo, PhD Prof. Mircea Crişan, PhD

20

Prof. Titus Beu, PhD Prof. Zoltán Neda, PhD Prof. Viorica Simon, PhD Prof. Leontin David, PhD Prof. Viorel Pop, PhD Prof. Simion Aştilean, PhD Prof. Sorin Dan Anghel, PhD Prof. Mihai Todică, PhD

Specialization courses

20 20 20 20

Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering THE CHEMISTRY DOCTORAL SCHOOL I

Research Methodology and Ethics Experimental Techniques in Chemistry I  Mass Spectroscopy  NMR and X-ray Diffraction in Organometallic Chemistry  NMR in Organic Chemistry

1

2

Acad. Ionel Haiduc

2

1

Prof. Ioan Oprean, PhD Prof. Cristian Silvestru, PhD Prof. Mircea Dărăbanţu, PhD

52

4

14

4 5 5

Complementary course Specialization courses (3 modules of 14 hours)


II

Experimental Techniques in Chemistry II  Spectroscopy UV – VIS, IR/ RAMAN and RES  Electrochemical Methods  Athomic Force Microscopy Modern synthesis methods  Asimetrical Syntheses

2

 

Stereochemistry 2 Determination of Reaction Mechanisms  Enzymes Biotransformation in Organic Synthesis Structure and Properties of Chemical Systems  Molecular Dynamics and Structure 2  Supramolecular Electrochemistry  Structure Correlations – Properties (QSPR)  Modelling of Chemical Systems Specialization Optional Course (from the 1 sfecific offer of the doctoral advisors) THE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DOCTORAL SCHOOL I Research Methodology and Ethics 1 Modelling Chemical Systems

II

Engineering of Waste Water Synthesis and Depollution Electrochemical Processes Enzymes Biotransformation in Organic Synthesis Predictive Calculations of Thermodynamic Properties Internet Databases Optional Specialization Course (at the recommendation of the doctoral advisor)

1

1

1

Prof. Traian Iliescu, PhD şi Prof. Onuc Cozar, PhD Prof. Liana Mureşan, PhD Prof. Maria Tomoaia-Cotişel, PhD Prof.. Luminiţa SilaghiDumitrescu, PhD Prof. Ion Grosu, PhD Prof. Ioan Bâldea, PhD

4 12

4 4 5

Specialization courses (4 modules of 14 hours)

5 5

20

Prof. Florin Irimie, PhD

5

Prof. Ioan SilaghiDumitrescu, PhD Prof. Ionel Cătălin-Popescu, PhD Prof. Mircea Diudea, PhD

5 20

5 5

Prof. Şerban Agachi, PhD

5

1

Doctoral advisor

6

Specialization course (1 module of 28 hours)

2

Acad. Ionel Haiduc

8

Complementary course

2

1

Prof. Eng. Şerban Agachi, PhD

10

Specialization courses

2

1

Prof. Eng. Petru Ilea, PhD

10

2

1

Prof. Eng. Florin Irimie, PhD

14

2

1

Prof. Eng. Ioan Bâtiu, PhD

14

1

2

Prof. Leon Ţâmbulea, PhD

15

1

1

Doctoral advisor

12

53

Specialization courses


Faculty of Biology and Geology THE INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY DOCTORAL SCHOOL I

II

Genetic of Evolution

2

2

Prof. Nicolae Coman, PhD

15

Electronic Microscopy

2

2

Prof. Constantin Crăciun, PhD

15

Priority and Romanian Specific Habitats

2

2

Prof. Vasile Cristea, PhD Prof. László Rákosy, PhD

15

General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers

15

Specialization courses

Complementary course Specialization courses

Structural and Functional Genomics

2

2

Prof. Octavian Popescu, PhD

15

Biochemical and Biophysics Modern Methods

2

2

Prof. Corneliu Tarba, PhD

15

Classical and Modern Taxonomy

2

2

Prof. Vasile Cristea, PhD Prof. László Rákosy, PhD

15

Prof. Sorin Filipescu, PhD Prof. Ioan Bucur, PhD Prof. Vlad Codrea, PhD

15 15 15

THE THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GEOLOGY DOCTORAL SCHOOL I

II

Geocronology New Tendencies in Geological Sciences Geological Sites General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers Processes and Phenomena of Impact in the Geological-Mineralogical Research Quaternary Sediments - Processes and Minerals

2 2 2

2 2 2

2

2

2

2

Prof. Corina Ionescu, PhD

15

2

2

Prof. Bogdan Onac, PhD

15

15

54

Specialization courses

Complementary course Specialization courses


Faculty of Geography THE PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENT DOCTORAL SCHOOL I

II

General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers Natural Hazards and their Management in Romania Currents, Schools and Tendencies in Geographical Research Statistical-Mathematical Methods in Geography Morphodynamics of Romanian Territory

2

1

Prof. Ioan Aurel Irimuş, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Virgil Surdeanu, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Dănuţ Petrea, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Ioan Aurel Irimuş, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Ionel Haidu, PhD

15

Prof. József Benedek, PhD

15

Prof. Vasile Surd, PhD

15

Prof. Pompei Cocean, PhD

15

Prof. József Benedek, PhD

15

Prof. Nicolae Ciangă, PhD

15

THE HUMAN AND REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY DOCTORAL SCHOOL I General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific 2 1 Papers Specific Forms of Organization and Planning of Territory and Human 2 1 Settlements Regional Development: Concepts and 2 1 Models II Theories for Localizing Economic 2 1 Activities Resources and Development

2

1

Complementary course Specialization courses

Specialization courses

Complementary course Specialization courses

Specialization courses

Faculty of Environmental Science THE EVOLUTION OF LAND SYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENT DOCTORAL SCHOOL I Paleoclimatology of the Life Environment 2 1 Prof. Vlad Codrea, PhD Valuation of Mineral Resources and the 2 1 Prof. Şerban Vlad, PhD Impact on the Environment

55

15 15

Specialization courses


II

General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers

2

1

15

Radioecology

2

1

Prof. Constantin Cosma, PhD

15

Terrestrial Magnetism and the Life Environment

2

1

Prof. Dumitru Ristoiu, PhD

15

Complementary course Specialization courses

Faculty of History and Philosophy THE HISTORY, CIVILIZATION AND CULTURE DOCTORAL SCHOOL I

II

Research Methodology

2

1

Prof. Nicolae Gudea, PhD

12

2

1

Prof. Doru Radosav, PhD

12

2

1

Prof. Ioan Piso, PhD

12

2

1

Prof. Avram Andea, PhD

12

2

1

Prof. Toader Nicoară, PhD

12

2

1

Prof. Vasile Vese, PhD

12

2

1

Prof. Ioan Aurel Pop, PhD

12

2

1

Prof. Gheorghe Cipăianu, PhD

12

2

1

Prof. Nicolae Sabău, PhD

12

2

1

Prof. Mihai Bărbulescu, PhD

12

2

1

Prof. Nicolae Bocşan, PhD

12

Representations of Central Europe

2

1

Prof. Sorin Mitu, PhD

12

Economic and Social History of Central and Eastern Europe

2

1

Prof. István Csucsuja, PhD

12

The Contemporary Condition of Historical Writing Roman Imperial Administration in Epigraphy Institutional Premodern Transylvanian Structures Introduction to the Study of Cultural History. Methodological Issues Romania in the International Relations System in the 19th-20th Centuries Medieval and Premodern Transylvanian Institutions Research Methodology of Modern and Contemporary History Influences and Contingencies of European Art in the Transylvanian Fine Arts Contemporary Museology and the Protection of Archaeological Heritage Church and Society (the 18th century - beginning of the 20th century)

56

Complementary courses

Specialization courses

Complementary course Specialization courses


Contemporary International Relations

2

1

Prof. Vasile Puşcaş, PhD

12

Training and Mobility of the Elite in the 18th-20th Centuries

2

1

Prof. Cornel Sigmirean, PhD

12

15

THE COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE DOCTORAL SCHOOL I

II

General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers

2

1

Prof. Aurel Codoban, PhD Prof. Carol Veress, PhD

Body and Communication

2

1

Prof. Aurel Codoban, PhD

Values Disclaimer

2

1

Prof. Tudor Cătineanu, PhD

Art, Culture, Public Space

2

1

Prof. Aurel Codoban, PhD Associate Prof. Dan Raţiu, PhD

1

Prof. Carol Veress, PhD

1

Prof. Liviu Zăpârţan, PhD

15

1

Prof. Rodica-Marta Vartic, PhD

15

1

Prof. Roberto Reali, PhD (Univ. Sapienza Roma)

10

Historicity and Tradition in the 2 Contemporary Culture THE POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY DOCTORAL SCHOOL I Political Doctrines in the 20th Century 2 Political Dimensions in the Romanian 2 Interwar Philosophy II General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific 2 Papers

Complementary course 15 15 15

Specialization courses Complementary course

2

1

Prof. Vasile Muscă, PhD

15

Philosophy of European Unification

2

1

Prof. Andrei Marga, PhD

15

57

Specialization courses

15

History of Political Ideas (Modern Times)

THE UNIVERSAL CONTEXTS OF ROMANIAN PHILOSOPHY DOCTORAL SCHOOL I From the Generation of ‘27 to the Literary 2 2 Prof. Rodica-Marta Vartic, PhD Circle of Sibiu The Literary Circle of Sibiu and the 2 2 Prof. Ion Vartic, PhD Underground Intellectual II General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific 2 1 Prof. Rodica-Marta Vartic, PhD Papers Junimea and the Junimea Trend, 2 2 Prof. Vasile Muscă, PhD Maiorescu and Maiorescu’s Followers.

Specialization courses

15

Specialization courses

Specialization courses

15 15 15

Complementary course Specialization courses


History and the Philosophy of History in 2 2 Prof. Ovidiu Pecican, PhD Romania, 1859 – 2008 THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND SECURITY STUDIES DOCTORAL SCHOOL I General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific 2 1 Prof. Adrian Ivan, PhD Papers Governance in the European Union 2 1 Prof. Adrian Ivan, PhD Romania in the International Relations 2 1 Prof. Vasile Vese, PhD System in the 19th-20th Centuries Ecological Security 2 1 Prof. Eugen Gurzău, PhD II Contemporary Intenational Relations 2 1 Prof. Vasile Puşcaş, PhD The Philosophy of Habermas 2 2 Prof. Andrei Marga, PhD The State in Central and Eastern Europe 2 2 Prof. Michael Shafir, PhD after 1945 2 Prof. Gheorghe Ciobanu, PhD Integration and Economic Globalization 1 Prof. Mihaela Luţaş, PhD

15 Complementary course 10 15

Specialization courses

12 15 15 15

Specialization courses

15 15

Faculty of European Studies THE EUROPEAN PARADIGM DOCTORAL SCHOOL I

II

Specialization courses The Cultural Turn

2

2

Prof. Andrei Marga, PhD

15

The Institutional Dimension of Modern Europe

2

2

Prof. Ladislau Gyémánt, PhD Prof. Nicolae Păun, PhD

15

2

-

Prof. Michael Shafir, PhD

15

2

2

Prof. Ioan Cuceu, PhD

15

2

2

Prof. Michael Shafir, PhD

15

2

2

-

15

2

-

Prof. Enikö Magyari-Vincze, PhD

15

Ideology and Society in Central and Eastern Europe after 1945 Scientific Humanities Schools at the University of Cluj Denying the Holocaust: Comparative Aspects General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers Identities and Intersectionality

Complementary course

58

Specialization courses


The State in Central and Eastern Europe after 1945

2

-

Prof. Michael Shafir, PhD

15

The Philosophy of Habermas

2

2

Prof. Andrei Marga, PhD

15

Shaping the New Europe

2

2

Prof. Ladislau Gyémánt, PhD Prof. Nicolae Păun, PhD

15

Holocaust Competitive Martyrology – Gulag in the Former Communist States: Causes and Consequences

2

2

Prof. Michael Shafir, PhD

15

Faculty of Sociology and Social Work I

II

Advanced Qualitative Methods

1

2

Prof. Petru Iluţ, PhD

15

1

2

Prof. Livia Popescu, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Petru Iluţ, PhD

15

Advanced Quantitative Methods

1

2

Prof. Traian Rotariu, PhD

15

Comparative Research Methods

1

2

Prof. Maria RothSzamosközi, PhD

15

Prof. Mircea Miclea, PhD

15

Theoretical Perspectives in the Analysis of Social Problems General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers

Specialization courses

Complementary course Specialization courses

Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences THE APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY DOCTORAL SCHOOL I Emotions and Cognition 2 1 Emotions and Stress in Organizations

II

Advanced Techniques of Qualitative Research General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers

2

1

Prof. Horia Pitariu, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Adriana Băban, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Petru Iluţ, PhD

15

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Complementary course


Specialization courses Advanced Statistics

2

1

Prof. Horia Pitariu, PhD

15

THE PSYCHO-DIAGNOSIS AND SCIENTIFICALLY VALIDATED PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS DOCTORAL SCHOOL I General Research Methods and the Complementary course Methodology of Elaborating Scientific 2 1 Prof. Daniel David, PhD 10 Papers (Paradigms of Scientific Research and APA Publication Standards) Psycho-diagnosis and Scientifically 10 Specialization courses 2 1 Prof. Daniel David, PhD Validated Psycho-therapy Activating the Intellectual Potential 2 1 Prof. Ştefan Szamoskőzi, PhD 10 II Personality Disorders: Modern 10 Specialization courses 2 1 Prof. Mihaela Minulescu, PhD Approaches Prof. Doina Cosman, PhD Clinical and Experimental Psychiatry 2 10 Associate Prof. Mircea Birţ, PhD Prof. Irina Holdevici, PhD Advanced Clinical Strategies 2 10 Conf. Viorel Lupu, PhD THE EDUCATION, DEVELOPMENT, COGNITION DOCTORAL SCHOOL I II

Modern Tendencies in Developmental Psychology Developments in Contemporary Pedagogy General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers Activating the Intellectual Potential of Students Modern Didacticism

2

1

Prof. Vasile Preda, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Vasile Chiş, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Petru Iluţ, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Ştefan Szamosközi, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Miron Ionescu, PhD

15

Specialization courses Complementary course

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Specialization courses


Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences THE JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATION SCIENCES DOCTORAL SCHOOL I

Anthropology of Communication Publishing and Communication Current Perspectives in the Field of Culturology Tendencies in the Fields of Communication and PR

II

General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers Local and Regional Journalism Interwar Ideological Paradigms Seminar in the Field of the Doctoral Dissertation

2 2

1 1

Prof. Péter Cseke, PhD Prof. Aurel Sassu, PhD

15 15

2

1

Prof. Mircea Muthu, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Péter Cseke, PhD Associate Prof. Delia Balaban, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Ilie Rad, PhD

15

2 2

1 1

Prof. Mircea Popa, PhD Prof. Ion Pop , PhD

15 15

2

1

Specialization courses

Complementary course Specialization courses

15

Faculty of Letters THE LITERARY STUDIES DOCTORAL SCHOOL I 2

1

Prof. Rodica Lascu-Pop, PhD (Contemporary literary criticism) Prof. Mircea Muthu, PhD (Culturology)

2

1

Prof. Ioana Both, PhD

2

1

The Hermeneutics of Cultural Images

2

1

Seminar in the Field of the Doctoral Dissertation

2

1

Methodologies of Literary Studies

II

The Historical Dimension in the Current Literary Research General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers

Specialization courses 20 10 10

Prof. Ştefan Borbely, PhD Prof. Corin Braga, PhD

20 10

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Complementary course Specialization courses


THE LINGUISTIC STUDIES DOCTORAL SCHOOL I

II

Contemporary Theoretical Concepts in Linguistics (Generativism, Cognitivism, Text Semiotics)

2

2

Prof. Mircea Borcilă, PhD Prof. PhD. Carmen Vlad

20

Philosophies and Pragmatics of Communication

2

2

Prof. Ştefan Oltean, PhD

10

General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers

Specialization courses

Complementary course 2

1

10 Specialization courses

Philosophy of Language

2

2

Seminar in the Field of Doctoral Dissertation

2

1

THE HUNGARIAN STUDIES DOCTORAL SCHOOL I Anthropology of Communication 2

2

II

Prof. Mihai M. Zdrenghea, PhD

20

10

Prof. Péter Cseke, PhD Prof. Ferenc Pozsony, PhD Prof. Sándor Szilágyi, PhD Prof. Gyöngyi Orbán, PhD Prof. Vilmos Keszeg, PhD Prof. Csilla Gábor, PhD

15

Text Analysis

2

2

General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers

2

1

Prof. János Péntek, PhD

10

The History and Fields of Hungarian Studies

2

2

Prof. Éva Gyímesi, PhD Prof. Emese Egyed, PhD Prof. János Péntek, PhD

20

Specialization courses

15 Complementary course

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Specialization courses


Faculty of Theatre and Television THE THEATRE DOCTORAL SCHOOL I

Theatre Research Methodology Reception Theories in the Theatre Performance Ideology and Censorship in the Theatre of Today Directorial Project: Theatre and Music

II

Semiology and Pragmatics in the Contemporary Performance Romanian Performance and Intercultural Dialogue Contemporary Extreme Theatre

1

2

Prof. Marian Popescu, PhD Associate Prof. Liviu Maliţa, PhD

10

2

1

Prof. Daniela Gologan, PhD

7

2

1

1

2

2

1

2

1

1

2

Prof. Marian Popescu, PhD Prof. Mihai Petre Mănuţiu, PhD Prof. Daniela Gologan, PhD Prof. Marian Popescu, PhD Prof. Mihai Petre Mănuţiu, PhD

Complementary course Specialization courses

7 7 10

Specialization courses

10 10

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration THE ECONOMIC SCIENCES AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT DOCTORAL SCHOOL I

Organization Theory / Strategic Management

2

1

Tax and Banking Strategies / Insurance

2

1

Audit and Management Control

2

1

Doctrines and Economic Policies / International Economics

2

1

Economic-Mathematical Modelling

2

1

Prof. Anca Borza, PhD Prof. Ioan Lazăr, PhD Prof. Constantin Tulai, PhD Prof. Ioan Trenca, PhD Conf. Cristina Ciumaş, PhD Prof. Ioan Popa, PhD Prof. Partenie Dumbravă, PhD Prof. Adriana Tiron-Tudor, PhD Conf. Irimie Popa, PhD Conf. Alexandra Muţiu, PhD Prof. Gheorghe Popescu, PhD Conf. Cătălin Postelnicu, PhD Prof. Anton Mureşan, PhD Prof. Maria Vincze, PhD Conf. Diana Andrada Filip, PhD

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15 15

15

15 15

Specialization courses


II

Econometrics

2

1

Decision Assisting Systems Collaborative Decisions

2

1

Total Quality Management

2

1

Marketing/Marketing Strategies

2

1

Environment Economics

2

1

General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers

2

1

Operational Management

2

1

Financial Convergences

2

1

Accounting Policies and Treatments

2

1

Statistical Methods used in Economics

2

1

Services Marketing / Banking Services Marketing

2

1

Economic Integration and Globalization

2

1

Techniques of Design and Security for Economic Applications

2

1

Prof. Ilie Parpucea, PhD Conf. Cristian Dragoş, PhD Prof. Ştefan Niţchi, PhD Lect. Gheorghe Silaghi, PhD Prof. Liviu Ilieş, PhD Prof. Răzvan Nistor, PhD Prof. Ioan Plăiaş, PhD Prof. Marius D. Pop, PhD Associate Prof. Ciprian Marcel Pop, PhD Prof. Răzvan Nistor, PhD Associate Prof. Mihaela Drăgan, PhD Associate Prof. Marinela Ghereş, PhD Associate Prof. Paul Cocioc, PhD Prof. Ioan Lumperdean, PhD Prof. Maria Vincze, PhD Prof. Rudolf Gräf, PhD Prof. Petru Binţinţan, PhD Prof. Mihai Naghi, PhD Associate Prof. Roxana Stegerean, PhD Prof. Ioan E. Nistor, PhD Prof. Ioan Bătrâncea, PhD Prof. Dumitru Matiş, PhD Prof. Petru-Iacob Pântea, PhD Prof. Atanasiu Pop, PhD Prof. Ilie Parpucea, PhD Associate Prof. Anuţa Buiga, PhD Associate Prof. Dorina Lazăr, PhD Prof. Almos Vorzsak, PhD Prof. Alexandru Cătană, PhD Associate Prof. Alexandru Chiş, PhD Lect. Voicu Cosmin Nistor, PhD Prof. Gheorghe Ciobanu, PhD Prof. Mihaela Luţaş, PhD Prof. Nicolae Ghişoiu, PhD Prof. Nicolae Tomai, PhD 64

15 15 15

15

15

Complementary course 10 Specialization courses 15 15 15 15

15

15 15


Prof. Maria Vincze, PhD Prof. Horváth Gyula, PhD Associate Prof. Dana Bako, PhD Prof. Subrata Ghatak, PhD Prof. Oded Stark, PhD

Rural and Regional Economics

2

1

15

Macroeconomic Models

2

1

2

1

Pr. Prof. Vasile Stanciu, PhD

15

2

1

Pr. Prof. Ioan-Vasile Leb, PhD

15

2

1

Pr. Prof. Alexandru Moraru, PhD

15

2

1

Pr. Prof. Ioan Chirilă, PhD

10

2

1

Pr. Prof. Valer Bel, PhD

10

2

1

Pr. Prof. Stelian Tofană, PhD

10

2

1

Prof. József Marton, PhD

15

Paleography

2

1

Prof. Dezsö Buzogány, PhD

15

Methods for Personality Knowledge General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers Biblical Anthropology

2

1

Prof. Gábor Hézser, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. Dezsö Buzogány, PhD

15

2

1

Prof. János Molnár, PhD

15

15

Faculty of Orthodox Theology I

II

The Byzantine Musical Culture on the Romanian Territory, 18th Century Orthodoxy and the Ecumenical Movement Outstanding Theologists of the Orthodox Romanian Church, the 19th-20th Centuries General Research Methods and the Methodology of Elaborating Scientific Papers Mission of the Church in the Contemporary World (theological premises, coordinates and requirements) Christology and Sacrament in the 4th Gospel. Developments in the Modern Biblical Theology

Specialization courses

Complementary course Specialization courses

Faculty of Protestant Theology Faculty of Roman-Catholic Theology THE ECUMENICAL DOCTORAL SCHOOL I Christian Historical Vision

II

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Complementary course Specialization courses


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ADMISSION PROCEDURES

A. Romanian Government Scholarships for foreign citizens a) Foreign students who want to get a Romanian Government scholarship must directly contact the Romanian Embassy in their respective country. After being accepted by the Romanian Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sports, they should contact the Centre for International Cooperation of UBB in order to get more information about their scholarship and accommodation. For each scholarship holder a Preparatory Year of Romanian Language is also financed by the Romanian State. b) Scholarships awarded on the basis of bilateral agreements or on the basis of unilateral offers on the side of the Romanian State. Beneficiaries receive a monthly grant, the exemption from paying the tuition fees and free accommodation at the University’s campus. More information is available at: http://www.mae.ro/index.php?unde=doc&id=12025&idlnk=&cat=

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B. Interuniversity Agreement Mobility The international students who intend to study at Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai in the framework of an interuniversity agreement, have to submit to the Centre for International Cooperation (68 Avram Iancu St., 400083 Cluj-Napoca, Phone no: +40 264 429 762, fax: +40 264.429.755) the following documents: - mobility nominalization from the home university - copy of the passport/ID

C. Self-Sponsored Non-EU Students Foreign applicants who want to enroll at Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai as self-sponsored students have two choices: 1. To submit their documents to the Department International Students within the Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sports (28-30, Gen. Berthelot Street, 010168 Bucharest, Romania) until August 31, 2010. 2. To submit their documents directly to Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai, Centre for International Cooperation (68 Avram Iancu St., 400083 Cluj-Napoca, Romania). The application deadline at Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai is August 10, 2009.

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According to the University’s Senate decision regarding the fees for the academic year 2008/2009 (July 14th, 2008), the fee for the application file processing for international students is 30 EUR. The fee must be transferred to Banca Comercială Română (10-12 Bariţiu Str., Cluj-Napoca), in the University's IBAN account: RO16RNCB 0106026604700008 EURO SWIFT code: RNCBROBU The applicant will specify on the payment order the object of the transaction: fee for admission file processing. 1. Documents Required for Application: Undergraduate Programmes 1. Certified copy of the following documents translated into Romanian/English/French/German, in case the originals are not written in one of the languages mentioned above: a) High-school graduation diploma/Bachelor's Degree b) Transcript of Records for high-school studies c) Birth certificate d) Marriage certificate (if the applicant's last name changed subsequently to marriage) 2. Medical certificate 3. Passport copy 4. Four passport-size photographs 5. Application form, available at: http://www.ubbcluj.ro/intstudents/admission/files/APPLICATION_FORM.pdf

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Master’s Programmes 1. Certified copy of the following documents translated into Romanian/English/French/German, in case the originals are not written in one of the languages mentioned above: a) High-school graduation diploma b) Bachelor’s degree c) Birth certificate d) Marriage certificate (if the applicant's last name changed subsequently to marriage) e) Transcript of Records for university studies at graduate level 2. Medical certificate 3. Passport copy 4. Four passport-size photographs 5. Application form, available at: http://www.ubbcluj.ro/intstudents/admission/files/APPLICATION_FORM.pdf PhD studies 1. Certified copy of the following documents translated into Romanian/English/French/German, in case the originals are not written in one of the languages mentioned above: a) High-school graduation diploma b) Bachelor’s degree c) Master's degree d) Birth certificate e) Marriage certificate (if the applicant's last name changed subsequently to marriage) 69


f) Transcript of Records for university studies at graduate level 2. Medical certificate 3. Curriculum Vitae 4. List of publications 5. Passport copy 6. Four passport-size photographs 7. Application form, available at: http://www.ubbcluj.ro/intstudents/admission/files/APPLICATION_FORM.pdf 2. Enrollment Conditions Foreign citizens can enroll at Universitatea BabeĹ&#x;-Bolyai based on the letter of acceptance delivered by the Romanian Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation without having to pass an admission exam. If they want to attend courses such as sports, they must prove that they have the necessary skills. Doctoral students need the scientific coordinator's agreement. Foreign citizens who want to enroll at Universitatea BabeĹ&#x;-Bolyai and attend courses taught in Romanian, have to be proficient in Romanian. If not, they have the possibility to enroll for the Romanian Language Preparatory Course. The examination of Romanian/English/French language skills for foreign students that ask for instruction in one of these languages without preparatory year, will take place according to the Methodology approved by the Institute of Romanian Language (www.ilr.ro). Exception from taking the test: students who prove with certificates that they have studied Romanian for at least four years, or citizens from a country whose official language is the same as the required language of instruction.

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3. Tuition Fees: o

220 EUR/month - for the Faculties of: Letters, Law, History and Philosophy, European Studies, Psychology and Education Sciences, Sociology and Social Work, Theology, Business.

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270 EUR/month – for the Faculties of: Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Physics, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Biology and Geology, Geography, Environmental Sciences, Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences, Physical Education and Sports.

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300 EUR/month – for the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration.

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750 EUR/month - for the Faculty of Theatre and Television – Theatre Specialization

o

950 EUR/month – for the Faculty of Theatre and Television – Film Specialization

Note: The above-mentioned fees do not include board and lodging costs.

D. Foreign citizens of Romanian ethnic origin, Romanian citizens with permanent residence abroad They may enroll at Romanian universities without passing an admission exam (except if they have chosen to attend the courses of a sports, arts and architecture institution; in this case, they will have to prove their skills), if: - they hold a scholarship granted by the Romanian Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation (according to the yearly methodologies issued by the Ministry). - they are scholarship holders of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs - they hold a scholarship granted by international foundations or organizations - they pay for their school, board and lodging.

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Note: Foreign citizens of Romanian ethnic origin who enroll as non-EU citizens (paying the fees mentioned above) can benefit from a reduction of 1/3 of the tuition fees, according to the law. In order to get the discount, they must submit a request and supporting documentation (birth certificate/passport copy; notarial affidavit concerning their Romanian ethnic origin) to the Department of International Students within the Romanian Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sports.

D. EU citizens 1. Admission information

Self-sponsored EU citizens follow the same admission procedures as Romanian citizens. Admission for the academic year 2010/2011 at Bachelor’s level will take place in July 2010. A second session will be organized by each faculty in September . The admission exam consists mainly of a file contest. Admission at Master’s level will take place in September 2010, and will consist mainly of a motivation interview. A precondition for application at the faculty is the prior recognition of the study certificates (high-school, BA) by the Romanian National Centre for the Recognition of Study Certificates (www.cnred.edu.ro) The Centre for International Cooperation can assist EU citizens (except Romanian citizens with studies abroad) in getting this recognition, by collecting and sending their files further to the Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sports. The application file must comprise the following documents: For Undergraduate level: 1. High-school Graduation Diploma - certified copy 72


2. High-school Graduation Diploma - certified translation into Romanian/English, in case the originals are not written in one of the languages English/French/Romanian. 3. Copy of the passport (pages 1-4) or other identification document. 4. Application form (downloadable from http://cnred.edu.ro/pdf/formular-cetateni-SEE-CH.pdf ) For Master level: 1. Bachelor Degree Diploma and the Transcript of Records for university studies - certified copy 2. Bachelor Degree Diploma and the Transcript of Records for university studies - certified translation into Romanian/English, in case the originals are not written in one of the languages English/French/Romanian. 3. Copy of the passport (pages 1-4) or other identification document. 4. Application form (downloadable from http://cnred.edu.ro/pdf/formular-cetateni-SEE-CH.pdf ) The Diplomas issued in Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal or Cyprus must bear the Hague Apostille. These documents must be submitted to the: Centre for International Cooperation 68, Avram Iancu Street, 400083 Cluj-Napoca Phone: 0040 264 429 762 Fax: 0040 264 429 755 Email: ctodea@staff.ubbcluj.ro Website: http://www.cci.ubbcluj.ro/

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After the recognition of the foreign degrees is issued by the Romanian Ministry of Education, the candidate follows the same calendar and admission conditions as Romanian citizens (including subscription at the Faculty, documents, and possible exams or file contests). After the admission exam, the candidate can confirm their position by submitting the original study certificates and other required documents at the Faculty. Foreign citizens who wish to study in Romanian without a preparatory year of Romanian language will have to take an examination of their language skills, according to the methodology approved by the Institute of Romanian Language (exception to taking this language test are foreign citizens who prove with certificates that they have studied Romanian language for at least four years, or citizens from a country whose official language is the same with the language of instruction required by the applicant). For Doctoral Studies Admission at Doctoral level takes place in September, in the same period as for Romanian citizens. For further details, please contact the Institute of Doctoral Studies 7-9, UniversitÄƒĹŁii Street, 400091 Cluj-Napoca Phone/Fax: 0040 264 405 362, 0040 264 405 379 E-mail: doctorat@staff.ubbcluj.ro Website: http://doctorat.ubbcluj.ro

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2. Fees

According to the Law no. 316/2006, tuition fees for EU citizens are the same as those established for Romanian citizens: 2000-4500 lei/academic year (500-1125 EUR). More details on http://admitere.ubbcluj.ro/taxe-scolarizare.html

E. Free mover students NOTE: this regulation may subsequently be completed or modified, based on the regulations which are to be transmitted from the Romanian Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation as an answer to the address no. 586/ 15.01.2009 issued by the Rector’ Office (UBB).

1. Defining the category of free mover A free mover student is a student enrolled at a foreign university or a foreign citizen who graduated from secondary-school or the university and who wishes to participate in one or more of the courses offered by Universitatea BabeĹ&#x;-Bolyai, for a period of time equivalent to a semester or an academic year, without the benefit of the rules of the existing bilateral agreements between UBB and the foreign higher education institutions, and without receiving a study diploma. Free mover students are not compelled to attend a complete educational cycle (Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate). 2. Enrolling procedure Deadline for candidate file application

- August 30th: for the first semester or for the entire academic year; - January 30th: for second semester courses; - For citizens who wish to attend one or more courses, without accumulating 30 ECTS: the same deadlines. - The candidate file for application will be submitted at the Centre for International Cooperation of UBB. - Students enrolled for a semester do not need the approval of the Romanian Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation. 75


- Students enrolled for an entire academic year need the approval of the Romanian Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation. - The candidate file must contain the following documents: i. for foreign citizens who wish to attend one or more courses without accumulating 30 ECTS 1. application form 2. translated and certified copy of the last study cycle diploma (into English, French, or German, if it isn’t already issued in one of the above-mentioned languages) 3. copy of the ID document 4. copy of the passport 5. medical certificate ii. for students enrolled at a foreign university, who wish to attend a semester/an academic year at Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai, who do not benefit from the provisions of the existing bilateral agreements between UBB and the foreign higher education institutions. I. Bachelor’s level: - application form (available on the website of the Centre for International Cooperation, UBB) - translated and certified copy of the secondary-school diploma (into English, French, or German, if it isn’t already issued in one of the above-mentioned languages) - transcript of records for the semesters attended within the home university - letter of nomination from the home university - simple copy of the ID card or passport - medical certificate

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II. Master’s level: - application form (available on the website of the Centre for International Cooperation) - translated and certified copy of the secondary-school diploma (into English, French, or German, if it isn’t already issued in one of the above-mentioned languages) - translated and certified copy of the Bachelor’s degree (into English, French, or German, if it isn’t already written in one of the abovementioned languages) - letter of nomination from the home university - simple copy of the ID card or passport - medical certificate - each student will be enrolled at the faculty based on the address signed by the Director of CIC and by the Vice-Rector responsible for international cooperation. - students may attend the courses offered by all faculties within the university, by filling in a learning agreement at each faculty (after the student passes an exam/the exams, each faculty with which the student has signed an agreement will issue a registration certificate). - the student will pay the tuition fees based on the CIC address, after the university has given its acceptance. Only after paying the tuition fees will the student be enrolled at the faculty (EU citizens may pay on installments, as the Romanian citizens; non-EU citizens must pay the tuition entirely, in advance). - the student will fill in a learning agreement at the faculty and will receive a student book. - the study period will be certified by the university based on the study certificate and an attached transcript of records, issued by the faculty. - free mover students can receive accommodation as far as the available rooms of the faculty they’re enrolling at, based on an application submitted personally to the Social Service. 77


3. Tuition fees: a) one-semester mobility - EU citizens, according to the Law no. 316/2006: 50% of the annual tuition fee, the same as that for Romanian citizens (fees have been approved by the Senate on July 14th 2008) - non-EU citizens, according to the Law no. 1/2010: 50% of the annual tuition fee. b) one academic year mobility - EU citizens, according to the Law no. 316/2006: the annual tuition fee is the same as for Romanian citizens (approved by the University Senate on July 14, 2008) - non-EU citizens, according to the Law no. 1/2010: the annual tuition fee. c) for one or more courses: the fee is calculated according to the number of ECTS per course.

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Admission Procedures