The Study Abroad Fair is the occasion for several partner universities to present their exchange programmes and their home cities to the students of the Pole Leonard de Vinci. The opportunity for Oana Pacurar, International Relations Officer, Faculty of Business, from “Babes-Bolyai” University, in Romania, to outline the student life in Cluj-Napoca and the advantages of studying in one of the biggest university centers in Romania, situated in the heart of Transylvania.
With more than 39 000 students, UBB is the biggest university in Romania and one of the nine Romanian universities included in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, where it ranks 801-1000 in the world.
The University Babes-Bolyai has a particularly comprehensive offer with pathways in different career fields, from Mathematics and Computer Science to Dramatic Arts and Television.
UBB supports a multicultural community, providing education along three lines of study (Romanian, Hungarian, German), and offering programmes and courses in English and French.
The Faculty’s of Business programme, strongly rooted in an international business environment
The Faculty of Business offers four master’s programmes entirely taught in English: Business Administration, International Business Administration, Hotel Management and Business Administration in International Hospitality and Tourism. Students have the opportunity to work throughout their internship for international companies that tap into a diverse pool of talent from several universities in town.
All faculty programmes help create an innovative entrepreneurial culture and foster performance in a business environment under the pressure of rapid change.
There are over 40 partner business schools, universities and double degree programmes to choose from while studying at the Faculty of Business in Cluj-Napoca.
A multicultural city, young at heart
Located in north-west Romania, in the central Transylvania, with good connections to Western Europe, Cluj-Napoca has a large student population and a rich offer of coffee shops, pubs, cultural events and cutting-edge electronic festivals.
“The nightlife is great, we have pubs and clubs open every evening, so the students will have to balance the study life with the party life.” (Oana Pacurar)
With an abundant student life, the city offers also a sports node, represented by several international competitions and a Multifunctional Sports Hall, built as a part of a comprehensive concept of infrastructure for training, championships and cultural events, together with Cluj Arena, the soccer and athletics stadium opened in 2011.