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Our University is a dynamic and traditional institution with deep roots in Central Europe and strong international academic ties. Its origins date back to 1581, which makes it the oldest institution of higher education in Romania. It is also the largest Romanian university (approximately 40.000 students and 1.700 faculty staff ), situated 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. Situated in a geographical area characterized by the presence of diverse ethnic and religious groups, the University benefits from a multicultural and multilingual environment that gives its unique character, and it offers complete studies in Romanian, Hungarian, and German. In addition, the University lays considerable stress on foreign language skills and on educational 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 provides for language centres (Lingua Language Centre and Alpha Language Centre) and 21 cultural centres. Modern Buildings & High-Tech Laboratories The University’s assets comprise modern buildings, equipped with laboratories at high technical standards, libraries, sports and leisure facilities. Each faculty, cultural centre, and research institute has its own library, all being coordinated by the Central Library. We also provide high quality support services, 15 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. Outstanding Educational and Research Facilities Our students benefit from outstanding educational and research opportunities under the guidance of a well established academic staff. Research has continuously and thoroughly been promoted along our University’s existence and therefore, laboratories and research centres of internationally scientific relevance have been created. In this respect, Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai has made significant investments in the research area, in order to increase its performance and international visibility. Vivid & Colourful Student Life Cluj-Napoca is genuinely a university city animated by a vivid and colourful cultural life and 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 (Iulius Mall and Polus Mall) and shopping centres (Central, Sora). Annually, our city hosts international and European film festivals (Transylvania 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.
The Faculty of Food Processing Technology at the The Banat’s “King Michael I of Romania” University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine had been the second high-profile superior school in Romania. More than 45 faculty and staff members work in three departments of our faculty: Food Sciences, Food Technologies and Food Control conducting research and teaching courses. Additionally, there are associate professors - specialists well known in the country and a… [+] broad. The main goal of our faculty is to prepare students to be successful professionals in the field of food industry or as research. To achieve this we offer our students four comprehensive undergraduate programs, with duration of four years, the graduates receiving a bachelor’s degree in the following fields: Food Engineering, Food Control and Expertise, Consumer and Environmental Protection and Extracts and Natural Food Additives. The students receive training in basic science, food science, nutrition and health, food safety, food technology and quality management. Our faculty offers graduate programs leading to a master’s and a Ph.D. degree. The master’s degree programs, with duration of two years, provide an opportunity for students to improve their knowledge and skills in the following fields: Processing Systems Natural Bioactive Principles, Advanced Technology for Processing Agricultural Raw Materials, Safety and Bio-security of Alimentary Products and Food Human Nutrition. Ph.D. degree program offers to graduates a Doctor of Food Processing Engineering degree. Also offered are numerous opportunities for post-doctoral research. After graduation, our students are prepared for careers in food industry and research, educational institutions, and government agencies. Scientific research, development and innovation activities are a main interest of the faculty members. Our main research programs are conducted in the following fields: food engineering and processing; food quality and safety; food chemistry; flavor chemistry. In addition to investigative research, our faculty members apply their skills and expertise to instructional courses, as well as provide mentoring environments for visiting faculty, research associates and students.
FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE TIMIȘOARA Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Timișoara is part of the Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania” from Timișoara. Our faculty history started once, on 1944 December 31, when Royal Decree No. 660 was published in Monitorul Oficial no. 302, setting up the Western University with seven faculties: Law, Letters and Philosophy, Sciences, Human Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy… [+] and Theology. Because of subjective reasons, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine has started its activity only in 1948 in Arad, in a different organizational structure. There it worked until 1957, when also from subjective reasons, goes into liquidation. Agitated and painful changes in orientation of agriculture, which proved to be totally wrong, increased livestock and subsequent livestock and agriculture education. Under these conditions, it was set up that in western Romania a Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is necessary. Thus, by the decision of Council of Ministers No. 428 from 23 May 1962 was founded the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, that entering into service from the academic year 1962/1963 inside the Agronomic Institute from Timișoara and it works till now with a single specialization: Veterinary Medicine. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is a full member of: - EAEVE (European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education), - FVE (European Veterinary Federation), - WVA (World Veterinary Association). Also, FVM Timișoara participates to ETCS (European Transferable Credit System) and it is EAEVE evaluated. Now, the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Medicine (EAEVE), in accordance with their Standards and based on the educational requirements of the EC Directive 2005/36, Article 38, established the status of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Timișoara as APPROVED. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine has now: - 3 auditoriums (amphitheatres) with 345 seats recently upgraded and equipped with wireless Internet, projectors and smart boards; - 46 laboratories, of which 2 are nationally authorized; - 5 veterinary clinics; - one veterinary hospital - hosting opportunities for horses, ruminants and pets; - veterinary pharmacy; - one parasitology test van; - 2 minibuses; - more than 150 networked computers connected to Internet; - a new Research Laboratory Complex, with state-of-the-art equipments - a new facility for horse jumping games. For students, our University offers 1516 places in 5 new renovated hostels. The fee per one place in the hostel is different depending on the type of student (budgeted or tax paying) and on the comfort of the room. Also, students can eat at the University’s canteen (breakfast and lunch) with a minimum amount of 18 Lei (4 Euros)/day. Our University was awarded in the section “Best Campus” at the International Science and Education Competition, Oxford 2014
Veterinary higher education in Iasi dates back to about one century. "At the beginning of the 20th century, within the Faculty of Sciences of Iasi, there functioned a Department of Agriculture similar to the Department of Agricultural Chemistry set up at the Faculty of Sciences from Bucharest. In 1910, the subjects taught in this department were the following: Nutrition of plants and agricultural animals, Wine processing and Dairy. On the 7th of June 1911, a group of teachers,… [+] among whom Haralamb Vasiliu - the chair of the Department of Agricultural Chemistry, P. Bujor, A. Popovici, and I. Simionescu, proposed the founding of a Section of Agricultural Sciences within the Faculty of Sciences. The courses were distributed along two years and in three groups. From the 17th of May 1913 onwards, the section of Agricultural Sciences had its own functioning regulations, but at about the same time, they were on the verge of losing academic staff for animal husbandry, rural economy as well as veterinary medicine. The positions had been cut "because of exceptional and unfavourable circumstances in which the country was found." (The State Archives of Bucharest, Fond. Min. Instr. Dos. 2681/1913, f.189) Although these documents prove that there have been veterinary practices within the university from the very beginning of the 20th century, it took almost six decades for this desideratum to come true. Set up in 1961, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine was equipped with highly modern technology where outstanding personalities of Romanian veterinary higher education pursued their activity. Up until 1974 the faculty functioned as an individual unit within the Agronomic Institute of Iasi, with a 5-year curriculum where the disciplines were structured in 4 Departments. In 1974, the unit merged with the Faculty of Animal Husbandry. From here on, the Veterinary Medicine section continued to develop within the Faculty of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine. In 1986, following re-organization, the faculty is re-founded within the Faculty of Agriculture under the name of Department of Veterinary Medicine. Starting with 1990, the Faculty gains its own name and status as Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, organized on the principles of modern veterinary education, within the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine.