The University of Bucharest (UB) is one of the largest institutions for higher education in Romania. Founded in 1864, it is the first Romanian university listed among the 600 world’s top universities.
To cite a few standout numbers, The University of Bucharest offers 97 undergraduate formations, 211 masters programmes, 21 doctoral programmes as well as numerous post-graduate programmes and continuing education classes. Degrees from UB are recognized in all of the European Union and in many countries around the world.
Particularly invested in research, UB has over 50 institutes, departments, an research centers. Their research centers collaborate with colleagues throughout Europe and beyond. UB is part of an extensive international educational community with 300 bilateral collaborative learning agreements in 52 countries. Each year, more than 1,000 UB students study abroad throughout Europe and the world thanks to a variety of university partnerships, including the Erasmus programme.
The University of Bucharest is engaged in the development of higher learning in Romania. In 2000, UB received the Degree of Excellence from the Minister of National Education and was awarded the title of “top university in advanced research and education” in 2011 from the Minister of National Education, Research, Youth, and Sports.
The Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies has committed to the the creation of of the CODES programme. The faculty’s dean, Mihai Coman is the national leader in the project. Certain areas of specialty in the faculty include courses instructed in: Communication and Sustainable Development, Intercultural Communication, and Social Structures of Communication. These areas of expertise offer valuable insights to the CODES programme.Suivez-nous ! Follow us!