You are nominated as an exchange student by your home university. This implies that your home university has an exchange agreement (Erasmus, CEEPUS or another bilateral protocol) at either a central or faculty level, with the University of Bucharest. The first step for any exchange student interested in coming to UB from abroad is always to contact the International Co-ordinators from both universities.
The exchange agreement stipulates that the study period in the signating institutions will be mutually recognised.
The curricula of the University of Bucharest, divided by faculty, is orientative, the list of courses are in the process of changing. You may choose the courses from these lists, available at ECTS Info Packs - UB Curricula, and you may modify it, at the arrival, after the discussion with the ERASMUS Responsible for the faculty involved.
Alina CRISTOVICI, Head of International Relations Office, Erasmus Institutional Coordinator and CEEPUS Responsible
Anca STOICA (responsible for France & Spain),
Beatrice CRĂCIUN (responsible for Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Rep., Denmark, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Turkey, UK),
Raluca AMZA (responsible for Austria, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary)
Address: Blv. Mihail Kogălniceanu, 36-46, 2nd floor, room 301, sector 5, 050107, Bucharest, (the Palace of the Faculty of Law, near the Opera House)
Phone: (4021) 307 73 23; (4021) 307 73 24 ; (4021) 307 73 83
Fax: (4021) 313 46 20
Working hours: from Monday to Thursday, 11:00 to 13:00.
Fridays the office is closed.
"Students' Guide 2013", elaborated by the Romanian National Agency for Community Programme in the Field of Education and Vocationnal Training Romania-is-waiting-4u
Last updated at: August 10, 2015.