The University of Bucharest is part of the following international networks:
The Association of Universities in European Capitals (UNICA)
To achieve its aims UNICA articulates the views of member universities to European institutions and to national, regional and municipal governments. It provides members with information on European initiatives and programs, and supports them in co-operative projects. It also provides a forum in which universities can reflect on the demands of strategic change in university research, education and administration.
The University of Bucharest is the only university in Romania that is a member in this network. As an European higher education network, UNICA allows to its members, including University of Bucharest, to be in contact with the last dynamics of education aspects. As a member, the University of Bucharest has developed long-term partnerships with European universities through which the diplomas emitted by the University of Bucharest are recognized to European level. Also, UNICA organizes annually the Students’ Conference from universities members in UNICA, occasion which allows our students to establish richful contacts with their homologues.
For further details, visit UNICA website : www.unica-network.eu.
Central Eastern European University Network (CEEUN)
The European University Association (EUA)
The University of Bucharest, as a member of EUA, benefits by the services of this prestigious association: support in educational policies, conferences, workshops, projects, and other services centered on projects as the program of institutional evaluation, but also on an independent service dedicated to PhD education. Over 4.000 university leaders have benefitted by EUA services up to now.
For further details, visit EUA website: www.eua.be.
Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF)
The University of Bucharest is a traditional partner of AUF by promoting and supporting education in French language. Annually there are more than 200 scholarships available to students through AUF mobility programs. AUF disposes of a annual budget more than 40 million euro, funds which come from governments, specially French and Canadian ones, and from university institutions like for example French Community from Belgium, France, Switzerland and Cameroun, but also southern states which support local universities and put at the disposal of AUF personnel and local support. The AUF, whose center is at the University of Montreal, contributes at the consolidation of a unitary space which favors a scientific cooperation, and forms future actors of development, supports research and excellence, and shares expertise.
The University of Bucharest, through this strategic partnership, proved a continuous preoccupation in quality education and research improvement and adaptation to a highly competitive environment which dominates Europe. Integrated to this vision, the constant support granted to AUF, the French Embassy and French Cultural Service have contributed to the development of excellence poles in the University of Bucharest.
For further details, visit AUF website: www.auf.org.
Black Sea Universities Network (BSUN)
For further details, visit BSUN website : www.bsun.org.
Academic Cooperation Association (ACA)
The University of Bucharest, through its membership, has fructified the opportunities offered by ACA by diffusing promotion information of UB through studies and ACA publications.
For further details, visit ACA website: www.aca-secretariat.be.
European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratization (EIUC)
By facilitating a pan-European pooling of expertise, EIUC’s mission is to foster a community of scholars, researchers and professionals, with the problem-solving capacities and creativity to promote democracy and the implementation of human rights worldwide. EIUC advances innovative models for programs and projects that bridge theory and practice and are significant for determining human rights and democratisation policies in Europe, providing assistance to neighbouring countries, and promoting the rule of law, democratic principles and good governance through overseas development cooperation.
EIUC is the only European institution identified in the Regulation (EC) No. 1889/2006 of The European Parliament and of the Council on establishing a financing instrument for the promotion of democracy and human rights worldwide as beneficiary of EU operational funding in the financial perspective 2007-2013.
Supported by the European Union and advised by major intergovernmental, non-governmental, regional and local strategic partners EIUC’s activities include:
1. Providing high level action-oriented and interdisciplinary education for students worldwide;
2. Developing advanced training with a view to meeting operational requirements for senior officials of international organisations, field personnel, and other human rights professionals;
3. Identifying processes and means of transferring academic and institutional expertise into the public sphere, e.g. through the visual arts and mass media;
4. Creating a fertile environment for research and research cooperation and the transformation of results into realistic policies;
5. Representing a network of more than 850 graduates of the European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation now working for governments, major international organisations, and non-governmental organisations in and outside Europe.
The University of Bucharest has fructified the opportunities offered by this membership through the development of a common EMA program studies.
For further details, visit EIUC website: www.eiuc.org.
Eurasian Universities Union (EURAS)
Being the cradle of all known civilizations and having the 2/3 of all the world population, the Eurasian region thus represents a center of excellence in terms of educational developments and cultural flows. By building an international educational platform for regional universities, EURAS serves its members as a bridge to reach the best educational services wordwide. EURAS connects universities and higher education institutions belonging to different geo-political and cultural backgrounds and seeks ways to enhance their dialogue and exchange of best practices.
Activity fields :
1. Common projects integrated to European Union programs, United Nations and national agencies;
2. Students ‘ and teachers’ mobility;
3. Conferences, seminars and thematic meetings;
4. Summer Schools and internships : (http://www.euras-edu.org/index.asp?id=17);
5. Experts register (http://www.euras-edu.org/index.asp?id=14)
6. Double diploma and certificate for EURAS students;
7. EURAS Awards and scholarships (http://www.euras-edu.org/index.asp?id=15);
For further details, visit EURAS website: www.euras-edu.org.
University Network Central European Initiative (CEI)
Instruments and financing funds: http://www.ceinet.org/content/funds-and-instruments
Activities financed by CEI :
1. Cooperation activities : http://www.ceinet.org/content/cooperation-activities
2. Know-How Exchange Programme : http://www.ceinet.org/KEP
3. Climate and Environment Program: http://www.ceinet.org/content/climate-and-environment-projects
4. Post-university Studies: http://www.ceinet.org/content/post-graduate-studies-university-network
5. CERES Scholarship for Research Program : http://www.ceinet.org/content/research-fellowship-programme-ceres
The University of Bucharest, as member, has participated to numerous activities, through realization of commun programs with universities from central and south-eastern region, through students’ mobilities.
For further details, visit CEI website: www.ceinet.org
South-East Europe GRID
The University of Bucharest has participated to this project with an application, earthquakes simulation: http://proiecte.nipne.ro/pn2/acsics/index.php.
For further details, visit GRID website: www.see-grid.eu.
Central European Exchange Program for University Studies (CEEPUS)
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