Romania is a southeastern European country known for the forested region of Transylvania, ringed by the Carpathian Mountains. Its preserved medieval towns include Sighişoara, and there are many fortified churches and castles, notably clifftop Bran Castle, long associated with the Dracula legend. Bucharest, the country’s capital, is the site of the gigantic, Communist-era Palatul Parlamentului government building. In this article we want to talk about best universities in Romania and Romania university rankings so read the entire article.
Best universities in Romania
1. Alexandru Ioan Cuza University
Prestige, Innovation, Excellence Prestige Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaşi is the oldest higher education institution in Romania. Since 1860, the university has been carrying on a tradition of excellence and innovation in the fields of education and research. With over 26 000 students and 800 academic staff, the university enjoys high prestige at national and international level and cooperates with over 250 universities world-wide. The National Education Act, which came into force in early 2011, imposed university classification and curricula ranking. As the result of the evaluation process of May 2011, the universities in Romania have been classified in three categories: a) universities of advanced research and education; b) universities of scientific education and research, or universities of artistic education and creation; c) universities focused on education. Following the national evaluation process “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi ranked 3rd out of the 12 universities of advanced research and education.
2. Babes-Bolyai University
Babeș-Bolyai University/BBU (Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai/UBB in Romanian) is a public comprehensive university, whose main campus is located in Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania, Romania.With an academic tradition starting in 1581, BBU is today the largest university in the country (with over 44000 students in 2017) and one of the best and most representative Romanian universities. Indeed, at national level, BBU has been awarded the title of university of “advanced research and teaching” (i.e., an intensive-research university) and was ranked the best Romanian university in the national metaranking of the Ministry of Education and Research (2016, 2017 and 2018). At international level, BBU is a constant presence in the international ranking of the universities as one of the best and most representative universities in Romania and Eastern/Central Europe. In 2018, UBB was awarded 4 stars (QS Stars) following the academic audit carried out by QS. Moreover, in December 2018 UBB was also granted the “HR Excellence in Research” award.
3. University of Bucharest
The University in Bucharest is one of the most important universities in Romania and in the South-East of Europe. During its 148 years of existence, the University of Bucharest has gained solid national and international prestige, being the first Romanian academic institution in the top 600 universities in the world. The University of Bucharest covers the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Life Sciences, Natural Sciences. UB offers numerous study programs, for all cycles and forms of organized university training, as well as numerous other higher postgraduate programmes, and programmes for professional re-conversion and enhancement. The international programmes such as ERASMUS, Leonardo da Vinci, Comenius and the, 300 constant partnerships have contributed to constant growing of educational standards and to many FP7 projects and Life Long Learning. All programs are accredited or authorized. The degrees granted by the University of Bucharest are recognized in most countries in the world. Since the 1990s, the University of Bucharest has undergone a complex process of revival, setting up new faculties, reorganizing the higher education field, redefining priorities for the institutional development, both at a national level and at an international one. In 2000, the University of Bucharest comprised 18 faculties…
4. University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest (UPB) is the most important technical university in Romania. Its traditions are connected to the founding of the first higher technical school in 1818 by Gheorghe Lazar. Born in Avrig, Gheorghe Lazar studied in Sibiu, Cluj and Vienna. University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest is the largest and the oldest technical university in the country and among the most prestigious universities in Romania. The tradition of our institution, developed in over 190 years through the effort of the most important nation’s schoolmasters and of the generations of students, is not the only convincing reason. Today, the POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest is undergoing a continuous modernization process, being involved in a permanent dialogue with great universities in Europe and all over the world. The mission of the University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest has been thought over as a blend of education, research and innovation, which represents a key towards a knowledge-based society and economy. Creating knowledge mainly by scientific research, giving it out by education and professional training, disseminating it by information technologies, as well as the use of technological innovation are elements that define the university distinctive profile.
5. Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara / West University of Timisoara
The University was founded by the decree law no. 660 issued on 30 December 1944, which stipulates that a university must be created in western Romania. Its first faculties either were dissolved or became independent institutions. These independent higher education institutions became a sole university at the end of September 1962. By 1968, our institution had become an independent university, with a prestigious academic staff; this was the ideal for which many leading Romanian intellectuals, especially those from the Banat region, had fought. Unfortunately, there followed a difficult period for Humanities and Exact Sciences. Fields of study such as Music, Fine arts, History, Geography, Biology, and Chemistry disappeared one by one; Philology was considerably reduced. As a result, many of the faculties were transferred to other institutions. 1989, the year of the Romanian revolution, was a turning point in the evolution of our university. It led to the present-day conditions. That is why the current structures and achievements make the University a trusted partner. An essential mentality change took place in the perception of the academic institution, in accordance with the democratic institutions in Western Europe. A substantial institutional reform was carried out, beginning with the redefining of the university’s