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The University of Bucharest
The University of Bucharest is a university with academic integrity and concern for critical thinking, a significant point of reference in society. Through its high standard of the academic endeavor ensured at the level of all departments, the University of Bucharest sets forth to become the most important institution of higher education in Romania. The main objective of the University of Bucharest is offering higher quality educational services and research activities, maintaining competitive standards at an international level, and manifesting a continuous concerning for ensuring quality,contributing to the development of the Romanian Society and its European integration. The University of Bucharest offers numerous study programs, from BA to PhD, as well as lifelong learning programs. At the same time, it constantly collaborates with more than 100 prestigious universities from 40 different countries. All programs are accredited or authorized. The degrees granted by the University of Bucharest are recognized in most countries of the world. The University of Bucharest is a comprehensive university, oriented towards natural sciences, social sciences and humanities. The number of faculties is almost equal on each of these domains. There are naturally differences between faculties. Faculties of sciences (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Geology and Geophysics) generally have fewer students but produce a large number of ISI publications and manage research contracts that bring them an important amount of financial resources. Social sciences faculties (Business and Administration, Law, History, Sociology, Psychology and Education Sciences, Political Sciences) have considerable students’ effectives and contribute to public agenda setting and decision-making. Humanities (Philosophy, Journalism, Letters, Foreign Languages, Orthodox, Roman-Catholic, and Baptist Theology) sought by many students, help to the social and cultural development of the country. The objective of the University management has been to strengthen the unity of the institution, despite divergent interests of scientific domains, to recognize the contribution of each faculty to the University’s success, to encourage the contribution of the students, and of the individual researchers to the improvement of the academic life. It is gladdening to see that the scientific production increased in 2009, with a ratio of 25% compared to 2008. This is the result of a remarkable growth of funding level, of research infrastructure and of the incentive policy for researchers in order to create powerful research centers with a diversified human resource. The highest level of funding in research contracts was reached at 15 M€ in 2008. The entire structure of the curricula has been made compatible with the Bologna framework. This restructuring has involved a considerable effort of readjustment on the part of all of the University’s faculties. The University of Bucharest currently offers thirty-eight graduate fields of study with near to 100 majors in all three forms of education: day courses, extra-mural, and distance learning. The educational offer at the level of masters’ studies is very rich, consisting in 180 study programs. This has allowed a steady growth in demand for masters’ programs, from graduates of other faculties. The system of doctoral schools has been generalized in all faculties, ensuring a much more consistent training of the PhD students. The doctoral students’ scholarships are currently financed by European structural funds within three-year projects. An important strategic objective for 2010 is the creation and the development of post-doctoral infrastructure. The University of Bucharest will develop its own set of policies regarding PhD formation learning from other universities. At the end of this project, the doctoral schools from our university will acquire a specific shape and aspect that is freely chosen, but also clearly defined through institutional regulations. The strategy of the University of Bucharest emphasizes international co-operation as an essential part of the University’s core activities.
Faculties of the University of Bucharest:
The Faculty of Business and Administration
The Faculty of Biology
The Faculty of Chemistry
The Faculty of Law
The Faculty of Philosophy
The Faculty of Physics
The Faculty of Geography
The Faculty of Geology And Geophysics
The Faculty of History
The Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies
The Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures
The Faculty of Letters
The Faculty of Mathematics And Computer Science
The Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
The Faculty of Political Science
The Faculty of Baptist Theology
The Faculty of Orthodox Theology
The Faculty of Catholic Theology And Social Work