Study for a UK qualification in Romania

There are a range of study options available for Romanian students if they decide to study in Romania for both full-time and part-time courses developed in partnership with UK educational institutions. Rigorous quality-control systems ensure your learning experience will be of the same high standard experienced by students within the UK.

Transnational Education (TNE) partnership events in Bucharest

British Council Romania is delighted to invite UK Higher Education Institutions to attend the Transnational Education (TNE) Partnership Initiation event organised in collaboration with the University of Bucharest, Romania’s largest institution of higher education by enrolment and number of study programmes.

When Monday 19 to Tuesday  20 November 2018
Where University of Bucharest
Deadline for registration Monday 22 October 2018

University of Bucharest is considered to be the most important educational, research and cultural institution in Romania. In total, there are 19 faculties: Mathematics and Informatics; Physics; Chemistry; Biology; Geography; Geology and Geophysics; Business and Administration; Law; History; Sociology; Psychology and Education Sciences; Political Sciences; Philosophy; Journalism; Letters; Foreign Languages and Literature; Orthodox; Roman-Catholic; and Baptist Theology. There are roughly 32,000 students including 1,000 foreign students. Currently University of Bucharest offers 93 bachelor programmes, 208 master programmes and 21 doctoral programmes. There are 6 bachelor programmes, 10 master programmes offered in foreign languages as well as doctoral studies in as many as 19 domains. It has over 300 ERASMUS agreements with foreign universities with hundreds of students travelling overseas every year and many incoming. Roughly 200 agreements with foreign universities allow conferences, research courses and special lectures to take place at the university each year.

The aims of this event are:

  • Introducing International Relations managers, Departmental Heads, and TNE leaders form UK universities to senior representatives and academics from the University of Bucharest that have the interest and capacity to become trustworthy partners;
  • Creating opportunities for participants to share examples of best practices from their universities in developing TNE collaborations across a wide spectrum of TNE provision (i.e. joint degrees, twinning, distance, articulation, and franchised programmes) with partners in Europe and from across all-over the world;
  • Facilitating further partnership between participants in areas such as research cooperation, Erasmus, and staff exchanges.

The proposed TNE Partnership Initiation Event is aimed at Deputy VCs in charge of International Relations and/or International Partnerships Managers from UK Higher Education Institutions with high profile and/or clear interest in delivering study programmes by the mean of TNE partnership and academics from subject areas identified as priorities by both UK and Romanian participants.

Please read the documents below for details about the registration fee and the draft programme.

How to Register

Please complete the registration form below and send it to email address gabriel.ivan@britishcouncil.ro by 22 October 2018.

University of Bucharest caters for both undergraduate and postgraduate students with degrees offered in social sciences, humanities and natural sciences. Around 40 undergraduate fields of study are available with more than 100 majors as well as 180 postgraduate programmes. There are also 21 doctoral schools. 

To assist organisers in setting up partnership matching activities throughout the agenda of the event, the UK applicants are kindly required to indicate in the below registration form maximum two subject areas which their institutions are interested to explore with potential partners during the Transnational Education (TNE) partnership event.

 

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