INCOMING STUDENTS

Erasmus at the Faculty of Geography

Dear Erasmus students

Our Faculty of Geography is happy to host Erasmus students from all over the world. As part of our strategy, we encourage international cooperation with similar foreign institutions as regards education and research. Erasmus Program provides an excellent opportunity for studying and exploring Romanian geography and culture. We have Erasmus bilateral agreements with over 40 universities across European Union and Turkey and we continuously work on the optimization of the program.

 

If you want to come to study Geography in our university, please contact our Office of International Relations for all information regarding application, accommodation, insurance or visa. Our main location is in Cluj-Napoca, but other subjects at Bachelor or Master level can be studied also in our academic extensions located in the towns of Sighetu Marmației, Gheorgheni, Bistrița and Zalău.

The academic calendar for 2016-2017 is the following:

Semester 1:   03.10.2016—22.01.2017

Semester 2:   27.02-2017—11.06.2017

Christmas Holiday: 24.12.2016—08.01.2017

Easter Holiday:       17.04.2017—23.04.2017

Inter-semester holiday: 13.02-19.02.2016

Exam session I:      23.01.2017—12.02.2017

Exam session II:     12.06.2017—02.07.2017

 

 COURSE OFFER

 
Our offer includes courses taught in Romanian, Hungarian and German language at Bachelor, Master and Doctorate level (tutorial courses may also be organized in English or French) at the following specializations:

 Bachelor level:

Geography

Tourism Geography

Territorial Planning

Cartography

Meteorology-Hydrology

 Master level:

Tourism Planning and Development

Planning and Regional Development

Geomatics

Resources and Risks in Hydro-Atmospheric Environment

Tourism and Territorial Development (in Hungarian)

Tourism and Territorial Planning (Sighet)

Ecotourism and Sustainable Development (Gheorgheni)

Sport Tourism and Recreation (Bistrița)

Doctoral level:

Geography

The list of the course and the schedule is subject to change.

For further information, please contact:

voicu@geografie.ubbcluj.ro

tman@geografie.ubbcluj.ro

rrusu@geografie.ubbcluj.ro