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The University of Bucharest is in a dynamic process of transformation in order to assert itself more and more as a flagship university, a European university, efficient and equitable, future-oriented, promoting the values ​​of science, knowledge and open society, a crucible for the scientific and social elites of Romania, a university for future generations and for the future of the country.

As you know, UB is now part of the CIVIS Alliance, along with eight other prestigious European universities. This membership is a huge opportunity and a great responsibility for us both. In this sense, we are firmly committed to doing everything possible to achieve the highest standards in education and research, both as part of the mission undertaken by the University of Bucharest and as a key component of the European university concept. Collaboration within the alliance contributes significantly to strengthening our strengths as individual entities and supports us in creating new platforms and tools that would not have been possible otherwise. Beyond the superior quality of local individuals and teams, the main competitive advantage of CIVIS is diversity,

The strategy of the University of Bucharest aims at consolidating and diversifying study programs, supporting and developing research in all fields, as well as developing the opening dimension of UB. We aim to ensure that our institution is connected to the main higher education centers in the world and to encourage students to access multiple mobility opportunities and exchanges of experience.

At the same time, the University of Bucharest will continue to remain true to its belief that, in an increasingly divided world, in the age of post-truth and false news, critical thinking and knowledge remain the only guarantees for preserving a free open society and a state of Right.

Universitatea din Bucureşti, prin ridicatul standard al demersului academic ce se asigură la nivelul tuturor departamentelor, își propune să fie cea mai importantă instituţie de învăţământ superior din România.

Principalul obiectiv al Universităţii din Bucureşti este de a obţine cea mai înaltă calitate a serviciilor educaţionale şi a activităţii de cercetare, adoptând standarde competitive, de nivel internaţional, şi manifestând o preocupare continuă pentru asigurarea calităţii, colaborare interdisciplinară, leadership şi excelenţa activităţii profesorilor şi angajaţilor.

Universitatea din Bucureşti își modelează procesul educațional după nevoile societății cunoaşterii, în care formarea competenţelor şi abilităţilor joacă un rol esenţial. Înnoirea şi reforma sunt procese constitutive. Pentru a aplica metode eficiente în acest proces, UB face publice obiectivele şi strategiile sale, le dezbate şi le aplică în aşa fel încât membrii comunităţii academice să se simtă încurajaţi să contribuie cu propriile lor idei şi iniţiative.

UB promovează un climat etic de încredere şi de comunicare la toate nivelele, anticipează schimbările şi elaborează planuri proactive.

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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. Romania, a country of southeastern Europe. The national capital is Bucharest. Romania was occupied by Soviet troops in 1944 and became a satellite of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.) in 1948. The country was under communist rule from 1948 until 1989 when the regime of Romanian leader Nicolae Ceaușescu was overthrown. Free elections were held in 1990. In 2004 the country joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and in 2007 it became a member of the European Union (EU).

Romania is one of Eastern Europe’s hidden gems. Famous not only for its gorgeous landscapes and its seven UNESCO world heritage sites, Romania gave the world some of the biggest inventions and pushed the world to where it is today.

From Ana Aslan, the creator of some of the best anti-aging products, and Petrache Poenaru, the inventor of the fountain pen, to some of the greatest engineers in the world, like the father of cybernetics, Stefan Odobleja, and the golden trio of aerodynamics, Henri Coanda, Traian Vuia, and Aurel Vlaicu, Romania basically laid the groundwork for the 21st century.

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