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One of the most important academic centers in Romania, Cluj-Napoca has 11 universities, of which 6 public and 5 private. With over 100.000 students living in the city, there are 219 students/1.000 resident population. The 51 faculties have over 300 majors in various teaching languages: Romanian, English, Hungarian, German and French.

“Babeş-Bolyai” University
With over 50.000 students, “Babeş-Bolyai” University is one of the biggest universities in Romania and in this part of Europe. The 21 faculties offer 111 majors in Romania, Hungarian, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish etc.

University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Iuliu Haţieganu”
An institution with tradition in Romania, the University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Iuliu Haţieganu” has its start in the Middle Ages and has been intensively developed at the end of the XIX-th century and the beginning of the XX-th century. The number of students has grown from 7000 in the year 2000, to 8500 in 2010. Due to a great measure to the rising number of foreign students, the University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Cluj has become an international institution. The students have the possibility of studying in English and French.

Technical University
The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca is the second in size, according to the number of students. Its main activity lies in educating and training engineers and technical staff. The university has 9 faculties in its structure with more than 12.000 students.

The University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine
With more than 140 years of existence, the University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine in Cluj-Napoca is today one of the most prestigious in Europe, both in higher education and in scientific research. In her long existence, the university has established collaborations with universities and research institutes from over 50 countries from Europe, Africa, Asia, North and South America. Over 7.000 students study in the 4 faculties of the university.

University of Art and Design
The main goal of the oldest institution of fine arts in Romania, the University of Art and Design in Cluj-Napoca, is to train specialists in the field of fine and decorative arts and design, who will have a significant impact in the cultural, commercial and industrial field of contemporary society.

“Gheorghe Dima” Music Academy
The “Gheorghe Dima” Music Academy in Cluj-Napoca was founded in 1919 and is currently actively involved in the staging of important cultural events, such as the Cluj “Musical Autumn” Festival and the “Mozart” Festival. Weather annually or once every two years, the Academy also promotes and organizes important national and international music events, among which the “Cluuj Modern” Festival

Sapientia University
The Sapientia Hungarian University in Transilvania was established in 2001 as an independent higher education institution, with the aim of providing tertiary education in Hungarian language. The Faculty of Science and Arts in Cluj-Napoca aims at completing the possibility of studying in Hungarian majors such as photography, film or media.

“Avram Iancu” University
“Avram Iancu” University was founded in 1992 and has various majors that want to include a wide area of science and culture.

“Bogdan Vodă” University
“Bogdan Vodă” University was founded in 1992 as a private higher education institution. In its 19 years of existence, the university has undertaken the modernization of the training process by developing modern curricula, compatible with those of prestigious institutions in the country and abroad, stable in structure and dynamic in content.

“Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University
In its 18 years of existence, the “Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University established 14 faculties with 19 majors in centers such as: Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Timişoara, Constanţa, Sibiu or Braşov.
The mission of the Faculty of Economics in Cluj-Napoca is to provide education and research to a high standard of quality for the training of specialists with higher education is areas such as business administration, finance and banking, accounting, specialists that will be able to work in national and international companies.

Informal School of IT

Launched in 2013 in Cluj, Informal School of IT brings a new standard for learning in Romania. Keeps pace with the dynamic evolution of the IT industry by constantly updated curricula, and provides everyone with potential for performance in this area, access to practical learning programs, under the guidance of trainers with extensive experience in the industry.

Spiru Haret University