last updated: 12-03-2013
International Relations and European Studies program of study – Language of instruction: English is focused on achieving the appropriate skills and competencies for a bachelor degree in International Relations and European Studies, the educational activities, the research and examination being performed in English. The main topics covered in lectures and seminars focus on studying the nature of the connections between countries, the causes of war, peace issues, international cooperation and acknowledgement of international actors, the inception process of the European Union and the crystallization of cultural heritage and European identity. The academic training of students from the field of International Relations and European Studies – Language of instruction: English is complemented by an enhanced training in languages and new communication techniques.
In Oradea, a university center with a tradition of more than two centuries, the program of International Relations and European Studies was established in 2003 and accredited in the spring of 2008, within the Department bearing the same name and has since become one of the most effective, efficient and dynamic program in our University. The national performance of the teaching staff, a relatively young one, has resulted in the grade received for the activity of research– the first place on the national level in the National Exercise of Research Assessment – NERA, the Excellence Award received from the European Institute of Romania and the Grand Trophy of the Education Section won at the Gala of European Values Multipliers in Northern Transylvania.
Having contacts with over 60 European universities, our study program provides the opportunity to obtain Erasmus scholarships – that contribute to the completion of the professional training – or placement – to the improvement of the practical skills in higher education institutions from Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, UK, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain and Hungary. Practical training is supported by the Association of ARISE students, but also by attending specialized training courses taking place in various local institutions and organizations, offering students the opportunity to directly engage and actively integrate in the laboratory environment.
Skills and competences acquired upon completion of this program allow you to build a career in a wide range of areas: administration (local, regional, European or international), business, banking, integration and coordination of European projects, non-governmental, diplomacy, international lobby and so on.
PhD. Lecturer Dana PANTEA (danapantea [at] yahoo.com), PhD. Assistant Professor Mariana BUDA (mariana.buda [at] yahoo.com)