|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
University of Oradea
Faculty of Law and Jurisprudence
|Rector||Professor Teodor Maghiar|
5 Armatei Romane Street|
3700 - Oradea, Romania
|Tel. No.||+40 59 432 889|
|Fax No.||+40 59 432 789|
|Faculties & Colleges||
|Type of courses||See individual faculties and colleges|
|Length of courses||See individual faculties and colleges|
|Date of commencement||1st of October - the opening of the academic year|
Class size for courses: minimum 60 students|
For seminars and laboratories activities classes are organized in groups and subgroups. A group can contain 25 - 30 students, subgroups contains 12 - 15 students.
Part of the students of our university are accommodated in places having this very destination. These include: 2 own hostels situated in the campus that offer 656 seats, 3 hostels situated in Oradea and Sânmartin (588 seats) and a hotel in Baile Felix Spa (300 seats). Moreover, it is stipulated the construction of 6 own hostels having 800 seats. Equipped according to the actual requirements, they are estimated to satisfy to a large extent the demand for the future students.|
Foreign students who are studying at our university can obtain accommodation and food in the campus facilities upon room availability. Students benefit from discounted transportation and room and board, subject to availability.
Our campus, covering an area of 14300 square m., it is one of the cosiest university campuses in Romania. This aspect is given by the successful combination between the architecture of the buildings and the little dendrological park having species like: "Rododendron skocsky", "Fortitia suspeusa Catalpa", sp "Belula Verucosa", "Cerasus Aoium", "Sophora Japonica", "Salix Babylonica" etc., some of them being rarities.
|Fees||Technical, Economic, Agronomy, Physical Education and Sports, University|
Full-time Higher Education - 320$ monthly
Post-academic Education (Ph.D. with full-time attendance) - 340 $ monthly
Ph.D. Dissertation Examination - 845 $
Medical and Pharmaceutical
Full-time Higher Education - 360$ monthly
Post-academic Education (Ph.D. with full-time attendance) - 380 $ monthly
Ph.D. Dissertation Examination - 995 $
Music and Plastic Arts
Full-time Higher Education - 470 $ monthly
Post-academic Education (Ph.D. with full-time attendance) - 495 $ monthly
Ph.D. Dissertation Examination - 1350 $
Dramatic Arts, Theater and Film
Full-time Higher Education - 760 $ monthly
Post-academic Education (Ph.D. with full-time attendance) - 800 $ monthly
Ph.D. Dissertation Examination - 1550 $
Fees in the above table are for September 2001. Fees are subject to change without notice. Foreign citizens who are financing their own studies must pay for the vacation period (109 $/ monthly + free medical insurance). Foreigners who do not require a visa to stay in Romania and have medical insurance in their country valid for Romania are exempt.
|Admission requirements||Foreign students who wish to study in Romania are invited to send the registration form directly to the education institution or to the Romanian Ministry of Education and Research, Department of International Relations at the address: Str. G-ral Berthelot nr. 28 - 30, Bucuresti 70738, Romania, Phone: 40-1-3131013, fax: 40-1-3126614. Foreign students are accepted to study in Romania based on the approval of the Ministry of Education and Research. The entry visa to Romania (if required) can be obtained at the Romanian Embassy in your country.|
List of documents required for the application to study:
These documents have to be presented in original, accompanied by certified translations into an international language (English, French or German, if the case is such) and validated as authentic by the Romanian Embassy and the Ministry of Education from your country.
Foreign students are enrolled in the program without admission examination, above the set number of Romanian students approved. Generally, foreign students are enrolled in university and post-academic programs after completing the preparatory year of Romanian language study. During this year you also benefit of specific training for your future education. After completion of the preparatory year you will hold a test which confers a Certificate of Graduation of the Preparatory Year. For registration in faculties where teaching is held in a foreign language, you will have to pass a test in that specific language. Persons who are from a country having the official language the language of study and have taken courses previously in the same language, are exempted from the test. Applicants who studied in their country for a period of 4 years in Romanian language, are exempt from the language test and the preparatory year. Also, applicants who speak Romanian and are able to hold the language test without the preparatory year may do so.
Foreign citizens who intend to study architecture, arts or sports must hold an aptitude test specific to their specialization, prior to enrollment.
For Ph.D. programs, applicants must hold a pre-examination to determine their level of knowledge in the field. The exam can be held at the higher education institution chosen by the applicant. Foreign citizens can cover study expenses through Romanian Government scholarships or through their own financing.
At the University of Oradea there operates an International Relationship Department since 1996. The coordinator is Ph.D. Prof. Ioan Horga, Phone No. +40 59 432 830 ext. 183, Fax: +40 59 467 642 or +40 59 432 789, E-mail: email@example.com
|Contact for application||
Cornel ANTAL - Ph.D. Assoc.Prof. Eng.|
Scientific Secretary of the University of Oradea
Webmaster of the University of Oradea
General Presentation In 1780 the Academy of Law, one of the oldest Higher Education Institution in Romania, was founded in Oradea. By a Royal decree issued on the 4th of May 1874 the Academy was transformed into a Faculty of Law, which used to have 4 year degree courses and 8 departments: Roman Law, Criminal Law, Civil Law, Commercial and Cambia Law, Financial Law, Common and Canon (Ecclesiastical) Law. The Academy of Law of Oradea used to have a special impact on Romanian cultural life, since many prominent people studied here and were very active.
Now the Faculty of Law and Jurisprudence has more than 1500 students and more than 500 of them receive government grants. The educational curriculum contains for each year fundamental compulsory subject's optional and facultative subjects. Since the academic year 1997-1998 our faculty has adhered to the European Credit Transfer System which is now the basic for curriculum and it is meant to give the students the opportunity to study in other universities from our country and abroad. The Faculty of Law and Jurisprudence was accredited in 1999. During the courses they insist on the thoroughgoing study of the knowledge about European legislation, in this regard a compulsory object - community Law - has been introduced. This subject is to be emphasized because integration into the European Union requires the achievement of a two - leveled compatibility: firstly, the legislation of the candidate country should be compatible to the legislation of the E.U. members, secondly, the specialists in Romania should have a similar training to the specialists of other countries.
Address: Str. General Magheru nr. 26, 3700 Oradea, Bihor, România
Phone: +40 59 479 980
Fax: +40 59 447 166
· Jurisprudence - Long term university education, 4 years / full-time, 5 years / part-time - University Diploma
· Political Sciences - Long term university education, 4 years / full-time - University Diploma
· Public Administration - Long term university education, 4 years / full-time, 5 years / part-time - University Diploma
· Communitarian Law - In-depth studies, 1 year / full-time - In-depth studies Diploma
· Private Law - Perfecting post-graduate studies, 1 year / full-time - Graduation Diploma
· Criminal Law - Perfecting post-graduate studies, 1 year / full-time - Graduation Diploma
· Public Law - Perfecting post-graduate studies, 1 year / full-time - Graduation Diploma
Within the Faculty of Law Sciences of Oradea the preoccupation in the research activity is concentrated in 6 research groups supervised by professors, readers and lecturers which propose themselves the elucidation of some theoretical and practical aspects of present interest and the support of some specialty works at the scientific sessions, the publishing of articles in magazines, as well as the publishing of some courses and monographs.
The Constitutional and Administrative staff which is coordinated by Ph.D. univ. reader O. Tinca, is directing its researches to the following: The Human Rights in Romania, The Separation of powers in the state and the local autonomy, The Citizen and the State Body etc.
The research staff on Civil Law and Civil Process Law is ruled by Ph.D. univ. reader Maria Ileana Mutiu, and it is concentrating its efforts especially on:
· The Unfounded title in the civil Juridical Certificates
· The Civil Delictual Responsibility for the other's action.
· The limits of the law to decide for the death cause through juridical certificate and the successor reserves.The ability of the instance sentence etc.
The staff ruled by Ph.D. univ. reader Lia Maria Pop and Ph.D. univ. prof Adriana Manolescu in the political analysis domain is having an intense research activity in the following directions: the European Union and the political world order, the possibility and the conditions of the integration of the Central and East European countries in the Community Structures, the position of the part of NATO after the disappearance of the Communist Block.
The coordination of the research activity according to the department plans and the stimulation of the creative spirit determined lately the publishing, by the didactic staff of the faculty, of an important number of papers and articles in specialty publications. Another materialization of the research activity is made up by the yearly sessions of scientific communications, where along with our staff, several university teachers from other university centers are participating in. The close collaboration with the faculties with tradition is also reflected in the scientific level of these sessions of communication, the important members of the university world are present at these manifestations. The materials presented within these sessions of communication together with other papers, are afterwards published in the Annals of the Oradea University Law Series.
Leadership of the Faculty
Dean: Ph.D. univ. Reader Ovidiu TINCA
Area of competence: Work and Social Protection Law, Constitutional Law and Political Institutions, Communitary Law.
Vice Dean: Ph.D. univ. Reader Maria Ileana MUTIU
Area of competence: Civil Law
Scientific Secretary: Ph.D. univ. Prof. Adriana MANOLESCU
Area of competence: Political Economy
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