May 23, 2016

”It is my pleasure to introduce you to this great university, to our remarkable college, and to the extraordinary opportunity you have, to earn one of the country’s most respected degrees in political sciences, public administration, public health, communication / PR / advertising or journalism.” 

These are the first words from the message of the Dean, that can be found in the ”College” section on the website. It is a great way to start. It cannot be any other way, we’re talking about the Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences, which is part of the Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

As a senior year student in highschool, why should you choose #FSPAC? Let’s talk a little bit about it. The Faculty currently offers 7 Bachelor Programs, in 4 languages. Yes, 4! How great is that?

  • Public Administration: Romanian & English
  • Political Sciences: Romania, English & Hungarian
  • Leadership in the Public Sector: English
  • Communication and Public Relations: Romanian, Hungarian & German
  • Journalism: Romanian, Hungarian, English & German
  • Public Health: English
  • Advertising: Romanian

”The FSPAC has multiple international relations with different countries from all around the world, offering students the opportunity to be part of very dynamic, innovative and enjoyable programs and build a lot of new relations.”

Besides the programs offered, students have a lot of activities to choose from: Clubs (Board Games Night, The Debate Club, CinemAP, ReBranders, Library Club, Fotoclub 50 mm, Student Press and 15 others), Training programs, Career Center FSPAC or lots of Meetings/Conferences (”Fighting Corruption in Public Procurement”, ”’Guest Lecture by Dr. Joyojeet Pal, University of Michigan), Erasmus. 

The internet is an important part of our Faculty. You can check your grades online, lots of projects can be uploaded on Moodle, the schedules are also online so you can always check them.

If you have any questions, feel free to send me an e-mail 😀


*Photo Credit: www.voceatransilvaniei.ro

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