The implementation and organisation of European and international mobility is carried out by the Erasmus+ Office, part of the Centre for International Relations. The Head of Office is the Erasmus Institutional Coordinator, supervising the activity of 4 full-time employees and that of the Department Coordinators in charge of Erasmus academic issues for incoming and outgoing students.
The EEA Grants and Norway Grants represent the contribution of Iceland,
Liechtenstein and Norway to reducing economic and social disparities and to
strengthening bilateral relations with 16 EU countries in Central and Southern
Europe and the Baltics.
Citizens from EU, European Economic Association (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and Switzerland who apply for admission in the Romanian educational system have to meet the same conditions as the Romanian citizens and the same tuition fees as Romanian students will apply in their case as well.
The programme focuses on attaining a formative, modern student who can be pragmatically oriented in the education system in accordance with the real needs of the Romanian school within the extended context of the European Union.
The one-year, full-time academic programme in Romanian as a Foreign Language is addressed to foreign citizens who wish to gain entry onto a Romanian degree programme (at bachelor, master, Ph.D. level), as well as post-graduate and advanced training programmes in various fields. The programme also meets the needs of expatriates who work in Romania and who want to acquire a formal language certification.
Erasmus+ Mobility flows for Study: The application process for Erasmus + Mobility for Studies for the second semester of the 2018-2019 academic year has been opened and it will close on 15 January 2019!
As a public higher education institution, “1 Decembrie 1918” University of Alba Iulia is going through a new stage of its existence, a stage marked by the three principles underlying the current mandate of the University’s Management: performance, quality and consistency. As a relatively young University - we are celebrating 28 years of existence in 2019 -, our University is fully aware of its purpose and role within the higher education system in Romania, and constantly relates to the tradition of the Transylvanian educational system.