The departments are known to be equipped with modern technologies and well stocked laboratories to facilitate the learning process.
Cluj University of Medicine and Pharmacy, is one of most prestigious universities of research and education and is included in the top 12 Romanian higher education schools. It started teaching Medicine in 1872 and Dentistry in 1919 and has constantly evolved while building its modern standards on long and worthy traditions.
There are over 9,000 students at the university with over 2,000 international students. The university
teaches Medicine and Dentistry in English, French and Romanian.
The teaching staff are known to provide advanced academic teaching which involves both theoretical and practical training for all the students. The departments are known to be equipped with modern technologies and well stocked laboratories to facilitate the learning process. The university is also accredited by the GMC/GDC which enables students practice in UK after graduation.
The university has a library of approximately 1700 square metres providing over 300 spaces for studying as well as an e-database which students can access from home or anywhere in campus.
The university has several societies which students can join to enhance their experience whilst studying. Students also have access to 10 research centres and can join over 30 scientific societies.
Apply now to secure your place at Cluj University of Medicine and Pharmacy and start studying medicine or dentistry in Europe from October this year!
Cluj is the fourth most populous city in Romania and is one of the most important academic, cultural,
industrial and business centres in Romania.
Cluj-Napoca has a diverse and growing cultural scene, with cultural life exhibited in a number of fields, including the visual arts, performing arts and nightlife. It also has a vast number of landmark buildings and monuments. One of those is the Saint Michael’s Church in Unirii Square, built at the end of the 14th century in the Gothic style of that period. It was only in the 19th century that the Neo-Gothic tower of the church was erected; it remains the tallest church tower in Romania to this day.
A highlight of the city is the botanical garden, situated in the vicinity of the centre. Beside this garden, Cluj-Napoca is also home to some large parks, the most notable being the Central Park with the Chios Casino and a large statuary ensemble.
The Cluj-Napoca International Airport (CLJ), located 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) to the east of the city centre, is the second busiest airport in Romania and handles several flights to and from several countries in Europe on daily. The city also has great road and rail systems facilitating transportation throughout the city.
The city is also very famous for its sports. Cluj Arena, is the largest stadium in Cluj-Napoca (capacity 30,201), and is ranked as an UEFA Elite stadium. Several facilities for sports like rugby, football, handball, and water polo are also available throughout the city. Cluj-Napoca held the titles of European Youth Capital in 2015 and European City of Sport in 2018.