|The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca is a tertiary educational institution having both tradition and national and international recognition. It is defined by dynamism, and a proactive spirit and it operates in the light of the international exigencies of our times.
The Technical University comprises at present 13 faculties, in the two academic centres of Cluj-Napoca and Baia Mare as well as in locations, such as Alba-Iulia, Bistrita, SatuMare and Zalau.
The educational offer, aligning the Bologna system, includes Bachelor, Master, Ph.D. programmes of study as well as lifelong educational programmes. The domains of study range widely from engineering to architecture, from fundamental sciences to social sciences, humanities and arts.
Read more on the Technical University’s website: www.utcluj.ro.
|Board of European Students of Technology, is a constantly growing non-profit and non-political organisation. Since 1989 we provide communication and co-operation possibilities as well as an international spirit for students all over Europe.
Local BEST Group Cluj-Napoca consists mainly of volunteers from the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, a young group with enthusiastic and bold visions, highly motivated to learn what teamwork or project management are, or to develop a set of skills complementary to their studies. Some of the projects that support our mission and vision are engineering competitions, career events, seasonal courses and training events.
Our goal is to offer an opportunity for self-development through complementary edication, by encouraging every student to take part in innovative and challanging projects such as BattleLab Robotica.
Read more about BEST Cluj-Napoca on our website: https://bestcj.ro.
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|Due to pressing demand and through the constant efforts of a few visionary personalities, the department of Electrical Engineering is born in 1960 within the Faculty of Mechanics of the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca. Later, in 1964 it becomes the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, with 528 students.
13 years after its establishment, in 1977, the faculty develops the department of Electronics, Telecommunications and Automation and Computer Science. Another 13 years later, in 1990, 3 distinct faculties with the same name are born from these departments.
The mission of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering is to provide top quality education and research in the fields of Electrical Engineering, Energetical Engineering, Applied Engineering Science, Engineering and Management, both nationally and internationally in order to further the intellectual, professional and social progress of the individual and of the country.
For more information on the Faculty of Electrical Engineering go to the website: ie.utcluj.ro.