Discover Graduate Study Opportunities at QS World Grad School Tour in Bucharest

The Romanian – U.S. Fulbright Commission will take part this fall in the QS World Grad School Tour, making a stop in Bucharest on Thursday, September 27, an event which promotes graduate study opportunities in Europe, the U.S. and Asia.

The QS World Grad School Tour will take place at Bucharest’s InterContinental Hotel, between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m., and promises to bring together reputed universities from all over the world, offering a wide range of Master’s and PhD programs, in fields such as Business and Management, Finance, Art & Design, International Relations or IT.

You can register for the event here, to get up-to-date information on the participating universities.

Drop by our booth if you want to learn more about graduate study opportunities in the U.S., via the Fulbright program or through independent applications.

Call for Papers: Appalachian/Carpathian International Conference

The 2019 Appalachian/Carpathian International Conference entitled “Making Place: Transitional and Post-Industrial Development in Mountain Communities” will take place in Brașov and Petroșani, October 7-11, 2019. The conference is being supported by the Transylvania University of Brașov, the Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission, the University of Kentucky Appalachian Center and Appalachian Studies Program, Radford University, and distinguished Appalachian Studies scholars from the U.S.A. The call for papers is available here.

New Books by Professor Vasile Pușcaș

Professor Vasile Pușcaș, former Minister of European Affairs of Romania, Chief Negotiator with the European Union, and Fulbright alumnus, published three books celebrating 100 years from the making of United Romania (1918-2018): Marea Unire 1918 România Mare (Great Union 1918 – Greater Romania), Iuliu Maniu văzut de românii americani (Iuliu Maniu, as seen by American Romanians), and Philip E. Mosely despre Transilvania și Basarabia (Philip E. Mosely, about Transylvania and Bessarabia).
        

News from Alexandra Bereczki, SUSI Grantee (Study of the U.S. Institutes for European Student Leaders Program)


“My experience in the United States of America? Honestly, I don’t think I have enough words to describe how amazing it was! All those extraordinary people that I met, all those breathtaking places that I have visited during the five weeks program and everything that I have learned, made this experience impossible to forget! It was intense, I won’t lie about it, and it could also become challenging sometimes, but trust me, it worth all the effort and if you make the best out of it, there is no chance not to be satisfied about the results or not to think ‘Oh my God, I don’t want to leave from this place!’ I’m so thankful to everybody who made this adventure possible for me!”
 

No public hours

The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission, Educational Advising Center included, is closed to the public during the month of August. Our public activities will be resumed in September. Thank you for your understanding!

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Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission

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Phone: 021.230.77.19
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