Lucian Blaga University
|Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu
Universitatea "Lucian Blaga" in Sibiu
|motto||Mens Agitat Molem (Latin)|
|place||Sibiu , Romania|
The story begins in 1940. At that time, examined the University of Cluj ( Cluj ) a place of refuge in the region. The reason for this was the Second Vienna Arbitration , by which Romania was forced to cede northern Transylvania to Hungary .
In 1969 the University of Cluj established the Faculty of History in Hermannstadt ( Sibiu ). This was converted into the Faculty of Languages and History in 1971. At that time, the department for languages included courses in German, English and Romanian. In the same year the Faculty of Public Administration was founded. In 1972, the University of Kronstadt ( Brașov ) founded a branch in Sibiu with the Faculty of Wood Processing.
On March 5, 1990, the Ministry of National Education issued a decree establishing the University of Sibiu, consisting of the Faculties of Literature , History and Law , Medicine , Food and Textile Processing, and Science and Engineering . In 1991 the Faculty of Theology was established.
On May 12, 1995, the University of Sibiu dedicated its name to the Romanian writer and philosopher Lucian Blaga . In 2005, Lucian Blaga University had ten faculties and a distance learning department.
The engineering faculty is named after Hermann Oberth from Hermannstadt . The Faculty of Law bears the name of Simion Bărnuțiu , the Faculty of History and Heritage that of Nicolae Lupu . The namesake for the medical faculty is Victor Papilian , for the theological faculty Andrei Șaguna .