Technical University of Cluj-Napoca

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Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
founding 1920
place Cluj-Napoca , Romania
Rector Vasile Ţopa
Students > 20,000
Professors 917
TU Cluj-Napoca: main building
TU Cluj-Napoca: Building of the Faculty of Civil Engineering

The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (also: Technical University of Klausenburg ; Rum. Universitatea Tehnicǎ din Cluj-Napoca ) is a technical university in Cluj-Napoca , the capital of the Cluj County in Transylvania in Romania .


With around 21,000 students, the university is the second largest of its kind in the country. In 2010 the North University of Baia Mare was incorporated. Following a reform of the Romanian higher education system in 2011, the TU Cluj-Napoca is one of only 11 Romanian universities at which a doctorate can be obtained. It was also classified as a "University for Scientific Research" within the framework of a certification by the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education “ARACIS”, which is a prerequisite for the right to apply in the newly established Romanian research funding system.

It becomes the German-language course "Industrial Engineering", which is run with the support of the University of Stuttgart and financial support from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) .


There are 13 faculties:

on the Cluj campus:

As well as on the campus of the University Center North Baia Mare:

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