“Dimitrie Cantemir” University of Târgu Mureș, the first private university in Transylvania and the second in Romania, was established in 1991 and operates as a private university accredited by Law no. 136/2005.
The university is institutionally evaluated on the quality of education by a foreign agency »» »AHPGS – Accreditation Agency in Health and Social Sciences / Accreditations – Agentur im Bereich Gesundheit und Soziales from Germany ↵
Dimitrie Cantemir University (UDC) is already a provider of quality education, offering undergraduate courses for a large community of students, in an environment that provides support and protection. Its goal is to become better, stronger, and more distinguished through the education, research, and values it promotes.
UDC provides students with a material basis for study at the highest standards, facilitating an optimal level of education and theoretical and practical training, the latter being carried out, on the basis of agreement, in specialized institutions.
Being among the few private universities in Romania with its own campus, UDC offers students a library with over 34,000 volumes and a modern reading room. All students have access to the entire university database.
Over 60 full-time teachers (university professors, associate professors, lecturers, and assistant professors) have a high professional and pedagogical qualification and exploit interactive methods as well as new technologies in their activity.
Authors and co-authors of an impressive number of books, textbooks and research articles, teachers provide students with the necessary study materials, which are published in renowned magazines, journals, and publishing houses at national and international level.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AT UDC
UDC is dedicated to meeting European standards in the field of education. In this sense, one of the basic objectives of the UDC is to internationalize its academic activity by facilitating and expanding transnational cooperation, especially with European higher education institutions, students, and their staff, in order to develop a “European dimension” through activities. Erasmus and other actions in the context of the Lifelong Learning Program.
European interuniversity cooperation, provided by the LLP and promoted by the European Commission and mainly by the Erasmus program, is an excellent opportunity for the integration of the UDC into the European higher education area.
In this sense, the general strategy and objectives of our university are:
– to continue to promote modern education and training, based on the latest scientific and technical achievements and to further improve quality assurance;
– promoting and achieving the objectives of the Erasmus program and also meeting the objectives set out in the lifelong learning program;
– strengthening the number of existing bilateral agreements between our university and the universities