Projects

Remain in Education! Rise and Opt for Studies about Europe! (RED ROSE)

Remain in Education! Rise and Opt for Studies about Europe! (RED ROSE) is a three-year project implemented by the Faculty of European Studies and funded by the Romanian Ministry of Education with support from the World Bank.

Objective: to enable 150 high school students to make the right choice of university education, based on their abilities and preferences, so as to facilitate their access to the labour market

How? Every year, 50 eligible students attend an interactive 16-day summer school at the Faculty of European Studies, which includes teambuilding games, vocational counseling, creativity workshops, courses, sporting and recreational activities. All expenses are covered by the project.

Contact: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Adrian Corpădean, Project Manager & Dr. Nicoleta Chicinaș, Assistant Manager

 

Programme for Recuperation Oriented towards Studying about Europe

(PROSE) is a two-year project implemented by the Faculty of European Studies and funded by the Romanian Ministry of Education with support from the World Bank.

Objective: to fight against the ever challenging university dropout phenomenon, by enabling 120 of our first-year students to enhance their academic performance and integrate into the labour market

How? Every year, 60 eligible students undergo an innovative academic integration programme, which includes professional counseling, extra courses in key areas of our curriculum (international relations, European studies, economics, law and communication), coaching and professional development, as well as workshops in our partner companies. All expenses are covered by the project.

Contact: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Adrian Corpădean, Project Manager & Dr. Nicoleta Chicinaș, Assistant Manager

 

Erasmus +

The Faculty of European Studies has been conducting projects funded by the European Union since its establishment. Among the most recent endeavours that our students have benefitted from, in areas covering the convergence between education and active life, cooperation with the business and public environment, academic networking and curriculum development, one should note:

  • The Internship Programme in Project Management “Jacques Delors – Fundament of the Transition from the Educational System to Active Life” (2009-2011), sponsored by the European Social Fund
  • The “LISBOAN” Project, part of the EU’s Lifelong Learning Programme (2010-2013), in collaboration with the University of Cologne
  • The curriculum development grant for the Master’s Programme “Evaluation of Regional Development” (2011-2013), sponsored by the European Social Fund
  • The Internship Programme “CLAUDIOPOLIS – the city of youth. Practice programme for pupils and students in the area of social sciences” (2014-2015), sponsored by the European Social Fund

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