Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences

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Website:

http://fspac.ubbcluj.ro/

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Address:

Babeş-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca
Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences
71 General Traian Moşoiu Street, Cluj-Napoca, 400132

Tel.:

Tel. 0264-431505, int 6261
Fax: 0264-406054

email:

admitere@fspac.ro

Political Sciences Field

  1. Specialisation POLITICAL SCIENCES (3 years, full time) in Romanian, Hungarian and English and distance learning, 3 years, in Romanian

Communication Sciences Field

  1. Specialisation COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS (3 years, full time) in Romanian, Hungarian and German and distance learning, 3 years, in Romanian
  2. Specialisation JOURNALISM (3 years, full time) in Romanian, Hungarian, German and English and distance learning, 3 years, in Romanian
  3. Specialisation ADVERTISING (3 years, full time) in Romanian
  4. Specialisation DIGITAL MEDIA (3 years, full time) in Romanian

Administrative Sciences Field

  1. Specialisation PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (3 years, full time and distance learning) in Romanian
  1. Specialisation PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION in SATU MARE (3 years, distance learning) in Romanian
  2. Specialisation PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION in SFÂNTU GHEORGHE (3 years, full time) in Romanian and Hungarian
  3. Specialisation PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION in BISTRIȚA (3 years, full time and distance learning) in Romanian
  4. Specialisation PUBLIC HEALTH (3 years, full time) in English
  5. Specialisation LEADERSHIP IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR (3 years, full time) in English     
Selection criteria:

1st Stage (eliminatory): 
Admission exam based on a cover letter submitted upon registration, marked on a Pass to the 2nd stage/ Fail basis
Candidates who enrol in programmes in languages ​​other than Romanian and Hungarian will sit for a test to assess their knowledge in the language of the programme. Only successful candidates after this examination will enter the second stage of admission.
2nd Stage:
Candidates admitted after the 1st (eliminatory) stage will be distributed on state funded places and on tuition places or will be on the waiting list according to the following criteria: the score of the baccalaureate exam
Following redistribution of unconfirmed remaining places by successful candidates in phase II, candidates applying for redistribution will enter phase III.
3rd Stage:
At the end of 1st and 2nd stages of admission, candidates will be allocated state funded places or places on tuition or will be rejected.

NOTE: For information on bibliography, specific criteria and tie-breaker criteria please visit the faculty website.

New specialisations proposed for the July 2017 admission, undergraduate level

Administrative Sciences Field

  • Specialisation Public Administration, in Hungarian, 3 years, full time.