University of Bucharest – known as UB in Romania – was founded in 1864 and is the second oldest university in the country. According to the Worldwide University Rankings from 2012, UB is in the top 700. It has a remarkable history behind it, being the centre of anti-communist protests in 1990. The area surrounding it was the home of many riots during the Romanian Revolution of 1989. Despite the historical events, University of Bucharest managed to maintain its high position in the educational system.Show more
Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the University of Bucharest - UB rating is 4.4. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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I have been a student at the University of Bucharest for almost 2 years, I have gained an amazing experince during my journey at Univeristy. Learning new methods of business as a major is a tremendous achievement in my studies. I have met people from all over the world which enriched my experience at this prestigious university. I could say that the university infrastructure could be improved in a way all educational activities are held in a friendly atmosphere.View more
I started my master in University of Bucharest and I’m not looking back. I love how welcoming it is and the communication with other “colleagues”. For a romanian student is the best choice, even to start their bachelor but everyone should not forget that you need good grades too.View more
As a today’s mom I can say that I studied years ago, but the surrounding it’s still the same and as I can hear it became better. Definitely worth it, it has many brunch to find whatever you are into .View more
Top university with a world-class program in law studies. The faculty has very professors and ressources (library etc) as well as international partnerships with universities abroad, offering students the possibility of studying for a year in a partner university.View more
Wonderful doctoral program. Enthusiastic advisors. Helpful administration. The study facilities are great. One of the best libraries on art history in the university. Many Erasmus agreements for PhD Candidates.View more
I must admit that sociology/ what I majored in, is closely linked to changes and events that happen in our Roumanian society and this is what I enjoyed most about this school, it is very versatile, it explains concisely the main sociological concepts, you can deepen your knowledge on any concept and thrive, it is focused on people and the relationships that they build together, it is very popular in the media and it is just an awesome school to be in. I met there a couple of very knowledgeable students/ classmates, very competitive and very high achievers. Sociology is a great field to study and I highly recommend it, through the University of Bucharest.
I also liked the student life, in Bucharest, there are many wonderful places to visit, parks, concerts, theatres, dancing, restaurants and others, it has many international students and I enjoyed very much the years of college there, I have great memories and I encourage everyone to at least visit this city. It won’t let you down.
What I didn’t like was the fact that there were fewer jobs on the job market and that it is quite difficult to make a career out of sociology, I know I didn’t make a career out of this and I felt bad about this at that time.View more
I was always been passionate about social History. When I first started, I didn’t know how much of that we would learn. I applied for the master’s program called History of communism. It was one of the best decisions. I had great professors. Not only did they manage to convey the information accordingly, but they also thought us how to conduct archival research. My experience was so great, that I decided to do a PhD in social History here.View more
In general, opportunities are quite ok. As mentioned, in the middle ground. It helps you open up to people, to cultures, but as well some teachers lack some standards and equal grading. Quite subjective and shallow in some cases.
But, if you can ignore the above mentioned, you can have a great time there, good exchange opportunities and self-growing. The bottom line is that it’s up to you to see the bright side. Once you can find it, you will learn and grow.