Erasmus students at Danubius University

Erasmus students at Danubius University

Catalogue of courses taught in English at the Faculty of Economics

Academic Curriculum for Incoming Erasmus Students at the Faculty of Economics:

1st semester of academic year 2017-2018

Bachelor Courses: Economic Studies of Commerce, Tourism and Services ECTS
1 Microeconomics 1st year 6
2 Economic Statistics 1st year 6
3 Economy-Applied Mathematics 1st year 6
4 Accounting Bases 1st year 6
5 Management 1st year 4
6 Foreign Language 1 (English language) 1st year 2
7 European Economy 2nd year 4
8 Management Informatics Systems 2nd year 4
9 International Marketing 2nd year 6
10 Services Economy 2nd year 6
11 Economic and Financial Analysis 3rd year 6
12 Strategic Management 3rd year 6
13 Ecotourism and rural tourism 3rd year 4
14 Commercial technologies 3rd year 4

2nd semester of academic year 2017-2018

Bachelor Courses: Economic Studies of Commerce, Tourism and Services ECTS
1 Macroeconomics 1st year 6
2 Public Finances 1st year 5
3 Informatics (Bases) 1st year 4
4 Marketing 1st year 4
5 Economic geography 1st year 3
6 Company Economy 1st year 3
7 Business Law 1st year 3
8 Tourism Economy 2nd year 6
9 Trade Economy 2nd year 6
10 Financial Management of the Enterprise 2nd year 4
11 Macroeconomic Previsions 2nd year 3
12 European Business Environment 3rd year 6
13 Local and Regional Development 3rd year 5
14 Hotel and Restaurant Technology 3rd year 6
15 Logistics and Distribution of Goods 3rd year 6

Catalogue of courses taught in English at the Faculty of Communication and International Relations

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM FOR INCOMING ERASMUS STUDENTS AT THE FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

BACHELOR COURSES:

COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

First semester ECTS
Introduction to public relations - Tanase Popa D. 1st year 6
English in Communication I - Chesca A. 1st year 4
Communication Law - Tanase Popa D. 2nd year 4
Philosophy of Culture - Stefan I. 2nd year 3
EPRPAV - Panfiloiu Gh. 2nd year 3
Professional Ethics - Tanase Popa D. 3rd year 6

BACHELOR COURSES:

COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

Second

semester

ECTS
EPRPC -Panfiloiu Gh. 1st year 4
Introduction in Social Sciences - Stefan I. 1st year 6
English in Communication I - Chesca A. 1st year 3
Communication with the media -Teodorascu F. 2nd year 5
Writting public relations materials - Tanase Popa D. 3rd year 6
The public image of leaders and institutions -Teodorascu F. 3rd year 6
Communication and public relations in political organizations -Teodorascu F. 3rd year 6

BACHELOR COURSES:

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND EUROPEAN STUDIES

First semester ECTS
English in International Relations I - Chesca A. 1st year 3
Introduction to the study of international relations - Popa A. 1st year 6
Introduction to European Studies - Stefan I. 1st year 6
IDE - Panfiloiu Gh. 1st year 3
English in International Relations II - Chesca A. 2nd year 3
International law I - Maftei J. 2nd year 5
Governance in the European Union - Sandache C. 3rd year 5
English in International Relations III - Chesca A. 3rd year 3
Philosophy of European unification - Stefan I. 3rd year 3
Globalism and globalization - Pisleag T. 3rd year 4

BACHELOR COURSES:

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND EUROPEAN STUDIES

Second

semester

ECTS
Concepts and Methodologies of Research in Social and Political Sciences - Stefan I. 1st year 5
Contemporary Politics Ideologies - Stefan I. 1st year 5
Diplomatic and consular law - Maftei J. 2nd year 5
International law II - Maftei J. 2nd year 6
European Law - Pisleag T. 2nd year 4
Multilevel governance in UE - Sandache C. 3rd year 6
Foreign policy and diplomacy - Popa A. 3rd year 5

Catalogue of courses taught in English at the Faculty of Law

Academic Curriculum for Incoming Erasmus Students at the Faculty of Law

BACHELOR COURSES: LAW ECTS
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I 1st year 6
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW II 1st year 6
LEGAL INFORMATICS 1st year 3
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAW I 2nd year 6
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAW II 2nd year 6
CRIMINAL LAW 3rd year 6
EUROPEAN COMPETITION LAW 4th year 5
LABOUR LAW 4th year 8
LEGAL CLINIC 4th year 3
INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS 4th year 4
FORENSIC SCIENCE 4th year 5
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 1st year 6
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW  2nd year 6
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 3rd year 5
EUROPEAN LAW 2nd year 6

Contact

Director of Foreign Affairs, Erasmus+Institutional Coordinator
Associate Professor, Marinescu Emanuel Ştefan, PhD
Tel: +40.733.180.143
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Specialist of Foreign Affairs
Ionut Neacsu
Tel: +40.725.225.801
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Buddy system

Welcome! Bienvenue! Bienvenido! Benvenuto! Kalós orísate! Hos geldin!

Welcome to Danubius University! We hope your stay in Galati will be a valuable student experience and you will like it as much as we will. In order to make you feel comfortable and in order for you to enjoy it we created a Buddy system, which will help you arrive to the university, get settled and discover the various opportunities that you will have access to during your stay at our university. Through this social platform, a Danubius student will be happy to help you out with accomodation, with documents to be registered once arrived in Romania, with emergency cases that might occur, with the opportunities that Danubius University prepared for its incoming students as well as all the fun and events taking place within Galati, in paralel with others within the country, in places you might be interested in seeing with your new friends.

A student will be voluntarily assigned to you and will keep in touch with you even before arriving in Galati, throughout your stay, available for all matters that will interest you. He will represent an ambassador of Galati, Romania, the university itself, moreover he will be a trustful friend to be reached whenever you need.
Fell free to contact us whenever you want for further inquiries!

Practical information

Planning your Erasmus experience at Danubius University

This page covers the most important aspects that should be taken into consideration when preparing your Erasmus experience at Danubius University of Galati. In order to help you better organise your priorities, we offer our support in the most important matters such as accomodation, cost of living, extracurricular activities and leisure time, student facilities, health insurance, meals, medical support, travelling to Romania and within the country, banking, orientation, visas and residence permit.

Accomodation

At the current point, Danubius University can offer you a limited number of available rooms in the campus, for an accesible price per month.
The Erasmus+ office team and your Danubuddy can also help you find alternative solutions within Galati, in the areas you are most interested in. The average cost of renting an apartment is around 150 euro/month for 1-room appartment and 200-250 euro/month for 2-rooms appartments.

Costs of living in Romania

Costs of living in Romania are accesible for students, whether you prefer to travel within the country, to enjoy a good meal in the city, buy groceries for yourself, souvenirs or any other needs that you may have. In order to have an idea on which are the prices for the basic things you may need during your stay in Galati, here are some average prices:

Bread: 2,3 RON = 0,51 euros
10 eggs: 5 RON = 1,12 euros
Coca Cola: 5 RON = 1,12 euros
Bottle of water: 2 RON = 0,44 euros
Cheese: 18 RON/ kilo = 4,03 euros
Pizza: 19 RON = 4,26 euros
1 Kilo of apples: 2,79 RON = 0,62 euros
1 Kilo of oranges: 2,79 RON = 0,62 euros
Fruit juice: 3,4 RON = 0,76 euros
*Note: the prices many vary from different shops

In Galati, you will be able to buy fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh cheese and meat from the local market or you can go and purchase them all from diverse supermarkets such as Kaufland, Billa, Auchan, Carrefour supermarket, METRO etc.

In regard to local transportation the prices for one way ticket within Galati city, to diverse stations, is about 1,5 RON, which equals 0,33 euros.
In addition, in case you may be interested in travelling within the country, from Galati, the usual ticket bus prices for most visited cities are:
• Bucharest: 62 RON = 13,90 euros
• Brasov: 50 RON = 11,21 euros
• Cluj: 100 RON = 22,42 euros
• Iasi:55 RON = 12,33 euros
• Timisoara:100 RON = 22,42 euros
• Constanta: 50 RON = 11,21 euros
Train tickets have similar prices, depending on your travelling prefferences.

Extracurricular activities and leisure time
Galati city is one of the biggest cities in Romania and it combines both natural beauties with modern views and various options to spend free time outdoors or indoors. Once in Galati, you will be able to enjoy the Danube seafront, the local botanic garden and its astronomical observatory, the Museums of History as well as the Museum of Visual Arts and the Cristian Spirituality, Culture and History Museum of Lower Danube, in the city center. The vintage architecture will give you a clue on the historical print of the city and multiple activities are organised frequently at the local libraries, V.A. Urechia library and Eugene Ionesco private library, which contains numerous materials in French and promotes French Culture.
You will also have access to local gyms and swimming pools as well as night clubs, dancing clubs, theatres, or other varieties of group activities that you may be interested in joining during your stay.

Student facilities
As a Danubius student you will have access to all student facilities that the university prepared for its students, which include access to its own library, a judicial laboratory, an Apple lab and a television studio, the Danubius Student League, the campus cafeteria and sports center.
All Erasmus student will also receive a personal Danubius email address similar to : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Health insurance
Regarding the health insurance aspect, as an Erasmus student you will be required to have one before arriving in Galati. The international office of your host university will help you get your European Insurance Card before coming to Romania and this document will help you get medical care within Galati, Romania and other EU countries. In addition to this, during your stay in Galati, you will receive our support for health emergencies in local state or private medical institutions, with the help of our Erasmus office team and your Danubuddy.
You are highly adviced to bring with yourself all the documentation that you used to have when going to your own, local doctor in case of previous medical emergencies, personal allergies or any other medical aspect that might be relevant.

Erasmus+ office
The Erasmus+ office will be the one that will help you with the necessary documentation of your Erasmus study or traineeship mobility. Our team will assist you before and during your Erasmus experience and it will also inform you about the Danubuddy system.
The Danubuddy system is a platform of Danubius University's students who are volunteering to help international students coming to Danubius, in order to better get involved within the campus and better get integrated within the local activities, possibilities and local society and culture. More specifically, the Danubuddy you will be assigned to have will contact you before arriving in Galati and will help you during your stay with the things you will be needing, such as Galati tours and presentation of its main attractions and activities, he/she will also be in charge of helping you out with your documentation and residence permit application, emergency cases, local telephone services, local transportation information, recommendations of touristic places to visit, bookstores, cafes, restaurants, etc. Also, your Danubuddy can help you in the orientation period, when you will be presented the courses you will have to attend, the teachers of your department, the grades' system, the library's facilities etc.

Banking
The banking system in Romania is a very flexible one and it will allow you to use your credit card, either VISA, Mastercard, etc. and you will be able to exchange your money, either US dollars, Euros, British pound, Turkish lira, etc. You can exchange your money in local banks (Transilvania Bank, BRD – Groupe Société Générale, BCR – Romanian Comercial Bank, ING Group Bank, etc ) or in specific exchange office within the city.

Visas and residence permit
All EU and EEA students do not need to apply for a VISA in order to come to Romania yet they are strongly adviced to have their passports with them and personal identity cards.
If the mobility is longer than three months, students have to register at Galati County Immigration Service in order to receive a registration certificate. Your coordinator from the Erasmus+ Office at Danubius University will guide you through this procedure.

Non-EU/EEA citizens coming from countries that have a visa-regime with Romania must check if they need a visa to come to Romania and the conditions to obtain the visa. Information about Romanian visa can be found on the Ministry Foreign Affairs page.
Visa applications can be submitted to the diplomatic missions and consular posts of Romania. The list can be accessed at: http://www.mae.ro/en/romanian-missions
The long term residence visa for studies is granted for 90 days. After entering Romania, you must obtain a residence permit attesting your residence right in Romania, which you can obtain from Galati County Immigration Service. In order to obtain the residence permit, you will personally submit a series of documents, with at least 30 days before the expiry of your residence right, granted by the visa. Your coordinator from the Erasmus+ Office at Danubius University will guide you through this procedure.

Course Catalogue

Erasmus students at Danubius University can choose among courses taught at the following faculties:

THE FACULTY OF LAW

Bachelor program: Law

Master programs: Law and European Public Administration, European Union Law, Criminal Sciences

See the Catalogue of courses taught in English at the Faculty of Law

 

THE FACULTY OF ECONOMICS

Bachelor programs: Finances and Banks, Economic Studies of Commerce, Tourism and Services, Accounting and Management Data Processing, Economic Informatics.

Master programs: Private and Public Financial Management, Financial Administration of Businesses in the European Space, Business Management in Trade and Tourism, Public and Private Audit and Control

See the Catalogue of courses taught in English at the Faculty of Economics

 

THE FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Bachelor programs: Communication and Public Relations, International Relations and European Studies, Management Assistance and Secretarial Office

Master program: Business and International Economy

See the Catalogue of courses taught in English at the Faculty of Communication and International Relations

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