Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
|Universitatea Technică din Cluj-Napoca|
The Romanian logo of the university
(There is an English version)
|Latin: Universitas Technica Napocensis|
|Cluj Mechanics Institute, Cluj Polytechnic Institute|
Officer in charge
|Colours||Red and Black|
|Affiliations||EUA, AUDEM, BSUN, AUF|
The flag of the university
The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (UTC-N short for Romanian: Universitatea Tehnică din Cluj-Napoca) is a public university located in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. It was founded in 1948, based on the older Industrial College (1920). Technical University of Cluj-Napoca is classified by the Ministry of Education as an advanced research and education university.
In 1948, under the provisions of the August 1948 law for the reform of education, the Cluj Mechanics Institute was founded. The Institute had a faculty with two departments: Thermotechnics and Machines. The increasing need of technical specialists helped the Mechanics Institute turn into the Cluj Polytechnic Institute in 1953.
In 1992 the Polytechnic Institute was renamed to the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca. In 2012, UTC-N absorbed the North University of Baia Mare.
In Cluj-Napoca, the university has nine faculties:
- Faculty of Automation and Computer Science
- Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology
- Faculty of Electrical Engineering
- Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning
- Faculty of Civil Engineering
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
- Faculty of Building Services
- Faculty of Mechanics
- Faculty of Material Science and Engineering
As in the case of all universities in Romania, the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca is headed by an elected Senate (Romanian: Senat), representing the academic staff and the students. The Senate elects its Standing Bureau (Romanian: Birou Senat), consisting of the Rector, Prorectors and Chancellor. The following table presents the members of the Standing Bureau of the Senate of the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Romanian: Biroul Senatului Universităţii Tehnice din Cluj-Napoca) as of October 2009. The Senate has 67 members, including the Standing Bureau.
The Senate also elects the Academic Council (Romanian: Consiliul Academic). As of 24 June 2008, it consisted of 20 members; the president of the council is Radu Munteanu, the Rector of the university.
UTC-N is the second largest university in the city of Cluj-Napoca. The university buildings are spread across the city. The university has two student housing areas:
- Complexul Studenţesc Observator
- Complexul Studenţesc Mǎrǎşti
In the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca there are three student organisations: OSSIM (Organizatia Studentilor de la Stiinta si Ingineria Materialelor si Mediului ), the OSUT (Organizaţia Studenţilor din Universitatea Tehnică) and BEST (Board of European Students of Technology).
- "Raportul anual privitor la starea Universității Tehnice din Cluj-Napoca" (PDF). UTCN (in Romanian).
- Institutii de invatamant superior clasificate ca universitati de cercetare avansata si educatie (Romanian)
- About Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
- Leadership structure
- Academic.doc Academic Council membership
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