Return to Europe Revisited

May 2014 Dan Diaconu, deputy mayor of Timisoara, has an unusual problem. “Unemployment in our city stands at one per cent,” the 36-year-old, elected in 2012, explains. “This is a problem for attracting new investors. Some are scared away by this fact.” In conditions of near full employment, labour is hard to find. Yet this is more >


The SZTE Media Centre launches photo contest in the topic OUR HOME: EUROPE

The SZTE Media Centre launches photo contest in the topic OUR HOME: EUROPE for university students in Duna-Körös-Maros-Tisza Euroregion and media staff working in the region. The contest is open to a black-and-white or color photos in the subject of European identity, the connection of the home country of photographer and the European Union, and reflect the author’s more >



The Faculty of Letters, History and Theology has been organizing the Romanian Language, Culture and Civilization Summer School (Romanian Studies) uninterruptedly since 1991. This year (2014), between 28 July and 9 August, the 23rd edition will take place. Course description: The Romanian language crash courses are organized on three levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced) and targeted more >


Timisoara has officially announced its candidacy to European Capital of Culture.

Timişoara is running for the title European Capital of Culture 2021. During several events that took place in December 20, 2012, Mayor Nicolae Robu said that Timisoara enters the national competition with a desire to work as needed to win the title. The first event of the day was the signing of the Charter in more >


Strategic partnership for “Timisoara European Capital of Culture”

The City Hall of Timisoara is getting involved in the candidacy project for the title of “European Capital of Culture” so it would  enhance the city’s chances in the competition which will take place in 2015. On the evening of October 23, 2012, at City Hall it was held a meeting with representatives of several more >


We are preparing our candidacy for the title European Capital of Culture in 2021.

The European Commission announced the order in which countries can nominate candidate cities for the title of European Capital of Culture. Romania and Greece will have this privilege in 2021. Below you have European Commission’s press release from 20th July 2012, in which it was announced the extension of the “European Capital of Culture”  program more >


“Celebrating 25 years of European Capitals of Culture”

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