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.
The Romanian language crash courses are organized on three levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced) and targeted at speaking skills (conversation) and practice. We also offer a series of workshops and in situ courses meant to introduce you to the Romanian culture and civilization. The courses will focus on the theme of this year’s Summer School edition: Timișoara 1914 – 100 Years Since the Outbreak o the Great War.
For further information, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or:
Dr. Dumitru Tucan: email@example.com
Dr. Nicoleta Muşat: firstname.lastname@example.org
University of the West Timișoara
The Faculty of Letters, History and Theology
Bd. Vasile Pârvan 4
• The chance to learn or improve your Romanian with native speakers, with modern teaching facilities!
• A well-prepared, young, flexible and open-minded teaching staff!
• Your initiation in the Romanian culture and civilization, in a city with a long multicultural and multiethnic tradition!
• Various cultural activities and visits, which will help you know the Romanians better in their own country!
• The chance to meet like-minded people and make new friends!
The deadline for submitting the forms is 15 June 2014 (early application) / 1 July (late application).
What does a daily schedule look like?
Romanian language courses – 9.00-11.00
Coffee break – 11.00-11.30
Romanian language courses – 11.30-13.30
Lunch break – 13.30-16.00
In Situ Courses – 16.00-18.00
Free programme – 18.00 *
* The daily schedule can be subject to minor changes according to the particular schedule of each day.
Tuition fee – 350 EUR (early application, deadline 15 June 2014).
– 450 EUR (late application, until 1st of July 2014).
The tuition fee covers: the access to the courses, the teaching materials and the organized visits. It also covers the accommodation for those who choose to stay in one of the University’s student dorms.
The participants may choose to stay at the university hostel or may book accommodation in town, with our counseling (see the attached list).
Within the academic agreements the University of the West has with its partners, a fee waiver can be granted upon request, for students coming from non-EU countries.