Universitatea Din Oradea (RO)
The University of Oradea is an accredited public higher education institution. The endeavours and commitment of the staff has resulted in the award of the certificate of High Degree of Confidence by the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education. With over 50 years of continuous higher education, the University of Oradea currently counts over 20,000 students and
more then 1,000 academic staff. As of 1997, the University of Oradea has implemented the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) – framework by the European Commission. It has much developed in the past few years thus turning into a European University due to the numerous partnerships with universities worldwide, the highly involved academic staff and the top generation equipment. The University of Oradea supports sustainable development and has a core duty responding to requests of all wishing to continue their professional education in an exceptional academic environment. The over 600 international students choosing the University of Oradea can pursue their studies on BA (full time, e-learning), MA or PhD and can be involved in study and placement mobilities under ERASMUS + programme.
Karla Barth - Team Coordinator
Karla Barth received Ph.D. degrees in Educational Sciences from the Babeș-Bolyai University, in 2012. In 2007, he joined the Educational Sciences Department, University of Oradea, as an Assistant professor, and in 2015 became an Associate professor. He was part of the teams of several research or research and development projects. Her current research interests include Speech Therapy, Children with Learning Disabilities, Integrated Education.,etc. She is a member of more educational and psychological associations. She has published several books and scientific articles. She was the Head of Educational Sciences Department from The Faculty of Socio-Humanistic Sciences from 2011 until 2016, when she became the dean of the same faculty.
Associate Professor at the University of Oradea, Faculty of Social-Humanistic Sciences, Department of Educational Sciences; Head of the Educational Sciences Department; PhD in Sociology from University of Oradea; MA in Educational Management (2003) from University of Oradea; Licence in Management (2001) from Faculty of Economics, West University of Timisoara Other relevant education: Master’s degree – Economics and development policy, Faculty of Economics, from University of Oradea, 2007 Master’s degree - Teacher training, Department of Teacher Training and Improvement, from University of Oradea, 2006 Advanced studies – Integration Economy, Faculty of Economics, from University of Oradea, 2003 Short courses/summer schools in policy studies: Project management – Sibiu (Romania), 2015 Trainer – Bucharest (Romania), 2014 Areas of interest: educational management; vocational education
Marian Mihai received Ph.D. degrees in psychology from the Babeș-Bolyai University, in 2008. In 2000, he joined the Psychology Department, University of Oradea, as a Assistant professor, and in 2017 became a Associate professor. He was part of the teams of several research or research and development projects. His current research interests include Clinical psychology, Health Psychology, Psychotherapy, etc. He is a member of psychological associations. He has published several books and scientific articles, is the editor of two international journals.
Dan Patroc, Ph. D., 36 years old, is an Associate Professor within the Faculty of Social Studies and Humanities at the University of Oradea. With basic training in Philosophy and a doctoral degree in Humanities, he is currently involved in Teacher Training Programs, teaching courses in Critical Thinking, Ethics, and Leadership and Communication. So far, he has authored 4 books and more than 30 chapters in collective volumes or articles in scientific journals. His main research interests revolve around the interference between the fields of philosophy, cultural
Marius Țepelea teaches History at University of Oradea. He was part at international and national projects. He is author of 12 books and 60 scientific articles.
Nicoleta Ramona Ciobanu
Her name is Nicoleta Ramona Ciobanu. She was born in Oradea, a city from Western Romania on August 2nd 1980. At age 23 she graduated the Faculty of Letters in 2003 and she has a Bachelor Degree in Philology. In 2013, she obtained her PhD Diploma at the Doctoral School of Letters, in her local town, Oradea. In 2014 she has started her job as Assistant Professor PhD at the University of Oradea, at the Faculty of Humanistic and Social Science. She loves my job and that is the reason for which she dedicates her time working with students on various projects related to the field of Education.
Graduated from Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj Napoca, Faculty of History and Philosophy, PhD in History. Full time teacher at Vocational High School “Nicolae Bolcaş” from Beius city. Associate lecturer at University of Oradea, Faculty of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Department of Sciences of Education. Teaching activities: designing creating and running courses and seminars „History and Methodology of Teaching History”, „Methodology of Teaching Civic Education”, „History of Arts”, „Aesthetics”
Ioana Borza has been a teacher for nine years at NicolaeBalcescu Secondary School from Oradea. She Gradueted Iosif Vulcan Pedagogical Highschool and then Pedagocical Collegeof primary and preschool education in Oradea. She uses modern methods, images and varied movies in the teaching learning activity.