Student service/activities: The Faculty organizes conferences, exhibitions, and international cultural events, where students may attend, participate and exhibit their work. Every year the Faculty invites reputed foreign architects, emerging Romanian architects and designers for public lectures and conferences, and promotes students' work and research by means of exhibitions, cultural events, presentations and discussions with local authorities, investors and general public itself. Students exchange program: enlisted in the ERASMUS student exchange program, the Faculty provides for students' mobility for one or two semesters. Out prestigious partner universities are Izmir Ekonomi Universitesi, University of Sassari, Kavala Institute of Athens, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Universidad Catolica de San Antonio de Murcia. Student research: scientific sessions both in-land and abroad, as well as a large range of week-long workshops are held every year, as part of the tuition programme: Urban Scenarios, Experimental Design, Restoration techniques on site, Historical research. Joined research and workshop activities involve both local and international partners (i2a international Institute of Architecture in Morcote, Switzerland, ERASMUS partners). Student facilities: campus with student hostels, restaurant, club, sports grounds, studio halls, laboratories, specialized library. Students and teachers have free access to the Romanian National Library, and free online access to the international database, with the possibility of entering research communities and publishing their work. Setting: the Faculty of Architecture, an architectural monument, is located in the very core of the historical town of Bucharest, a 5-minute walk from public transportation stops (bus, trolley, tram and subway station). The National Theatre, the Comedy Theatre, Odeon Theatre, The National Military Centre, the National History Museum, Sutu Palace, the Cinematheque are in its immediate proximity, providing for students a rich cultural environment.
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