CALL FOR NOMINATIONS:

SUMMER 2022 STUDY OF THE U.S. INSTITUTES FOR SCHOLARS

  1. S. Embassy to Romania solicits candidate nominations for six summer 2022 Study of the U.S. Institutes (SUSIs) for multinational groups of experienced university faculty, scholars, and other related professionals. All candidate nominations must be received at the following e-mail address: alexandrescui@state.gov by midnight on Friday, January 28, 2022. Exact dates for the programs will be determined at a later time. A description of each Institute can be found in paragraphs 5 through 10. The Institutes will be conducted as traditional in-person programs at U.S. host institutions. Should health, safety, and travel conditions continue to pose significant challenges, the programs will pivot to a modified virtual format.

The interested candidates must ask for the nomination form at the following e-mail address: alexandrescui@state.gov. If the candidates do not receive the requested form in a term of 24 hrs. during working days (Mon-Fri), they should call 0040-721 288 797 from Monday to Friday, 10:00 – 16:00 hrs.

The nomination forms must be sent at the following e-mail address: alexandrescui@state.gov in a Word format only no later than Friday, January 28, 2022, 23:59 hrs.

  1. Study of the U.S. Institutes for Scholars (SUSIs) are intensive post-graduate level academic programs whose purpose is to provide foreign university faculty and other scholars the opportunity to deepen their understanding of U.S. society, culture, values, and institutions. The ultimate goal of the Institutes is to strengthen curricula and to enhance the quality of teaching about the United States at academic institutions abroad.
  2. Study of the U.S. Institutes for Scholars will take place at various colleges, universities, and academic institutions throughout the United States over the course of six weeks beginning in or after June 2022. Each Institute includes a four-week academic residency component and up to two weeks of an integrated study tour to another region of the United States. Prospective applicants are encouraged to visit the SUSI website page to obtain general information about the Institutes. The website address is: http://exchanges.state.gov/susi.
  3. Study of the U.S. Institutes for Scholars comprise the following themes in U.S. Studies: American Culture and Values; Journalism and Media; Religious Pluralism in the United States; U.S. Economics and Business; U.S. Foreign Policy; and Workforce Development.
  1. The Institute on American Culture and Values will provide a multinational group of 18 experienced and highly motivated foreign university faculty and other specialists with a deeper understanding of U.S. society, culture, values, and institutions. The Institute will examine the ethnic, racial, social, economic, political, and religious contexts in which various cultures have manifested in U.S. society while focusing on the ways in which these cultures have influenced social movements and American identity throughout U.S. history. The program will draw from a diverse disciplinary base and will itself provide a model of how a foreign university might approach the study of American culture and society. The University of Montana (UM) in Missoula, MT will oversee and administer this program; New York University in New York, NY will conduct and host the Institute.
  2. The Institute on Journalism and Media will provide a multinational group of 18 experienced and highly motivated foreign journalism instructors and other related specialists with a deeper understanding of the role that journalism and the media play in U.S. society. The Institute will examine the role of journalists in recognizing and preventing disinformation and will explore strategies for media and information literacy to counter disinformation. Additionally, the Institute will examine best practices in journalism by discussing the rights and responsibilities of the media in a democratic society, including editorial independence, journalistic ethics, legal constraints, and international journalism. In addition, the Institute will examine pedagogical strategies for teaching students of journalism the basics of the tradecraft: researching, critical thinking, reporting, interviewing, writing, and editing. The program will also highlight the impact of technology in journalism, including the influence of the Internet, globalization of the news media, and other changes that are transforming the profession. The University of Montana in Missoula, MT will oversee and administer this program; Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ will conduct and host the Institute.
  3. The Institute on Religious Pluralism in the United States will provide a multinational group of up to 18 experienced foreign university faculty, scholars, researchers and religious leaders with a deeper understanding of U.S. society and culture, past and present, through an examination of religious pluralism in the United States and its intersection with American democracy. The program will include a survey of the religious landscape of the United States, including religious groups; an exploration of the historical and contemporary relationship between church and state in the United States; an examination of the ways in which religious thought and practice have modified and have been influenced by, the development of American-style democracy; and discussions on the intersections of religion and politics in the United States in such areas as elections, public policy, and foreign policy. Participants will have opportunities to meet U.S. community leaders of different faiths who advocate for collaboration and tolerance among religious groups. The Institute for Training and Development (ITD) in Amherst, MA will oversee and administer this program; Seattle University in Seattle, WA will conduct and host the Institute.
  4. The Institute on U.S. Economics and Business will provide a multinational group of 18 experienced foreign university faculty, researchers, experts and policymakers with a deeper understanding of key components and structures of the U.S. economy. Using a multidisciplinary approach, the program will explore various topics of socioeconomics; how financial institutions, investors, and businesses interact to support sustainable economic development and growth; and increasing diverse and equitable employment through institutional regulation, social inclusion strategies, and private and public policies. Throughout the Institute, participants will engage in a case study involving the fishing industry, which will examine the interplay of climate change, U.S. business innovation, corporate regulation, entrepreneurship, and economic theory. Participants will have opportunities to learn about key institutions and stakeholders in the U.S. economy and meet with a diverse range of business leaders and small business owners, among others. A symposium where scholars will present their own research and scholarly practices will allow for robust discussion and an exchange of diverse perspectives. The Institute for Training and Development (ITD) in Amherst, MA will conduct and host the Institute in Boston, MA.
  5. The Institute on U.S. Foreign Policy will provide a multinational group of 18 experienced foreign university faculty and practitioners with a deeper understanding of new approaches to U.S. foreign policy and how U.S. foreign policy is formulated and implemented. The Institute will include a historical review of significant events, individuals, and philosophies that have shaped U.S. foreign policy. The Institute will explain the role of key influences on U.S. foreign policy including the executive and legislative branches of government, the media, the U.S. public, think tanks, non-governmental organizations, and multilateral institutions. The program will also examine the current U.S. foreign policymaking landscape and recent trends that are shaping policy. The University of Montana in Missoula, MT will oversee and administer this program; the University of Delaware will conduct and host the Institute in Newark, DE.
  6. The Institute on Workforce Development will provide a multinational group of 18 experienced foreign faculty and practitioners with a deeper understanding of how recent socioeconomic trends have changed the concept of work, workforce development, and career paths in the United States. The academic program will include a thorough discussion of the role of U.S. educational institutions, particularly community colleges, in preparing Americans with the skills needed to succeed in multiple industries including business, technology, science, the creative arts, and emerging fields. The Institute will offer opportunities for participants to research new ideas, in conjunction with American peers, to better understand the evolution of work, the changing demand for skills, and the advancements in workforce development through retraining and reskilling. The University of Montana in Missoula, MT will conduct and host this Institute.
  1. Program Funding: Through awards given to the Institute of Training and Development (ITD) and the University of Montana (UM), all participant costs will be covered, i.e. program administration; book, cultural, mailing and incidental allowances; and housing and subsistence. If the program is conducted virtually, ECA will work with ITD and UM to provide a technology stipend to all participants.
  2. Program Requirements and Restrictions: All participants are expected to participate fully in the program. Candidates should be aware that they are applying for an intensive program and there will be little time for personal pursuits unrelated to the program. The Institute is not a research program. Participants must attend all lectures and organized activities and complete assigned readings. Family members and/or friends may not accompany participants on any part of the program. Please note that Institute curriculum will not formally address teaching methodology and pedagogical methods. If the program is conducted virtually, the same participation requirements apply.
  3. Housing and Meal Arrangements: Each participant will have a private room but may be required to share a bathroom with a participant of the same gender during the Institute. Most meals will be provided at campus facilities; participants may have access to a kitchen to cook some meals on their own. Please make sure that you are comfortable with such arrangements.
  4. Care will be taken to ensure that any special requirements regarding diet, daily worship, housing, and medical care are satisfied. However, while Institute staff will make available special accommodations to the greatest extent possible, scholars must be reminded that full participation in all Institute activities is still expected. Should a participant need to quarantine due to positive COVID-19 test results, accommodations will follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.
  5. Travel Arrangements: For all Institutes, the implementing partner (ITD or UM) will arrange and pay for international and visa travel. The host institution will provide each participant with a $100 travel allowance. In all Institutes, the host institutions will cover any travel within the United States during the Institute.
  6. Health Benefits: All participants will receive the U.S. Department of State’s Accident and Sickness Program for Exchanges (ASPE) health benefit, that provides coverage of up to $100,000 with a $25 co-pay per medical visit and a $75 co-pay per emergency room visit, for the duration of the program. Pre-existing conditions may be covered up to $100,000, subject to policy exclusions and limitations. COVID-19 is treated like any other illness under the ASPE policy. Information on the health benefit program may be found online at https://www.sevencorners.com/gov/usdos.
  7. Expectations: Violations of program rules, U.S. host institution rules, or U.S. local, state or federal laws can be grounds for immediate dismissal from the program. It is important that these requirements and restrictions are clear to all candidates.
  8. Virtual Program Contingency: Should health, safety, and travel conditions continue to pose significant challenges, the SUSI will pivot to a virtual format. The virtual program will consist of a minimum of 36 hours of required programming and will be a combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning. To the extent possible, the virtual programming will include lectures, small group discussions, videos, readings, panels, site visits, assignments, and individual and group activities. Participants are required to fully participate in the entire virtual program from their home location outside the United States.
  9. Connectivity: Should the program need to pivot to a virtual format, participants would need access to a computer and a stable internet connection. If a participant does not have a computer or adequate internet access, ITD and the University of Montana (UM) will work with the participant to facilitate computer access on an as-needed basis. Participants would be expected to actively engage in all program activities, and therefore, they should notify immediately the host institution and post of any issues with their online access during the duration of the program as well as any difficulties affecting their participation.
  1. Study of the U.S. Institutes for Scholars are highly competitive. To confirm suitability for the program as well as the required English fluency, an American officer at the U.S. Embassy may interview the nominees.

Priority will be given to candidates who have firm plans to enhance, update, or develop courses and/or educational materials with U.S. studies focus or component; who have no prior or limited experience in the United States; and who have special interest in the program subject areas as demonstrated through past scholarship, accomplishments, and professional duties.

  1. Candidates should be mid-career, typically between the ages of 30-50, highly motivated, experienced scholars and professionals generally from institutions of higher education or research-focused organizations (not-for-profits, think tanks, etc.) While the educational level of participants will likely vary, most should have graduate degrees and have substantial knowledge of the thematic area of the Institute or a related field.
  2. Ideal candidates are individuals whose home institution is seeking to introduce aspects of U.S. studies into its curricula, to develop new courses in the subject of the Institute, to enhance and update existing courses on the United States, or to offer specialized seminars/workshops for professionals in U.S. studies areas related to the program theme. While the nominee’s scholarly and professional credentials are an important consideration, the potential impact and multiplier effect from their participation in the Institute is equally important. Ideal candidates will have little or no prior experience living or visiting in the United States.
  3. As noted above, candidates must demonstrate English language fluency. Institutes are rigorous and demanding academic programs conducted entirely in English. Participants will be expected to read and comprehend substantial written materials and assignments in English and to participate in all seminar and panel discussions fully and actively. English fluency is vital to a successful experience in the Institute, for participants as individuals and to foster a cohesive and interactive group.
  4. Candidates should be willing and able to fully take part in an intensive post-graduate level academic program. It is important that the prospective participants are likely to be comfortable with campus life and an active program schedule.
  5. U.S. citizens and permanent residents (green card holders) are not eligible for these programs.
  1. As a general rule, no more than ONE participant per country, per Institute will be selected.

Serviciul German de Schimb Academic (DAAD) scoate și în acest an la concurs burse în Germania pentru studenți, absolvenți, doctoranzi și cadre didactice din cadrul instituțiilor de învățământ superior și cercetare din România.

Sunt finanțate cursuri de limbă, cursuri de limbaj de specialitate și civilizație germană, programe de masterat și stagii de cercetare. DAAD finanțează programe desfășurate în limba germană și/sau în limba engleză.

Un tabel sinoptic al celor mai importante programe de burse DAAD poate fi consultat aici: Descarcă: Oferta de burse DAAD – Tabel sinoptic (PDF, 326,39 KB).

Oferta completă a programelor de burse DAAD România este accesibilă aici: http://bit.ly/BurseDAAD21-22.

Ca și anul trecut, oferim mai multe sesiuni de informare online pe Zoom în limbile română, germană și engleză. 

Link afiș pe Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DAADRomania/photos/a.200018133359234/4913916175302716/

Link afiș pe instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/CUuvPsbsEcB/

The fourth edition of the internationalization Think Thank ASE 2021

On September 17-19, 2021, the fourth edition of the Internationalization Think Tank ASE 2021 workshop took place, organized within the project “Consolidation of a resilient and sustainable internationalization process of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, with impact on the international education market” – CNFIS-FDI-2021-0392. The workshop was organized in Moeciu de Jos and brought together the main actors of internationalization at the level of faculties within the University, aiming to disseminate and multiply the results of the internationalization process, on all its strategic levels: internationalization at home, abroad and internationalisation of research. Extremely relevant aspects for the international dimension of the University were presented, analysed and discussed: the progress of internationalization, the University’s positioning in the international rankings, the AACSB international accreditation (where the first steps have already been taken by submitting the eligibility file) and the opportunities offered by the new Erasmus + programme.

The Bucharest University of Economic Studies was included in the recently launched international Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022, which evaluates universities around the world based on performance in research, teaching, collaboration with the private sector and universities abroad.
Our University ranks for the third consecutive year the first position in Romania and for the first time the 501-600 position in the world.
ASE thus claims the best position ever obtained by a Romanian university in the last 30 years in such a prestigious international ranking globally.
Ranked Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Ranked Bucharest University of Economic Studies

U.S. Departments of State and Education Issue Joint Statement of Principles in Support of International Education

Open Science Survey results, European Strategy for Universities and Micro-credentials

IAUP Triennial Virtual Conference

Key Priorities for Higher Education in a Post Pandemic World

Mexico City 2021

IAUP Triennial Virtual Conference

Key Priorities for Higher Education in a Post Pandemic World

Mexico City 2021

Applications to the Transparency International School on Integrity are now open!

Transparency School is the world leading summer course on anti-corruption. Since 2010, it has welcomed more than 1300 future leaders from more than 120 countries worldwide.

There is a limited number of full tuition fee waivers for participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Hong Kong, India, Moldova, Myanmar, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Ukraine, Taiwan and Venezuela.

We would like to kindly ask you to disseminate this information to your colleagues and those potentially interested in attending the event on 2-7 August 2021.

Please find more information below in this email and at www.transparencyschool.org.

The 2022-2023 Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program 

The Romanian-U.S. Fulbright Commission announces the annual Fulbright Visiting Scholar Award competition for Romanian professors, researchers and professionals who have a doctoral degree or equivalent (certified). Grants are available for conducting research and/or lecturing in the U.S. universities.

The Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program provides international travel, accident/sickness insurance and a monthly stipend covering accommodation and living expenses.

Eligible Fields: any field, except clinical medicine and other clinical disciplines.

Grant duration: minimum 3 – maximum 6 months

Rumänien

Bewerbungsschluss: 31. Juli 2021

Zulassungsvoraussetzungen

  • rumänische Staatsbürgerschaft (doppelte Staatsbürgerschaft möglich)
  • abgeschlossenes Universitätsstudium (B.A., B.S., M.A., Diplom-, Magister-, Staatsprüfung oder Promotion) in einem beliebigen Studienfach; ein Fachhochschulabschluss genügt nicht, der Nachweis des Studienabschlusses kann in begründeten Fällen bis zum 31. Dezember 2021 nachgereicht werden
  • sehr gute Kenntnisse der deutschen Sprache (mindestens Stufe B 2 des Gemeinsamen Europäischen Referenzrahmens für Sprachen)
  • ausgeprägtes Interesse an politischen und gesellschaftlichen Zusammenhängen sowie an deutscher Geschichte
  • gesellschaftspolitisches Engagement
  • Altersgrenze: Zum Zeitpunkt des Programmbeginns darf das 30. Lebensjahr noch nicht vollendet sein. Bewerben können sich Interessent/innen, deren Geburtstag nach dem 1. März 1992 liegt.

Bewerbungsunterlagen

Die vollständige Bewerbung muss folgende Unterlagen enthalten:

(Als Hilfestellung steht Ihnen die Checkliste für Ihre Bewerbung zur Verfügung.)

  • Bewerbungsbogen in Deutsch ausgefüllt und handschriftlich unterschrieben (S. 5, 6, 8, 9)
  • ausführliche Bewerbungsbegründung in deutscher Sprache und handschriftlich unterschrieben (nicht mehr als zwei Seiten)
  • Studienabschlusszeugnis (Original oder amtlich beglaubigte Kopie in deutscher oder englischer Sprache, eingescannt). Der Nachweis des Studienabschlusses kann in begründeten Fällen bis zum 31. Dezember 2021 nachgereicht werden. Das Original oder die amtlich beglaubigte Kopie in deutscher oder englischer Sprache des Studienabschlusszeugnisses muss zum Auswahlgespräch vorgelegt werden,
  • Sehr gute deutsche Sprachkenntnisse (mindestens der Stufe B 2 des Gemeinsamen Europäischen Referenzrahmens für Sprachen) können nachgewiesen werden:
    – durch ein offizielles Sprachzeugnis, nicht älter als zwei Jahre (beispielsweise TestDaF, ZOP, DSH oder durch den IPS-Sprachnachweis) – der Nachweis gilt ebenso als erbracht, wenn aus dem Lebenslauf die erforderlichen sehr guten deutschen Sprachkenntnisse eindeutig ersichtlich sind (beispielsweise Abitur in Deutschland, Germanistikstudium, Anstellung als Deutschlehrer),
  • zwei Empfehlungsschreiben in deutscher oder englischer Sprache (nicht älter als ein Jahr), davon eines von einem Hochschullehrer oder vom Arbeitgeber, in dem die fachliche Qualifikation des Bewerbers für das IPS beurteilt wird auf offiziellem Briefpapier der ausstellenden Institution,
  • ein Bewerbungsfoto als Bilddatei (JPEG oder anderes übliches Bildformat)
  • Kopie des Reisepasses oder Kopie der ID-Card

Bitte senden Sie die vollständigen Bewerbungsunterlagen per E-Mail in einem PDF-Dokument, dessen Dateiname aus Ihrem Familiennamen und Vornamen besteht (beispielsweise Muster-Max.pdf), an die unten angegebene E-Mail-Adresse.

Falls das PDF-Dokument die Größe von 15 MB übersteigt, teilen Sie bitte Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen auf mehrere E-Mails auf, deren Anlage jeweils höchstens eine maximale Größe von 15 MB besitzt.

Wenn Sie Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen durch ein Komprimierungsprogramm größenreduziert übersenden möchten, verwenden Sie bitte ausschließlich ein Programm, das eine Archivdatei mit der Dateiendung „.zip“ erzeugt (beispielsweise Muster-Max.zip).

Achtung: Bewerbungsunterlagen in Papierform werden nicht berücksichtigt!

info@bukarest.diplo.de

Nachfragen richten Sie bitte an:

Botschaft der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Internationales Parlaments-Stipendium
Strada Cpt. Av. Gheorghe Demetriade 6-8
011849 Bucuresti
Rumänien
Telefon: (0040 21) 202 98 30
Fax: (0040 21) 230 58 46

Stipendium

www.bundestag.de/europa_internationales/internat_austausch/ips/programm/

Auswahl der Teilnehmer/innen

Die Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer werden in einem zweistufigen Verfahren ausgewählt. Die Vorauswahl erfolgt durch die deutsche Botschaft in Bukarest. Die qualifiziertesten Bewerber werden zu einem persönlichen Auswahlgespräch im Herbst/Winter 2021 eingeladen. Eine Auswahlkommission des Deutschen Bundestages trifft die Endauswahl auf Grundlage der sprachlichen, fachlichen, sozialen und interkulturellen Kompetenzen der Bewerber.

Kosten der Anfahrt zum Auswahlgespräch

Sofern das Auswahlgespräch nicht in dem Heimatland der Bewerberin/des Bewerbers stattfindet, können die Reisekosten vom Heimatland in das Land, in dem das Auswahlgespräch stattfindet, anteilig und die Visakosten in voller Höhe übernommen werden.

Tuesday, May the 14th – International Week in ASE, 2021 – 6th Edition

  • Meeting with representatives of Yamanashi Gakuin University, Japan: Prof. Tatsumi Akita, Deputy President, Mr. Naoki Kumagai, Deputy General Manager, International Exchange Center and Me, Koon Murakami, Deputy Manager, International Exchange Center.

Thursday, May the 13 – International Week in ASE, 2021 – 6th Edition

  • Workshop with Times Higher Education Rankings Agency (represented by Mr. Michael Caruana) about the recent rankings Emerging Economies 2021 and Impact Rankings 2021.
  • Virtual Debate – ”Strenghtening Academic Cooperation for Enhanced Executive Education in the Central and Eastern Europe”. Guests: Prof. Jana PELIOVA, Vice-Rector of University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia, Prof. Radan Miryanov, Vice-Rector of University of Economics – Varna, Bulgaria
  • Debate on the Future of the Erasmus Plus Programme
  • Romanian movie afternoon with our Erasmus incoming students
  • Virtual reunion with the occasion of establishing the cooperation framework between Bucharest University of Economic Studies and Fundacion Educacion por Ia Experiencia, United States of Mexico
Conferinta online profesori

Wednesday, May the 12 – International Week in ASE, 2021 – 6th Edition

  • Ambassadors meet ASE – a very interesting, extremely useful and interactive presentation about Romania – Korea Relations delivered by Mr. CHUSOK YOON – Deputy Chief of Mission from the Embassy of South Korea in Bucharest.
  • Debate on “Réussir ses études universitaires en Roumanie en tant qu`étudiant international au temps de la pandémie de COVID – 19. Défis, opportunités et expériences en partage
  • Workshop ”Precision Agriculture -Achievements and Challenges in the Republic of Serbia”, organised by the Faculty of Agri-Food and Environmental Economics. The guest speakers were Mr. Jonel Subić, the General director and Mr. Marko Jeločnik- deputy director of the Institute of Agricultural Economics Belgrade (IAE), Serbia.
Conferinta online profesori

Tuesday, May the 11th – International Week in ASE, 2021 – 6th Edition

  • Erasmus+: Building Bridges – Portugal – mobility opportunities in Portugal
  • Workshop on Internationalisation of Research – Challenges of Academic Cooperation in the Field of Governance – Online Event organized by the Terragov Erasmus+ Project with participation for experts of the Terragov Project Team from University of Iceland, ASE Bucharest, FEB Zagreb-Croatia, University Complutense of Madrid, Spain and Vilnius University of Lithuania.
  • Reunion discussing on AACSB Challenges, together with Mr. Timothy S. Mescon, PhD, Vice-Executive President of AACSB International and Chief Officer Europe, Middle East and Africa and Ms. Marine Condette, accreditation expert of AACSB.
  • Ambassadors meet ASE, International Week in ASE – Students from the Master of Diplomacy in International Economy had the opportunity to meet ambassadors from Pakistan and Thailand
  • The second day of the International week in ASE started with a very interesting and challenging presentation on “Racial Governance in Peru” held by Prof. Luis Escobedo, Postdoc Research Fellow, University of the Free State (UFS), South Africa. The event was facilitated by the Faculty of Administration and Public Management.
  • Ambassadors meet ASE, International Week in ASE – we had the great pleasure to welcome H.E. Mr. Amhar Azeth, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Indonesia to Romania, within the framework of the event organised by the Faculty of International Business and Economics. The topic of His Excellency’s presentation related to the Indonesian perspective of the economic international diplomacy.
  • Faculty of Accounting and Management Information Systems in partnership with Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, USA, organised a Workshop on ”Business, educational and cultural differences between Romania and the US”. The event is already traditional, being in its third edition during the International Week. The event is based on the partnership between our faculty and the Kelley School of Business, during which study visits for students take place. This year the meeting took place online and focused on teacher presentations and group discussions between American and Romanian students.

The 6th Edition of the International Week in ASE is about to start.

More than 30 activities (webinars, workshops, reunions) involving more than 40 guests from Universities in Europe and beyond will be held between 9th and 14th of May, both virtually as well as in-Campus.

Follow our Social Media and stay tuned for all events

#InternationalWeek2021 

EUA Newsletter 4/2021: EUA Annual Conference, The latest Public Funding Observatory, Next Generation EU and opportunities for universities

The Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE) is ranked 401-600 in the most recent Times Higher Education Impact Ranking 2021, which assesses universities’ performance all over the world against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

ASE’s best scores were registered for SDG 5 – Gender equality (rank 101-200), and SDG 9 – Industry, innovation and infrastructure, SDG 1 – No poverty, SDG 8 – Decent work and economic growth (rank 201-300 for each of them).
The results show that ASE is prone to have a strong involvement in society and make a solid change in what concerns sustainable development.

Small Grants for Alumni Projects

The U.S. Embassy in Bucharest, Public Affairs Section, announces an open competition for teams of Romanian alumni of U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs to apply for grants up to $15,000 per team to create programs to promote current Embassy priorities in Romania. Teams must consist of two to four alumni but the team members do not need to be alumni of the same program. Under U.S. law, in order to qualify, at least one applicant must be 18 years of age or older. The teams can choose to partner with NGOs for implementation purposes. Contingent on funding availability, five grants are expected to be awarded to different projects.
More details about the requirements and the application process are available at the link – Click here..

We are pleased to invite you to the 4th International Conference on Economics and Social Sciences organized by the Bucharest University of Economics Studies and dedicated to “Resilience and Economics Intelligence through Digitalization and Big Data Analytics”   between 10-11th of June 2021 (online).

www.icess.ase.ro