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University of Pitesti

Key details 2021

Institution type

Public

Faculties

6

Doctoral Schools

0

Study programs

126

Students

8,486

International students

198

Academic staff

-

Nationalities

16

Preparatory year

Yes

The University of Piteşti (UPIT) is a public institution since 1962, member of the national higher education system in Romania. The University is organized into 11 faculties: Faculty of Science, Faculty of Letters, Faculty of Mechanics and Technology, Faculty of Electronics, Communications and Computers, Faculty of Orthodox Theology, Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, Faculty of Education Sciences, Faculty of Law and Administration. The 23 departments of the University manage a total of 59 undergraduate programmes and 50 master degree programmes. The third cycle of university studies, i.e. the PhD and the postdoctoral studies, is organized in 5 doctoral schools and 9 doctoral domains. Undergraduate training is conducted in two forms: full-time education (54 programmes) and part-time education (5 programmes).
The current number of students enrolled at UPIT is 12,258, of which 9,588 for undergraduate programmes, 2,527 for master degree programmes, and 143 for doctoral programmes. UPIT’s human resource consists of 433 tenured teachers, 135 auxiliary employees and 60 non-academic employees. The permanent academic staff consists of 58 full professors, 80 associate professors, 225 lecturers, 62 assistant lecturers and 8 junior teaching assistants.

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Duration:

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Autumn term (enrolments):

October 1st

Spring term (enrolments):

March 1st

Housing:

The University of Pitesti provides students accommodation and cafeteria in its campus.

Other relevant information:

The University of Pitesti holds a valid Erasmus Charter for Higher Education and has been providing the students with Erasmus+ mobility exchanges for 17 years, since the implementation of the programme in Romania. The University has concluded over 100 bilateral agreements with countries such as France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Bulgaria, Turkey, Poland, Lithuania, Greece, Germany, Macedonia, Switzerland, Latvia, Hungary, The Netherlands, Czech Republic, Sweden, and Norway. Students are the beneficiaries of both study and placement mobility exchanges for periods between 2 and 12 months. 


The University is structured in 6 faculties managing 147 study programmes, out of which 64 undergraduate study programmes (Bachelor’s degree programmes) and 83 postgraduate study programmes (Master’s degree programmes), 8 doctoral schools and 10 doctoral domains enrolling around 9,500 students.

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The University of Piteşti (UPIT) is a public institution since 1962, member of the national higher education system in Romania. The University is organized into 11 faculties: Faculty of Science, Faculty of Letters, Faculty of Mechanics and Technology, Faculty of Electronics, Communications and Computers, Faculty of Orthodox Theology, Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, Faculty of Education Sciences, Faculty of Law and Administration. The 23 departments of the University manage a total of 59 undergraduate programmes and 50 master degree programmes. The third cycle of university studies, i.e. the PhD and the postdoctoral studies, is organized in 5 doctoral schools and 9 doctoral domains. Undergraduate training is conducted in two forms: full-time education (54 programmes) and part-time education (5 programmes).
The current number of students enrolled at UPIT is 12,258, of which 9,588 for undergraduate programmes, 2,527 for master degree programmes, and 143 for doctoral programmes. UPIT’s human resource consists of 433 tenured teachers, 135 auxiliary employees and 60 non-academic employees. The permanent academic staff consists of 58 full professors, 80 associate professors, 225 lecturers, 62 assistant lecturers and 8 junior teaching assistants.

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