Dialogue and Cooperation in the Black Sea and Balkan Regions
The University of Bucharest, Black Sea Universities Network and Balkan Universities Association cordially invite you to the International Congress on “Dialogue and Cooperation in the Black Sea and Balkan Regions”.
The event aims to address important issues regarding collaboration in the Black Sea and Balkan Regions. Considering both the complex context in which our region finds itself at this time, and the internationalization needs of our institutions, we believe that this important congress will be a suitable opportunity for a debate on common strategies and tools aimed at developing higher education based on principles and healthy values. Today, more than ever, universities and authorities have a duty to face and address the current challenges facing our communities and identify the practical solutions needed to solve societal problems.
With a history of over 150 years and a constantly confirmed prestige, the University of Bucharest is today a dynamic and inclusive academic milieu, student-centered and characterized by creativity, innovation and pragmatism.
With over 34,000 students, 1,300 professors and 500 researchers, 1,300 employees as administrative staff, the University of Bucharest reveals itself as a strong and supportive community, which acts constantly to ensure the highest quality of the offered services, guaranteeing to its graduates easy and effective assimilation on the labor market, regardless of the field or program of study.
The Black Sea Universities Network (BSUN) represents the cooperation framework for Academic Institutions from the Black Sea Region. At present, the Network includes 120 universities from the 12 member countries of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation.
The Balkan University Association comprises currently 78 universities from the Balkan Region. The Association aims to be a collaborative academic platform, fostering the cooperation among our universities and countries in the Balkans, to endorse Balkan Studies and to provide academic expertise concerning the region.