University of Bucharest has the honor to invite you to meet its CIVIS Ambassadors
CIVIS Ambassadors are responsible for promoting CIVIS within University of Bucharest and also they are the first point of contact for their peers, both incoming CIVIS students and students of the University of Bucharest interested in learning more about the alliance.
Now, you are just one step away from discovering a community of more than 384,000 students and 55,000 staff members including 30,000 academics and researchers. We are CIVIS. Why not get to know us?
I’m Ioana and I am in my second year of the Human Resources Management master’s program at the University of Bucharest. Intercultural exchanges like Erasmus or within youth organizations have really shaped who I have become as a person. Thus, I would love to enable as many students as possible to further develop their knowledge and skills as members of a broad and welcoming community. I think that the CIVIS Alliance would be the place to start when looking for an opportunity for growth outside one’s own borders, be they physical or intellectual.
“We Live In A Wonderful World That Is Full Of Beauty, Charm And Adventure. There Is No End To The Adventures We Can Have If Only We Seek Them With Our Eyes Open.” – Jawaharial Nehru
Tatiana earned a Bachelor of Law and a Master in International Public Law from the Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest. She is currently in the process of writing her dissertation to complete a PhD in European Human Rights Law. At the same time, Tatiana practices as a human rights lawyer. She has a deep interest in international education and travel, stemming from her study abroad experience. Tatiana is passionate about accessibility, the roles that innovation as well as education play in society, and working with others to address complex problems in more inclusive ways, and believes equity, diversity and inclusion are difficult concepts to truly put in place on a systemic level – a challenge that fuels her dedication to ongoing learning and growth. By being part of an organization that focuses on European integration of students, the development of common learning pathways, innovation in team learning, she aims to best support positive change in increasingly uncertain environments. As a CIVIS ambassador, she hopes to offer her skills and experiences to develop a deep level of European integration.
In her free time, Tatiana takes classes of Latin dances and likes going on adventures and playing board games.
My name is Theodora-Cristina and I am a persuasive, hard-working 3rd-year student at the Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest, aspiring for a career as a legal adviser. As an undergraduate, I went in for several extra-curricular ventures meant to develop myself, both personally and professionally, CIVIS being the last one. The stepping stone of my covet to get involved in this transnational project had two coordinates. Primarily, I rightly consider, given my background, that I can help future applicants of this exchange program with their “technical crunches”, being aware of the obstacles they face, both organizationally and culturally or socially. Furthermore, I genuinely affirm that it must be highlighted how many advantages, nor disadvantages such an experience may bring them. To conclude, throughout time, I let myself be guided by one plain quote, thereby summarizing my entire growth.
“There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.”