Ph.D. Studies: Philology; History, Master Studies: Translation studies; Romanian language; Linguistics and didactics; Literature and mentalities; South-East European province history (1st- 4th AD centuries); German language Interdisciplinary view; European culture and management; Banat region synthesis between Central and South-Eastern Europe
Thoroughgoing Studies: Romanian ethno genesis a historical European process; Anthropology and linguistics (Slavic-Roman domain); Modern and contemporary ecclesiastic theology
Specialization Studies: Public relations and inter-confessional; Socio-cultural specie interdisciplinary view; Translation and terminology
The Faculty of Letters, History and Theology is one of the four elite faculties of this kind in Romania, having 23 partnerships with similar faculties in Europe, offering scholarships for students, master and Ph.D. candidates and mobility for the teaching staff through Socrates program. Our Faculty offers the adequate climate, not only for didactic training but also for a future scientific career, a business career or a career in international relations. We have a widely recognized academic staff, well-equipped laboratories and modern teaching techniques. Interdisciplinarity and interculturality are the characteristics of the Faculty of Letters, History and Theology.
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