This page is for students, teachers, and non-teaching staff who are interested in participating in an Erasmus+ mobility at the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, Babes-Bolyai University. Every year, our faculty receives ERASMUS+ incoming students, academics and non-teaching staff.

To date, more than 60 inter-institutional agreements have been signed with universities from 21 different countries. There are more than 130 places available for both semesters and for all three levels of study, bachelor, master, and doctoral.

We are currently working to renew these agreements and include new forms of mobility such as specialized practical training, teaching or training.

This page provides information on all types of mobility for students, teachers, and teaching staff. You can also find a list of partner universities in the ERASMUS + program here.

Erasmus+ - incoming studentsStudent mobility for studyStudent placement mobilityTeaching and training mobilityPartner universities
Welcome to Faculty of Sociology and Social Work. Follow the news on this website for up to date information about the ERASMUS + program offered by our faculty before and during your mobility.

Courses

Check the list of courses for ERASMUS+ students ofered by the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work
under development
Contact information for tutors and timetable

Deadlines

  • Nominations for the fall semester or for the academic year
  • Nominations for the spring semester
  • Applications for the fall semester or for the academic year
  • Applications for the spring semester

Get a buddy
People

  • Lecturer PhD Ionuț Foldes – Erasmus+ faculty coordinator, ionut.foldes@ubbcluj.ro
  • Ilona Drancă – Erasmus incoming officer, ilona.dranca@ubbcluj.ro

General information

Visit the Centre for International Cooperation's web page, incoming students tab, for information on housing, required documentation, university and city facilities, and other aspects of your ERASMUS mobility.
If you are a student at the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work and you want to apply for an Erasmus + scholarship, find everything you need to know here.
What do I need to know before applying for study mobility?

1. During your stay abroad you will receive a monthly scholarship that you can use to cover some of your daily expenses.
2. If you have already received a scholarship from our university, it will be added to your ERASMUS scholarship.
3. During the university cycle, the minimum study mobility period is 3 months.
4. The ERASMUS + study mobility is available for all three levels of study, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral.
5. Students are selected twice a year. Students leaving in the second semester (of the already started semester) are usually selected in October/November. Students leaving in the first semester of the next academic year will be selected in March. The selection process involves creating an application folder and participating in an interview. Before deciding what to choose you can learn more about the process from the notifications posted on this site.
6. The subjects you will take at the host university must be equivalent to the subjects in the study plan. Therefore, it is necessary to choose courses similar to those provided by your home university.
7. Most universities have student associations dedicated exclusively to those who choose an ERASMUS + mobility and who organize cultural, educational and leisure activities.

For information about accommodation, required documents and other about your ERASMUS mobility visit the Centre for International Cooperation web page, outgoing students tab.
What do I need to know before applying for a Student placement mobility?
1. During your stay abroad you will receive a monthly scholarship that you can use to cover some of your daily expenses.
2. If you have already received a scholarship from our university, it will be added to your ERASMUS scholarship.
3. During the university cycle, the minimum specialized practical training mobility period is 2 months
4. The ERASMUS + specialized practical training mobility is available for all three levels of study, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral.
5. The selection of students for the specialized practical training is conducted together with the selection for study mobility. The selection process involves creating an application folder and participating in an interview. Before deciding what to choose you can learn more about the process from the notifications posted on this site.
6. During the academic year, there may also be selections organized directly by the Centre for International Cooperation (CIC) at Babes-Bolyai University. For this reason, it is recommended to regularly check the notifications posted on this web page and the CIC web page.
7. For the specialized practical training mobility you do not need to take equivalent courses at the host university. It is therefore recommended to choose a period when you are not taking courses at your home university (e.g. holidays).
8. There are partner universities that can provide mobility opportunities for specialized practical training at private organizations (NGOs, companies, etc.) with which we can sign ne agreements.
For information about accommodation, required documents and other about your ERASMUS mobility visit the Centre for International Cooperation web page, outgoing students placement tab.
The teaching mobility has the following objectives:

  • to allow students who are unable to participate in a mobility plan to benefit from the knowledge and expertise of university teachers in other European countries;
  • to facilitate the exchange of expertise and experience in teaching methods;
  • to encourage universities to expand and enrich the content of their courses.

The training mobility for teachers and non-teaching staff refers to:

  • Mobility for teachers from a higher education institution to an enterprise (activities can vary greatly, from seminars, workshops to internships).
  • Mobility for administrative and non-teaching staff from a higher education institution to a partner higher education institution.
  • – Mobility for teachers from a higher education institution to a partner higher education institution for academic development.

The mobility is based on existing inter-institutional agreements. The essential condition for awarding any grant is the compliance with a work plan agreed by both partners (the home institution and the host institution /organization).

Additional information

For information about accommodation, required documents and other about your ERASMUS mobility visit the Centre for International Cooperation web page, outgoing teaching stuff/outgoing administrative staff tabs.

If you are a student at our faculty and you are interested in ERASMUS + mobility, consult the lists below to find out our partner universities.
<<>> This page is being updated. If you have any questions about partner universities, please contact the faculty Erasmus coordinator. <<>>

SOCIAL SCIENCES
Addressed to Anthropology, Social Work, Sociology and Human Resources students.

SOCIOLOGY
Addressed to Anthropology, Social Work, Sociology and Human Resources students.

SOCIAL WORK
Addressed to Social Work students.

News

Contact
Ionuț Foldes, Faculty Erasmus coordinator
ionut.foldes@ubbcluj.ro
Anca Chis,
anca.chis@ubbcluj.ro

Meeting and sharing memories with people while studying at the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work UBB will be something to remember!

Sara Parnet, Université Lumière Lyon, Erasmus incoming student 2021/2022

Everything is nice in Cluj. Erasmus is an experience that all students should try, because the only negative thing it has is that it ends.

Cristina Negrut, Universita Degli Studi Gabriele D’Annunzio di Chieti- Pescara, Erasmus incoming student 2021/2022