“Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University is one of the largest private universities in Romania, Europe. Professor Momcilo Luburici Ph.D., and Professor Corina Dumitrescu, Ph.D., the founders of “Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University, have steadily financially and energetically supported this private academic entity so as to be included among the elite higher education institutions in the world. They also chose to name this university after Dimitrie Cantemir, the 18th century Prince philosopher, a representative scholar of the Enlightenment, and member of Berlin Academy of Sciences over the educational and scientific research diligence, as the spiritual figure of the University. “Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University has its main headquarters in Bucharest and branches in Cluj-Napoca and Timișoara. The five faculties in Bucharest offer undergraduate and graduate programs: The Faculty of Juridical and Administrative Science, The Faculty of Tourism and Commercial Management, The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, The Faculty of Education Sciences, and The Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures (with programs for 10 foreign languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, Japanese, Russian Chinese, and Korean as an optional language). The faculties in Cluj-Napoca offer undergraduate and graduate programs for The Faculty of Law and The Faculty of Economical Sciences and the one in Timișoara offer undergraduate and graduate programs for The Faculty of Tourism and Commercial Management.
“Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University has always welcomed international cooperation agreements and collaborative projects with universities, research institutions, public entities, cultural institutes, heritage institutions, non-governmental organizations, and business environment representatives all around the world. DCCU is affiliated with many foreign entities and forms in Europe and all over the world being always open to further international collaborations (dual diplomas, joint undergraduate and graduate programs) which will have a great positive impact on the future development of our higher education institution. The international strategies of the university have covered many directions: congresses, conferences, forums, workshops, invited, guest speakers, visiting professors, ERASMUS exchanges programs for students and teaching staff, internship programs for academics, undergraduate and graduate students, networking projects. “Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University hosts the UNESCO Chair – Culture of Human Rights and Education for Sustainable Development in Pre–School and Primary Education that allows the University to create centers of excellence and innovation on the topics of Agenda 2030 through exchanges and joint research, to strengthen national, regional and international partnerships, networks and consortia.