In addition to education, we want to offer our students various opportunities for socialization within the faculty, providing them with a wide range of extracurricular activities.
At this point, students can choose from:
- Board Games Night
- The Football Championship
- Applied Research Club
- Time for you
- FSPAC Mountain Club
- 50mm Photoclub
- FSPAC Library Club
- Media History Club
- FSPAC Debate Club
- Photoshop Studen Club
- Political Science Students’ Society
- Touché theater
- Volleyball FSPAC
- Basketball FSPAC
- A hot meal
- Anime and Japanese Culture Club
- Video Production Club
Every Wednesday evening, at 20:20, in room 101, the films that you voted for on the dedicated blog, or the ones presented by department members, are projected. After the projection, we stick around for a debate (a heated debate, usually) based on the movie.
Board Games Night
Whether you enjoy playing board games or are just curious about what keeps people sitting next to a board for hours, join us every Thursday, at 20:15, in room IV/1 or IV/3, for a few hours of relaxation and/or anger (depending on whether you win or lose). If you ever played Risk, Scrabble or Monopoly, or if you are merely curious to learn what’s with all the plastic soldiers and what drives them into battle, why a locomotive is better than a railroad car, or why it’s not easy being a Dungeon Lord, you’re welcome to join us!
Contact: Adrian Hudrea (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Football Championship
Every spring (usually during April or May), teachers from the Public Administration Department organize the Faculty Football Championship, in which teams consisting of students and teachers of every department are invited to play.
Contact: Nicolae Urs (email@example.com)
Applied Research Club
For those who feel courses are not enough and want to learn more about how to make a research project, how to design research, and how to interpret data in a more detailed manner, registration in the research lab is the best idea!
Contact: George Vlas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Time for you
The prayer and spiritual meditation Time for you group aims to offer our students and teachers a framework for discussions on spiritual and moral topics. Also, the group aims to initiate charity projects.
Contact: Cristian Vesa (email@example.com)
FSPAC Mountain Club
A group of students from our college who are mountain lovers and passionate about hiking founded the FSPAC Mountain Club in November 2012. Its main aims are organizing and promoting ecological, touristic and mountain activities and promoting a responsible attitude towards the environment and the community.
The club is made up of people who appreciate beauty in all its shapes and love photography, all current and former students of FSPAC. Founded in March 2010, the club aims to unite its members’ powers and lens milimeters, in order to make photographic projects within the faculty.
Contact: Ioana Filipaș (firstname.lastname@example.org)
FSPAC Library Club
Founded by students-loyal customers of the library, this club aims to increase the interaction between the students and involve them in various cultural activities organized between FSPAC. Also, the club periodically organizes outdoor activities, under the motto ”mens sana in corpore sano”.
Contact: Claudiu Jacotă (email@example.com)
Media History Club
FSPAC Debate Club
The debate club within FSPAC was founded in 2002, in collaboration with the Romanian Association for Debate, Oratory and Rhetoric, and it organizes public speaking trainings, periodical demonstrative debates, weekly meetings and competitions. There are various topics which represent only a pretext for practicing public speaking abilities, critical thinking and logic argumentation.
Photshop Student Club
Founded at the beginning of 2013-2014 academic year, the club aim is to offer the students an environment where they can practice and highlight their capacity of creating logos, posters, visit cards, invitations etc. The friendly meetings take place every Monday, at 20:00, in room III/4.
StudentPress.ro is a general news portal which aims to promote young journalists. If you like to write and you are interested in developing your journalistic skills, we want you in the StudentPress.ro team! You will benefit from constant feedback, observations, advices and permanent support, in order for all your articles to have a professional approach.
Political Science Students’ Society
Contact: Anatolie Coșciug (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Contact: Andra Sfetcu (email@example.com)
Contact: Bogdan Rusu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Contact: Bogdan Rusu (email@example.com)
The club is opened for students who think of themselves as active, organized, selfless and optimistic persons. Within the club, they can implement creative and bold ideas for a better community. If you wish to make friends that think like you, to put your ideas into practice and to grow on many levels, feel free to join us!
Started in June 2013 by teachers of the Political Science Department, the project aims to provide a hot meal weekly, in Piața Muzeului, for dozens of needy people. Every Thursday, the volunteers cook and serve meals made after new recipes.
If you wish to help and support the project, join us as a volunteer (email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details) or donate in the „O masă caldă” box from the lobby.
ReBranders is a project of AIESEC Romania which aims to facilitate the access of internationals at Babeș-Bolyai University, by internship programs. The main goal of this project is to create a work space for young people around the world in Romanian institutions and faculties and also to develop and improve their strategies in issues of marketing, branding and promoting.
At the beginning of 2014, our college became partners with AIESEC for the ReBranders project, hosting, in February and June 2014, the ReBranders 3.0 (Thomas Betavio and Difa Aresa from Indonesia, Hector Guevara from Mexico and John Chang from Taiwan) and Rebranders 4.0 (Starry Lam from Hong Kong, Trang Nguyen from United Kingdom, Luis Garcia and Arturo Bustillos from Mexico) teams.
Our club offers a peek into the Land of the Rising Sun, trying to learn its customs, traditions, mysteries, and also what’s hidden behind the anime TV series, which in Japan are considered “movies without actors”.
Meetings are held every Wednesday, at 20:00, in Room III/4.
A club for FSPAC students that enjoy filming and edition video materials.