Studying in Cluj

Students can receive places in the Hasdeu and Economics Campuses. Places in the home are distributed in the order of the media, based on a request. This application will be submitted to the Permanent Admissions Office at the time of confirmation.

Students wishing to rent find a lot of offers in the weekly Market A to Z, which is also on Tuesday at Prices vary according to location, endowments and the year (autumn, when students come, prices are usually low).

Students from all specialties, regardless of the form of education, can dine at Cantina Hasdeu, located in the campus with the same name, on the street B. P. Haşdeu, no. 45. There is only lunch, self-service, a soup menu, the second and dessert costs about 10 lei. The canteen is open from Monday to Friday between 12-20 and Saturday and Sunday between 12-15.

Other places where students can dine at reasonable prices:

Lunchbox, Bdul 21 December 1989, no.128-130 vis-à-vis BRD Marasti (alley with RATUC).

Student Restaurant USAMV, Str. Moţi, Nr. 74-76, (located next to Children's Hospital). Schedule: 08.00-11.00 and 15.00-20.00. The student restaurant operates as a la carte menus.

Restaurant Studenţesc UMF, Str. Babeş, Nr. 12 (street that streets the clinics in BCU). The restaurant offers fixed menus that vary every week.

Student canteen Mărăşti, Str. Sugar factory, Nr. 58. Schedule: Monday-Friday 12-18.00.

Student Observatory Cantina, Str. Observator nr. 34 (located in the student observatory complex). Schedule: Mon-Fri 11-19.00.

City Hall canteen, Str. Emile Zola, Nr. 5, Schedule: Monday-Friday 11-16.

For a lighter orientation and for you to find the places you are interested in, I have marked on a map of the city the places where you can study, sport, have fun or have dinner.

Also, for a deeper map of the city, we recommend the one on the Cluj4all website.

For public transport routes, you have the RATUC site option.

Number of rooms

The two buildings of the faculty have a different numbering. In the old building (the yellow one), the rooms are numbered on the floor principle (Roman number) / room (Arabic number). Thus, Hall III / 4 translates to room 4 on the third floor. In the new building (the white one), the numbering is similar to the one in the 3-digit Arab hotels, where the first digit is the one on the floor and the next 2 are the room number. Hall 101 means the first floor, hall 1.