International Students

B.A. in Sociology (English Program)

Master of Research in Sociology

Join the Master of Research in Sociology (MoRiS) at the University of Bucharest for two years of research experience covering in-depth exploration of lively social spaces, advanced methods and techniques of interpreting evidence, theoretical orientation, and professional scientific authorship.

Since 2009 MoRiS has offered students an English-language curriculum focused on kindling research intuition and meticulous theoretical and methodological knowledge. Students and faculty work jointly in investigative projects carrying them from inception to finalization, discussing all along the challenges of acquiring novel evidence-based understandings.

The Master of Research in Sociology focuses on advanced sociological research. Courses are designed as gateways to current conceptual and methodological debates within sociological and social research communities. Students are encouraged to develop and work on their own research interests, to make sense of empirical evidence and to acquire public presentation skills while developing their research projects.

You can find out more about the program here:

Erasmus Program

Our school has a tradition of over 15 years and over 30 ERASMUS agreements signed with other sociology, social work, and anthropology departments from prestigious universities in 12 European countries. During the last 10 years approximately 150 of our students went to study in partner universities, taking classes at the B.A. and M.A. level and achieving remarkable results.

Each year one or two professors from our department are also invited for short stages of several days as visiting-professors in ERASMUS partner universities, where they teach various courses, hold workshops and organize conferences for the students in these universities.

Also during the past 10 years, approximately 60 foreign students in the ERASMUS program have participated in courses taught in our Faculty of Sociology and Social Work. During the last 3 or 4 years, our ERASMUS agreements portfolio has significantly increased. Our goal is to not only increase the number of agreements, but also to increase the number of students in our faculty who go to study abroad and gain notable achievements. These students, together with our visiting foreign students within the ERASMUS program are the long-term ambassadors for the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work.

You can find a list of partner institutions in the ERASMUS program for our students during the 2016-2017 academic year here.