Faculty of History 2017-11-13T11:44:15+00:00


11, Carol I Boulevard, Iaşi RO-700506
Telephone: +40 232 20 1056; 20 1057
Fax: +40 232 20 1156
E-mail: istorie@uaic.ro
Website: http://history.uaic.ro

Dean: Professor PhD Petronel ZAHARIUC
Teaching staff: 27
Associate teaching staff: 20
Students: 626

Undergraduate ECTS Study Guide
Master ECTS Study Guide




  • Department of History

 Bachelor degree:

  • History
    • History
    • Archeology
    • Archive Studies

Master’s Degree (4 semesters)

  • History
    • Institutions and Ideologies of the Power in Europe
    • International Relations, Institutions and Organizations
    • Archeology, Ancient Art and Civilisation
    • Cultural Heritage and Cultural Tourism
    • Archive Studies

Doctoral School

  • History

 About the faculty

The Faculty of History is training high qualified specialists for Romanian teaching and history research. History is among the oldest disciplines that have been taught in the higher education system of the Romanian Principalities. In Moldavia it has been present since 1808 (Socola Seminary of Iaşi) and the first Department of History was founded at the Mihăileană Academy, whose director was the illustrious Mihail Kogălniceanu. The nowadays faculty individualized in 1990.

In order to support research among its students, the faculty puts at their disposal a number of resources and facilities:

  • computer room with Internet access and e-mail for students and teachers
  • Archaeology laboratory that gives material restauration possibilities and has a permanent exhibition
  • specialized library, with a stock of 33 500 titles in 36 000 volumes and 394 Romanian and foreign journals
  • special library organized inside the Contemporary History Department

 Research Centres

  • Interdisciplinary Centre for Historical Archaeology Studies
  • “Gh. I. Bratianu” Centre for History
  • Centre for Hebrew and Jewish History
  • Centre for History of International Relations
  • Centre for Classical and Christian Studies
  • Centre for Aegean and Mediterranean Studies
  • Centre for Studies on Communism and Post-communism
  • Centre for Research in Social Elites and Ideology of Power

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