Faculty of Law

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The beginnings of law education in Cluj go back to the end of the sixteenth century. For over three centuries education was conducted in Latin, German and Hungarian. Beginning with 1919, after the unification of Transylvania with Romania, teaching was done in Romanian. Among the first teachers in the Faculty of Law of the Dacia Superior University there were famous personalities in the field of law such as: professor Victor Onişor, author of the first complete textbook of administrative law in the country, professor Traian Pop, penal law and criminologist with extensive activity in the two areas, professor Romulus Boilă, a specialist in constitutional law; Ion Cătuneanu, Roman law professor; Vasile Dimitriu, professor of business law and the first elected rector of the University of Cluj; Camil Negrea, professor of local civil law and also rector of the university; Emil Haţieganu, former honorary member of the Romanian Academy.

  • Address: 11 Avram Iancu Street, RO-400089, Cluj-Napoca
  • Tel.: +40 264 450443
  • E-mail: admitere@law.ubbcluj.ro
  • Web: law.ubbcluj.ro



Law Field

  1. Forensic Science and Criminology- 2 semesters (in Romanian)
  2.  Selection criteria:

    • Written test in Romanian language based on a posted theme
  3. Private Law Institutions - 2 semesters (in Romanian)

 Selection criteria:

  • Interview and assessment of application file
  1.  European and National Business Law - 2 semesters (in Romanian)

Selection  Selection criteria:

  • File submitted by each candidate (50%) and interview (50%)
  1.  EU Private Law - 2 semesters (in Hungarian)

Selection criteria:

  •   Submitting CV and cover letter, and interview conducted in Hungarian based on posted theme
  1. International and Comparative Business Law - 2 semesters (in English)

Selection criteria:

  • Interview in English and evaluation of submitted file.

Tie-breaker criteria (for all degree programmes):

  • Score of the graduation exam
  • Undergraduate years of study overall grade

Admission fee for Romanian citizens, European Union Citizens, European Economic Area citizens and Swiss Confederation citizens for the 2024 / 2025 academic year

EU: European Union; EEA: European Economic Area; SC: Swiss Confederation;

  • For tax reductions or waivers, please see our Admissions Regulations

MASTER'S LEVEL - Admission Process

Specialisation / Field

Master's Level (lei)

Full time Part time
All specialisations.. 30 -

MASTER'S LEVEL - Admission registration

Specialisation / Field

Master's Level (lei)

Full time Part time
All specialisations. 220 -