Faculty of Letters

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Ranked by the QS International Assessment of universities (Quacquarelli Symonds World Universities Rankings) among the first 100-150 faculties of modern languages in the world, the Faculty of Letters from Cluj offers a broad range of undergraduate, master's and doctoral programmes. Candidates may choose one combination of two specialisations of a native language and literature (Romanian, Hungarian, German), a modern language (English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian, Norwegian, Finnish), an Asian language (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) a classical language (Latin, ancient Greek, Hebrew), and Comparative and universal literature, Applied modern languages, Ethnology and folklore. In the current context of globalization, mastering several languages gives graduates a major advantage for employment. Join us!

  • Address: 31 Horea Street, RO-400202, Cluj-Napoca
  • Tel.: +40 264 532238
  • E-mail: litereadmitereliniaromana@lett.ubbcluj.ro, litereadmitereliniamaghiara@lett.ubbcluj.ro
  • Web: lett.ubbcluj.ro



Philology Field

  1. Romanian Literary Studies (in Romanian)
  2. History of Images - History of Ideas (in Romanian)
  3. The Romanian Language in Roman Language context (in Romanian)
  4. Hungarian Linguistics and Literary Studies (in Hungarian)
  5. Current Orientations in Linguistics (in English and French)
  6. British Cultural Studies (in English) - full time
  7. Literature and Civilization - Intercultural Dialogue in Francophone Space (in French)
  8. Irish Studies (in English) - full time
  9. German Studies in European Context (in German)
  10. Multilingual and Multicultural Communication (in Italian, French, Spanish, Romanian)
  11. Romanian as a Foreign Language/Second Language
  12. Finnish Linguistic and Literary Studies (in Finnish)
  13. European Master’s in Translation Studies and Terminology (in Romanian, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish)
  14. European Master’s Programme in Conference Interpreting (in Romanian, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish)

Cultural Studies Field

  1. Culture and Society - Tradition and Modernity (in Hungarian)

Selection criteria:

  • Graduation exam score (1/3 of the admission score)
  • Average diploma programme score (1/3 of the admission score)
  • Research proposal grade (1/3 of the admission score) - written (will be submitted upon application)
  • For the European Master’s Programme in Conference Interpreting: interpreting skills test and motivation letter
  • For the European Master’s in Translation Studies and Terminology: translation project and motivation letter

Tie-breaker criteria (for all specialisations):

  • Graduation exam score
  • 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.. 50 -

MASTER'S LEVEL - Admission registration

Specialisation / Field

Master's Level (lei)

Full time Part time
All specialisations. 200 -