Welcome to the Faculty of Silviculture and Forest Engineering

 

    Our faculty provides the following BSc programmes: Forest Management (since 1948), Forest Engineering (1948), Game management (2005) and Terrestrial measurements and cadastre (2005). All BSc programmes have a duration of 4 years. The Faculty also offers two Master degree programmes with duration of 2 years: Forest Ecosystem Management and Management and Technical Systems in Forest Engineering. The school also has doctoral degree programs in the field of Forest Sciences.

    The faculty has collaboration agreements with the main forest administrators in the country (Forest State Service – RNP ROMSILVA and the Association of Forest Administrators), Ministry of Environment, forest companies, administrations of natural areas, cadastre offices and companies, Environmental Agencies.

    Students and academic staff can benefit from the exchange mobility projects in which the Faculty of Forest Sciences is involved: Erasmus programme, CEEPUS, EU-Canada MACOFOR project, bilateral agreements with other Forestry Faculties in Europe (e.g. Brasov-Freiburg).

    The faculty has two research centers which are located in the Research and Development Institute (ICD) of the University of Transilvania. The academic staff coordinates basic and applied research projects and provides technical assistance in the field of forestry. The current research projects are financed by National Research Council (CNCS), European Commission (Life program, South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Program), Forest State Service, private forest districts and companies.

  Management of the Faculty

 
  The Faculty Council (FC) is composed of members elected for a 4-year-term.

Faculty Council

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