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Constantin Brâncuși University

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Constantin Brâncuși University

Constantin Brâncuși University of Targu Jiu (Universitatea "Constantin Brâncuși" din Tg-Jiu) is a university in the city of Târgu Jiu, Romania. It was established in 1990 and has five faculties and three additional departments. It is named after the artist Constantin Brâncuși.

  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
  • Faculty of International Relations, Law and Administrative Sciences
  • Faculty of Physical Education, Humanities and Physical Therapy
  • Faculty of Nursing, Arts and Education Sciences
  • Department of Teacher Training
  • Department of Distance Learning and Continuing Education

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  • Universitatea "Constantin Brâncuşi" din Tg-Jiu (Romanian with some English sections)

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