This program is addressed to university graduates under Bologna system (3 years) or to those who graduated from long term university study programs (4 years).
Form of study: full time, 2 years, 120 ECTS
For non-subsidized places from the state budget, the tuition fee is 1100 lei/ per semester.
The Master’s Degree Programme “The European model. European Social Economy” is aimed at people engaged in activities in the social economy or those who want to be involved and/or develop organizations with a social vocation. To achieve this requires a better knowledge of European and Romanian context in truly necessary in order to identify the market opportunities and possible funding sources.
The curricular approach is develop following the political science perspective (with connection to international relations and European studies), but – given the nature of the master program’s specialization – it contains also many inter-disciplinary elements, the students assuming basic knowledge in the fields of: political science; sociology; social assistance; public administration; European administration; International Relations and European Studies; law; European law; management; international economic relations; communication and public relations; philosophy; environment.
These acquired skills can also be applied through the involvement of students in the activities developed within the Centre for European Studies, which is an integrated part of the National University.
The Social Economy (called “solidarity economy” or “third sector) grew out of the need to find new and innovative solutions to social, economic and environmental problems in order to deal with the needs of communities and community members who are ignored or insufficiently covered by the public or private sectors’ programs. In recent decades, the social economy has not only claimed the ability to contribute effectively to deal with new social problems, but also has strengthened its position as an indispensable institution for the sustainable and stable economic development. As such, the social economy aims to adapt the existing services to the needs, to increase the value of economic activities that meet social needs and to ensure a more equitable distribution of income and wealth, correcting imbalances within the labour market, thus managing to deepen and strengthen the economic democracy. Given this context, the main mission of the European Model. European Social Economy Master Program is to train specialists in order to meet the demand for qualified people for this market segment that is under process of expansion and diversification. Specifically, graduates may choose to form new business entities in this area such as cooperatives, mutual societies, associations, foundations, etc., or work to existing ones where labour market offers this opportunity.