Why study in Brașov


Brașov, a city with an over 700-year attested history, lies at the foot of Mount Tâmpa. It offers an ideal blend between the natural landscape and the charming medieval architecture. The buildings in the old city center have preserved the city’s cultural heritage: the Gothic style combines with Classic, Renaissance, Baroque, Art Nouveau and with elements of the Brâncoveanu style, all of which is imprinted on the city’s personality.


The newest areas of the constantly expanding city are both residential and industrial, as well as leisure spaces.



Not far from the city, only 12 kilometers away, is the largest ski resort in Romania, Poiana Brașov and, about 30 kilometers away is the Bran Castel, commonly associated with the legend of Dracula.


In the towns around the city of Brasov, there are about 10 fortified churches, two of which, Prejmer and Viscri, are classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

All this, along with the friendliness of the people living here, have turned Brașov into one of the country’s main tourist cities.