Location: Iaşi is a university city of , in eastern Romania, near the border with Moldova. Romania is the largest of the Balkan countries with dramatic mountain mountain scenery and a coastline on the Black Sea. UAIC is a member of some of the most important university networks and associations and is known for its top level research and student-centered approach to education.
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Students will enjoy the unexpectedly cosmopolitan atmosphere of Iaşi and the opportunity to study at an innovative and historic university in an off-the-beaten path destination.
Location: Iaşi is a university city ofin eastern Romania, near the border with Moldova. It is the second largest city in Romania and a regional economic, cultural, and academic hub. In the heart of the city is the impressive St. Paraschiva Metropolitan Cathedral, a 19th-century Orthodox church built in Italian Renaissance style.
The city boasts numerous other architectural and cultural sites such as the Vasile Alecsandri National Theater, the Moldova State Philharmonic, and a botanical garden that are important to Romania as a whole.
UAIC is one of five universities in the city.
Romania is the largest of the Balkan countries with dramatic mountain mountain scenery and a coastline on the Black Sea. It has seen numerous empires come and go from the Roman, to the Ottoman, to the Austro-Hungarian.