Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania – Faculty of Sciences and Arts, Cluj-Napoca –

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Conference Venue

The conference will be held at the Sapientia University, in the historic centre of Cluj-Napoca (4, Matei Corvin st).

Cluj-Napoca is one of the most important cities of Transylvania, considered the unofficial capital to the historical province of Transylvania. Being the second largest University town in Romania, with its nine universities it hosts almost 100,000 students.


October is generally pleasant and sunny. Temperatures range from 15 to 25ºC in the day and 5 to 10ºC in the night. However, an umbrella and a few warm clothes can be useful beacuse of the altering weather.


Power is AC 220 V, 50 Hz; electric plugs are like in any other country on the continent

Foreign currency

Exchange offices can be found everywhere in the city, but should be done only in hotels, banks or exchange offices; rates can vary between different offices as much as 5% for the same currency.

Entrance visa

For participants from most of the EU and USA there is no need for an entrance visa. If you have any questions please contact the Romanian Consulate in your country in order to obtain more information.


Calendar of Events

November 2020