The Reformed Diocese of Transylvania and Sapientia University of Transylvania, in cooperation with the Department of Law, launched a dormitory for high-scoring law students called Collegium Iuridicum in autumn 2018. It provides accommodation, community space, lecture and research facilities, and a library for students participating in the program.
The Board of Directors of the Reformed Diocese of Transylvania decided on 22 March 2018, and the Executive Council of Sapientia University decided on 28 March 2018 to establish the College of Law, which began operations the following academic year, in autumn 2018. The Faculty of Art and Sciences launched bilingual law studies in Cluj in September 2010, and the institution aims to train and develop the students of the Faculty by launching the Collegium Iuridicum. The Collegium helps students to prepare for state and professional examinations; it is designed to support students' research activities and help them achieve their professional and academic goals.
SAPIENTIA HUNGARIAN UNIVERSITY OF TRANSYLVANIA
The Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania is the independent university of the Hungarian community in Romania, which aims at providing education to the members of our community and performing scientific research on a high professional level.
Faculty of Sciences and Arts, Cluj-Napoca
Address: 400193 Cluj-Napoca, Calea Turzii no. 4, Cluj County, Romania