Muhammed Yaylaci, Turkey, Erasmus student at the Journalism Department from February to June 2013
Before I came here in February this year, I did not know anything about Cluj nor about this faculty. It was also the first time I was going to a foreign country and I was very excited.
Now I really love Romania, and Cluj is a historical city. I met a lot of foreign people in here… German, Romanian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, French and so on…
Actually, the Erasmus programme has gone very fast! I would’ve loved to stay here a little longer, I spent fun time and I learned a lot about life here.
The faculty is very nice and not crowded. It is also technologically well-equipped. From this perspective, there’s no similarity my home school in Turkey, where the classes are so crowded that sometimes we almost can’t speak to the teacher. There’s sometimes a participation of 200-300 students per course, which makes it difficult to learn. Here, on the other hand, is the ideal place for me. It is a very nice college, with insightful tutors and lecturers. I wish I could stay a little more, but I have to go. Thank you so much for everything.