Here are some testimonials:

It was a pleasure to teach at Romanian-American University. The students are very engaged and eager to learn. Even over the course of our short course, I saw them take what they learned in the class and apply it outside the classroom. ‎The administration at Romanian-American University stands above other Romanian universities. The administration is flexible and accomodating, and encourages students to step beyond their boundaries.
Date of Posting: 29 March 2017
Posted By: Marisa McIsaac
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed teaching the International Relations class where we interacted with a group of bright and very responsive students who wanted to dig deeper into the subject. We also enjoyed the many opportunities to sightsee and visit with other scholars, including a talk I was invited to give at Academia Romana. We felt welcome and very much at home as part of the RAU community. Thank you all for your generous hospitality and for making our visit such a pleasure.
Date of Posting: 29 March 2017
Posted By: Steven Alan Samson, Ph.D.
Professor, Helms School of Government
Teaching in the Erasmus+ mobility program at the Romanian-American University in Bucharest was a wonderful and valuable educational and cultural experience! The administrators and staff at RAU were very professional and helpful in every way. I truly appreciate Vice-Rector Dr. Mihai Sebea's kind and intelligent approach to this program, especially his dedication to the well-being of RAU's students. The students were bright, inquisitive, and genuinely interested in attending my class. They responded well to my questions as well as asked thoughtful and probing questions of their own. I really enjoyed interacting with them and believe we learned a lot from each other. Thank you for the opportunity!
Date of Posting: 20 March 2017
Posted By: John Pottenger
Course: "Public Policy at the Intersection of Democracy, Rights, and Markets", University of Alabama in Huntsville
Teaching and working alongside the Romanian-American University students is always a pleasure. The students’ interactive and dedicated attitudes display their commitment to pursuing a thorough understanding and application of entrepreneurship within their chosen fields. The professionalism of the American Programs Office and Department of International Relations creates both a welcoming and supportive educational environment for both students and faculty.
Date of Posting: 14 December 2016
Posted By: Kelly Masters Melton
Entrepreneurism Course
History of Espionage: This course provided an overview of the evolution of espionage as an instrument of government, business, and powerful families as they set out to advance their interests. Students were able to examine the careers of individual spies such as Oleg Penkovsky and Aldrich Ames whose activities affected the Cold War confrontations between Moscow and Washington.
Date of Posting: 22 November 2016
Posted By: Dr. Stephen Bowers
History of Espionage, Liberty University
ROMANIA – from Communism to Coca-Cola: This three day class explored the impact of communism on East Europe in general and Romania in particular. Students learned about specific leaders such as Ceausescu and police organizations which enforced communist rule. The class also explored the human impact of communism with the creations of the "Romanian Gulag".
Date of Posting: 17 November 2016
Posted By: Dr. Stephen Bowers
ROMANIA – from Communism to Coca-Cola, Liberty University

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