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I am honored to be the first professor from National Central University in Taiwan to teach a 5-day course at the Romania-American University under Erasmus+ program. With easy walking access to Piata Presei depot, it’s quite convenient to visit the city, such as the Old Town area by bus 361, as well as the suburb, such as Snagov Monastery (the tomb of Vlad the Impaler) by regional bus R446. In my Contemporary Managerial Psychology class, students were very responsive, with great command of English. You can see their motivation and appreciation, evidenced by a student’s e-mail: “Thank you for helping us with the course and showing us what a truly passionate professor is.” It was a great exchange experience.
Date of Posting: 19 December 2019
Posted By: Ben-Roy-Do
It had great pleasure teaching at RAU and exploring a new culture. The students at RAU are dedicated and eager to learn. We had some excellent discussions during the class, both at the core of the course and other stuff related to Romania in general. Also, I would like to thank the staff at RAU, who provided us with all possible assistance.
Date of Posting: 19 December 2019
Posted By: Mohammad Al-Zinati, Ph.D.
I enjoyed teaching a five day course at the Romanian-American University, which was made possible via the Erasmus+ mobility teaching program. The course was entitled “Marketing Communication Essentials” and exposed students to an introduction to Marketing Communication, Creative Strategy and Execution, Sales Promotion, and Experiential Marketing. The classes were very interactive and the students responded well to audio-visual material and the practical teaching. Most of the students delivered an excellent standard of work for their final assessment, which was to create a 30 second television advertisement promoting themselves to a company for whom they wanted to work!
Date of Posting: 17 December 2019
Posted By: Rodney Duffett
It was a pleasure spending the teaching week at RAU.
Students are very technical and have excellent command of English
Date of Posting: 30 November 2019
Posted By: Luay Alawneh, Ph.D.
Software Engineering Department, Jordan University of Science & Technology
I had the pleasure of providing a 3-day course at the Romanian-American University in November 2018. RAU proved itself very proactive and decided to offer their students a course on one of the newest and most challenging threat we have nowadays in criminal investigations, the use of cryptocurrency to lauder the proceeds of crime. I was extremely surprised by the perfect organisation of the event, and by the students who were interested and willing to learn. My colleague Phyllis Atkinson and I, felt encouraged and rewarded by their enthusiasm and interaction, and look forward to being back again at the Romanian-American University.
Date of Posting: 21 December 2018
Posted By: Federico Paesano
My colleague, Federico Paesano, and I spent a particularly rewarding and fulfilling 3 days teaching at the Romanian-American University during November. Our hosts, Silvia and Alex Tabusca, were most welcoming and generous with their time, and the students willing to learn and engage with us. Although this was the first time we conducted training within a university setting as our target audience usually includes anti-corruption practitioners (investigators and prosecutors), the students threw themselves into the practical work and showed a commitment to understanding more about the use of cryptocurrencies, particularly Bitcoin, to launder the proceeds of crime. Federico and I were most encouraged by their enthusiasm and interaction, and appreciated their positive feedback. We look forward to continuing our collaboration with the university.
Date of Posting: 21 December 2018
Posted By: Phyllis Atkinson
This was my venture in teaching at RAU. I will fondly remember the moment I landed at OTP. Dean Negricea welcomed me in the wee hours (2am). I never received such a warm reception anywhere. The next few days were no exception. I've taught outside the US a few times. Never did I see the students and faculty show so much respect and warmth. Most of the students showed great enthusiasm in learning Strategic Marketing from an American professor. The course website was very promptly updated everytime I needed to post any item. Hard copies of materials were made available promptly. The classes were audio-visually equipped. Overall it was an experience any visiting professor would love to repeat.
Date of Posting: 27 March 2018
Posted By: Mahmood Hussain
San Francisco State University
We found that Bucharest is a very interesting city with much to offer. George Ionescu offered us a heart-warm greeting and even took us out to lunch at an Italian restaurant in Bucharest, where the cuisine and meal were impressive. He also provided a short tour while reflecting on some of the history of the area. My wife and I further explored ‘Old Town’ and were even able to tour the National Museum of Romanian History.
The students were very disciplined and impressive to work with. Each day we had good discussions on reading material related to Corporate Social Responsibility from a European standpoint. Daily Discussion Questions offered a good way to reflect on the various topics, incorporating not only assigned reading, but also information from their majors and backgrounds. Overall, the students drive and determination will enable them to stand out in today’s world.
Date of Posting: 15 March 2018
Posted By: Dave Nelson, Ph.D.
School of Management University of Michigan-Flint
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

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