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The campus is situated near Cluj-Napoca in the heart of Transylvania, in the north west of Romania.

It occupies an area of approximately 108.40sqm. Almost 20,000 students and 1000 staff work and study in the campus buildings which houses offices, technical labs and lecture theatres etc. In total the campus has 32 buildings, 4 of which provide residential accommodation for students.
The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca has been awarded with ‘Advanced Research and Education University’ with the Order of the Ministry of National Education.
An enthusiastic team of 11 energy specialists within the Technical University are working on energy reduction initiatives which engage with students and teaching professionals resulting in a commitment across the university to improve energy efficiency and a strong knowledge base on how to achieve this goal. The Technical University is involved in knowledge transfer across the wider community enabling the university to be a catalyst of change for energy efficiency in buildings and industry.
In 2015 the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca was awarded a special Jury prize for the best Romanian energy efficiency initiative, in the frame of the Romanian Energy Awards.

The campus is situated near Cluj-Napoca in the heart of Transylvania, in the north west of Romania.

It occupies an area of approximately 108.40sqm. Almost 20,000 students and 1000 staff work and study in the campus buildings which houses offices, technical labs and lecture theatres etc. In total the campus has 32 buildings, 4 of which provide residential accommodation for students.
The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca has been awarded with ‘Advanced Research and Education University’ with the Order of the Ministry of National Education.
An enthusiastic team of 11 energy specialists within the Technical University are working on energy reduction initiatives which engage with students and teaching professionals resulting in a commitment across the university to improve energy efficiency and a strong knowledge base on how to achieve this goal. The Technical University is involved in knowledge transfer across the wider community enabling the university to be a catalyst of change for energy efficiency in buildings and industry.
In 2015 the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca was awarded a special Jury prize for the best Romanian energy efficiency initiative, in the frame of the Romanian Energy Awards.