Public Health is a new and exciting field that gives you the opportunity to change the world around you. Being a Public Health superhero means saving lives – not only yours, but the lives of your family and friends, the people in your country, and the lives of people around the world – through:

  • Reducing health disparities – fighting for health care equity, quality, and accessibility.

  • Improving the health of your community – education, promoting healthy behavior and lifestyle.

  • Protecting your community – preventive measures against health threats, research for disease and injury prevention.

  • Focusing on entire populations, rather than individuals – protecting the lives of a population that can be as small as a neighborhood or as big as a country.


Choose Cluj School of Public Health.


The first undergraduate program in Public Health taught in English available in Romania and in the Central and Eastern Europe.

The program is running within the College of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences, Babes-Bolyai University. Established in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, a multicultural environment with a long-standing tradition as a leading academic center.


A program that brings an interdisciplinary approach on Public Health, tackling five major fields: Health Policy and Management, Social and Behavioral Health, Epidemiology, Statistics, and Occupational and Environmental Health.

A program designed to link learning, teaching and research, in a way in which theoretical knowledge can be applied and to allow students to focus on their area of interest.


Distinctive learning model created to change the face of higher education. Based on community-oriented programs and activities which combine knowledge and practice, giving students the opportunity to work on the field.

Highly competitive and challenging, but supportive and student-oriented, with experienced professors and mentors that offer a world-class education leading to successful graduates.


The program provides a window to many opportunities and activities that contribute to both the professional and the personal development of scholars, as well as various career perspectives and professional opportunities in a new, dynamic and challenging field.

There are several academic scholarships (study abroad scholarships, internships) available each year for our students.

Career Opportunities

Public Health is a new and exciting field that offers plenty of job opportunities to suit everyone’s interests, needs or skills. As a public health professional you will have a large offer of job perspectives, as well as the opportunity to work in a challenging and dynamic field.

Public health is about preventing health problems before they happen. So, if you feel rewarded working towards improving your life and the life of those around you, then public health is the field for you.

Depending on whether you like to work with numbers, answering questions through research or just love working with people, together with the knowledge and the skills acquired during the program, you can pursue a career in:

Health policy and management, Health administration, Community and Behavioral Health, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Occupational and Environmental Health, Health Promotion

Local, National or International, Private, Public or Nongovernmental sectors

Public Institutions, Private Organizations, NGOs- hospitals, public agencies, health departments, universities, companies, government agencies, or any non-profit organizations focusing on health, policy, wellbeing, vulnerable groups or any other communities and many more

Researchers, professors, health economist, program planners and evaluators, project managers, health policy professionals, health managers, health educators, as well as consultants in an array of public health areas (i.e. injury prevention, maternal and child health, social marketing, health administration, etc.)

Improve population health, increase access to health care, eficientize health systems, improve health management, control infectious diseases, reduce environmental hazards, reduce noncommunicable diseases (such as diabetes and cancer) and their risc factors (such as nutrition, smoking, physical activity), prevent intentional and unintentional injuries and all tipes of violence, combat substance abuse