The Public Relations Department's mission is to promote the activities of the Lumina – the University of South-East Europe in academic environment as well as among students and potential candidates.

The main activities of the department are:

  • Managing online communication channels (websites, Facebook accounts, LinkedIn, etc.).
  • Documenting the activities on the campus by means of articles and photos
  • Developing printed promotional materials (brochures, flyers, posters, banners, billboards, etc.)
  • Developing digital promotional materials (video clips, presentations, etc.)
  • Organizing and participating in events with a view to promoting the university among high school students
  • Managing the design, acquisition and distribution of advertising materials
  • Providing PR services for other academic or administrative departments

Lumina University Sports Club organises sports activities and provides services in this field.

Sports activities provide opportunities for both the university's students and staff to use their leisure time to improve their physical and mental health. The main aim is to offer them opportunities to lead a healthy and happy life.

Additionally, the Sports Club aims to develop our students' competitive spirit, to promote positive values through the activities it carries out and to involve each student in at least one sport or sporting activity.

To develop the spirit of community we want our students not to hesitate to engage in one of the activities we organise and to be part of our team helping us with their suggestions and ideas.


The IT Center exists as part of the administrative infrastructure of the university. The main activity of the centre is to build a communication network based on the latest IT technologies and to provide support to their users.

The primary goal of the IT Center is to constantly improve system units, to monitor and implement modern technologies. More specifically, the IT Center aims to establish solid connections with users and to make modern technology part of their natural environment.

The IT Center has several functions specialised on specific subgroups of information technology:

  • software development, creation and development of new software solutions
  • web design, improvement of the visual aspect and web presence of the university
  • development of the entire communications infrastructure, planning and analysis of equipment
  • IT support for users

Lumina – the University of the South-East Europe of Bucharest assumes institutional quality culture as a means of achieving academic excellence in education and scientific research.

Starting from national regulations as to quality assurance in higher education (Law no. 1/2011 - National Education Law, Law no. 87/10.04.2006 regarding the approval of Government Emergency Ordinance no. 75/2005 on quality assurance in education, the Methodology, standards and baseline indicators on quality assessment of university study programmes and higher education institutions, approved by Government Decision no. 1418/2006) and based on the EU policy guidelines in the field of quality assurance in education ("Standards and European Guidelines for Quality Assurance in European Higher Education" developed by ENQA - European Network for Quality Assurance in Higher Education), Lumina – the University of South-East Europe initiated specific procedures regarding the design and implementation of the Quality Management System (QMS).

As a first step to this goal, the bodies and functions related to the assessment and quality assurance have been set up and the main regulations and methodologies pertaining to the QMS in the university have been developed and endorsed by the Interim Body. Stage II aims to develop all procedures (system, operational, and working procedures) on which basis the teaching process and scientific research will function in the university, so that in the end the system might be subject to external evaluation by a recognized body with a view to certification.

The QMS structure is presented in the "Organizational Chart of the Quality Management System in LUMINA - the University of South-East Europe". In order to establish the organizational structure, responsibilities and specific activities related to quality assurance in UESEL was elaborated the "Regulation on the Evaluation and Quality Assurance in LUMINA – the University of South-East Europe".

In accordance with Law no. 87/10.04.2006 regarding the approval of GEO 75/2005 on quality assurance in education, at the level of the university was established the Evaluation and Quality Assurance Committee (EQAC). The composition and functions of this committee are governed by the "Regulation of the Committee for Evaluation and Quality Assurance in LUMINA - the University of South-East Europe".

At the university level, QMS is led by the Quality Assurance Coordinator who establishes, together with EQAC members, the objectives and priorities in the field of quality, pursues their being known and applied in the entire institution, allots QMS resources and verifies their proper use.

The EQAC activity is assisted by a specialized technical service – the Quality Assurance Department (QAD) - which has an executive role, implements EQAC decisions as to achieving quality management through action planning, organizing work teams for drawing up documents and personnel training concerning quality assurance. The structure and tasks of this department are established by the "Regulation on the Organization and Functioning of the Quality Assurance Department of LUMINA - the University of South-East Europe".

At faculty level QMS is headed by the Dean, who establishes at his / her level the strategy, policy, objectives, and priorities of the university in the field of quality, pursuing the knowledge and application in the faculty of both general aspects and of those specific to the faculty. The Dean's representative for QMS, vested with responsibility and authority with an eye to implementing, preserving and improving the QMS at faculty level, is the Faculty Quality Assurance Officer (FQAO). The Quality Commission (QC) is a working body playing at faculty level a similar role as the one played by EQAC at the level of the University.

The responsibility and therefore the authority related to the quality of all QMS processes at the level of the department belong to the head of department. He /she seeks to achieve the general and specific objectives regarding quality within the department, staff training, planning and conducting of evaluations / internal audits and self-assessments. The head of department appoints a Department Quality Assurance Officer (DQAO). His / her tasks are similar to those of the FQAO, but within the department. The head of department is assisted in decision making and planning specific activities as to evaluation and quality assurance by the Quality Team.


The mission of the Scientific Projects Department is to serve and help the management of scientific research and development and to further create an favorable environment for researchers.

The tasks of the Scientific Projects Department are the following:

  • To help members of the academic community with the registration formalities of projects and research activities with relevant institutions
  • To come up with policies and directions for reforms in science and technology
  • To determine the critical zones in scientific and technological development
  • To boost the creation of scientific and technological services in Lumina University
  • To manage the promotion of scientific and technological achievements in the academic environment

The strategy of the Department for International Programmes aims to increase our international reputation with respect to quality education, research and knowledge transfer.

The department facilitates innovation globally in all academic establishments and develops worldwide education and research partnerships.

The Department for International Programmes provides services to the students and teachers of our university coming from other countries in order to minimize the difficulties they might encounter both on their arrival and during their stay in Romania.

It provides information on immigration issues, social and cultural differences and available resources.

The Department for International Programmes plays a vital role in establishing and maintaining relationships with foreign educational institutions:

  • By coordinating student exchanges, selecting and registering them with the partner institution
  • By receiving foreign students and assisting support them during their stay in Romania
  • By concluding bilateral agreements between institutions
  • By coordinating international scholarship programmes

The main aim of this department is to strengthen the cooperation with the rest of society and maintain a continuous dialogue and exchange of knowledge between the university, business environment, local communities and organizations and students.

As UESEL student you can benefit from all these services.

The Career Guidance Department can assist students with information, advice, training and other services helping them:

  • to acquire additional skills that are important for career success
  • to orient oneself and plan one's professional career
  • to write a letter of intent and a CV
  • to find a company for practice or internship

 

Student Services Department

Head of department: Ahmet Dokuyucu

Program: M-F, 09:00-17:00 E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Since college means more than classes and since our students are constantly involved in multiple activities (contests, volunteering, practice and internship, etc.) we have created a department that will listen to their wishes and will always give them the best guidance in order to carry out their plans.

Students may come here for information, suggestions and complaints concerning:

  • student clubs
  • extra-curricular activities
  • events organised by the students (competitions, championships, workshops)
  • students' accommodation
  • other services offered to students

This department can be found on the ground floor, room P60.

 

Secretariats

Program: M-F, 09:00-17:00

Contact: 021.240.30.22 (reception telephone)

 

Restaurant - Buffet

Program: M-F, 09:00-17:00

 

Sports hall

 

Fitness center

 

Accountancy

Program: M-F, 09:00-17:00 E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


The Faculty of Engineering has six laboratories equipped with cutting edge technology, electronic devices produced by prestigious companies, both instrumentation and control systems and hardware platforms for the development of specific applications. All labs are equipped with computers, workstations, graphical stations and high-performance networks on which are installed licensed software packages, for general or specialised use.

Physics and Atomic Spectroscopy Lab

Laboratory platforms cover several branches of physics, such as wave optics (interference, polarization and diffraction of light), oscillations and mechanical waves (forced and maintained oscillations), longitudinal elastic waves (wavelength determination in the air in the case of acoustic waves). The most spectacular are those which are based on the Compton effect or the photoelectric effect (determining the Planck constant).

Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab

In this lab, students can design electronic circuits, printed circuit boards, electronic equipment and systems for analogue or digital signal processing. The main courses that are carried out in this laboratory are: Digital Integrated Circuits, Analogue Integrated Circuits, CAD techniques in designing electronic modules, etc.

Communication Systems Laboratory

This laboratory is dedicated especially to the students of the Department of Telecommunications Systems and Technologies who participate in the design, production and use of circuits and digital communication systems on various channels (wire, radio, microwave, optical fibre). The following courses organize laboratory activities: Microwaves, Data Communications, Optical Communications, Telephone Communication Systems, etc.

Electrical and Electronic Measurements Lab

In this lab the students of the Faculty of Engineering Sciences participate in activities related to the development, execution and coordination of testing, checking and evaluation of electronic and telecommunications systems, the design and operation of measurement and control equipment. Among the subjects hosted by the Laboratory of Electronics Bases we can cite: Measurements in Electronics and Telecommunications, Automation in Electronics and Telecommunications, Electromagnetic Compatibility, etc.

 

Coding and Information Security Lab

Addressed especially to the students from Information Technology, this laboratory facilitates the development of modern algorithms for processing and classifying information for the purpose of compressing information, protecting against perturbation and unauthorized access to the information contained in a message. The subjects that will be held in this laboratory include: Audio and Video Compression, Automatic Speech Processing, Communications and Information Security, etc.

Radio Communications Lab

In this lab, students can participate in the design and operation of fixed and mobile radio communications systems. These domains are studied using the following subjects: Radio Communications, Antennas and Radio Wave Propagation, Systems and Networks of Mobile Radio Communications, Systems and Broadband Communication Techniques, etc.

 


Besides the academic staff, the university's structure also includes an administrative apparatus, whose task is to support the activities of the teaching process.

The administrative departments are led by the General Manager who is directly subordinated to the Rector of the university and has the following structure:

  • Financial Manager
    • Accounting
    • Library
    • Cafeteria
  • Head of Student Affairs
    • Student Social Service
    • Student Clubs
    • Lumina Sports Club
    • Medical Office
  • Administrative Manager
    • Human Resources
    • Protocol
    • Maintenance
    • Technical and Administrative Department
    • Occupational Safety and Health and Fire Fighting and Fire Prevention
    • Constructions, investments, acquisitions
  • Legal Service
  • General Secretariat
  • Public Relations
  • Graphical Design
  • IT Network Administration

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