TUIASI is among the oldest and well-known institutions from Romania, having an important tradition in engineering, scientific and cultural education, with a distinguishable presence on the international level. The university trains engineers with high qualifications, able to respond quickly and efficiently to the requirements of innovation, research and economic development. Moreover, the university caries on programs designed to continuously upgrade the engineers` professional skills imposed by the tendencies appeared at a global level.
The university is highly receptive to the embracement of the European system values, both in education in research, being fully aware of the importance of its both national and international responsibilities. Auspiciously, the institution plans to develop the curriculum, to join the mobility schemes and the integrated programs of study, education and research. The Technical University has managed to strengthen its standards and achieve globally certified outstanding progress. Specifically, all of the TUIASI development indicators support that assessment. These include diversification of specialization, the number of students and faculty members, research field decision-making autonomy, international cooperation opportunities and quality of education in most specialties.
The university has resources of intelligence and creativity, as well as the necessary competence for accomplishing the complex mission to generate, preserve, disseminate and apply the accumulated scientific knowledge. It is concerned with establishing a system for quality assurance and academic excellence in teaching, scientific research and education, system based on the criteria and the methodologies compatible with those from the European countries.
Technical University of Moldova (TUM) is the only one higher technical educational accredited institution in Moldova. Since its founding in 1964 it has trained more than 80000 engineers. TUM has 9 faculties, includes about 740 academic staff and about 9520 students. TUM objectives: to develop the value of the national engineering education through the quality of education as a determinant of the competitiveness of human potential; development of scientific research as a crucial component in professional engineering. TUM offers 64 study programs at cycle I, 43 at cycle II and 37 PhD programs. Since 2005 the educational process is structured in three cycles according to the Bologna Process. Studies at TUM are organized under the ECTS recognized in the EHEA. 4 bachelors and 1 master programs were accredited by international agencies AQAS, EKKA, ARACIS. Currently TUM programs are in the process on national accreditation. Since 1964 the Doctorate has been active in the institution. Presently there are 136 PhD students, led by 110 scientific leaders. More than 400 scientific-teaching laboratories, including the National Center for Space Technologies, operate in the University’s structure.
Currently, over 4,000 students are studying at the State Agrarian University of Moldova (UASM) in 6 faculties comprising 25 specialties in the first cycle, 22 specialties in the second cycle and 24 scientific specialties in the third cycle. The institution has a valuable intellectual potential and a rich infrastructure for teaching activities, scientific research, and provides students with good quality social, cultural and sports services. The State Agrarian University of Moldova has national accreditation, is part of the Association of Francophone Universities, maintains collaboration relations with 83 universities and research institutions in Europe, Asia and North America, and is open to international cooperation. There are 16 scientific research laboratories within the university, including one accredited by the National Accreditation Center of the Republic of Moldova. UASM remains an institution specializing in higher agronomic education of national and European level, with the aim of training qualified engineers in agriculture, horticulture, architecture and construction, environmental engineering, animal husbandry, law, economics and veterinary medicine.