The Organizer of the scientific event is the Domestic and International Economy of Tourism School from Romanian - American University, higher education institution accredited by Law 274 from May 15th, 2002, and very appreciated at both levels, intern and internationally, in the field of education and also in the field of scientific research.
Romanian-American University was founded in 1991, having as aim the promotion of educational values of American higher education system amid the rich traditions of Romanian education. The initiative for setting up the Romanian-American University belonged to Professor Ioan Smedescu, Ph.D., which, according to legal regulations in force, is also the founder of the Romanian-American University.
In 2009, Romanian-American University has been accredited institutional by ARACIS with "Full Trust" unanimously. By everything that the Romanian-American University has accomplished so far, it has consolidated its position in the national system of education, and its activity has got new aspects, necessary in the context of a harsh competition on the highly qualified labour market from Romania and all over the world. The accomplishment of its mission and objectives has contributed to the increase of its fame among the Romanian universities, proving to be a viable alternative to the public high education.
RAU now offers a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate programs taught in Romanian, each offering personalized student opportunities and services and distinct educational philosophies, as well as two Bachelor programs fully taught in English: Computer Science for Economics and International Business. There are also opportunities for an MBA program in partnership with De Sales University, for additional short-term courses taught in English by outstanding international professors and guest speakers from top management positions (Americans and Europeans), and also for internships in institutions that are relevant to student qualifications: banks and other financial institutions, National Administration of Customs, hotels, airlines and tour-operators, companies and consultancy firms, European institutions etc.
RAU runs an Office for European Programs (with expertise in implementing Leonardo da Vinci and Erasmus projects since 2001), a Lifelong Learning Department, an IATA Authorized Training Center (one of the three IATA ATC’s in Romania); a Romanian-Japanese Studies Center; a Microsoft Development Center; a Career Guidance Center. Moreover, RAU has a tradition in organizing International Summer Schools (in partnership with The University of Alabama in Huntsville) and other interdisciplinary events in partnership with public institutions and international companies (Portuguese Embassy, Camoes Institute, US Embassy, Japan Embassy, Martifer Group, Japan Tobacco International, Toyota etc.).
In recent years, Romanian-American University has organized over 30 scientific meetings, on which occasion, a big amount of study and research themes from the annual Research Program were used and disseminated in scientific academic world among researchers and specialists from research institutes and also from small and medium companies.
ROMANIA AND BUCHAREST
Being one of the largest countries in Europe (the size of the United Kingdom or roughly half of France), Romania has a surface of 237,502 sq. km and a population of approx. 22 million inhabitants. Often compared to a "Latin island in a Slav sea", Romania features a unique familiar feeling in Eastern Europe: its language of a Latin origin, the Latin alphabet (quite rare in this part of Europe) and, moreover, the Latin personality and friendliness of its people - all making Romania a place where visitors feel very comfortable. The most outstanding attractions in Romania are: the enchanting monasteries of Bucovina, the Danube Delta, the largest natural reserve in Europe, a paradise for fishermen and birdwatchers, Transylvania - "the Land across the Woods", unspoiled countryside, with traditional rural civilization still alive, the Carpathian Resorts and Natural Parks etc.
Known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, glorious Belle Époque buildings and a reputation for the high life (which in the 1900s earned its nickname of "Little Paris"), Bucharest, Romania's largest city and capital as well, is today a bustling metropolis. The nation's centre of cultural and economic life, it was founded more than 500 years ago and, despite the massive reconstruction of the 1980s, it remains a Garden City, leafy and pleasant, with cafes open on sidewalks in the summer, and with boats on its lakes and rivers. It also became very popular for its tremendous nightlife and various entertainment options.
We invite educators, researchers, Ph.D. students and all professionals working in both public & private sectors to submit the scientific papers for the Conference.