Summer University 2017

 

mania. ROmania: Where the mountains meet the sea!

Open Call!

Organized by AEGEE-Bucureşti & AEGEE-Sibiu

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What's so special about this Summer University?
You'll have it all! The capital city, the mountains, the sea, the people, the smiles, the cheap and great food.
You don’t want to know what is going to happen, how are we going to do it…you and I both know that your true question is “why?”
#WHY: 10 Reasons
1. Romanians know how to have fun (JUST TRUST US WITH THIS ONE) 2. You’ll get 4 vacations in 1 (city, mountains, the sea and the Danube) 3. Night life in Bucharest is better than the one in Las Vegas (We’ve never been to Las Vegas, but Bucharest is definitely cheaper) 4. The fresh air of the mountains in Transylvania is the ultimate hangover remedy 5. You can't call it a great summer without caching the sunrise by the sea 6. We believe in our skills and we always wanted to make an X project 7. A romanian drinking party is on your wish list 8. You think that absinthe is a strong drink but you want to be proved wrong 9. We want to make friends, learn, travel and make these 2 weeks unforgettable 10. Our wifi connections is one of the best in the world. Ha!Ha!
now that you got our answers let's register and do this! It wont be the same without you! PS. We know you secretly want to meet us.

General Information:

From: Monday, July 17th
To: Monday, July 31st
Starts in: Bucharest
Ends in: Sibiu
Type: Travelling Summer University info_outline
Thematic categories: Civic Education / Green SU
Fee: 196€ info_outline
30 Friends
Accomodation: Student Dormitories
Confirmation: Pay 50% of the fee in advance
Optional fee: 34€
Used for: Danube Delta
Alternative: Tulcea City Tour
Language: English
Special equipment needed: Equipment for hiking, swimming suits
Suited for disabled people: No

Theme:

You only live once! Let's have an impact! Let’s break the stereotypes!

Contact:

Phone: 0761437536

Our ideal participant:

    • In love with nature
    • Adventure Seeker
    • Restless
    • World changer

Activities:

    Bucuresti:
  • TREASURE HUNT: OLD CITY CENTER
  • The Palace of Parliament
  • Village Rally
  • Constanta:
  • Bonfire
  • Beach games
  • Flashmob - Stay civic! Have fun!
  • 3 Castle Visiting Maraton
  • Danube Delta:
  • Discovering Nature
  • Survival Course
  • Brasov:
  • Peles Castle
  • Bucegi Mountains Hiking
  • City Tour
  • 7 Leaders Canyon
  • Sibiu:
  • Brukenthal National Museum
  • Village Museum Visit

Course Information:

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Timetable: s
Course level: Beginner
Course given by: a
Equipment: s
Supported by University: No

Join the Summer University and visit:

București

An energetic, dynamic and fun city, Bucharest is the capital of Romania, known for the cheap nightlife and for the splendid 17th- and 18th-century buildings.

Constanța

Fine mansions and hotels were built in the 19th century when King Carol I decided to revive Constanta as a port and seaside resort. Being a coastal Black Sea town in southern Dobruja, Romania, the second most important city in the country and, during summer, a beautiful touristic city Constanta is Romania's largest seaport, a great city to begin to explore the wonders of the sea.

Brașov

Fringed by the peaks of the Southern Carpathian Mountains and resplendent with gothic, baroque and renaissance architecture, as well as a wealth of historical attractions, Brasov is one of the most beautiful places in Romania.

Sibiu

Sibiu is a pedestrian-friendly city with two easily accessible levels: the Upper town, home to most of Sibiu's historic sights, and the Lower town, lined with colorful houses on cobblestone streets and bounded by imposing city walls and defense towers overlooking the river Cibin.

The Danube Delta

The waters of the Danube, which flow into the Black Sea, form the largest and best preserved of Europe's deltas. Delta Dunării as is called in Romania, is the second largest river delta in Europe, after the Volga Delta, and is the best preserved on the continent and perhaps the least inhabited region of temperate Europe.
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