Presentation of SNSPA – Faculty of Political Science – MA Program of Labour Studies

The National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA), ( is a public teaching and research university established in 1991 as a school of governance and training of professionals for essential social areas, is a landmark in the Romanian academic setting. SNSPA is a state institution of higher education, scientific research and professional academic training of high level both nationally and internationally, which includes all the three education levels : undergraduate, master’s degree and doctoral studies. The university stands out because of its educational commitment with the purpose of finding answers to contemporary issues, at national as well as at regional and global levels.

The Faculty of Political Science from SNSPA Bucharest is one of the largest faculties of political science in Romania and the largest faculty of political science in Bucharest, both in terms of enrolled students and number of faculty staff. The Faculty of Political Science offers undergraduate (BA) and graduate (MA and PhD) training in Political Science, International Relations, Sociology, and Psychology. All the programs are accredited by the Ministry of Education and the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ARACIS).

The MA degree in Labour Studies is a 2 years (4 semesters) graduate program at the Department of Political Science, the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration – SNSPA, Bucharest, with English as teaching language.

Faculty website :

MA program in Labour Studies website :

The representative of the Faculty of Political Science, SNSPA, in relation with the MEST-EMLS Network is Assistant professor Aurelian Muntean, the coordinator of the MA program in Labour Studies. He can be contacted at the following addresses and phone numbers :

e-mail : [muntean[at]politice[.]ro]

website :

phone : +40-021.310.1042

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