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Arad

Alex Lupşasca, Class of 2011

Baia-Mare

Dragoş Michnea, Class of 2010

Buzău

Nicu Done, Class of 2009

Bucureşti

Ilinca Rădulian, Class of 2010

Cluj-Napoca

Cluj (or Napoca as the Romans would call it) is one of the largest cities in Romania and the historical and cultural capital of Transylvania (one of Romania's four regions). For centuries, the city was part of the (Austro-)Hungarian or Habsburg kingdom/empire, so the architecture you will find in the center of the city will resemble what you can see on the streets of Vienna or Budapest. The city also boasts a student population of over 100,000 and an exciting cultural and nightlife.
Rareş Pamfil, Class of 2010

Constanţa

Sonia Coman, Class of 2011

Craiova

Andrei Cristea, Class of 2010

Ploieşti

Patricia Florescu, Class of 2011