ROMANIA
“CAROL I”
NATIONAL DEFENCE UNIVERSITY
http://www.unap.ro
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AGENDA
1.
Location
2.
Short history
3.
Place within the Ministry of National Defence
4.
Role and missions
5.
General system of officer education and training in
Romania
6.
University leadership, structure & courses
7.
Scientific research
8.
International military cooperation
9.
Resources & Facilities
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Location
GOVERNMENT
OF ROMANIA
BUCHAREST
Parliament
Palace
COTROCENI
Presidential
Palace
“Carol I”
National
Defence
University
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History
•
Founded in 1889, on the initiative of Gen. Ştefan Fălcoianu;
•
The sixth staff school in Europe after those in Berlin,
Vienna, Paris, Turin and Brussels;
•
Commandant, teaching staff and students assigned to
combat units and deployed to the operation theaters of the
First and Second World Wars.
NAMES:
CAROL OF HOHENZOLLERN - SIGMARINGEN
Prince of Romania (1866 – 1881)
King of Romania (1881 – 1914)
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August 8th,1889 - Superior War School
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August 29th,1948 - Military Academy
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April 23rd,1991 - Academy for Advanced Military Studies
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August 23rd, 2003 - National Defence University
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September 6th, 2005 - “Carol I” National Defence University
General Ştefan Fălcoianu
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“CAROL I”
NATIONAL DEFENCE UNIVERSITY
MOTTO:
“Labor improbus omnia vincit”
“Assiduous work conquers everything”
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The place within the Ministry of National Defence
Ministry of
Education,
Research and
Innovation
Other central
structures
Ministry of National
Defence
“CAROL I”
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
UNIVERSITY
Army Staff
General Staff
Air Force Staff
Navy Staff
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Mission
•
training of commanders, staff officers and
military as well of civilian experts, selected
for management and expertise positions in
the fields of national defence and security;
•
organizing
scientific
activities
and
elaborating scientific studies required by
institutions with responsibilities in these
fields.
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Directions of activity
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
University studies in 3 cycles, in the fields of “Military
Sciences and Intelligence” and “Security and Defence”:
• 1st cycle – Bachelor studies;
• 2nd cycle – Master studies;
• 3rd cycle – PhD studies.
Postgraduate further training courses, in accredited
fields and specializations;
Training courses in connected fields;
Scientific research;
Cooperation with similar institutions from Romania and
abroad.
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The Romanian General System of Officer Training
Graduate and
postgraduate education
“Carol I” National
Defence University
Training courses
Training Schools
Graduate education
High school studies
Academies of the
Services
Military Technical Academy
Military Medical Institute
Civilian Institutions
Military Technical Academy
Military Medical Institute
Civilian Universities
Military or Civilian
High school
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The General System of Officer Training
Training Schools
 Course specific to the respective category of armed forces
(10 - 11 months, platoon leader level)
 Advanced Course (3 - 4 months, company level)
 Battalion Staff Course (4 - 6 months)
Air Force
Academy
(3 years)
Military Medical
Institute
(5 years)
Army
Academy
(3 years)
Naval
Academy
(4 years)
REGIONAL DEPARTMENT
FOR DEFENCE RESOURCES
MANAGEMENT STUDIES
Military Technical
Academy
(4 years)
“Carol I”
National
Defence
University
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“Carol I” National Defence University
Leadership
COMMANDANT
AND RECTOR
UNIVERSITY
SENATE
DEPUTY
COMMANDANT
DEPUTY
COMMANDANT
FOR EDUCATION
(PRO RECTOR)
DEPUTY
COMMANDANT FOR
SCIENTIFIC
RESEARCH
ADMINISTRATIVE
DIRECTOR
(PRO RECTOR)
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University Senate
25 members:
 Teaching staff
 Students
 Scientific researchers
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The University Senate
Main competences:
- adopting the University Charter, as well as the
Operational and Strategic Plan;
- approving reports regarding the development
of the education and scientific research;
- approving curricula and documents for
accreditation;
- approving teaching position appointments;
- choosing by secret vote the rector, pro-rectors,
scientific secretary of the Senate and
validating the administrative director.
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Education and Scientific Research Structures
COMMANDANT
(RECTOR)
DEPUTY
COMMANDANT
DEPUTY COMMANDANT FOR
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH (PRO RECTOR)
SENATE
DEPUTY COMMANDANT FOR
EDUCATION (PRO RECTOR)
DEFENCE AND SECURITY
STRATEGIC STUDIES CENTRE
COMMAND AND
STAFF FACULTY
(Tactical Level – Bachelor and
Master degree) 2 years
CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND
MULTINATIONAL
OPERATIONS COLLEGE
(NATO procedures)
Up to 3 months / Captain - LTC
WAR
COLLEGE
(Operative and Strategic Level)
3 - 6 months / LTC + Col.
FOREIGN
LANGUAGES
DEPARTMENT
DEFENCE
INTELLIGENCE
COLLEGE
Intelligence
2 - 4 months / Officers
REGIONAL DEPARTMENT
FOR DEFENCE
RESOURCES
MANAGEMENT STUDIES
(Defence resources management)
3 - 6 months / Officers, Civilians, NCOs
(English, French, Turkish, Russian,
German, Arabic, Greek, Romanian)
3 - 6 months / Officers, Civilians, NCOs
EDUCATION SCIENCES,
ACQUISITIONS AND
DEFENCE RESOURCES
MANAGEMENT COLLEGE
ADVANCED
DISTRIBUTED
LEARNING
DEPARTMENT
Network Based
Education
(Management, Human resources)
3 - 6 months / Officers, Civilians, NCOs
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COURSE OFFER (1 / 6)
A. COMMAND AND STAFF FACULTY:
Bachelor Degree Studies:
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Army Leadership
Air Force Leadership
Naval Leadership
Logistic Leadership
Economic Financial Management
Security and Defence
Military Leadership
Informational Systems
Public and Intercultural Communication in the Field of Security and Defence
Master’s Degree Studies:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Security and Defence
Crisis Management and Multinational Operations
Economic Financial Management
Program and Project Management
NATO Senior Executive Master Course
National Security and Public Communication
Army Leadership
Navy Leadership
Air Force Leadership
Logistic management
Doctoral Studies:
1.
2.
Security and Defence
Military Sciences and Intelligence
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COURSE OFFER (2 / 6)
B.
WAR COLLEGE (postgraduate courses only):
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2.
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18.
LOGREP Operators Training Course - for military;
ACROSS Operators Training Course - for military;
Logistics in Multinational Operations Postgraduate Course - for military;
Military Standardization Postgraduate Course - for military;
Internal Public Auditing Postgraduate Course – for military and civilian;
Electronic Warfare Postgraduate Course - for military;
Joint Operations Command Postgraduate Course- for military;
C4I Systems Postgraduate Course - for military;
C4I Systems Postgraduate Course ( in class training and distance training - 2
modules – 2 weeks/ module - for military);
LOGREP Operators Postgraduate Course - for military;
Land Forces Command Postgraduate Course - for military;
Air Forces Command Postgraduate Course - for military;
Naval Forces Command Postgraduate Course - for military;
Management of Logistics Postgraduate Course - for military;
Economic Financial Management Postgraduate Course - for military and
civilian;
Information Operations Postgraduate Course - for military and civilian;
Religious Assistance Postgraduate Course - for military priests;
Civil Military Cooperation Postgraduate Course (CIMIC) - for military and
civilian.
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COURSE OFFER (3 / 6)
C.
DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE COLLEGE (postgraduate courses only):
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Management of Military Intelligence (12 weeks);
Management of Military Security and Counterintelligence (13 weeks);
Management of Special Operations and Counterterrorism (13 weeks);
Management of Activities in the Field of Defence Intelligencs (18 weeks);
Management of SIGINT and electronic war (13 weeks);
SIGINT and electronic warfare (9 weeks).
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COURSE OFFER (4 / 6)
D.
CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS COLLEGE
- English as teaching language:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Advanced Joint Multinational Operations Course (13 weeks);
Brigade Staff Officer Course (10 weeks);
NATO Orientation Course (4 weeks);
Security Policy and European Integration Course (3 weeks);
Crisis Management Course (3 weeks);
Peace Support Operations Course (2 weeks);
Civil Military Relations Course (2 weeks);
Euro Atlantic Security and Crisis Management Course (8 weeks).
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COURSE OFFER (5 / 6)
E.
EDUCATION SCIENCES, ACQUISITIONS AND DEFENCE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
COLLEGE:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Postgraduate Course in Human Resources Management (13 weeks);
Postgraduate Course in Military Education Management (15 weeks);
Postgraduate Further Training Course in Procurement (15 weeks);
Postgraduate Further Training Course in the Preparation of the Territory and
Economy for Defence (13 weeks);
Postgraduate Course in Project and Program Management (12 weeks);
Postgraduate Further Training Course in Psychology and Sociology (13 weeks);
Staff Course in Human Resources Management (15 weeks);
Postgraduate Course in the Training of Personnel Working in Material and Human
Resources Planning in Times of Peace, Crisis and War (13 weeks);
Teaching Personnel Training Program (2 levels – 25 weeks);
Human Resources Recruitment and Selection Course (7 weeks);
Advanced Human Resources Management Course – Staff sgt. / W.O. 3rd Class (10
weeks);
Human Resources Management Staff Course – Staff sgt. / W.O. 1st and 2nd Class
(10 weeks);
Human Resources Management Course – Master sgt. / W.O. 1st Class (10 weeks)
Human Resources Management Course - General Staff (Sgt. 1st class/ W.O. 2nd
class) (10 weeks).
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COURSE OFFER (6 / 6)
F.
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G.
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REGIONAL DEPARTMENT FOR DEFENCE RESOURCES
MANAGEMENT STUDIES (BRASOV) – English as teaching language:
Postgraduate Course: “Defence Resources Management Course for Senior
Officials” (7 weeks);
Postgraduate Course: “Defence Resources Management Course for Specialists”
(13 weeks);
Postgraduate Course: “Information Resources Management” (11 weeks);
English Language Training Course: “Managerial Terminology and NATO
Structures Terminology” (8 weeks).
ADVANCED DISTRIBUTED LEARNING DEPARTMENT:
Introduction to NATO (8 weeks);
Conflict Management and Negotiation (10 weeks);
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Certification of studies
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Structure of the NDU Staff
67%
23%
10%
Officers
NCO’s
Civilians
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Military and civilian
personnel filling
permanent teaching
and research
positions in
accordance with the
Law regarding the
Status of the
Didactic Personnel
(100)
Military instructors’
staff made up of
specialist officers
(6)
TEACHING
STAFF
Romanian and foreign guest
speakers (109)
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ACADEMIC YEAR 2008/2009
Total Number of Students
DETAILS
STUDENTS
Military
Civilians
Foreign
TOTAL
1
Command and Staff Faculty - Bachelor
21
-
2
Command and Staff Faculty - Master
138
173
1
312
3
War College
185
-
2
187
4
Foreign Languages Department
135
23
19
177
5
Secondary Foreign Language Centre /
General Staff
89
13
-
102
6
Crises Management and Multinational
Operations College
92
-
14
106
7
Education Sciences, Acquisitions and
Defence Resources Management College
404
33
3
440
8
Regional Department for Defence
Resources Management Studies – Braşov
19
2
9
30
9
Defence Intelligence College
88
-
-
88
10 Advanced Distance Learning Department
198
32
-
230
11
334
208
-
542
1703
484
48
2235
PhD candidates
TOTAL
21
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ACADEMIC YEAR 2008/2009
Number of foreign students
COUNTRY
Command
and Staff
Faculty
Crises
Management
and
Multinational
Operations
College
ALBANIA
2
AZERBAIDJAN
1
CHINA
Education
Sciences,
Acquisitions
and Defence
Resources
Management
College
1
GEORGIA
1
HUNGARY
JORDAN
9
10
1
2
1
5
8
2
3
5
4
4
8
3
SERBIA
3
TURKEY
1
TOTAL
2
R. of MOLDOVA
TOTAL
War
College
2
1
CROATIA
Foreign
Languages
Department
Regional
Department
for
Defence
Resources
Management
Studies
(Braşov)
14
2
2
5
3
6
1
1
19
2
9
48
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ORGANIZATION
OF THE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
DEPUTY COMMANDANT FOR
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
(PRORECTOR)
DEFENCE AND SECURITY
STRATEGIC STUDIES CENTER
PRODEAN FOR
SCIENTIFIC
RESEARCH
COMMAND AND STAFF FACULTY
DEFENCE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT
SECURITY AND NATIONAL DEFENCE DEPARTMENT
EURO-ATLANTIC SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
CENTER
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, EDUCATION
SCIENCES AND ACQUISITIONS DEPARTMENT
MILITARY MANAGEMENT SCIENTIFIC
RESEARCH CENTER
TACTIC AND OPERATIVE MIL. OPERATIONS
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH CENTER
AIR AND NAVAL FORCES DEPARTMENT
AIR AND NAVAL FORCES SCIENTIFIC
RESEARCH CENTER
INFORMATIONAL SYSTEMS AND DEFENCE
SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT
INFORMATIONAL SYSTEMS
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH CENTER
LAND FORCES DEPARTMENT
LAND FORCES SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
CENTER
LOGISTICS, FINANCES AND ACCOUNTING
DEPARTMENT
LOGISTICS, FINANCES AND ACCOUNTING
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH CENTER
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ORIENTATION, COORDINATION AND EVALUATION OF
THE RESEARCH – DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
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Coordinating bodies:
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The University Senate;
The University Scientific Research Council;
The Scientific Council of the Defence and Security Strategic Studies
Center;
The Scientific Council of the university library;
The Scientific Council of the Command and Staff Faculty;
The teaching departments.
Responsibilities:
– elaboration and execution of the Scientific Research Plan of the university;
– organization and coordination of the scientific activities within the
university;
– setting up scientific research centers;
– participation in scientific activities organized by other institutions;
– improvement of the scientific level of university publications;
– cooperation with similar institutions.
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DEFENCE AND SECURITY STRATEGIC
STUDIES CENTER
RESEARCH PROGRAMMES
PROJECTS
RESEARCH
THEMES
CONCEPTS AND THEORIES
3
10
AREAS OF STRATEGIC INTEREST
3
5
ROMANIA’S EURO-ATLANTIC INTEGRATION
2
6
ROMANIAN SOCIETY AND THE MILITARY
2
3
PROGRAMMES
YEARLY ACTIVITIES
• Scientific Session – autumn
• Scientific Seminar - spring
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DEFENCE AND SECURITY STRATEGIC
STUDIES CENTER
PUBLICATIONS
25 ISSUES
20 BOOKS
89 STUDIES
48 ISSUES
5 ANNUALS
All publications are available at: http://cssas.unap.ro
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International Military Cooperation
Directions of cooperation:
- exercises, seminars, conferences, joint publications, research
projects etc.
- partnership protocols signed with the NATO Defence College and
with similar institutions from Bulgaria, Hungary, Lithuania, Italy,
Belgium, Slovakia, Spain, Poland, Switzerland and the U.S.A.
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Simulation Training Center
 Conducts constructive simulation exercises:
- Joint & multilevel training of ROU units’ staffs;
- Afghanistan, Iraq & Balkans deploying units training;
- Combined simulation training of NATO & PfP countries’ units.
 Military operational research;
 Partner in NATO simulation training development
programs
 Military and civilian governmental organizations
consultancy in matter of training through simulation
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Resources & Facilities
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1 Assembly Hall (350 seats)
97 Classrooms
13 audio & multimedia labs
6 auditoriums (440 seats)
1 University Library (over 200 000 books)
3 Reading Rooms (60 seats)
820 computers (INTERNET
INTRANET/ INTRAMAN)
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Resources & Facilities
Publishing House
OBJECTIVES:
- To provide manuals, courses, course
themes;
- To publish books in the fields of sciences,
arts, doctrines, geopolitics, history,
economics, sociology, philosophy,
communication and public relations in
support of the education process and
scientific research activities within the
military, the National Defense University and
the civil society.
• Documentation, editing,
proofreading;
• Computer editing;
• Digital and photo copying;
• printing;
• Book binding;
• Drawing.
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Resources & Facilities
Sport
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1 multipurpose hall (volleyball, basketball etc);
1 medical gym;
1 gym;
1 sauna;
2 tennis courts;
1 volleyball / basketball court.
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Resources & Facilities
Accommodation & Restaurants
• 2 hostels
• 1 dining facility (150 seats)
• 1 officers’ club
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Resources & Facilities
Medical Centre
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3 general practitioners;
1 dentist;
1 radiology cabinet;
1 physiotherapy cabinet;
1 treatment cabinet;
1 pharmaceutical point.
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Resources & Facilities
The Military Church
A wooden chapel was built
in 2001, at the initiative of
the personnel.
The church patron is Saint
Demetrius, who was an
army leader.
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