Students life

Studenții străini se simt ca acasă la ULIM

Universitatea Liberă Internațională din Moldova (ULIM) este locul potrivit unde studiile de specialitate pot fi îmbinate cu tradițiile și cultul altor țări. Deoarece este a doua universitate din Republica Moldova în care învață cei mai mulți studenți străini, în ULIM poți comunica oricând cu o persoană din Republica Democrată Congo, Coreea de Sud sau Egipt.


Inaugurarea anului academic 2014-2015 la ULIM

Conform unei frumoase tradiţii, începutul noului an de învăţământ a fost marcat cu mult fast de către colectivul Universităţii Libere Internaţionale din Moldova. La 1 septembrie, studenţii şi profesorii, în special tinerii proaspăt înmatriculaţi la studii la ULIM, şi-au dat întâlnire în Sala Palatului Naţional „Nicolae Sulac”.

ULIM’s experience in three words

A unique Flash Mob in which students have described their experience at ULIM in three words was organized on 4 April 2014. The participants received white and blue ribbons, the symbol - colors of ULIM, on which both foreign students and native ones have written beautiful words, but without exceeding, the limit of 3 words.

The Foreign students from ULIM presented a concert dedicated to all women

Songs and beautiful poems, in various languages, had been dedicated, yesterday at ULIM, to all women. The Concert dedicated to women was organized by the Foreign Students Department from ULIM.

Spring Celebration „Povestea Mărţişorului” la ULIM

On Friday, March 7th, the international students from ULIM participated in a workshop where they made Mărțișori. This event is part of the many events organized under the motto ,,People’s Friendship’’. The activity was initiated by the Moldovan students from ULIM to exchange culture experiences, to promote the national and international values, and to consolidate the friendship relations with the international students.

People’s Friendship Celebration

Foreign students who are studying at ULIM had a meeting on Thursday, February 13, 2014 within the celebration "People's friendship". The event was a unique one, gathering students from Syria, Turkey, Iraq, Israel, South Korea and not only, who chose ULIM for studying. Although some of them are recently in the Republic of Moldova, the students were able to learn Romanian, and even recited poems of Mihai Eminescu.