The teaching activity of NDC aims at ensuring a modern multinational and for a correct assimilation of the national and international defence field. The teaching process meets the European requirements and pays attention to the curricula of similar international institutions, keeping in mind that Romania is promoting its interests as NATO and EU member state.
The National Defence College organises three diffrent courses: introductory course, main course and high-level course. Those are all post- universitary studies, and attendance is mandatory. Admission for the courses organized by NDC consists in examinations.
It is intended for military (generals) and civil (ministries, state secretaries, deputies, senators, ambassadors, high–rank managers) personalities and it focuses on extremely actual issues for Romania.
The course lasts fro 4 weeks, daily, Monday to Friday, between 09.00-14.00.
Number of credits: 7
The teaching activities follow the national normative plans approved by the Senate of the National Defence University “Carol I”, the ministry of defence and the ministry of education
The main fields of study in NDC are:
- Security studies;
- International relations;
- Good governance.
The teaching activities also include research activities, working visits, study trips in Romania and abroad.
It is intended for officers in rank of colonel/similar and civilan experts that hold or will hold high-level management positions. The course contains both theoretical and practical aspects of national and international security. It aims at a better understating of the theory and practice of good governance in its main characteristics.
The course lasts for 24 weeks, daily, between 09.00-14.00, Monday to Friday.
Number of credits: 30
It is intended for young military and civil experts at the beginning of their career, with a view to offering them the possibility to better understand the international relations and the security studies.
The course is focused mainly on theoretical issues, lasts for 12 weeks, daily, Monday to Friday, 09.00 -14.00
Number of credits: 16