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Building in Cluj Napoca Building in Târgu Mures The Sapientia – Hungarian University of Transylvania is an institution of Hungarian higher education in the historic region of Transylvania, Romania. At present the Sapientia Foundation finances the following departments of the University: In Cluj-Napoca: Environmental Geography, Film and Media Studies, International relations – European Studies, Legal Studies (Law School). In Miercurea-Ciuc: Agro-alimentary Economy, Management Accounting and IT, Sociology (Rural Development Studies), Romanian and English Language and Literature, Food Engineering, Environmental Protection and Engineering in Industry, General Economics, Social Communication and Public Relations, Environmental Economics. In Târgu Mureş: Informatics HU, Mechatronics, Computer Science, Automation and Applied informatics, Telecommunications, Mechatronics, Pedagogy, Social Communication and Public Relations HU, Landscaping, Translator - Interpreter. History Its establishment was motivated by needs outgrowing the present choice of Hungarian university education in Romania, especially that the percentage of Hungarian students in Romanian university life does not represent the percentage of Hungarian population in Romania, and university education in Hungarian does not cover the range of necessary specializations. From among the 25,000 Hungarian students in Romania only one of three may study in their mother language. To fill what it saw as the gap and fulfil the needs described above, the Board of Trustees of the Sapientia Foundation founded by the eight leaders of the Hungarian Historic Churches in Transylvania on the April 14, 2000, decided to establish the Hungarian University of Transylvania. It is open to qualified students of any nationality who meet the required admissions. The university was established and is funded by the Sapientia Foundation. The latter, in turn, was founded by the four Hungarian historical churches of Transylvania: the Roman Catholic, the Calvinist Reformed, the Unitarian and the Lutheran Churches. 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