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Studenţii români la institutele de învăţământ superior din Slovacia
Romanian Students at the Institutions of Education from Slovakia

Author(s): Cornel Sigmirean
Subject(s): History
Published by: Institutul de Cercetări Socio-Umane Gheorghe Şincai al Academiei Române
Keywords: education; Slovakia; University of Trnov; the Sanctus Adalbertus College and the Seminarium Generale from Bratislava; the Evangelic Academy of Law from Prešov; the Academy of Law from Bratislava; the Academy of Mining and Forestry; Schemnitz

Summary/Abstract: The Institutions of education in nowadays Slovakia had an extremely important role in the formation of the Romanian intelligentsia from Transylvania. During the 18th century, owing to the stipends granted by the Austrian state and the Roman-Catholic Church, a great number of Romanian young men had been studying at the University of Trnov, at the Sanctus Adalbertus College and at the Seminarium Generale from Bratislava. In the 19th century and in the first decades of the 20h century, the Romanian students attended the Evangelic Academy of Law from Prešov, the Academy of Law from Bratislava, and the Academy of Mining and Forestry from Schemnitz (Branska Stianica). In this last institution of high education, 260 Romanian young men made their studies.

  • Issue Year: 1998
  • Issue No: 01
  • Page Range: 77-90
  • Page Count: 14
  • Language: Romanian