Founded 1860 as University of Iaşi on former Mihail Sturdza Academy created 1835, named after Alexandru Ioan Cuza, the Ruler of the Union. In 1937 two branches of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences (Electro-Technical Education and Technological Chemistry) were reorganized within the 'Gheorghe Asachi' Polytechnic Institute of Iaşi and became an independent institution. A State Institution.
Accreditation: Ministry of Education and Research
- Computer Science FacultyFields of study: Computer Science
- Letters FacultyFields of study: American Studies, Arts and Humanities, Communication Studies, Comparative Literature, Cultural Studies, English, Foreign Languages Education, French, French Studies, German, Germanic Studies, Italian, Journalism, Latin, Linguistics, Literature, Modern Languages, Multimedia, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Terminology, Translation and Interpretation, Writing
- Physics FacultyFields of study: Physics
- Academic year: September to June (September-February, February-June)
- Requirements: Secondary school certificate (Bacalaureat) and entrance examination
- Students allowance: Co-ed