Horia-Roman Patapievici graduated from the Faculty of Physics and he is a writer, physicist and philosopher.
Matei Vișniec graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy. He believes in cultural resistance, the power of words and in literature’s capacity to capture the contradictions within people and the world around them. Since 1987, Matei Vișniec lives in Paris, France and writes French theatre and since 1990 he is a journalist for Radio France Internationale.
Mircea Cărtărescu graduated from the Faculty of Philology and is a poet, literary critic and writer.
Stelian Tănase graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy and is a writer, historian, publicist, screenwriter and director. He is a professor of Political Science at the University of Bucharest.
Lucian Boia graduated from the Faculty of History and he is currently a historian and a history professor at the University of Bucharest.
Gabriel Liiceanu graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy. Mr. Liiceanu was the disciple of Constantin Noica and he is an interpret of Martin Heidegger’s philosophy.
Nicolae Manolescu graduated from the Faculty of Philology and is a literary critic and historian. He is UNESCO’s Romanian Ambassador and the president of the Romanian Writers’ Union.
Emil Constantinescu graduated from the Faculty of Law and Faculty of Geology-Geography. He was the President of Romania between 1992 and 1996 and the Rector of the University of Bucharest. At present time, he is a professor at the Faculty of Geology.
Solomon Marcus graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and he is a member of the Romanian Academy.
Nae Ionescu graduated from the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy (University of Bucharest) with a BA in philosophy in 1912. He initiated Trăirismul, a Romanian philosophical concept.
Eugen Ionescu graduated from the Faculty of Letters (University of Bucharest) and he obtained a BA in French in 1934. He was a writer, central figure in the absurd theatre and member of the French Academy.
Emil Cioran attended the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy (University of Bucharest). During his studies at the University, he met Eugène Ionesco and Mircea Eliade. He studied the works of Immanuel Kant, Arthur Schopenhauer and Friedrich Nietzsche.
Nichita Stănescu was a poet, writer and member of the Romanian Academy.
Mircea Eliade was a historian of religions, writer, philosopher and professor at the University of Chicago.
Grigore Moisil was a Romanian mathematician and he is considered the father of Romanian informatics.
Alexandru Graur was a linguist and Romanian scientist of Jewish origins. Between 1954-1956 he was the Dean of the Faculty of Philology at the University of Bucharest.
George Călinescu was a literary critic, writer and publicist.
Camil Petrescu was a writer, doctor in Philosophy, novelist and poet.
Octav Onicescu was a Romanian mathematician and he founded the Romanian School of Probability Theory.
Vasile Pârvan was a historian, archeologist, epigraphist and writer. He studied at the University of Bucharest under the supervision of Nicolae Iorga and Dimitrie Onciul.
Eugen Lovinescu was a literary critic and a theoretician of literature
George Bacovia was a writer and poet, and he was representative to the French literary symbolism.
Mihail Sadoveanu was a writer, novelist and Romanian politician. He is considered one of the most important Romanian novelists.
Spiru C. Haret was a Romanian mathematician, astronomer and professor. He was the minister of Cultures and Public Affairs and he reformed the Romanian educational system.
Vasile Alexandrescu Urechia was a professor at the University of Bucharest. He wrote the book “The History of Romanians” in fourteen volumes. He is a founder member of the Romanian Academy.