Between 28th to 31st of May 2024, Titu Maiorescu University from Bucharest participated in NAFSA 2024 Annual Conference & Expo. NAFSA is the most important global event dedicated to education, which brings together top international universities!
The TMU delegation was represented in New Orleans by Professor Daniel Cochior the Rector of the University, along with Professor Manuela Tăbăraș, Dean of the Faculty of Law, and Professor Cosmin-Alec Moldovan, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, who were part of the participants team at The Study in Romania booth organized by the National Council of Rectors from Romania.
The TMU booth was visited by universities from the USA, France, Italy, Portugal, India, Greece, Spain, Australia, Brazil, and Turkey. It was a fantastic opportunity to connect with remarkable universities, create connections and partnerships, exchange information, and explore the latest trends in international education.

About NAFSA (source:

NAFSA: Association of International Educators is the world’s largest and most diverse nonprofit association dedicated to international education and exchange, working to advance policies and practices that ensure a more interconnected, peaceful world today and for generations to come.

Find the answers you need at the NAFSA 2024 Annual Conference & Expo. Through more than 250 programs, including conference sessions, the NAFSA International Education Expo, NAFSA Signature Programs, NAFSA Plenaries, Spotlight Presenters, poster fairs, peer engagement, special celebrations, and networking opportunities, you will find the partnerships, resources, and solutions your institution or organization needs.

Our goals for NAFSA 2024:

  • Meet challenges by sharing lessons learned, diverse perspectives, and innovative approaches.
  • Explore trends in professional development and career advancement, and advocate for the well-being of all.
  • Benefit from global thought leadership and multigenerational perspectives.
  • Underscore the global imperative for social justice and access, and the importance of inclusive internationalization for long-term impact on the campus, and local and global communities.