Annual Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law

16-19 September 2020
Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania, ROMANIA


The venue of the conference is provided by Babeş-Bolyai University

Babeș-Bolyai University is an academic educational institution aiming to promote and sustain the development of specific cultural components within the local, regional, national and international community. 


The academic tradition of Babeș-Bolyai University started in 1581 and it is known as one of the best academic education institutions in Central and Eastern Europe. 

Its name commemorates two important Transylvanian figures, the Romanian physician Victor Babeş, and the Hungarian mathematician Janos Bolyai. 

Located in an area with a strong interethnic and interconfessional character, Babeș-Bolyai University has chosen multiculturalism as its main direction of development, its students and teachers being Romanian, Hungarian, German and Romani. 


Arrival in CLUJ - NAPOCA (Kloozh' Nah poh' kah)

By air: Cluj-Napoca has an international airport which runs direct flights, both regular and charter, from several cities in Italy, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Spain, United Kingdom, France, Greece, etc. For further information about these flights, please contact a ticketing agency or visit this website.

You can also arrive in Cluj-Napoca via other cities in Romania, such as Bucharest or Timişoara. There are busses, trains and planes which make these connections. There is a taxi stand inside the airport. There are five major cab companies: Diesel, Terra & Fan, Pro Rapid, Nova, Pritax, etc. Their cars are all equipped with taximeters and have about the same prices, posted in a visible place outside and inside. A taxi ride from the airport to the centre of the city is around 6 euros (30 RON).

By bus: There are bus companies running regular direct transport to Cluj-Napoca from several European cities. For more information, check out Atlassib or Eurolines.

By train: Several international trains arrive daily to Cluj-Napoca. For those who prefer to travel by train, there are good connections in Budapest. You can find more information here.

Letter of Invitation and Visa

If you need a formal letter of invitation to help obtain funding for or a visa to attend the Congress, please contact the Conference Organizing Committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

If you are an EU CITIZEN you DON'T NEED VISA for your travel, as Romania is part of the European Union.

!!! Citizens of the European Union, of the European Economic Area and of the Swiss Confederation are exempt from the Romanian entry visa requirement!!!

If you are unsure whether you need a visa you can check this website. Requirements for entry into Romania and all other information you might need with regard to obtaining a visa can be found here or here (for U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand).


Standard Time

The standard time in Romania is the East European Time (GMT + 2 hours).


Romania’s official currency is RON (pl. RON); 1 RON has 100 BANI. The international symbol is RON, but the currency is still referred to as LEI. For an updated currency rate visit the official site of the National Bank of Romania.

When looking for accommodation, you can use this list of hotels and hostels we prepared for you (discounts might be added soon).


You can check here for more details about Cluj-Napoca.


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