Located in Bukovina, a region in North-Eastern Romania, “Stefan cel Mare” University of Suceava is an innovative and comprehensive public higher education institution that organizes Bachelor, Master, Doctoral and Postdoctoral programs and conducts scientific research in the fields of Economic Sciences, Technical Sciences, Engineering and IT, Natural Sciences, Humanities and Health. 

The preparation, recruitment and retention of teachers represent major steps in the development of a system of quality teaching. The Faculty of Educational Sciences provides undergraduate teacher training, thus helping school teachers to take on the responsibilities of being promoters of local, regional and European scientific, social, cultural and spiritual values. Additionally, one of the faculty’s main purposes is that of providing in-service teacher training for the teaching staff through various activities and courses carried out to bring about innovation in the field of educational sciences.

We trust that a visit to Bukovina and a tour of our University will help you rediscover the values of an authentic life-style based on liberty, knowledge, morality, tolerance, responsibility and excellencies!

The ATEE Winter Conference Teacher Education for Wellbeing in Schools will be held at the University of Suceava, Romania, Monday 27th April 2020 – Wednesday 29th April 2020. This conference proposes a framework for communication and academic experience sharing in order to facilitate the professional development and the interuniversity cooperation within the European educational area. The topics proposed to all the practitioners (teachers of all grades, school counselors, researchers, trainers) from pre-university and university education who want to contribute to enhance the quality and well-being in education. 

It would be a great honor for the University of Suceava to host such a prestigious event and to welcome to all participants and to the members of the Association of Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE)! 

Prof.  PhD. Eng. Valentin POPA,

Rector of Stefan cel Mare University from Suceava