ASE was founded by Royal Decree on April 6th 1913, under the name of The Academy of Higher Commercial and Industrial Studies. The ASE museum presents part of the rich heritage of the university related to the academic and scientific achievements of professors and alumni and also historical records and diplomas dating back to the beginning of the 20th century.

The museum is situated in the Ion Angelescu Building, on the 2nd floor. Opening hours: Monday to Thursday, between 08:00 and 16:00, Friday between 08:00 and 13:30.

Foreign Cultural Center

ASE Bucharest offers its students the opportunity to enhance their intercultural knowledge by means of a series of cultural studies centres equipped with numerous paperback and electronic documentation resources, which provide access to national and international databases:

  • The Self-Study Centre for Business Communication in English;
  • The “Celso Furtado” Brazilian Cultural Study Centre;
  • The French Lectorate & Centre de Réussite Universitaire;
  • The Centre for Russian Language and Culture (;
  • The German Academic Exchange Centre.

The Centre for Russian Language and Culture

The Centre for Russian Language and Culture