29 series of Studia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai
The editorial activity carried on by Studia is coordinated by the National University Research Council, by the editorial committee and by a number of 29 editorial boards which establish the priorities and its way of functioning, the publication of some original or new studies, the increase of the qualitative level concerning its components, the efficient participation to the exchange of publications with other Romanian or foreign universities etc.
From September 2021 onwards, all Studia UBB series change their status to OPEN ACCESS JOURNALS.


The self financing - the main financial resource
According to the existent regulations, the system of the university publications is based on the self-financing method, where the financial sources are ensured by funds resulted from extra-budgetary resources.


Studia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai - a member of the International Scientific Community
The international exchange of this publication includes more than 1700 partners (73 countries, 200 institutions).
The circulation of the publication oscillates, depending on the requirement of the national and international exchange of the "Lucian Blaga" University Library, Cluj-Napoca. It is not a very high one due to the limited funds owned by the "Lucian Blaga" University Library, Cluj-Napoca, funds used to make acquisitions.


Studia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai series - accredited by CNCSIS and CNCS
Studia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai publication was accredited by National University Research Council, which, between 2000-2011, initiated an ample action of annual evaluation/accreditation of the Romanian scientific publications. This action takes notice of the fact that for a university and a scientific career, elements like publications and the way the scientific products are seen from an international point of view, both on the level of a researcher and on a national one, eventually depends on the publication of the activity's results of the scientific research in publications quoted by some institutions of scientiometric measurement acknowledged around the world. The establishment of a hierarchy on a national level has an important long-term objective, that is an improvement of the way the Romanian science is seen.

National Research Council (CNCS), with its mission: "Stimulating the excellence in the scientific research in Romania", performed the accreditation of Romanian scientific journals of humanities, offering the opportunity to be evaluated and ranked according to their quality level and scientific impact, starting with December 2011 to nowadays.