Study in Romania

There’s no better way to gain wisdom than through experience and no better way to gain knowledge than through school, they say. Stepping out of your comfort zone can be challenging sometimes, but the rewards you may gain could be very well worth it.

It is safe to say that today, with greater reason, more and more students choose to enrich their life experiences by studying abroad and Romania became a widely endorsed modern destination.

All degrees obtained after studying in Romania are internationally recognised.

Admission for studying in Romania

In Romania, admission for all study programmes, including Medicine, Dentistry, Engineering or Veterinary Medicine requires:

For Bachelor Degree Programmes

- a high-school diploma (upper secondary education diploma);

For Master Degree Programmes

- a Bachelor Degree;

In some cases, you might need to pass an online interview via Skype. Entrance exams are pretty rare and most students receive their acceptance letter to study in Romania, based on their file.

Duration of studies and number of credits

Bachelor studies in Romania

Bachelor studies in Romania have a duration of 3 to 5 years of study and a number of 180 – 240 credit points, 60 credit points/academic year that are given in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS/SECT). At the end of the bachelor studies, according to the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning (EQF/CEC) the graduate will be situated at level 6.

Master studies in Romania

Master studies in Romania presuppose 60 – 120 credit points year that are given in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS/SECT) and are extended on max 2 years. At the end of the master studies, according to the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning (EQF/CEC) the graduate will be situated at level 7.

PhD studies in Romania

PhD studies in Romania end with a PhD diploma awarded after writing a doctoral research thesis and are situated at level 8 according to the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning (EQF/CEC).

study in Romania

We know that it might be difficult to choose, but HEdu Guide is here to help you - so don't worry.

This page will guide you through the study options available in Romania, here is the list of universities in Romania for international students. Once you're decided, or even before, we can jump in and help you to choose the right study program(s), we'll be your partner throughout the application process to assist you in becoming a student in Romania. At HEdu Guide, we treat all applications with utmost consideration.

Romania's study programes span accros 36 universities with 118 faculties, and 5 teaching languages: English, German, French, Hungarian and, well - Romanian.

With more than 50+ fields, of study, we think we've got you covered: we have everything from study programmes like Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Medicine, Aerospace Engineering, Marine Engineering and Navigation to Computer Science and Information Technology, just browse through the list of universities in Romania.

Also, you'll get the chance to choose out of the 15 cities where you can study in Romania: Arad, Alba-Iulia, Brasov, Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, Craiova, Galati, Iasi, Oradea, Pitesti, Ploiesti, Sibiu, Targu Mures, Timisoara.

Cost of studying in Romania

Europe’s eastern gatekeeper, Romania is a country rich in history, culture, and tradition, but is also one of the fastest growing economies in the European Union, and is on the cutting edge of the latest developments in business, research, and technology. Throughout time, Romanian researchers and scientists have made considerable contributions to their fields, ranging from the discovery of insulin to the development of the jet engine, cybernetics and laser technologies, and even the Nobel Prize winner for research in cell biology.

  • Admission & Enrolment Fee – 100 euro up to 500 euro;
  • Annual tuition fee EU – 2000 euro up to 6000 euro;
  • Annual tuition fee EU – 2700 euro up to 6000 euro;

Costs of living

The low living cost in Romania makes this country an ideal place to live in as a student. In association with the good education provided by all the world-class universities in Romania, your stay will be a incredible experience.

  • Monthly Accommodation ( 1 bedroom apartment) 150 – 450 €; (3 bedroom) 300 – 1200 €;
  • Meal at a regular restaurant 5 to 15 €;
  • Internet (unlimited data, cable) 6 – 20 €;
  • SIM CARD with unlimited everything 5 – 50 € (depending on the carrier);

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