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Study in Romania
The schooling of Romanians from everywhere starting with the year of education 2017/2018
Following the approval of the methodology of schooling of Romanians everywhere in the higher education of the State of Romania, on places of education without paying tuition fees, but with the scholarship, respectively without paying tuition fees, but without the scholarship, starting with Academic year 2017/2018 by common order of M.E.N. (No 3900/16.05.2017) –MFA (A10/2046/26.05.2017) –M.R.P. (No C/129/07.06.2017), the Ministry of Education transmits the following information of interest to the Romanians everywhere who want to follow undergraduate studies in Romania:
The offer of undergraduate studies offered by universities, available can be downloaded to the address https://www.edu.ro/oferta-locurilor-de-studii-licen%C8%9B%C4%83-pe-universt%C4%83%C8%9Bi-%C3%AEn-anul-2017-2018-alocate-rom%C3%A2nilor-de
- Candidates will constitute a single application dossier, which will include the following documents:
- A) Application-registration form for each institution of higher education;
- b) Copy of the birth certificate, translated into Romanian or in a language of international circulation;
- c) Copy of Passport, valid for at least 6 months from the beginning of the study program for which the candidate chooses-copy after the first 3 pages;
- d) Copy of the marriage certificate, translated into Romanian or in a language of international circulation, as appropriate;
- e) affidavit, on the basis of the freely expressed willingness to assume the Roman cultural identity, according to the legislation in force, in accordance with Annex No. 3;
- f) The copy of the Baccalaureate Diploma or equivalent or, where applicable, the certificate (for graduates of the current year) to promote the national graduation exams of high school education, including graduates of schools that carry out, in the Territory Romania, educational activities corresponding to an educational system from another country accredited to the Romanian Quality Assurance Agency in pre-university education, hereinafter referred to as ARACIP-translated in Romanian or other language of circulation International;
- g) Copies of Matricole sheets for graduated educational level-translated into Romanian or other language of international circulation;
- h) Copy of the recommendation of the Hieraries or the agreement of the local leaders of cults, for candidates for admission to the theological higher education, as appropriate;
- i) Other documents required by the State higher education institution, according to its own admission methodology, as appropriate.
- The application dossier can be submitted during the period established by the institutions of higher education, in accordance with the procedures set by them. These may be: electronic to an e-mail address communicated by the Institution of higher education; By e-mail to the email@example.com or via the diplomatic missions of Romania from abroad which will electronically transmit the dossiers to the men and subsequently, they will be redirected to higher education institutions Requested; By post or directly to the premises of higher education institutions; Other forms, established and communicated by educational institutions. The candidates from the diaspora, including graduates of the schools that carry out, on the Romanian territory, educational activities corresponding to an educational system from another country accredited by ARACIP, will be admitted based on the contest of the dossier, according to the criteria Higher education institutions.
iii. For university studies, respectively, the admission of Romanians from all over the diaspora in the academic year 2017/2018 will be carried out under the same conditions as the Romanian citizens, according to their own calendar of admission of each Institutions of higher education, on places allocated to Romanians everywhere. Detailed information on the conditions for admission of Romanians from all over the diaspora to undergraduate/master/doctoral studies in the Higher state education in Romania can be obtained by accessing www.edu.ro/international cooperation/Romans From Everywhere (Http://www.edu.ro/romanii-de-pretutindeni), and in terms of educational offer the site of higher education institutions to which candidates want to apply, according to the offer of allocated seats.
- Romanians from all over the diaspora can opt for scholarships in the pre-university education of the State (Lyceum/vocational) in Romania starting with the school year 2017/2018, according to the methodology of schooling of the Romanians everywhere in education State preuniversity of Romania on places of education without paying tuition fees, but with the scholarship, respectively without paying tuition fees, but without the scholarship starting with the school year 2017-2018, approved by the common order of M.E.N. (No 3900/16.05.2017) –MFA (A10/2046/26.05.2017) –M.R.P. (No C/129/07.06.2017). Detailed information on the incorporation of the application dossier for obtaining a scholarship in high school/vocational education in Romania as well as the schooling conditions are found in the above mentioned methodology, which can be Consulted on the website www.edu.ro/International cooperation/Romanians everywhere. In this case, the study documents will be sent by the interested ones, by post to the Iasi School Inspectorate (at: Nicolae Balcescu Street 26, Iasi 700117), between 10 –17 July 2003. Or at the headquarters of the Ministry of National Education, str Spiru Haret, No. 10, as the admission contest will be computerized.
Useful support for potential candidates is found in the section "frequently asked questions about obtaining scholarships allocated to Romanians everywhere in the Romanian state education system" at: https://www.edu.ro/%C3%AEntreb%C4% 83ri-common-about-ob% C8% 9benerea-scholarships-allocated-ROM% C3% A2nilor-from-everywhere-% C3% Aen-system-DE
"Studies in Romania" program
The Romanian higher education system is structured on three levels of university/postgraduate studies:
- Cycle 1 (license), which corresponds to "Bachelor degree";
- Cycle 2 (master/specialization);
- Cycle 3 (PhD).
The institution that manages the university education in Romania is the Ministry of National Education (www.edu.ro).
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the direction of public, cultural and scientific diplomacy collaborates with MEN in order to facilitate educational exchanges and to ensure that foreign citizens have the conditions to study in Romania.
Foreign citizens can study in Romania:
- In Romanian language, with an additional preparatory year for language learning (if the candidate is not a Romanian speaker);
- In a language of international circulation (as far as this possibility exists in the study offer of the requested university).
To see the Foreign Student Guide (English version), click here.
- With scholarships offered by the Romanian State:
- Bilateral-the scholarships offered by the Romanian State on the basis of the bilateral treaties in force or unilateral bids made by Romania to other states are managed by MEN, through the General Directorate of International Relations and European affairs, based on Proposals received from the competent authorities of the State of origin of the candidates;
- Through the Ministry of Business, the number of 85 scholarships;
- For citizens of Romanian ethnicity;
- Through the "Eugen Ionescu" scholarship program.
- Based on the European programmes of cooperation and university mobility:
Useful and detailed information for foreign students interested in studying in Romania are found on the portal www.studyinromania.gov.ro, developed by Uefidi.
Romanian citizens can study abroad with the scholarship offered by the Roman state.
The presentation of scholarship programs abroad, the related legislation, the organization of national competitions in Romania for the award of these scholarships are managed by the credit and Scholarships Agency (ACBS), and information on this type of Programs are found on the ACBS website.
- Periodically consult the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (mae.ro), the Travel conditions section.
- Observe the residence regime, the limits of validity of visas or residence permits, as appropriate. For this purpose, check the visa and Consular Services Section –visa regime.
- Consult the Consular Services Guide-contains useful information that can help you be safe when you are outside the country and solve a number of unwanted and unforeseen situations that may occur during your trip.
- Inform yourself of the security situation in the destination country! For this purpose, check the Travel alerts section.
- Make sure the travel documents are valid and in good condition!
- It is advisable to have with you, besides a travel document and an ID (preferably with photography –example driving license).
- Register for the nearest diplomatic mission if you are travelling in unsafe or distant areas.
- If you are in difficulty abroad, contact the embassy or Consulate of Romania in order to qualify for specialized consular assistance, according to the legislation in force.
The coordinates of diplomatic missions and consular offices can be found in the Romanian missions section.
- Avoid involvement in demonstrations or street manifestations in the visited countries.
- Regardless of the destination area, keep your documents, valuables, travel tickets, money and credit cards in secure places, and do not expose them visibly on you or in cars.
- Avoid moving to hazardous areas!
- Get a guide to the country where you go.
- Respect local law! Romanian citizens who are in the territory of other States are subject to the jurisdiction of those States and are responsible for any violation of local laws or rules. No matter how different laws or foreign rules are to those existing in Romania, their observance is compulsory and will ensure peace, comfort and dignity towards local authorities. The responsibility of respecting the laws abroad and ensuring the representation in the judiciary in case of the establishment of judicial proceedings is individually returned to every Roman citizen.
- You are responsible for any violation of local laws, even if you don't know them.
- Respect local traditions and customs. Some social behaviors may fall under the criminal law of that country.
- Ask the locals for permission to photograph or film.
- Make sure you have sufficient financial means for your own maintenance and family members, as the case may be.
- If you are travelling by plane, please inform yourself about the products you can take in your hand luggage.
- Do not undertake to transport the luggage to unknown persons. There is a risk that they contain banned products, and you will suffer the consequences of the law!
- If you are travelling by plane or train, consult the EU Passenger Rights guide, made by the European Commission. This material provides useful information about your rights in case of denied boarding, cancelled flight, prolonged delays, baggage loss. The guide also contains information on accessibility of passengers with reduced mobility.
- When travelling by bus/train, pay attention to your luggage during the entire trip.
- If you want to travel with pets, we recommend you to inform yourself on the travel documents required for them!