University list Romania


Population:  19,511,000[4
Largest city: Bucharest
Area:  238,391 km2
language: Romanian
International Phone dialing code: +40 or 0040

Why study in Romania

Romania is member of EU and EEA countries
Study in Romania is studying in European Union (EU), in European Economic Area (EEA). All diplomas from EU and EEA accredited Universities are automatically recognised in all Europe and beyond.

Excellent quality of education in Romania
Traditionally, Higher Education in Romania has a world-wide reputation as a centre of excellence in learning, teaching and practice. Romanian Universities and Colleges have been receiving thousands and thousands of students from all over the world, especially from developing countries. Today all most all Romanian Universities are partners with thousands of well known Universities in all over the world. And Romania has become one of countries offering state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge research opportunities together with the chance to walk in the footsteps of so many of the world’s most influential thinkers.

Reasonable tuition fees and living expenses in Romania
Romanian Higher education and living cost are the cheapest in all European Union. The excellent academic standards are achieved with reasonable tuition fees and daily costs while the education sector being a top priority for Europe’s competitiveness.

Rich academic heritage in Romania
Romania boasts many centuries of academic excellence. A rich academic heritage is based around many landmarks in human knowledge, and today’s Romania higher education institutions benefit from this lasting legacy.
In Romanian, international students get advantage of wonderful blend of tradition and modernity, vitality and performance, along with traditional and new campuses at low cost.

Great Choice of University programs in Romania
There are more than 70 Romanian state universities  or private Romanian universities  in Romanian, with a supplementary preparatory year for learning Romanian language. All those universities offer a great variety of degree programmes (bachelor, Master, PhD /Doctorate) in different languages (Romania, English, French, German, Hungarian). From leading research universities to small, friendly teaching colleges, the degree program or course choice seems to be unlimited especially in national language.

Multicultural environment in Romanian Universities
Study in Romania offers a unique cultural experience in a dynamic and multinational environment. Besides earning a world-class qualification, international students in Romania have the chance to learn new languages, get international intercultural skills that are of great value to future employers and an essential advantage in a dynamic world, build a friend and professional network lasting forever, to travel and make practice or exchange studies in other countries, etc.  So higher education in Romania makes international students grow a lot and quickly thanks to multicultural experience.

University Quality and Transferability in Romania
The qualifications of Higher education must be internationally recognised. Transferable qualifications aid mobility, making it easier for students to further study or to transfer achieved credits to other higher education institution or to move from studying to launching a career elsewhere.
To facilitate and ensure that the quality and transferability of higher education qualifications mean something and are recognised all over the world, a number of instruments have been developed among which: European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS), The Diploma Supplement (DS), The European Quality Charter for Mobility, The European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning (EQF), The ENIC Network (European Network of Information Centres on academic recognition and mobility), The NARIC Network (National Academic Recognition Information Centres).

European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) in Romania
The ECTS was introduced to ensure that period of study abroad were recognised, thereby enhancing the quality and volume of student mobility in Europe. Recently, the ECTS has been developing into an accumulation system and is increasingly becoming a general reference for national credit systems. It supports the objectives of the Bologna Process by making study programmes easy to read and compare for local and foreign students and by facilitating mobility and academic recognition.


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