Cautare

Admission 2018

ADMISSION 2018 

In attention of the candidates for the admission contest, citizens of EU States, European Economic Area, the Swiss Confederation, and non EU States

 

Titu Maiorescu University organizes admission contest in two sessions, JULY 2018 and SEPTEMBER 2018, as follows:

 

BACHELOR PROGRAMMES 

JULY 2018 

Faculty /Study Programme

Enrollment period

Date

Medicine – in English

July 2-July 20

July 25

Dental Medicine – in English

July 2-July 20

July 25

Dental Medicine and Dental Technique – in Romanian

July 2-July 23

July 26

Medicine and General Nursing – in Romanian

July 2-July 23

July 27

Faculty of Pharmacy

July 2-July 28

July 30

Faculty of Informatics

July 2-July 27

July 30

Faculty of Law

July 2-July 30

July 31

Faculty of Psychology

July 2-July 30

July 31

Faculty of Finance-Banking, Accounting and Business Administration

July 2-July 28e

July 31

Faculty of Social, Political and Humanist Sciences

July 2-July 30

July 31

 

SEPTEMBER 2018 for non-occupied seats in July 2018 session

Faculty

Enrollment period

Date

Faculty of Medicine, all programmes

Sept. 3-Sept. 13

Sept. 18

Faculty of Dental Medicine, all programmes

Sept. 3-Sept. 12

Sept. 17

Faculty of Pharmacy

Sept. 3-Sept. 24

Sept. 26

Faculty of Informatics

Sept. 3-Sept. 25

Sept. 28

Faculty of Law

Sept. 3-Sept. 30

Sept. 30

Faculty of Psychology

Sept. 3-Sept. 26

Sept. 28

Faculty of Finance-Banking, Accounting and Business Administration

Sept. 3-Sept. 25

Sept. 26

Faculty of Social, Political and Humanistic Sciences

Sept. 3-Sept. 29

Sept. 29

 

 

MASTER PROGAMMES 

Faculty

Date

Faculty of Dental Medicine

Sept. 20, 2018

Faculty of Informatics

Sept. 25-27, 2018

Faculty of Law

July 31, 2018, Sept. 30, 2018

Faculty of Psychology

Sept. 29-30, 2018

Faculty of Finance-Banking, Accounting and Business Administration

July 27, 2018, Sept. 28, 2018

 

The admission is made in descending order of the general averages obtained by the candidates in the admission contest, within the limit of the approved tuition figure. 

The citizens of the EU states, of the states belonging to the European Economic Area and the Swiss Confederation can enroll in the admission procedures in the same terms provided by law and the rules of admission at the University for Romanian citizens, including the contest fee and tuition fee. The recognition of the studies outside Romania will be done by the specialized departments of the Ministry of National Education (MNE). 

The foreign citizens from outside EU, EEA and SC can enroll in the admission procedures at his/her own expense (tuition fee in EUR). Each applicant has the obligation to submit the letter of acceptance to studies from MNE. 

Candidates for study programmes in Romanian take an eliminatory test of general knowledge of basic Romanian language, by charging a fee stipulated by the list of tuition fees approved by the Administration Council and the University Senate. The rejected applicant may not participate in the admission contest. Are exempt from this obligation candidates who graduated the Romanian Language Preparatory Course. For the JULY 2018 session, the test takes place on July 24th. Registration period: 2 July – 23 July. For SEPTEMBER 2018 session, the test takes place on September 14th. Registration period: September 3 – September 13. The rejected applicant may not participate in the admission contest. 

Candidates for study programmes Medicine (in English) and Dental Medicine (in English) take an eliminatory test of general knowledge of English, by charging a fee stipulated by the list of tuition fees approved by the Administration Council and the University Senate. Are exempt from this obligation candidates who present study documents certifying graduation from high school in English, those who are citizens of countries whose official language is English and those who present a linguistic certificate for English with international recognition. For the JULY 2018 session, the test takes place on July 23rd. Registration period: July 2 – July 20. For SEPTEMBER 2018 session, the test takes place on September 14th. Registration period: September 3 – September 13. The rejected applicant may not participate in the admission contest.

 

Candidates will submit the following documents upon enrollment: 

  1. Application form for recognition of studies for enrollment to undergraduate/master studies, academic year 2018-2019 / Application form for the issuance of letter of acceptance to studies, academic year 2018-2019.
  2. The baccalaureate/licence diploma, in the original and certified translation (in the original) in Romanian. Hague Apostile is requested for diplomas from countries which are parties to the Hague Apostile Convention, issued by the competent authorities in the issuing countries. For the countries who are not parties to the Hague Apostile Convention, diplomas shall be authenticated by the Embassy/Consular Office of Romania from the issuing country. Diplomas from Republic of Moldova do not need any form of authentication. Diplomas issued before 2008 shall be accompanied by a Certificate of Authentcity issued by the Ministry of Education of Republic of Moldova (in original).
  3. School record (school transcript with grades) for all high school years, in the original, copy and certified translation (in the original) in Romanian.
  4. Birth certificate, in the original and certified translation (in the original) in Romanian.
  5. Marriage certificate, in the original and certified translation (in the original) in Romanian, if applicable.
  6. Health certificate, specifying that the candidate is apt for higher education studies.
  7. 3 (three) recent photo ID cards.
  8. Language proficiency certificate for Romanian/English, B1 level at minimum, issued by institutions authorized by the Ministry of National Education, or an international certificate for English: Cambridge, INERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM (IELTS), TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (TOEFL), or other internationally recognized certificate (candidates who are citizens of countries in which the official language is English or have study documents certifying high school graduation in English are exempt from this obligation).

 

Candidates submit to the Department of International Relations, 189 Calea Văcărești, Building M, District 4, three envelope files, on the cover of which they will write with capital letters the surname at birth (from birth certificate), current surname (after marriage, adoption, change on request, if applicable), initial/initials of the given name/names of the father (mother, if the father is unknown), the given name of the candidate, the study programme for which they are applying, as well as the e-mail address and the mobile phone number. Two of them must contain study papers in certified translations, apostile /authenticated, and the third with plain copies of all documents. 

 

COMPETITION TESTS AND DISCIPLINES

 

Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dental Medicine 

1. For the bachelor study programmes Medicine (in Romanian) and Dental Medicine (in Romanian), the competition disciplines are BIOLOGY, compulsory, and CHEMISTRY or PHYSICS, at choice. The contest test consists of completing a 100-question grid test, out of which 70 for compulsory discipline and 30 for the one of choice. Each question has five response variants. Questions are of two types: 

a) Questions with a single correct response out of five. Each question marked with the correct response and only the correct response is scored with a point;

b) Questions with two correct responses out of five. Each question marked with both correct responses and only those responses point is scored with a point.

 

The general average for the admission contest is calculated as follows: 

General\;average = \frac{score\;obtained\;at\;Biology + score\;obtained\;at\;the\;discipline\;of\;choice}{10}

The minimum average for admission could not be less than 5 (five). 

Candidates will be required to specify on the Application Form for admission the discipline of their choice to which they will support the admission contest.

 

2. For the bachelor study programmes General Nursing and Dental Technique, the competition discipline is BIOLOGY. The contest test consist of completing a 100-question grid test. Each question has five response variants, out of which a single response is correct. Each question marked with the correct response and only the correct response is scored with a point. The score turns into a mark as follows: 

Mark = score\;obtained\;at\;Biology\times0.1

The minimum mark obtained at the question grid test could not be less than 5 (five). The general average for the admission contest takes into consideration the general average obtained in the baccalaureate exam, with a weight of 10% of the general admission average.

 

Themes and recommended textbooks: 

BIOLOGIE, Manual pentru clasa a XI-a, autori: Dan Cristescu, Carmen Sălăvăstru, Bogdan Voiculescu, Cezar Th. Niculescu, Radu Cârmaciu. Editura Corint, orice ediție începând cu 2006. (Cu excepția subcapitolelor Teme și aplicații, Lucrări practice, Autoevaluare, Noțiuni elementare de igienă și patologie.) 

CHIMIE, Manual pentru clasa a X-a, autori: Luminița Vlădescu, Corneliu Tăbărășanu-Mihăilă, Luminița Irinel Doicin, Editura Grup Editorial Art, orice ediție începând cu 2010. (Capitolul 1. Introducere în studiul chimiei organice, pp. 5-16. Capitolul 2. Hidrocarburi. 2.1 Alcani, pp. 18-35, 2.2 Alchene, pp. 35-55, 2.3 Alchine, pp. 55-65, 2.4 Alcadiene, pp. 65-71, 2.5 Arene, pp. 71-88. Capitolul 3. Compuși organici monofuncționali. 3.1 Alcooli, pp. 91-100, 3.2 Acizi carboxilici, pp. 100-117. CHIMIE C1, Manual pentru clasa a XI-a, autori: Luminița Vlădescu, Irinel Adriana Badea, Luminița Irinel Doicin, Editura Grup Editorial Art, orice ediție începând cu 2006. (Capitolul 1. Clasificarea compușilor organici în funcție de natura grupei funcționale, pp. 5-20. Capitolul 2. Reacții ale compușilor organici, pp. 21-60. Capitolul 3. Compuși organici cu proprietăți acido-bazice, pp. 61-88. Capitolul 4. Compuși organici cu funcțiuni divalente. Compuși carbonilici, pp. 89-106. Capitolul 5. Compuși organici cu funcțiuni mixte, p. 107-146. Capitolul 6. Compuși organici cu importanță biologică, pp. 147-167. Din ambele manuale, textele marcate cu verde (pentru cercul de chimie) nu fac parte din prezenta bibliografie. 

FIZICĂ. Manuale orientative: FIZICĂ, Manual pentru clasa a IX-a, autori: Cleopatra Gherbanovschi, Nicolae Gherbanovschi. Editura Niculescu ABC, orice ediție începând cu 2004. FIZICĂ, Manual pentru clasa a X-a, autori: Cleopatra Gherbanovschi, Nicolae Gherbanovschi. Editura Niculescu ABC, orice ediție începând cu 2005. FIZICĂ, F1 + F2, Manual pentru clasa a XI-a, autori: Octavian Rusu, Livia Dinică, Constantin Trăistaru, Constantin Gavrilă. Editura Corint, orice ediție începând cu 2006. Tematica: 1) Optica geometrică. Principiile opticii geometrice. Reflexia și refracția luminii. Aplicaţii ale fenomenului de refracţie. Aplicaţii ale fenomenului de reflexie. Lentile subţiri. Sisteme de lentile. Ochiul. Vederea cromatică. Instrumente optice (Microscopul). 2) Elemente de termodinamică. Mărimi caracteristice structurii discrete. Noţiuni termodinamice de bază. Calorimetrie. Fenomene termice. Gazul ideal. Transformări de stare de agregare. Principiul I al termodinamicii. Principiul al II-lea al termodinamicii. 3) Producerea şi utilizarea curentului continuu. Curentul electric. Legea lui Ohm pentru un circuit electric simplu. Teoremele lui Kirchhoff. Gruparea rezistoarelor şi a generatoarelor electrice. Energia şi puterea electrică. Transferul optim de putere. Efectele curentului electric. Aplicaţii (fără magnetism). 4) Optica ondulatorie. Dispersia luminii. Interpretare electromagnetică. Interferenţa. Difracţia luminii. Aplicaţii. Polarizarea luminii. Aplicaţii.

 

3. For the bachelor study programmes Medicine (in English) and Dental Medicine (in English), the competition disciplines are BIOLOGY, compulsory, and CHEMISTRY or PHYSICS, at choice. The contest test consists of completing a 60-question grid test, out of which 40 for compulsory discipline and 20 for the one of choice. Each question has five response variants, out of which a single response is correct. Each question marked with the correct response and only the correct answer is scored with a point. The general average for the admission contest is calculated as follows: 

General\;average = \frac{score\;obtained\;at\;Biology + score\;obtained\;at\;the\;discipline\;of\;choice}{6}

The minimum average for admission could not be less than 5 (five).

 

Themes and recommended textbooks:

 

BIOLOGY: Anatomy and Physiology, Betts, J. G., DeSaix, P., & Johnson, E., et al. (2013) 

Themes for Medicine (in English): Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Human Body, without Medical Imaging. Chapter 3: The Cellular Level of Organization. Chapter 4: The Tissue Level of Organization, without Tissue Injury and Aging. Chapter 5: The Integumentary System, without Diseases, Disorders, and Injuries of the Integumentary System. Chapter 6: Bone Tissue and the Skeletal System, only The Functions of the Skeletal System, Bone Classification, Bone Structure. Chapter 9: Joints, without Anatomy of Selected Synovial Joints, Development of Joints. Chapter 10: Muscle Tissue, without Types of Muscle Fibers, Exercise and Muscle Performance, Development and Regeneration of Muscle Tissue. Chapter 11: The Muscular System, only Interactions of Skeletal Muscles, Their Fascicle Arrangement, and Their Lever Systems, Naming Skeletal Muscles. Chapter 12: The Nervous System and Nervous Tissue. Chapter 13: Anatomy of the Nervous System. Chapter 15: The Autonomic Nervous System, only Divisions of the Autonomic Nervous System, Autonomic Reflexes and Homeostasis. Chapter 17: The Endocrine System, without Development and Aging of the Endocrine System. Chapter 18: The Cardiovascular System: Blood, only An Overview of Blood. Chapter 19: The Cardiovascular System: The Heart, without Cardiac Physiology, Development of the Heart. Chapter 20: The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Circulation, only Circulatory Pathways. Chapter 21: The Lymphatic and Immune System, only Anatomy of the Lymphatic and Immune Systems. Chapter 22: The Respiratory System, only Organs and Structures of the Respiratory System, The Process of Breathing, Gas Exchange, Transport of Gases. Chapter 23: The Digestive System. Chapter 24: Metabolism and Nutrition, only Overview of Metabolic Reactions, Metabolic States of the Body, Energy and Heat Balance. Chapter 25: The Urinary System, only Gross Anatomy of Urine Transport, Gross Anatomy of the Kidney, Microscopic Anatomy of the Kidney, Physiology of Urine Formation. Chapter 26: Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance, only Body Fluids and Fluid Compartments. Chapter 27: The Reproductive System, without Development of the Male and Female Reproductive Systems. 

From all selected chapters, the following highlighted features are NOT required: Homeostatic Imbalances, Disorders, Diseases, Aging, Career Connections, Everyday Connections, Interactive Links.

 

Themes for Dental Medicine (in English): 

Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Human Body. 1.2 Structural Organization of the Human Body. 1.3 Functions of Human Life. 1.6 Anatomical Terminology. Chapter 3: The Cellular Level of Organization. 3.1 The Cell Membrane. 3.2 The Cytoplasm and Cellular Organelles. 3.3 The Nucleus and DNA Replication. Chapter 4: The Tissue Level of Organization. 4.1 Types of Tissues. 4.2 Epithelial Tissue. 4.3 Connective Tissue Supports and Protects. 4.4 Muscle Tissue and Motion. 4.5 Nervous Tissue Mediates Perception and Response. Chapter 5: The Integumentary System. 5.1 Layers of the Skin. 5.2 Accessory Structures of the Skin. 5.3 Functions of the Integumentary System. Chapter 6: Bone Tissue and the Skeletal System. 6.1 The Functions of the Skeletal System. 6.2 Bone Classification. 6.3 Bone Structure. Chapter 7: Axial Skeleton. 7.1 Divisions of the Skeletal System. 7.2 The Skull. 7.3 The Vertebral Column. 7.4 The Thoracic Cage. Chapter 8: The Appendicular Skeleton. 8.1 The Pectoral Girdle. 8.2 Bones of the Upper Limb. 8.3 The Pelvic Girdle and Pelvis. 8.4 Bones of the Lower Limb. Chapter 10: Muscle Tissue. 10.1 Overview of Muscle Tissues. Chapter 11: The Muscular System.11.1 Interactions of Skeletal Muscles, Their Fascicle Arrangement, and Their Lever System. Chapter 12: The Nervous System and Nervous Tissue. 12.1 Basic Structure and Function of the Nervous System. 12.2 Nervous Tissue. Chapter 13: Anatomy of the Nervous System. 13.2 The Central Nervous System. 13.3 Circulation and the Central Nervous System. 13.4 The Peripheral Nervous System. Chapter 15: The Autonomic Nervous System. 15.1 Divisions of the Autonomic Nervous System. 15.2 Autonomic Reflexes and Homeostasis. Chapter 17: The Endocrine System. 17.1 An Overview of the Endocrine System. 17.2 Hormones. 17.3 The Pituitary Gland and Hypothalamus. 17.4 The Thyroid Gland. 17.5 The Parathyroid Glands. 17.6 The Adrenal Glands. 17.7 The Pineal Gland. 17.8 Gonadal and Placental Hormones. 17.9 The Endocrine Pancreas. 17.10 Organs with Secondary Endocrine Functions. Chapter 18: The Cardiovascular System: Blood. 18.1 An Overview of Blood. Chapter 19: The Cardiovascular System: The Heart. 19.1 Heart Anatomy. 19.2 Cardiac Muscle and Electrical Activity. 19.3 Cardiac Cycle. Chapter 20: The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Circulation. 20.5 Circulatory Pathways. Chapter 22: The Respiratory System. 22.1 Organs and Structures of the Respiratory System. Chapter 23: The Digestive System. 23.1 Overview of the Digestive System. 23.2 Digestive System Processes and Regulation. 23.3 The Mouth, Pharynx, and Esophagus. 23.4 The Stomach. 23.5 The Small and Large Intestines. 23.6 Accessory Organs in Digestion: The Liver, Pancreas, and Gallbladder. 23.7 Chemical Digestion and Absorption: A Closer Look. Chapter 24: Metabolism and Nutrition. 24.1 Overview of Metabolic Reactions. Chapter 25: The Urinary System. 25.2 Gross Anatomy of Urine Transport. 25.3 Gross Anatomy of the Kidney. Chapter 26: Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance. 26.1 Body Fluids and Fluid Compartments. Chapter 27: The Reproductive System27.1 Anatomy and Physiology of the Male Reproductive System. 27.2 Anatomy and Physiology of the Female Reproductive System. 

From all selected chapters, the following highlighted features are NOT required: Homeostatic Imbalances, Disorders, Diseases, Aging, Career Connections, Everyday Connections, Interactive Links. 

1. The Free High School Science Texts: Textbooks for High School Students Studying the Sciences. Chemistry. Grades 10-12, November 2008. Chapters: Chapter 3. The Atom – Grade 10, pp. 35-62. Chapter 4. Atomic combinations – Grade 11, pp. 63-90. Chapter 6. Solutions and Solubility – Grade 11, pp. 101-106. Chapter 9. Organic Molecules – Grade 12, pp. 151-184. Chapter 10. Organic Macromolecules – Grade 12, pp. 185-208. Chapter 13. Quantitative Aspects of Chemical Change – Grade 11, pp. 233-254. Chapter 15. Types of Reactions – Grade 11. pp. 267-286. 2. Study Guide with Solutions Manual for Hart/Craine/Hart/Hadad’s Organic Chemistry: A Short Course, 13th Edition by Harold Hart, Christopher M. Hadad, Leslie E. Craine,‎ David J. Hart (all chapters). 

The Free High School Science Texts: Textbooks for High School Students Studying the Sciences. Physics. Grades 10-12, Editors: Jaynie Padayachee, Joanne Boulle, Diana Mulcahy, Anette Nell, Rene Toerien, Donovan Withfield, November 2008. Chapter 7. Geometrical Optics – Grade 10: 7.2 Light Rays; 7.3 Reflection; 7.4 Refraction. Chapter 10. Electric Circuits – Grade 10: 10. 1 Electric Eircuits; 10.2 Potential Difference; 10.3 Current; 10.4 Resistance. Chapter 13. Geometrical Optics – Grade 11: 13.2 Lenses; 13.3 The Human Eye; 13.6 Microscopes. Chapter 19. Electric Circuits – Grade 11: 19.2 Ohm՚s Law; 19.3 Resistance. 

Candidates will be required to specify on the Application Form for admission the discipline of their choice to which they will support the admission contest.

 

Faculty of Pharmacy 

For the bachelor study programme Pharmacy, the competition discipline is CHEMISTRY. The contest test consists of completing a 20-question grid test. Each question has four response variants, out of which a single response is correct. Each question marked with the correct response and only the correct answer is scored with 0.5 points. The score turns into a mark as follows: 

Mark = score\;obtained\;at\;Chemistry\times0.5

The minimum mark obtained at the question grid test could not be less than 5 (five). The general average for the admission contest is calculated as an arithmetic mean between the mark obtained in the grid test and the average obtained at the baccalaureate exam.

 

Themes and recommended textbook: 

CHIMIE, Manual pentru clasa a X-a, autori: Luminița Vlădescu, Corneliu Tăbărășanu-Mihăilă, Luminița Irinel Doicin, Editura Grup Editorial Art, orice ediție începând cu 2010. (Capitolul 1. Introducere în studiul chimiei organice, pp. 5-16. Capitolul 2. Hidrocarburi. 2.1 Alcani, pp. 18-35, 2.2 Alchene, pp. 35-55, 2.3 Alchine, pp. 55-65, 2.4 Alcadiene, pp. 65-71, 2.5 Arene, pp. 71-88. Capitolul 3. Compuși organici monofuncționali. 3.1 Alcooli, pp. 91-100, 3.2 Acizi carboxilici, pp. 100-117. Textele marcate cu verde (pentru cercul de chimie) nu fac parte din prezenta bibliografie.

 

Faculty of Informatics 

For the bachelor study programme Informatics, the competition discipline is INFORMATICS and INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY. The contest test consists of completing a 20-question grid test. Each question has four response variants, out of which a single response is correct. Each question marked with the correct response and only the correct answer is scored with 0.5 points. The score turns into a mark as follows: 

Mark = score\;obtained\;at\;the\;question\;grid\;test\times0.5

The minimum mark obtained at the question grid test could not be less than 5 (five). The general average for the admission contest takes into consideration the general average obtained in the baccalaureate exam, with a weight of 25% of the general admission average. 

The subjects will be elaborated on the basis of the curricula in force since 2011, at the INFORMATICS discipline, years of study IX-XI, the specialization Mathematics-Informatics (nonintensive Informatics) and the discipline of INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY, years of study IX-X, studied in the common trunk, to all branches, profiles and specializations. For all these subjects and years of study, all alternative manuals approved by MEN are valid.

 

Faculty of Law, Faculty of Psychology, Faculty of Finance-Banking, Accounting and Business Administration, Faculty of Social, Political and Humanistic Sciences, Faculty of Law and Economic Sciences Târgu Jiu

 

Undergraduate study programs 

The general average for the admission contest is calculated as an arithmetic mean between the average obtained at the baccalaureate exam and the mark obtained at the written test of the Romanian language in the baccalaureate exam, for the candidates who have attended the high school studies in Romania, respectively the mark obtained at the test of general knowledge of basic Romanian language, for the candidates who have attended high school studies outside Romania or in a language other than Romanian.

 

Master’s degree programs 

The competition test for admission to Master’s degree studies is an interview (oral exam), marked with grades from 10 (ten) to 1 (one). The promotion grade of the interview is at least 5 (five). The general average for the admission to Master’s degree programs is calculated as an arithmetic mean between the grade obtained at the interview and the average average obtained in the bachelor’s examination and may not be less than 6 (six). 

 

The fees may be paid at the Cashier Desk or at the university’s bank account 

RO090BTRL04301202N01816XX 

Fees for supporting the tests mentioned above are not refundable under any conditions.