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Admission 2019

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

Candidates who are on the provisional lists of admitted candidates are invited to pay the fees in order to confirm their place. In case the fees are not paid until the deadline, the place will be made available for the next candidates:

  • Tuition fee until 23rd September 2019;
  • Fee for preparing and submitting the file to MEN until 18th September 2019.

Please see below – PROCEDURE OF ADMISSION FOR INTERNATIONAL CANDIDATES 2019-2020 – the details about the fees and the methods of payment.


 

ADMISSION CONTEST

SEPTEMBER 2019

 

SPECIALIZATION MEDICINE IN ENGLISH

 

SPECIALIZATION DENTAL MEDICINE IN ENGLISH

 


 

PROCEDURE OF ADMISSION FOR INTERNATIONAL CANDIDATES 2019-2020

 

    1. Why should I choose Titu Maiorescu University?
    2. When is the admission organized?
    3. Who is eligible for application?
    4. How can I prepare for the admission contest?
    5. EU candidates
      1. What documents do I need for registration?
      2. What are the registration steps?
    6. NON – EU candidates
      1. What documents do I need for registration?
      2. What are the registration steps?
    7. The online registration portal for international candidates can be accessed at the following link: http://admission.utm.ro:9600/EXAM/. Manual for accessing the online registration portal for international candidates can be downloaded from here.

 

Why should I choose Titu Maiorescu University?

In its almost 30 years of history, Titu Maiorescu University (www.utm.ro) has provided an alternative for the higher education courses offered by the public universities; a high-quality alternative that benefited from premises and facilities at the highest standards and has made available to the students all three cycles of studies – bachelor studies, master studies and PhD.

Along the years the graduates have been employed in the Romanian and European labor market, occupying various positions for which they are qualified based on their graduation diploma and the practical skills they have gained during studies. 

Titu Maiorescu University offers the following study programs in the field of health:

Figure 1

Study program Duration of studies Number of credits Language of instruction Available places Regulation of the European Union Tuition fee EU Tuition fee Non-EU
Medicine 6 years 360 English 45 Sectorial 7000 Euro 9000 Euro
Dental Medicine 6 years 360 English 45 Sectorial 7000 Euro 9000 Euro
Medicine 6 years 360 Romanian 125 Sectorial 5000 Euro 7500 Euro
General Nursing 4 years 240 Romanian 65 Sectorial 1650 Euro 7500 Euro
Dental Medicine 6 years 360 Romanian 130 Sectorial 4000 Euro 7500 Euro
Dental Technician 3 years 180 Romanian 25 General 3000 Euro 7500 Euro
Pharmacy 5 years 300 Romanian 50 Sectorial 3000 Euro 7500 Euro
Preparatory Year for Romanian Language 1 year 60 English/Romanian 100 National 3000 Euro 3000 Euro

 

 Within the Titu Maiorescu University students benefit from unique opportunities:

  • Clinical practice in public and private hospitals, interacting with real patients;
  • Small working groups (8 students/ clinical subjects; 12-15 students/ preclinical subjects) which facilitates customized interactions with professors;
  • Erasmus+ mobilities for studies and  internship in European universities and clinics ;
  • Optional subjects in the curriculum, adapted to students’ interest and diverse research opportunities.
  • International research projects and visiting professors;
  • Acces to private medical services (free/discount)
  • Modern campus – student residences (500 rooms fully equipped), restaurant and cafeteria;
  • Career coaching, soft skills trainings
  • Free MS Office 365 licenses.
  • Gym and sport facilities

 

When is the admission organized? 

Titu Maiorescu University (UTM) organizes admission contest in two sessions, JULY 2019 and SEPTEMBER 2019. The admission procedure is identical for the two sessions, but we highly encourage candidates to register in the July session, since in September the number of places is limited to the places left available after the July session.

Figure 2

Admission calendar
Study program Application period
JULY
Admission contest
JULY
Application period
SEPTEMBER

Admission contest
SEPTEMBER

Medicine in English 1-17 July 2019 22 July 2019 26 Aug – 6 Sept 10 Sept 2019
Dental Medicine in English 1-17 July 2019 22 July 2019 26 Aug – 6 Sept 10 Sept 2019
Medicine in Romanian 1-17 July 2019 25 July 2019 26 Aug – 6 Sept 11 Sept 2019
General Nursing 1-17 July 2019 25 July 2019 26 Aug – 6 Sept 11 Sept 2019
Dental Medicine in Romanian 1-17 July 2019 26 July 2019 26 Aug – 6 Sept 12 Sept 2019
Dental Technician 1-17 July 2019 26 July 2019 26 Aug – 6 Sept 12 Sept 2019
Faculty of Pharmacy 1-29 July 2019 30 July 2019 2 Sept – 26 Sept 27 Sept 2019
Preparatory Year for Romanian Language 1-30 July 2019 31 July 2019 2 Sept – 25 Sept 27 Sept 2019

   

 

Who is eligible for application?

Citizens from Romania, EU countries, EEA and Swiss Confederation and third countries (non-EU) are eligible for application and participation in the admission contest. The minimum requirement is a high school diploma from an accredited high school in the applicant’s country of origin. The diploma must be recognized by the Ministry of National Education in Romania. 

The matriculation in the study programmes is conditional on:

  • Passing the admission contest;
  • Language proficiency certificate for Romanian/English. 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. (please see more details regarding documents requested for application);
  • For EU candidates – the recognition of high school studies by the National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas of the Ministry of National Education (NCRED);
  • For non-EU candidates – on the receipt of the letter of acceptance to studies from the General Direction for International Relations and European Affairs of the Ministry of National Education (GDIRE) for non-EU candidates.

 

How can I prepare for the admission contest?

 

Medicine (in English) 

The admission contest 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 = (score obtained at Biology + score obtained at the discipline of choice) / 6

 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.

 

Sample grid test for Medicine (in English) (Annex 5a)

 

Topics and recommended textbooks:

 

BIOLOGY:

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

 

Biology Topics 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. 

 

CHEMISTRY

  1. 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).
  2. The Free High School Science Texts: Textbooks for High School Students Studying the Sciences. Chemistry. Grades 10-12, November 2008.

 

Chemistry Topics for Medicine (in English):

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.

 

PHYSICS

  1. 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.

 

Physics Topics for Medicine (in English):

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 .

 

 

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 = (score obtained at Biology + score obtained at the discipline of choice) / 6 

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.

 

Sample grid test for Dental Medicine (Annex 5b)

 

Topics and recommended textbooks:

 

BIOLOGY

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

 

Biology Topics 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 System 27.1 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.

 

 CHEMISTRY

  1. The Free High School Science Texts: Textbooks for High School Students Studying the Sciences. Chemistry. Grades 10-12, November 2008.

 

Chemistry Topics for Dental Medicine (in English):

Chapter 4. Atomic combinations – Grade 11, pp. 63-90. Chapter 9. Organic Molecules – Grade 12, pp. 151-184. Chapter 10. Organic Macromolecules – Grade 12, pp. 185-208. Chapter 15. Types of Reactions – Grade 11. pp. 267-286 

 

PHYSICS

  1. 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.

 

Physics Topics for Dental Medicine (in English):

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 .

 

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 × 0.5 

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.

 

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 × 0.5 

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 Comunication Sciences and International Relations;

 Faculty of Law and Economic Sciences Târgu Jiu

 

 

For the candidates who have attended the high school studies in Romania 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 high school studies outside Romania or in a language other than Romanian, the general average for the admission contest is calculated as an arithmentic mean between the average obtained at the baccalaureat/high school graduation exam and the average of the grades obtained at first foreign language studied in the highschool years. 

 

 

EU candidates

What documents do I need for registration? 

The citizens of Romania with high school studies abroad or other education systems operating on the territory of Romania, citizens of other EU states, of the states belonging to the European Economic Area and the Swiss Confederation should obtain the recognition of high school studies by the National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas of the Ministry of National Education (NCRED). The non-recognition of high school studies by NCRED is the legal reason for the University not to do the matriculation of the candidate. 

Titu Maiorescu University will submit the file to the National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas of the Ministry of National Education for obtaining the recognition. Therefore, the candidate must submit the following documents: 

  1. Information note and Declaration of consent for the processing of personal data – Annex 1 (Medicine / Dental Medicine)
  2. Application form for Enrolment in the admissionAnnex 2 (Medicine / Dental Medicine)
  3. Application form for recognition of studies for enrolment to undergraduate studies, academic year 2019-2020, that will be submitted by UTM to the Ministry of National Education (NCRED). – Annex 3
  4. Study document (high school diploma or its equivalent), in the original and legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals of the legalized translation).
  5. Certificate of passing high school exam (or its equivalent) in original and legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals), in the case of candidates who have passed the high school exam in the sessions corresponding to the school year 2018-2019. These candidates have the obligation to submit to the secretariat of the faculty the high school diploma (or the equivalent diploma), in the original and legalized translation into Romanian, until October 2, 2019, if they are admitted. Other documents, if necessary, will be transmitted in copy and certified translation into Romanian. The authentication shall be applied by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country and the Embassy/Consular Office of Romania in the respective country or by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country and its Embassy/Consular Office in Romania and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania. For the countries where there are no diplomatic missions of Romania or do not have diplomatic missions in Romania, the study documents shall have a certification issued by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country. The exemption from authentication is allowed according to the law, as stated by an international treaty to which Romania is a party or based on reciprocity. The translations made in Greece shall be certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Greece. If the last name/surname or first name/given name of the candidate on the high school diploma is not identical to the name appearing on his / her birth certificate or passport, the candidate is required to submit a certified explanatory note.
  6. School/Transcript of records (school transcript with grades) for all high school years, in the original and legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals).
  7. Birth certificate, legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals).
  8. Marriage certificate, legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals), if applicable.
  9. Personal identification document (passport and other form of identification proving the citizenship of a member state of the EU, EEA or the Swiss Confederation) legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals).
  10. Medical certificate, in English or Romanian, specifying that the candidate is apt for higher education studies in the chosen field (e.g. medical field).
  11. 3 (three) recent photos, size 3/4.
  12. 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). Certificates with limited validity must be valid at the beginning of the academic year in which the applicant enrolled.

 

 

EU candidates

What are the registration steps?

 

Step 1. – Registration online and at the Department of International Relations 

For the JULY session, the period for online registration is 01.07.2019 – 15.07.2019.

The period for receiving original documents is 01.07.2019 – 19.07.2019 (via postal mail or delivered in person). If the file is sent via postal mail, please consider that the documents should arrive at UTM before 17.07.2019. 

For the SEPTEMBER session, the period for online registration is 01.08.2019 – 06.09.2019.

The period for receiving original documents is 26.08.2019 – 06.09.2019 (via postal mail or delivered in person). If the file is sent via postal mail, please consider that the documents should arrive at UTM before 06.09.2019 

The online registration portal for international candidates can be accessed at the following link: http://admission.utm.ro:9600/EXAM/.
Manual for accessing the online registration portal for international candidates can be downloaded from here.

Make sure you have available all the documents requested above before starting the online registration.

The candidates’ files submitted online are subject to a verification by the Department of International Relations. If the file is complete you will receive an electronic message requesting 2 hard copy files.

If the file is incomplete, you will receive a message for correction/completion, following which you will add the missing documents online. 

Once the file has been validated, the candidates must pay the admission fees (see below) and submit via postal mail or deliver personally (or via a legally authorized person) the 2 files containing all the original documents in legalized translations, apostille /authenticated described above, that are already uploaded online, at the following address:

 

UNIVERSITATEA TITU MAIORESCU

Department Relatii Internationale (DRI)

189 Calea Văcărești, Building M,

District 4, Bucharest

 

The 2 files must have written on their cover the following information:

  • Last name/ surname at birth (from birth certificate),
  • Current last name/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),
  • First name/given name of the candidate,
  • Study programme for which they apply
  • E-mail address of the candidate
  • Mobile phone number of the candidate

 

Any inconsistency between the official data of the candidate and those submitted in the on-line registration platform leads to the dismissal of the candidate!!! 

 

Step 2. – Payment of the admission fees 

The admission fee is non-refundable under any circumstances. 

The fees can be paid in RON at the Cashier Desk (Dambovnicului 22, District 4, Bucharest, next to the Department of International Relations) or in the university’s bank account: RO90BTRL04301202N01816XX, Banca Transilvania. 

One copy of the payment proof is added to each file sent for registration. 

Candidates from Romania, EU, EEA and SC states, pay the following fees (RON):

Figure 3

6.1 ADMISSION FEES (RON) Bachelor Master Doctoral
6.1.1 Enrolment/admission fees for candidates: Romanian citizens, members of EU, EEA and SC Medicine (Romanian)Dental Medicine (Romanian) 350 350 1.000
Medicine (English)Dental Medicine (English) 450  —  —
6.1.2 NursingDental Technique 300  —  —
6.1.3 Informatics 250 200  —
Finance-Banking, Accounting and Business Administration; Psychology; Social Political and Humanistic Sciences (including Preparatory Year for Romanian Language) 100 100  —
Nursing – Târgu Jiu 265  —  —
Pharmacy 250  —  —
Law 100 100 1.000
6.1.4 Enrolment/admission fees for candidates independent of their citizenship Specializations:Medicine (English)Dental Medicine (English) 450  —  —

 

Step 3. – Confirmation of registration

Once the 2 files with the hard copies are validated by the Department of International Relations, you will receive a confirmation email.

If the files are submitted personally or via a legally authorized person, your registration will be confirmed in person.

Department of International Relations will send one file with the hard copies to the Secretary of the Faculty.

 

Step 4. – Participate in the admission contest

Figure 4

Study program

Admission contestJULY

Admission contest

SEPTEMBER

Medicine in English 22 July 2019 10 Sept 2019
Dental Medicine in English 22 July 2019 10 Sept 2019
Medicine in Romanian 25 July 2019 11 Sept 2019
General Nursing 25 July 2019 11 Sept 2019
Dental Medicine in Romanian 26 July 2019 12 Sept 2019
Dental Technician 26 July 2019 12 Sept 2019
Faculty of Pharmacy 30 July 2019 27 Sept 2019
Preparatory Year for Romanian Language 31 July 2019 27 Sept 2019

 

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.

Step 5. – Applying for the certificate of recognition of studies at the Ministry of National Education 

For the candidates that pass the admission contest Titu Maiorescu University – Department of International Relations will apply to the National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas of the Ministry of National Education (NCRED) for obtaining the certificate of recognition of studies. The application is made based on the documents provided by the candidate in the Enrolment step 1.

Within 3 days after receiving the admission contest results, candidates must pay the fee for preparing and submitting the file to MEN.

Candidates who have already obtained the recognition of studies from NCRED, do not undergo this process.

However, we cannot accept candidates who submitted their documents themselves to MEN and have not yet received the attestation.

6.1 ADMISSION FEES (in RON) Bachelor Master Doctoral
6.1.10 Fee for preparing and submitting the candidate’s file to the Ministry of National Education for obtaining the certificate of recognition of studies 1.000 1.000 1.000

 

The fees can be paid in RON at the Cashier Desk (Dambovnicului 22, District 4, Bucharest, next to the Department of International Relations) or in the university’s bank account in RON: RO90BTRL04301202N01816XX, Banca Transilvania. 

One copy of the payment proof is added to the files at the Department of International Relations.

 

Step 6. – Paying the tuition fee 

Candidates with Romanian citizenship and high school studies in Romania, in Romanian language, candidates’ citizens of EU States, EEA and Swiss Confederation, as well as Romanian citizens with studies abroad or other education systems operating on the territory of Romania who have been admitted are required to pay at least the first instalment of the tuition fee until AUGUST 30, 2019. Otherwise, the candidate will not be matriculated in the first year of study. The payment of the tuition fee can be made in full at the due date of the first instalment.

Figure 6

 

TUITION FEES FOR BACHELOR STUDIES

FACULTY/SPECIALIZATION

ANNUAL FEE

 

(in EUR)

       
1.1 Law

Full-time

Distance

1.1.1 Law year I – II

540

540

1.1.2. Law year III – IV

540

500

       
1.2 Finance-Banking, Accounting and Business Administration

Full-time

Distance

1.2.1 Finance-Banking

540

500

1.2.2 Accounting

540

500

1.2.3 Business Administration

540

 —
       
1.3 Psychology

Full-time

Distance

1.3.1 Psychology

940

1.100

       
1.4 Informatics

Full-time

Distance

1.4.1 Informatics year I

1.350

1.650

1.4.2 Informatics year II

1.200

1.500

1.4.3 Informatics year III

900

1.000

       
1.5 Medicine

Full-time

Distance

1.5.1 Medicine year I

5.000

 —
1.5.2 Medicine year II

4.500

 —
1.5.3 Medicine year III

3.000

 —
1.5.4. Medicine years IV – VI

3.000

 —
1.5.5 Nursing year   I – III

1.650

 —
1.5.6 Nursing year IV

1.550

 —
1.5.7 Medicine in English I-III

7.000

 —
1.6 Dental Medicine

Full-time

Distance

1.6.1 Dental Medicine year I –III

4.000

 —
1.6.2. Dental Medicine year IV – VI

3.500

 —
1.6.3 Dental Technique

3.000

 —
1.6.4 Dental Medicine in English I-III

7.000

 —
       
1.7 Pharmacy

Full-time

Distance

1.7.1 Pharmacy year I – III

3.000

 —
1.7.2 Pharmacy year IV- V

2.950

 —
       
1.8 Communication Sciences and International Relations

Full-time

Distance

1.8.1 Communication and Public Relations year I -II

550

 —
1.8.2 Communication and Public Relations year III

500

 —
1.8.3 International Relations and European Studies year I – II

550

 —
1.8.4 International Relations and European Studies year III

500

 —
1.8.5 Preparatory year of Romanian language for international students

3.000

 —
       
1.9 Law and Economical Sciences Târgu Jiu

Full-time

Distance

1.9.1 Law

540

 —
1.9.2 Accounting

540

 —
1.10 Nursing Târgu Jiu

Full-time

Distance

1.10.1 Nursing

1.600

 —

 

Deadlines for tuition fees:

  • Instalment 1 (Year 1st students, July session) – 30 august 2019
  • Instalment 1 (Year 1st students, September session) – 30 September 2019
  • Instalment 2 – 17 January 2020
  • Instalment 3 – 8 May 2020

 

The fee can be paid in RON at the Cashier Desk (Dambovnicului 22, District 4, Bucharest) or in the university’s bank account in Banca Transilvania, Bucharest, SWIFT: RO22BTRL.

RON: RO90BTRL04301202N01816XX

EURO: RO65BTRL04304202N01816XX

For bank payment, please include the payment corresponding to the faculty and year of studies, available here.

One copy of the payment proof is added to the file at the Department of International Relations and one copy at the Secretary of the Faculty. 

The matriculation in the study programmes for citizens of EU States, EEA and Swiss Confederation, as well as Romanian citizens with studies abroad or other education systems operating on the territory of Romania is conditional on the recognition of high school studies by the National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas of the Ministry of National Education (NCRED). The non-recognition of high school studies by NCRED is the legal reason for the University not to do the matriculation of the candidate. In this case the paid tuition fee is reimbursed. 

The application file is returned, upon request, to the rejected candidate, without the payment of the fee.

The application file is returned, upon request, to the admitted candidate who renounces the place obtained by admission until September 30, 2019. The Enrolment fee for the admission contest and the fee for the processing and transmission of the file to the Ministry of National Education are not refundable in any case. In case of withdrawal from studies after September 30th, 2019 or expulsion from the University, the student pays a withdrawal fee of 100 RON. The student must pay the instalments of the tuition fees, including the related penalties, until the date of withdrawal/ expulsion. In case of the instalments paid in advance (an installment whose due date is after the date of withdrawal/ expulsion), they will be refunded to the student.

 

NON-EU candidates

What documents do I need for registration?

 

The citizens from outside EU, European Economic Area and the Swiss Confederation states/ Non-European Union candidates should obtain the letter of acceptance to studies from the General Direction for International Relations and European Affairs of the Ministry of National Education (GDIRE). Failure to obtain the letter of acceptance to studies from GDIRE is the legal reason for the University not to do the matriculation of the candidate. 

Titu Maiorescu University will submit the file to the General Direction for International Relations and European Affairs of the Ministry of National Education (GDIRE) for obtaining the letter of acceptance to studies. Therefore, the candidate must submit the following documents: 

  1. Information note and Declaration of consent for the processing of personal data – Annex 1 (Medicine / Dental Medicine)
  2. Application form for enrolment in the admissionAnnex 2 (Medicine / Dental Medicine)
  3. Application form for the issuance of letter of acceptance to studies, that will be submitted by UTM to the Ministry of National Education, General Direction for International Relations and European Affairs. – Annex 4
  4. Study document (high school diploma),in the original and legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals)
    1. Diplomas from countries that are members to the Hague Apostille Convention, request a Hague Apostille, issued by the competent authorities in the issuing countries.
    2. For the countries who are not parties to the Hague Apostille Convention, diplomas will be authenticated by the Embassy/Consular Office of Romania from the issuing country and by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Diplomas not complying with the above requests are rejected.
    3. Diplomas from Republic of Moldavia do not need any form of authentication. Diplomas issued before 2008 shall be accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by the Ministry of Education of Republic of Moldavia (in original).

If the last name/surname or first name/given name of the candidate on the high school diploma is not identical to the name appearing on his/ her birth certificate or passport, the candidate is required to submit a certified explanatory note.

  1. School/Transcript of records (school transcript with grades) for all high school years, in the original, and legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals).
  2. Birth certificate, legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals).
  3. Marriage certificate, legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals), if applicable.
  4. Divorce certificate, legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals), if applicable;
  5. Valid passport, legalized translation into Romanian (2 originals).
  6. Medical certificate, in English or Romanian, specifying that the candidate is apt for higher education studies in the chosen field (e.g. medical field).
  7. 3 (three) recent photos – size 3/4.
  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, INTERNATIONAL 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). Certificates with limited validity must be valid at the beginning of the academic year in which the applicant enrolled.

 

 

NON-EU candidates

What are the registration steps?

 

Step 1. – Registration online at the Department of International Relations 

The period for online registration is 01.07.2019 – 15.07.2019.

The period for receiving original documents is 01.07.2019 – 19.07.2019 (via postal mail or delivered in person). If the file is sent via postal mail, please consider that the documents should arrive at UTM before 17.07.2019. 

The online registration portal for international candidates can be accessed at the following link: http://admission.utm.ro:9600/EXAM/.
Manual for accessing the online registration portal for international candidates can be downloaded from here.

Make sure you have available all the documents requested above before starting the online registration.

The candidates’ files submitted online are subject to a verification by the Department of International Relations. If the file is complete you will receive an electronic message requesting 2 hard copy files.

If the file is incomplete, you will receive a message for correction/completion, following which you will add the missing documents online. 

Once the file has been validated, the candidates must pay the admission fees (see below), and submit via postal mail or deliver personally (or via a legally authorized person) the 2 files containing all the original documents in legalized translations, apostille /authenticated described above, that are already uploaded online, at the following address:

 

UNIVERSITATEA TITU MAIORESCU

Department Relatii Internationale (DRI)

189 Calea Văcărești, Building M,

District 4, Bucharest

 

The 2 files must have written on their cover the following information:

  • Last name/ surname at birth (from birth certificate),
  • Current last name/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),
  • First name/given name of the candidate,
  • Study programme for which they apply
  • E-mail address of the candidate
  • Mobile phone number of the candidate

Any inconsistency between the official data of the candidate and those submitted in the on-line registration platform leads to the dismissal of the candidate!!!

 

Step 2. – Payment of the admission fees

International candidates from outside EU, EEA and SC, pay the following fees (RON):

Figure 7

6.1 ADMISSION FEES (RON) Bachelor Master Doctoral
6.1.4 Enrolment/admission fees for candidates/students independent of their citizenship Medicine (English)Dental Medicine (English)  450    
6.1.5 Enrolment/admission fees for candidates/studentsNON – UE Medicine, Dental Medicine, Preparatory Year for Romanian Language 450    
6.1.6 Nursing; Dental Medicine 300  
6.1.7 All the other faculties 300  

The admission fee is non-refundable under any circumstances. 

The fees can be paid in RON at the Cashier Desk (Dambovnicului 22, District 4, Bucharest, next to the Department of International Relations) or in the university’s bank account: RO90BTRL04301202N01816XX, Banca Transilvania.

For bank payment, please include the payment corresponding to the faculty and year of studies, available here.

One copy of the payment proof is added to each file sent for registration.

 

Step 3. – Confirmation of registration 

Once the 2 files with the hard copies are validated by the Department of International Relations, you will receive a confirmation email. If the files are submitted personally or via a legally authorized person, your registration will be confirmed in person 

Department of International Relations will send one file with the hard copies to the Secretary of the Faculty.

 

Step 4. – Participate in the admission contest 

Figure 8

Study program Admission contestJULY Admission contestSEPTEMBER
Medicine in English 22 July 2019 10 Sept 2019
Dental Medicine in English 22 July 2019 10 Sept 2019
Medicine in Romanian 25 July 2019 11 Sept 2019
General Nursing 25 July 2019 11 Sept 2019
Dental Medicine in Romanian 26 July 2019 12 Sept 2019
Dental Technician 26 July 2019 12 Sept 2019
Faculty of Pharmacy 30 July 2019 27 Sept 2019
Preparatory Year for Romanian Language 31 July 2019 27 Sept 2019

 

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 1.

 

Step 5. – Applying for the letter of acceptance to studies at the Ministry of National Education 

For the candidates that pass the admission contest at Titu Maiorescu University – Department of International Relations will apply for a letter of acceptance to studies issued by the Ministry of National Education, based on the documents provided by the candidate in the enrolment step 1.

Within 3 days after receiving the admission contest results, candidates must pay the fee for preparing and submitting the file to MEN. 

The candidates who submitted their documents themselves to MEN and wish to register based on the registration receipt from MEN, can not be accepted.

 

Figure 9

6.1 ADMISSION FEES (in RON) Bachelor Master Doctoral
6.1.10 Fee for preparing and submitting the candidate’s file to the Ministry of National Education for obtaining the letter of acceptance for studies. 1.000 1.000 1.000

 

The fees can be paid in RON at the Cashier Desk (Dambovnicului 22, District 4, Bucharest, next to the Department of International Relations) or in the university’s bank account in RON: RO90BTRL04301202N01816XX, Banca Transilvania.

For bank payment, please include the payment corresponding to the faculty and year of studies, available here. 

One copy of the payment proof is added to the files at the Department of International Relations.

 

Step 6. – Paying the integral tuition fee for the first year of studies 

Candidates citizens of non-EU States who have been admitted are required to pay the tuition fee in full, in order to obtain a residency visa in Romanian for the whole academic year 2019-2020 until August 30, 2019. Otherwise, the candidate will not be matriculated in the first year of study.

 

Figure 10

  TUITION FEES for BACHELOR STUDIES FACULTY/SPECIALIZATION ANUAL FEE
(in EURO)
5.1.1 Law; Psychology, Informatics; Finance-Banking, Accounting and Business Administration; Social Political andHumanistic Sciences; Law and Economic Sciences Târgu-Jiu. 3.000
5.1.2 Medicine, Dental Medicine; Nursing Târgu-Jiu 7.500
5.1.3 Medicine in English; Dental Medicine in English 9.000

 

The fee can be paid in EURO in the university’s bank account:

EURO: RO65BTRL04304202N01816XX;

Banca Transilvania ; Bucharest,

SWIFT: RO22BTRL.

 

For bank payment, please include the payment corresponding to the faculty and year of studies, available here. 

One copy of the payment proof is added to the file at the Department of International Relations and one copy at the Secretary of the Faculty. 

The matriculation of the candidate is definite only after receiving the letter of acceptance from the Ministry of Education and presenting a passport with a valid visa for studies. In case the candidate is not accepted for studies by the Ministry of National Education, he/she cannot continue the studies and the paid tuition fee is reimbursed. 

The application file is returned, upon request, to the rejected candidate, without the payment of the fee.

The application file is returned, upon request, to the admitted candidate who renounces the place obtained by admission until September 30, 2019, without the payment of the fee. If, until this date, the admitted candidate pays the full tuition fee, it is refunded to the candidate.

The enrolment fee and the fee for the processing and transmission of the file to the Ministry of National Education are not refundable in any case.

In case of withdrawal from studies after September 30th, 2019 or expulsion from the University, the student pays a withdrawal fee of 100 RON. The student must pay the instalments of the tuition fees, including the related penalties, until the date of withdrawal/ expulsion. In case of the instalments paid in advance (an installment whose due date is after the date of withdrawal/ expulsion), they will be refunded to the student.