ADMISSION CONTEST

SEPTEMBER 2021

PROVISIONAL LIST OF ADMITTED CANDIDATES MEDICINE (IN ENGLISH) SEPTEMBER 2021

PROVISIONAL LIST OF REJECTED CANDIDATES MEDICINE (IN ENGLISH) SEPTEMBER 2021

 

IN THE ATTENTION OF THE CANDIDATES FOR THE ADMISSION CONTEST
MEDICINE (IN ENGLISH) PROGRAMME
SEPTEMBER 2021 SESSION

APPEALS FOR THE ADMISSION CONTEST CAN BE SUBMITTED UP TO SEPTEMBER 25, BETWEEN 08:00 AM AND 16:00 PM AT THE E-MAIL ADDRESS medicina.generala@univ.utm.ro

CANDIDATES FROM EU, ECONOMIC EUROPEAN AREA AND SWISS CONFEDERATION WHO HAVE BEEN ADMITTED ARE REQUIRED TO PAY AT LEAST THE FIRST INSTALLMENT OF THE TUITION FEE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2021. OTHERWISE, THE CANDIDATE WILL NOT BE MATRICULATED IN THE PROGRAMME.

CANDIDATES FROM NON-EU STATES WHO HAVE BEEN ADMITTED ARE REQUIRED TO PAY THE TUITION FEE IN FULL UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30, 2021, IN ORDER TO OBTAIN A RESIDENCY VISA IN ROMANIA FOR THE WHOLE ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-2022. OTHERWISE, THE CANDIDATE WILL NOT BE MATRICULATED IN THE PROGRAMME.


 

SPECIALIZATION MEDICINE IN ENGLISH

  • 24 SEPTEMBER 2021 – platform Office365 – Microsoft Teams, on Friday, 24th September, starting at 10:00 AM (Bucharest, GMT+3). For the exam, the platform will be opened for 2 hours.

 


 

IN THE ATTENTION OF THE CANDIDATES FOR THE ADMISSION CONTEST

MEDICINE (IN ENGLISH) PROGRAMME

JULY 2021 SESSION

 

FINAL LIST OF ADMITTED CANDIDATES MEDICINE (IN ENGLISH) JULY 2021

FINAL LIST OF REJECTED CANDIDATES MEDICINE (IN ENGLISH) JULY 2021

 

CANDIDATES FROM EU, ECONOMIC EUROPEAN AREA AND SWISS CONFEDERATION WHO HAVE BEEN ADMITTED ARE REQUIRED TO PAY AT LEAST THE FIRST INSTALLMENT OF THE TUITION FEE UNTIL AUGUST 30, 2021. OTHERWISE, THE CANDIDATE WILL NOT BE MATRICULATED IN THE PROGRAMME.

CANDIDATES FROM NON-EU STATES WHO HAVE BEEN ADMITTED ARE REQUIRED TO PAY THE TUITION FEE IN FULL UNTIL AUGUST 30, 2021, IN ORDER TO OBTAIN A RESIDENCY VISA IN ROMANIA FOR THE WHOLE ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021. OTHERWISE, THE CANDIDATE WILL NOT BE MATRICULATED IN THE PROGRAMME.

 


 

ADMISSION CONTEST

JULY 2021

SPECIALIZATION MEDICINE IN ENGLISH

  • 30 JULY 2021 – platform Office365 – Microsoft Teams, on Friday, 30th July, starting at 10:00 AM (Bucharest, GMT+3). For the exam, the platform will be opened for 2 hours. 

List of candidates for the admission contest – Medicine – biology-chemistry

List of candidates for the admission contest – Medicine – biology-physics

📌 Calea Vacaresti 189, sector 4, Bucharest

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Faculty:Faculty of Medicine
Degree:Bachelor
Form of education:Full-time
Number of available places:45
Duration of studies:6 years (12 semesters)
Number of credits:360 ECTS
Language of study:English
Tuition fee – EU candidates*:8000 Euro
Tuition fee – Non-EU candidates**:9500 Euro
Admission fee:450 RON
Recognition of studies fee (if applicable): :1000 RON
*The tuition fee can be paid in 3 installments

**The tuition fee is paid in full for the whole academic year.

 

JULY SessionSEPTEMBER Session
Registration start date1 July1 September
Registration deadline22 July17 September
Admission exam30 July24 September
Admission results30 July24 September
Submitting appeal31 July25 September
Final admission results31 July25 September
Deadline for submitting the original documents06 August01 October
Deadline to confirm the place30 August30 September

* The admission calendar might be subject to change considering the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

 

Type of exam:Online exam
Duration of exam:2 hours (120 minutes)
Mandatory subject:Biology
Subjects at choice:Chemistry or Physics
Information on exam:Multiple-choice test with 60 questions, of which 40 for Biology and 20 questions for the subject of choice (Chemistry or Physics).

Each question has five possible answers, of which only one is correct

Online exam score:biology score + discipline at choice score / 6
Minimum score for online exam:5
Sample of multiple-choice test:Sample of multiple-choice test for Medicine (in English) (Annex 5a)
General admission score calculation:The general average obtained in the Baccalaureate exam (or equivalent) is considered, with a weight of 50% of the general admission score
General admission score:Online exam score + Baccalaureate exam (or equivalent) score / 2

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

 

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

https://openstaxcollege.org/textbooks/anatomy-and-physiology.

Topics:
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 requiredHomeostatic ImbalancesDisordersDiseasesAgeingCareer ConnectionsEveryday ConnectionsInteractive Links.

 

CHEMISTRY: The Free High School Science Texts: Textbooks for High School Students Studying the Sciences. Chemistry. Grades 10-12, November 2008.
Topics: 
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 15: Types of Reactions – Grade 11. pp. 267-286

 

PHYSICS: 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.
Topics:
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 Circuits; 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

 

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE

Step 1. – Registration

1. ONLINE REGISTRATION
The candidates can start registering online at the following link https://www.utm.ro/portal/admitere/

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

The candidates’ files submitted online are subject to verification by the Department of International Relations. If the file is complete you will receive an electronic message that your file has been validated.

If the file is incomplete, you will be noticed for correction/completion of the file, following which you will add the missing documents online.

Once the file has been validated, the candidates must pay the admission fees (see below) in order to be registered for the admission exam.

 


2. REGISTRATION AT THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

The department’s working hours with the public are as follows:

Monday to Friday – 9.00 – 13.00

During this time, priority will be given to candidates who come to submit the files with the registration documents.

Any kind of requests regarding information about the registration and admission can be addressed online to the email address international@univ.utm.ro.

!Make sure you have available all the documents requested before coming for registration!

If the file is incomplete, you will be informed for correction/completion, following which you will add the missing documents to the file. We request 2 files containing all the original documents requested in legalized translations, apostille /authenticated, and one file with simple copies of the documents.

The 3 files must have written on their cover the following information:
– Full name of the candidate (from the birth certificate),
– Current last name/surname (after marriage, adoption, change on request, if applicable),
– Study programme for which they apply
– E-mail address of the candidate
– Mobile phone number of the candidate

Once the file has been validated, the candidates must pay the admission fees (see below) in order to be registered for the admission exam.

 


Step 2. – Payment of the admission fees

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 for RON:
RO90BTRL04301202N01816XX, Banca Transilvania
RO49RNCB0546029228350001, Banca Comerciala Romana

For bank payment, please include at details of payment the following information: the candidate’s name, the name of the fee (admission fee) and the faculty you register to (e.g. Medicine in English).

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

 


Step 3. – Confirmation of registration

After validating the 2 files with the hard copies, DRI (Department of International Relations) will send one file with the hard copies to the Secretary of the Faculty.

 


Step 4. – Participate in the admission exam

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 available places.

 


Step 5. – Applying for the document for recognition of international studies at the Romanian Ministry of Education

The candidates that pass the admission exam at Titu Maiorescu University must have their studies recognized by the Romanian Ministry of Education:

● for EU citizens, the Ministry issues a certificate of recognition of studies
● for Non-EU citizens, the Ministry issues a letter of acceptance to studies

For the admitted candidates, the Department of International Relations will apply for recognition of studies at the Romanian Ministry of Education, based on the documents provided by the candidates in the enrolment – step 1.

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

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

 


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

1. EU CANDIDATES

Candidates that are 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 in the July session are required to pay at least the first installment of the tuition fee until 30 AUGUST 2021. Otherwise, the candidate will not be matriculated in the first year of study.

The students admitted in the September session, are required to pay at least the first installment of the tuition fee until 30 SEPTEMBER 2021. The payment of the tuition fee can be made in full at the due date of the first installment.

2. NON-EU CANDIDATES

Candidates citizens of non-EU States who have been admitted in the July session are required to pay the tuition fee in full, in order to obtain a residency visa in Romanian for the whole academic year 2021-2022 until 30 AUGUST 2021.
The students admitted in the September session are required to pay a tuition fee in full until 30 SEPTEMBER 2021. Otherwise, the candidate will not be matriculated in the first year of study.

 


3. Payment options

The fee can be paid in EURO in one of the university’s bank accounts:

EURO: RO65BTRL04304202N01816XX
Banca Transilvania; Bucharest
SWIFT: BTRLRO22

EURO: RO03RNCB0074029228350276
Banca Comerciala Romana, Bucharest
SWIFT: RNCBROBU

For bank payment, please include at details of payment the following information: the candidate’s name, the name of the fee (tuition fee), the faculty (e.g. Medicine in English) and the year of studies (1st year).
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.

 


Other information

● The matriculation of the candidate is definite only after receiving the document for recognition of studies from the Romanian Ministry of Education and presenting a passport with a valid visa for studies (for non-EU candidates). In case the candidate is not accepted for studies by the Romanian Ministry of Education, he/she cannot continue the studies and the paid tuition fee is reimbursed in full.
● The application file is returned, upon written request, to the rejected candidate
● The application file is returned, upon request, to the admitted candidate who renounces the place obtained by admission until 30 September 2021, 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 Romanian Ministry of Education are not refundable in any case.
● In case of withdrawal from studies after 30 September 2021 or expulsion from the University, the student pays a withdrawal fee of 100 RON. The student must pay the instalments of the tuition fee, including the related penalties, until the date of withdrawal/ expulsion. In case of the installments paid in advance (an installment whose due date is after the date of withdrawal/ expulsion), they will be refunded to the student.

 

EU CANDIDATES

REGISTRATION DOCUMENTS

Candidates should have the study diplomas recognized by the Romanian National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas (CNRED) of the Romanian Ministry of Education. For the candidates who don’t have the certificate from CNRED, Titu Maiorescu University will submit the file to the CNRED for obtaining the recognition of studies.

Failure to obtain the recognition of studies from CNRED is the legal reason for the University not to do the matriculation of the candidate!

1. Application form for enrolment – received by mail for online registration or from the TMU secretariat for face-to face registration

2. Information note and Declaration of consent for the processing of personal data – received by mail for online registration or from the TMU secretariat for face-to face registration

3. Application form for recognition of studies at CNRED – received by mail for online registration or from the TMU secretariat for face-to face registration

4. ID/ passport original and copy
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other languages

5. High school diploma/ Baccalaureate diploma/ Certificate of passing high school exam (or its equivalent)* – 2 original certified translations in Romanian

List of international high school diplomas recognized by the Ministry of Education in Romania – here.

6. Additional study documents:
● Republic of Moldova – Certificate of Authenticity from the Ministry of Education of Moldova, for diplomas issued before 2008
● Italy – provisional certificate of maturita
● Spain – “Pruebas de Aptitud para el Acceso a la Universidad, calificación Apto”
● Sweden – eligibility certificate issued by Verket för högskoleservice
● U.S.A. – SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) or ACT (American College Testing)
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

7. School transcript of records for all high school years, with subjects and marks/points obtained 
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

8. Birth certificate original and copy 
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

9. Marriage certificate (if applicable)
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

10. Divorce certificate (if applicable)
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

11. Proof of legal name change (if applicable)
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

12. Language proficiency certificate for Romanian/English
● B1 level at minimum, issued by institutions authorized by the Romanian Ministry of Education, or an internationally recognized certificate for English (e.g. TOEFL, Cambridge, IELTS).
● 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 2021-2022. – 2 simple copies

13. Medical certificate, in English or Romanian
● it has to specify that the candidate is apt for higher education studies in the chosen field (e.g. medical field). – original

14. 3 (three) recent photos, size ¾

 


* Diplomas from countries that are members of the Hague Convention request a Hague Apostille from the authorities of the country that issued the document. Check the list of countries here.
Diplomas issued in countries which are not party to the Hague Convention must be authenticated by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country, and the Embassy of Romania in that country. Check the list of countries here.

 

Attention!
1.CNRED is free to ask for any further evidence concerning one’s studies.
2. No application is examined if any of the required documents is missing, or if spaces in the Application Form have been left blank.
3. The evaluation of the recognition file takes 30 working days since the file is registered at CNRED. The processing time could be extended in case additional checks are required.

 

NON-EU CANDIDATES

REGISTRATION DOCUMENTS

Candidates should have the study diplomas recognized by the General Direction for International Relations and European Affairs (DGRIAE) of the Romanian Ministry of Education. Titu Maiorescu University will submit the file to the DGRIAE for obtaining the letter of acceptance to studies.

Failure to obtain the letter of acceptance to studies from DGRIAE is the legal reason for the University not to do the matriculation of the candidate!

1. Application form for enrolment – received by mail for online registration or from the TMU secretariat for face-to face registration

2. Information note and Declaration of consent for the processing of personal data – received by mail for online registration or from the TMU secretariat for face-to face registration

3. Application form for recognition of studies at CNRED – received by mail for online registration or from the TMU secretariat for face-to face registration

4. ID/ passport original and copy 
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other languages

5. High school diploma/ Baccalaureate diploma/ Certificate of passing high school exam (or its equivalent)* – 2 original certified translations in Romanian

List of international high school diplomas recognized by the Ministry of Education in Romania – here.

6. Additional study documents:
● U.S.A. – SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) or ACT (American College Testing)
● Israel – Te’udat Bagrut
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

7. School transcript of records for all high school years, with subjects and marks/points obtained 
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

8. Birth certificate original and copy 
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

9. Marriage certificate (if applicable)
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

10. Divorce certificate (if applicable)
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

11. Proof of legal name change (if applicable) 
– 2 copies for documents issued in Romanian, English, French language
– 2 original certified translation in Romanian for other language

12. Language proficiency certificate for Romanian/English
● B1 level at minimum, issued by institutions authorized by the Romanian Ministry of Education, or an internationally recognized certificate for English (e.g. TOEFL, Cambridge, IELTS).
● 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 2021-2022 – 2 simple copies

13. Medical certificate, in English or Romanian
● it has to specify that the candidate is apt for higher education studies in the chosen field (e.g. medical field) – original

14. 3 (three) recent photos, size 3/4

 


* Diplomas from countries that are members of the Hague Convention request a Hague Apostille from the authorities of the country that issued the document. Check the list of countries here.
Diplomas issued in countries which are not party to the Hague Convention must be authenticated by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country, and the Embassy of Romania in that country. Check the list of countries here.

 

Attention!
1. DGRIAE is free to ask for any further evidence concerning one’s studies.
2. No application is examined if any of the required documents is missing, or if spaces in the Application Form have been left blank.
3. The evaluation of the recognition file takes 30 working days since the file is registered at DGRIAE. The processing time could be extended in case additional checks are required.

 

ROMANI DE PRETUTINDENI

DOCUMENTE NECESARE

Studiile preuniversitare sau universitare obținute în străinătate de către cetățenii străini care doresc să se înscrie ca români de pretutindeni trebuie să fie recunoscute de către Direcția Generală Relații Internaționale și Afaceri Europene – Români de Pretutindeni (DGRIAE-RP)  din cadrul Ministerului Educației. Universitatea Titu Maiorescu va depune dosarul la DGRIAE-RP pentru obținerea aprobării de şcolarizare.

Respingerea cererii de recunoaștere de către DGRIAE-RP (candidatul nu primește aprobare de școlarizare de la DGRIAE-RP) este motiv legal pentru ca Universitatea să nu înmatriculeze studentul respectiv. 

1. Cerere-tip de înscriere la concursul de admitere – se primește pe mail la înscrierile online sau la secretariatul facultății pentru înscrierea fizică la admitere

2. Notă de informare a candidatului cu privire la prelucrarea datelor cu caracter personal și Formular de consimțământ pentru prelucrarea datelor cu caracter personal (GDPR) – se primește pe mail la înscrierile online sau la secretariatul facultății pentru înscrierea fizică la admitere

3. Cerere tip pentru recunoașterea studiilor la DGRIAE-RP – se primește pe mail la înscrierile online sau la secretariatul facultății pentru înscrierea fizică la admitere

4. Carte de identitate/ Pașaport – original și copie
– 2 copii pentru documentele în limba română, engleză sau franceză
– 2 traduceri legalizate în limba română (în original) pentru actele în alte limbi

5. Declarație privind apartenența la identitatea culturală română
● Declarația se poate obține de la Departamentul pentru Românii de Pretutindeni din București sau de la Ambasada/ Consulatul României în țara de reședință – 2 copii

6. Diploma de bacalaureat / Certificat de promovare a examenului de bacalaureat (sau echivalentul acestora) în original și copie* – 2 traduceri legalizate în limba română (în original) pentru actele în alte limbi

Lista diplomelor de studii liceale recunoscute de Ministerul Educatiei din Romania poate fi consultata aici.

7. Documente suplimentare
● Republica Moldova – Adeverință de autenticitate eliberată de Ministerul Educației din Republica Moldova în original, pentru diplomele emise înainte de 2008
– 2 copii pentru documentele în limba română, engleză sau franceză
– 2 traduceri legalizate în limba română (în original) pentru actele în alte limbi

8. Foile matricole pentru ultimii doi ani de liceu, în care sunt specificate materiile studiate și notele/ punctajul obținut 
– 2 copii pentru documentele în limba română, engleză sau franceză
– 2 traduceri legalizate în limba română (în original) pentru actele în alte limbi

9. Certificat de naștere, original și copie
– 2 copii pentru documentele în limba română, engleză sau franceză
– 2 traduceri legalizate în limba română (în original) pentru actele în alte limbi

10. Certificat de căsătorie (dacă este cazul) 
– 2 copii pentru documentele în limba română, engleză sau franceză
– 2 traduceri legalizate în limba română (în original) pentru actele în alte limbi

11. Certificat de divorț (dacă este cazul)
– 2 copii pentru documentele în limba română, engleză sau franceză
– 2 traduceri legalizate în limba română (în original) pentru actele în alte limbi

12. Dovada schimbării legale a numelui (dacă este cazul) 
– 2 copii pentru documentele în limba română, engleză sau franceză
– 2 traduceri legalizate în limba română (în original) pentru actele în alte limbi

13. Certificat lingvistic pentru limba română/ engleză, recunoscut internațional
● Minim nivelul B1, un certificat emis de o instituție autorizată de Ministerul Educației sau un certificat recunoscut internațional pentru limba engleză (ex. TOEFL, Cambridge, IELTS).
● FAC EXCEPȚIE candidații care sunt cetățeni ai statelor în care limba oficială este limba engleză sau au acte de studii care atestă absolvirea studiilor liceale în limba engleză.
● Certificatele cu valabilitate limitată trebuie să fie valabile la începutul anului universitar. – 2 copii

14. Adeverință medicală, în română sau engleză
● să ateste starea de sănătate a candidatului cu mențiunea „s-a eliberat pentru a-i servi la înscrierea la facultate”. – original

15. 3 (three) recent photos, size ¾

 


* Diplomele emise în țări membre ale Convenției privind Apostila de la Haga trebuie vizate cu Apostila Haga de către autoritățile competente din țările emitente. Verificați lista cu țările pentru care se solicită apostila Haga aici.
Diplomele emise în state care nu sunt părți ale Convenției privind Apostila de la Haga trebuie să fie supralegalizate de către Ministerul Afacerilor Externe din țara emitentă, Ambasada/Oficiul Consular al României în țara respectivă și Ministerul Afacerilor Externe din România sau de către Ministerul Afacerilor Externe din țara emitentă și Ambasada/Oficiul Consular al acesteia în România și Ministerul Afacerilor Externe din România. Verificați lista cu țările pentru care se solicită supralegalizarea aici.
Diplomele din Republica Moldova nu au nevoie de apostilare sau supralegalizare.

 

Atenție!
1. DGRIAE-RP poate solicita documente suplimentare legate de studiile candidaților.
2. Nu sunt verificate cererile cărora le lipsește vreunul dintre documente sau dacă există spații necompletate în cererea de înscriere.
3. Evaluarea dosarelor de recunoaștere a studiilor durează 30 de zile lucrătoare de la înregistrarea la DGRIAE-RP. Această perioadă ar putea fi prelungită dacă sunt solicitate documente suplimentare.

 

 

 

How to connect to the portal?

The connection is made by filling in the fields in the registration page: email address, password. After creating the account, you will receive a confirmation email. Without this confirmation, you will not be able to connect to the admission portal.

After connecting, you can enroll in the study programs you are interested in, by selecting the faculty, the level of studies (Bachelor/ Master) and the study program. Please follow the steps in the portal, being constantly informed by email about the status of your application.

 

What is the structure of the portal?

The admission portal is divided into 2 sections: Profile and Enrollment.

The Profile section is divided into 3 subsections:

  1. Personal data, where you will fill in the general data, the place of birth, the permanent residence, the details of your identity document(s), the citizenship(s).
  2. High school education, where you will fill in the information about the high school that issued your diploma.
  3. Higher education, if applicable, where you will fill in the information about current or graduated higher education studies.

The Enrollment section will contain all the enrollments you made, which is further divided into the following subsections:

  1. Enrollment details: here you will be able to see the citizenship declared for studies and other options specific to the study program.
  2. International Relations: this section is dedicated to the candidates who will submit their application to the International Relations Department, being requested specific information.
  3. Documents: here you will be able to upload the documents from the automatically generated list. The documents automatically generated by the portal, based on your previously entered data, can be digitally signed handwritten in the portal.
  4. Fees: after the Faculty Secretariat will validate your application, you will be able to make the online payment of the admission fee. If you are declared admitted, also in this section you will be able to make the online payment of the tuition fee.
  5. Correspondence: in this section you will be able to keep in touch with the Faculty Secretariat. You will receive an email notification whenever you receive a new message in this section.
  6. Admission information: in this section you will be able to see the admission calendar for enrollment in the selected study program, details about the status of your application, the score obtained in each subject of the admission exam, including your final results.

For guidelines, please check the user guide for the online admission portal.

 

Technical support

For any technical problem, please contact the IT Department, using the chat option in the portal.