📌 Calea Vacaresti 189, sector 4, Bucharest
|Faculty:||Faculty of Communication Sciences and International Relations|
|Degree:||Preparatory Year Certificate, level B1/ B2|
|Form of education:||Full-time|
|Number of available places:||100|
|Duration of studies:||1 year (2 semesters)|
|Number of credits:||60 ECTS|
|Language of study:||English|
|Language competencies for domains:||Health (Medicine, Dental Medicine, Nursing)|
Computer Science and Mathematics
|Tuition fee*:||3.300 Euro|
|Admission fee:||500 RON|
|Recognition of studies fee (if applicable):||1.000 RON|
|* For Non-EU candidates the tuition fee is paid in full for the whole academic year. |
For EU candidates the tuition fee can be paid in 3 installments.
|JULY Session||SEPTEMBER Session|
|Registration start date||4 July||1 September|
|Registration deadline||28 July||29 September|
|Admission results||29 July||29 September|
|Submitting appeal||29 – 30 July||29 September|
|Final admission results||30 July||29 September|
|Deadline for submitting the original documents||08 August||07 October|
|Deadline to confirm the place||30 August||30 September|
|Description:||Based on the registration file|
|Selection criterion:||The general average obtained in the Baccalaureate exam (or equivalent)|
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:
- 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).
- High school education, where you will fill in the information about the high school that issued your diploma.
- 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:
- Enrollment details: here you will be able to see the citizenship declared for studies and other options specific to the study program.
- International Relations: this section is dedicated to the candidates who will submit their application to the International Relations Department, being requested specific information.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
For any technical problem, please contact the IT Department, using the chat option in the portal.
The Preparatory Year for Romanian language is a one-year study program, aiming to develop Romanian language competencies and skills, as well as competencies specific to a certain field of studies.
The program particularly meets the needs of International Students who wish to pursue Romanian-taught graduate and postgraduate studies in one of the Romanian higher education institutions. The program also offers for students the opportunity to know and gain experience and confidence in studying academic subjects in the Romanian university environment.
Language competencies for fields of study:
- Health (Medicine, Dental Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy)
- Mathematics and natural sciences (Informatics, Computer Sciences)
- Social Sciences (Psychology, Law, Economics, Communication, International Relations)
After completing this program, students can apply for Bachelor’s programs, Master’s programs, postgraduate programs or PhD programs taught in Romanian language at Titu Maiorescu University or at any university in Romania, in accordance with the admission procedure for each program.
The academic year is structured in two semesters of 14 weeks each, with an average of approximately 25 hours per week. The classes are held during weekdays, 08:00 – 20:00. Each semester has 30 transferable study credits in the European system (ECTS).
The program consists of language lessons and specialized subjects based on the student’s future field of study.
By the end of the course, students will be equipped with the necessary qualifications for a B1 language proficiency level (as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
The first semester is focused on the four components of learning Romanian: reading, writing, listening and speaking.
- Verbal and written communication
- Reading, listening and speaking
The students will also study the course of Romanian Culture and Civilization, which aims to familiarize the international students with various aspects of Romanian culture and civilization. The course covers topics such as Romanian geography and history, folklore, literature, relevant cultural and art phenomena, etc.
In the second semester, will continue the courses for Romanian Language and Romanian Culture and Civilization, and also the students will be provided with specialized language training for the field domain chosen by the student for future studies. The students will achieve language fluency and communication abilities (discussions, argumentation) in a certain domain.
The classes will concentrate also on the development of independent study skills to improve the student’s ability to take notes, to give presentations, use analytical and critical abilities, and to attend conferences.
During the course a number of teaching methods may be used, including:
- lectures and seminars
- independent study
- skills and subject-based tutorials
- group work
- on-line activities
- revision workshops
Coursework and assessment
Courses are assessed using a wide range of methods across the many years of study, including: online tests, reflective essays, practical papers or projects, exercises, verbal presentations, written assignments, viva voce and written exams.
The Preparatory Year study program is completed by a graduation exam at the end of the second semester.
The faculty has state-of-the-art educational spaces: amphitheaters, classrooms, seminar and reading rooms equipped with smart whiteboards, library, publishing house, bookstore, computer network, video conferencing equipment, etc.