Education in Romania
Recently, more and more students from different countries began to come to Romania to gain knowledge. And this is not surprising, because in the Romanian universities one can master the most popular and prestigious specialties - medicine, architecture, aerospace engineering, oil and gas, information technology, genetics, biotechnology ...
Getting an education in Romania has the following advantages:
- Opportunity to get a European-style diploma;
- The opportunity to study partially in Romanian and English;
- Ability to study in absentia, coming to Romania only to pass exams.
Higher education in Romania
For admission to universities in Romania, you need to provide a certificate of secondary education and have a good knowledge of the Romanian language. Therefore, it is advisable to use the preparatory language program (after studying for a year on such a course, you will need to pass a test for knowledge of the Romanian language).
The academic year in Romanian universities begins in September-October - it is divided into 2 semesters (the transition to the next semester is carried out after passing the exams). You can study in full-time, evening, part-time and part-time forms of study (as a rule, training on such forms is longer than on daytime).
There are several faculties and university colleges in Romania's higher education institutions. In addition, the universities have departments and small experimental laboratories (they conduct scientific research and are engaged in experimental industrial production).
To get higher education, you need to enter a university, academy or conservatory (duration of study - 4-6 years), after which graduates are awarded bachelor's degrees. To obtain a master's degree, you can continue to study in a specialization (master's programs). The training will take several more years. If you wish, you can enroll in doctoral studies (duration of study 4-6 years), in order to subsequently be able to obtain a doctoral degree.
Those wishing to enter the most famous universities should take a closer look at the Bucharest Polytechnic University, Medical and Pharmaceutical University. “Carol Davila”, Academy of Economics, British-Romanian University, Technical Military Academy.
Work while studying
Studying at universities, students can earn extra money (no more than 15 hours a week) and work full-time on vacation (on the basis of a student visa).
Studying in Romania will allow you to get a diploma, thanks to which you can find a job in any city in Europe.