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EUROPEAN UNION CITIZENS, EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA CITIZENS, AND SWISS CONFEDERATION CITIZENS
2021-2022

EU: European Union; EEA: European Economic Area; SC: Swiss Confederation

Candidates who graduated high-school or a Bachelor/Master study programme in a European country, other than Romania, must have their study documents recognized and validated by the Romanian National Centre for the Recognition and Validation of Diplomas (CNRED) https://www.cnred.edu.ro/en/higher-education, part of the Romanian Ministry of Education and Research. According to the national Law 316/ 12.07.2006, citizens from member states of the European Union, European Economic Area and Swiss Confederation, have the right to apply to studies in Romania, in the same financial circumstances as Romanian citizens.

The procedure for the validation and equivalence of diplomas must be done by the candidate, by submitting the necessary files directly to the Ministry of Education and Research. After receiving the Certificate for the Recognition of studies, the candidates will be able to register at the faculty.

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Registration

Registration period: July, 2021 – August, 2021

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Admission process

The admission process of EU candidates has the following steps:

  1. The complete application file is registered at the faculty (we do not accept incomplete applications). The file must include the Certificate for Recognition of Studies from CNRED.
  2. The application file is processed by the faculty (max.10 working days);
  3. The faculty informs the student about the outcome of the admission process.

The admission file must contain:

  1. application form;
  2. personal identification documents, in copy: passport / identity document - ID card; birth certificate; proof of name change (if applicable): in copy (Romanian / English / French / Spanish / Italian) and certified translation (for the other languages);
  3. for enrollment in the undergraduate/Bachelor studies, Baccalaureate diploma / High school certificate: copy, if the study certificate is issued in Romanian, English, French, Spanish, Italian; copy and legalized translation (in original) in Romanian for documents issued in other foreign languages;
  4. for enrollment in the Master or doctoral studies, the transcript of records attesting the academic situation for the years of study completed, containing the subjects, grades, number of credits / ECTS and number of course hours for each subject, issued by the higher education institution where the applicant previously studied: copy, if the study certificate is issued in Romanian, English, French, Spanish, Italian; copy and legalized translation (in original) in Romanian for documents issued in other foreign languages;
  5. for enrollment in the Master or doctoral studies, the study certificate for equivalence / recognition (bachelor's degree and / or master's degree, as the case may be): copy, if the study certificate is issued in Romanian, English, French, Spanish, Italian; copy and legalized translation (in original) in Romanian for documents issued in other foreign languages;
  6. proof of payment for the admission fee.

For enrollment, the student must submit the original study documents. The enrollment at the faculty can be done until the 31st of August, 2021.

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Admission documents

Bachelor

Documents required for the recognition/validation of diploma (s) by the Romanian Ministry of Education and Research – CNRED – for enrolment to undergraduate (Bachelor) studies

  1. Application Form and necessary documents list may be accessed at the following link.
  2. According to the country where your study documents were issued, please check whether you need the documents to be authenticated with the Hague Apostille or legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and by the Embassy of Romania in the issuer country: https://www.cnred.edu.ro/en/list-of-countries-for-which-the-authentication-of-study-documents-is-requested

The file for admission will be sent to the university as follows:

  • by email, to the address of the Faculty - all required documents are scanned properly (we do not accept photos) and included in only one pdf file, named with the candidate’s name
  • OR - by regular post, to the address: University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Department of International Relations, 313 Splaiul Independentei Street, RO-060042, Bucharest, Romania.

When coming for enrollment, the candidates will present their study documents at the faculty that they have decided to apply for, in original, along with the necessary translations (if the case).

Master / Doctorate

Documents required for the recognition/validation of diploma (s) by the Romanian Ministry of Education and Research – CNRED – for enrolment to Master and Doctoral studies

  1. Application Form and necessary documents list may be accessed at the following link.
  2. According to the country where your study documents were issued, please check whether you need the documents to be authenticated with the Hague Apostille or legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and by the Embassy of Romania in the issuer country: https://www.cnred.edu.ro/en/list-of-countries-for-which-the-authentication-of-study-documents-is-requested

The candidates submit the file for the recognition of their previous studies from abroad either at the Romanian National Centre for the Recognition and Validation of Diplomas (CNRED).

The documents for admission will be sent to the university either:

  • by email, to the address of the Faculty - all required documents are scanned properly (we do not accept photos) and included in only one pdf file, named with the candidate’s name
  • OR - by regular post, to the address: University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Department of International Relations, 313 Splaiul Independentei Street, RO-060042, Bucharest, Romania.

When coming for enrollment, the candidates will present their study documents at the faculty that they have decided to apply for, in original, along with the necessary translations (if the case).

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Accommodation

According to the Accommodation Regulation in the dormitories, foreign students who wish to continue their studies at UPB, can be provided accommodation within the Campus, paying the same amount as the Romanian students.

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Contact
Oana Bugan
Oana Bugan
Responsabile for EU students