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2022-2023

Admission procedure

Bachelor

The admission process for citizens from non-EU countries is performed according to the UPB Methodology for accepting to studies and schooling foreign citizens from non-EU states, that are not part of the European Economic Space and from the Helvetic Confederation.

1
Registration period

The registration process will take place online, on the platform apply.upb.ro between February 1, 2022 – August 1, 2022.

2
Admission process

The admission process of non-EU candidates takes the following steps:

  • UPB will submit the file to the Romanian Ministry of Education (the minimum period for processing the application is 60 days). If the application is successful, you will receive the official Letter of acceptance from UPB;
  • Next step is to confirm the place within 20 days by paying the tuition fees in advance for one year. Failure to pay the tuition fees will automatically result in the loss of place, which will be filled by the next candidate;
  • The Office for International Students will issue to the admitted candidates, who have confirmed the place, a document confirming the payment necessary for completing the file for obtaining the study visa.
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Enrollment

The enrollment will take place between September 15 – November 15, 2022.

The file is submitted in person at the UPB Office for International Students (Rectorate Building, room AN029, ground floor), and must contain the original documents and certified copies or translations for all documents submitted online.

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Documents required for enrollment to undergraduate/Bachelor studies
  1. Statement of documents authenticity;
  2. Consent for processing personal data;
  3. Birth certificate, authenticated translation;
  4. Passport (with study Visa);
  5. National Identity Card or any other document proving the permanent residence (home address);
  6. High school diploma;
  7. Transcript of records for high school diploma – certified translations at a public notary in Romanian, English or French, if the original is not issued in one of these languages;
  8. International language certificate (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge) with a minimum B2 level – for programs in English/French language. Candidates who can prove that the official language of their country is English or French or that they studied at least 4 years in this language are exempt from this requirement;
  9. Certificate attesting their knowledge of Romanian language with a minimum B2 level or certificate proving that the candidate studied at least 4 consecutive years in Romania - for study programs taught in Romanian language;
  10. Medical certificate (translated into a language widely spoken internationally) attesting the current health situation of the applicant and the potential antecedents regarding chronic affections, respectively infections with SARS-COV2;
  11. Power of attorney, if the application of the candidate is carried out by a representative and the passport of the representative (If the case);
  12. Letter of acceptance (original);
  13. 4 photos 3x4 cm;
  14. Proof of payment (original) for the paying students.

Tuition fee: 2430 Euro/academic year (9 months)

Documents can be translated into one of the foreign languages: English/French/Romanian.

When coming for enrollment, the candidates will present their study documents at the Foreign Students Service (Rectorate Building, AN029), in original, along with the necessary translations.

Contact

Aura Ghiță
Aura Ghiță
Responsabile for non-EU undergraduate students

Master

The admission process for citizens from non-EU countries is performed according to the UPB Methodology for accepting to studies and schooling foreign citizens from non-EU states, that are not part of the European Economic Space and from the Helvetic Confederation.

1
Registration period

The registration process will take place online, on the platform apply.upb.ro between February 1, 2022 – August 1, 2022.

2
Admission process

The admission process of non-EU candidates takes the following steps:

  • UPB will submit the file to the Romanian Ministry of Education (the minimum period for processing the application is 60 days). If the application is successful, you will receive the official Letter of acceptance from UPB;
  • Next step is to confirm the place within 20 days by paying the tuition fees in advance for one year. Failure to pay the tuition fees will automatically result in the loss of place, which will be filled by the next candidate;
  • The Office for International Students will issue to the admitted candidates, who have confirmed the place, a document confirming the payment necessary for completing the file for obtaining the study visa.
3
Enrollment

The enrollment will take place between September 15 – November 15, 2022.

The file is submitted in person at the UPB Office for International Students (Rectorate Building, room AN029, ground floor), and must contain the original documents and certified copies or translations for all documents submitted online.

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Documents required for enrollment to Master studies
  1. Statement of documents authenticity;
  2. Consent for processing personal data;
  3. Birth certificate, authenticated translation;
  4. Passport (with study Visa);
  5. National Identity Card or any other document proving the permanent residence (home address);
  6. High school diploma;
  7. Transcript of records for high school diploma – certified translations at a public notary in Romanian, English or French, if the original is not issued in one of these languages;
  8. Graduation certificate received after the year of Romanian language. This applies to the students who want to follow the programmes taught exclusively in Romanian;
  9. Bachelor diploma;
  10. Transcript of records for Bachelor’s diploma (certified translations at a public notary in Romanian, English or French if the original is not issued in one of these languages);
  11. International language certificate (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge) with a minimum B2 level – for programs in English/French language. Candidates who can prove that the official language of their country is English or French or that they studied at least 4 years in this language are exempt from this requirement;
  12. Certificate attesting their knowledge of Romanian language with a minimum B2 level or certificate proving that the candidate studied at least 4 consecutive years in Romania - for study programs taught in Romanian language;
  13. Medical certificate (translated into a language widely spoken internationally) attesting the current health situation of the applicant and the potential antecedents regarding chronic affections, respectively infections with SARS-COV2;
  14. Power of attorney, if the application of the candidate is carried out by a representative and the passport of the representative (If the case);
  15. Letter of acceptance (original);
  16. 4 photos 3x4 cm;
  17. Proof of payment (original) for the paying students.

Tuition fee: 2430 Euro/academic year (9 months)

Documents can be translated into one of the foreign languages: English/French/Romanian.

When coming for enrollment, the candidates will present their study documents at the Foreign Students Service (Rectorate Building, AN029), in original, along with the necessary translations.

Contact

Andreea-Florentina Toghia
Andreea-Florentina Toghia
Responsabile for non-EU master students

Doctorate

The admission process for citizens from non-EU countries is performed according to the UPB Methodology for accepting to studies and schooling foreign citizens from non-EU states, that are not part of the European Economic Space and from the Helvetic Confederation.

1
Enrollment period

The registration process will take place online, on the platform apply.upb.ro between February 1, 2022 – August 1, 2022.

2
Admission process

The first step is to obtain an approval from the prospective supervisor/coordinator of the thesis (UPB does not automatically provide a thesis supervisor).

The next step is to pass the entrance exam of the Doctoral School.

Admission to doctoral studies is organized in the sessions June-July 2022 (session I) and September (session II).

https://upb.ro/doctorat/admitere-doctorat/

UPB will submit the file to the Romanian Ministry of Education (the minimum period for processing the application is 60 days). If the application is successful, you will receive the official Letter of acceptance from UPB.

Next step is to confirm the place within 20 days by paying the tuition fees in advance for one year. Failure to pay the tuition fees will automatically result in the loss of place, which will be filled by the next candidate.

The Office for International Students will issue to the admitted candidates, who have confirmed the place, a document confirming the payment necessary for completing the file for obtaining the study visa.

3
Enrollment

The enrollment will take place between September 15 – November 15, 2022.

The file is submitted in person at the UPB Office for International Students (Rectorate Building, room AN029, ground floor), and must contain the original documents and certified copies or translations for all documents submitted online.

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Documents required for enrollment to PhD studies
  1. Approval of the prospective supervisor/coordinator of the thesis (University Politehnica of Bucharest does not automatically provide a thesis supervisor). Proof that you have passed the entrance exam for the Doctoral School (applicable for PhD candidates);
  2. Statement of documents authenticity;
  3. Consent for processing personal data;
  4. Birth certificate, authenticated translation;
  5. Passport (with study Visa);
  6. National Identity Card or any other document proving the permanent residence (home address);
  7. High school diploma;
  8. Transcript of records for high school diploma – certified translations at a public notary in Romanian, English or French, if the original is not issued in one of these languages;
  9. Bachelor diploma;
  10. Transcript of records for Bachelor’s diploma (certified translations at a public notary in Romanian, English or French if the original is not issued in one of these languages);
  11. Master diploma;
  12. Transcript of records for Master’s diploma – certified translations at a public notary in Romanian, English or French if the original is not issued in one of these languages;
  13. International language certificate (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge) with a minimum B2 level – for programs in English/French language. Candidates who can prove that the official language of their country is English or French or that they studied at least 4 years in this language are exempt from this requirement;
  14. Certificate attesting their knowledge of Romanian language with a minimum B2 level or certificate proving that the candidate studied at least 4 consecutive years in Romania - for study programs taught in Romanian language;
  15. Medical certificate (translated into a language widely spoken internationally) attesting the current health situation of the applicant and the potential antecedents regarding chronic affections, respectively infections with SARS-COV2;
  16. Power of attorney, if the application of the candidate is carried out by a representative and the passport of the representative (If the case);
  17. Letter of acceptance (original);
  18. 4 photos 3x4 cm;
  19. Proof of payment (original) for the paying students.

Tuition fee: 3480 Euro/year

Documents can be translated into one of the foreign languages: English/French/Romanian.

When coming for enrollment, the candidates will present their study documents at the Foreign Students Service (Rectorate Building, AN029), in original, along with the necessary translations.

Contact

Maria Hadăr
Maria Hadăr
Responsabile for non-EU doctoral students
Necessary steps
  1. Choose the programme

  2. Submit your file on the platform apply.upb.ro

    UPB will submit the application file for admission to studies in Romania to the Directorate-General for International Relations and European Affairs (DGRIAE) of the Ministry of Education (the minimum period of processing the application is 30 days). If a positive decision is reached by the Ministry, a "Letter of Acceptance" is issued and sent to UPB and at the diplomatic mission.

  3. Obtain study VISA

    Once you receive the Letter of acceptance, apply for student visa in your country of origin at the diplomatic mission; You need to provide:

    • Proof of financial means (at least 2,500 Euros in your bank account);
    • Proof of accommodation;
    • Proof of health insurance.

More information: http://igi.mai.gov.ro/

Accommodation

For the self-funded students, the fees are mentioned in the following link.

Contact
Aura Ghiță
Aura Ghiță
Responsabile for non-EU undergraduate students
Andreea-Florentina Toghia
Andreea-Florentina Toghia
Responsabile for non-EU master students
Maria Hadăr
Maria Hadăr
Responsabile for non-EU doctoral students