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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.

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Enrollment period

May 15, 2020 – August 31, 2020

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Admission process

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

  1. The files (scanned copy) are sent to the University POLITEHNICA in Bucharest, to the email address: internationalstudents@upb.ro,
  2. University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest evaluates the files, in accordance with the legal regulations in force, and communicates the list of persons proposed for the issue of the letter of acceptance to studies to the Directorate-General for International Relations and European Affairs (DGRIAE) of the Ministry of Education and Research;
  3. The list will be accompanied by a scanned copy of the candidate's file in accordance with Article 7 from the Methodology;
  4. The list of candidates will be transmitted online to the Ministry of Education and Research, according to the electronic template;
  5. The number of the submitted files must be within the maximum number of students who can be enrolled, and in accordance with the regulations in force;
  6. After collecting and analyzing the documents, the Ministry of Education and Research issues the letter of acceptance;
  7. The Ministry of Education and Research (MEC) transmits to the University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest the letters of acceptance to studies and, where appropriate, to diplomatic missions, both in electronic format and hardcopy;
  8. Incomplete files will not be processed and are declared rejected. If the documents are resubmitted and are complete, UPB will resume the steps described in the admission process with a view to their processing by the MEC.
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Admission documents
  1. Birth certificate – certified and translated copy;
  2. Copy of the document which attests current residence;
  3. Copy of the passport;
  4. Application form (hyperlink) for the release of the letter of acceptance to the study programme (Annex 2);
  5. A certified and translated copy of the Baccalaureate diploma or its equivalent, authenticated by the proper authorities of the country of issue. For UPB study programmes, it is mandatory to study a minimum of 2 specialized subjects (mathematics, computer science, statistics, physics, chemistry, economics or technology);
  6. Certified and translated copy of the certificate attesting to the promotion of the baccalaureate exam for the graduates of the current year;
  7. Transcript of records - certified and translated copy of the document, related to the completed studies;
  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. Certificate of competency in foreign languages. This applies to the students who want to follow the programmes taught in a foreign language (English, French, German);
  10. Medical certificate (in a foreign language) certifying that the person in case does not suffer from any contagious diseases or other afflictions incompatible with their future profession. The health certificate must comprise information that show the current health condition of the owner and, possibly, personal antecedents as to chronical diseases and SARS-COV2;
  11. Declaration regarding processing of personal data for the enrolment process (Annex V);
  12. Declaration engagement for payment of study tax (Annex VI).

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
Enrollment period

May 15, 2020 – August 31, 2020

2
Admission process

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

  1. The files (scanned copy) are sent to the University POLITEHNICA in Bucharest, to the email address: internationalstudents@upb.ro,
  2. University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest evaluates the files, in accordance with the legal regulations in force, and communicates the list of persons proposed for the issue of the letter of acceptance to studies to the Directorate-General for International Relations and European Affairs (DGRIAE) of the Ministry of Education and Research;
  3. The list will be accompanied by a scanned copy of the candidate's file in accordance with Article 7 from the Methodology;
  4. The list of candidates will be transmitted online to the Ministry of Education and Research, according to the electronic template;
  5. The number of the submitted files must be within the maximum number of students who can be enrolled, and in accordance with the regulations in force;
  6. After collecting and analyzing the documents, the Ministry of Education and Research issues the letter of acceptance;
  7. The Ministry of Education and Research (MEC) transmits to the University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest the letters of acceptance to studies and, where appropriate, to diplomatic missions, both in electronic format and hardcopy;
  8. Incomplete files will not be processed and are declared rejected. If the documents are resubmitted and are complete, UPB will resume the steps described in the admission process with a view to their processing by the MEC.
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Admission documents
  1. Birth certificate – certified and translated copy;
  2. Copy of the document which attests current residence;
  3. Copy of the passport;
  4. Application form (hyperlink) for the release of the letter of acceptance to the study programme (Annex 2);
  5. A certified and translated copy of the Baccalaureate diploma or its equivalent, authenticated by the proper authorities;
  6. A certified and translated copy of the Bachelor’s diploma or its equivalent, authenticated by the competent authorities of the issuing country;
  7. Transcript of records - certified and translated copy of the document, related to the completed studies (high school and university);
  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. Certificate of competency in foreign languages. This applies to the students who want to follow the programmes taught in a foreign language (English, French, German);
  10. Medical certificate (in a foreign language) certifying that the person in case does not suffer from any contagious diseases or other afflictions incompatible with their future profession. The health certificate must comprise information that show the current health condition of the owner and, possibly, personal antecedents as to chronical diseases and SARS-COV2;
  11. Declaration regarding processing of personal data for the enrolment process (Annex V);
  12. Declaration engagement for payment of study tax (Annex VI).

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

May 15, 2020 – August 31, 2020

2
Admission process

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

  1. The files (scanned copy) are sent to the University POLITEHNICA in Bucharest, to the email address: internationalstudents@upb.ro,
  2. The admission is carried out for the approved domain of doctoral academic studies, in accordance with the legal provisions in effect;
  3. UPB transmits online to the General Direction of International Relations and European Affairs (DGRIAE) within the Ministry of Education and Research the list of the persons proposed for release of the letter of acceptance to doctoral studies, in accordance with the calendar of the admission to doctoral academic studies, according to the electronic template;
  4. The list will be accompanied by a scanned copy of the candidate’s file;
  5. After analyzing the file, the Ministry of Education and Research issues the letter of acceptance;
  6. The Ministry of Education and Research transmits to the University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest the letters of acceptance to studies and, as appropriate, to the diplomatic missions, both on paper and electronically;
  7. Incomplete files shall not be processed, and they shall be declared as rejected. In the case of files completion, UPB shall restart the stages described in the admission procedure, in view of their processing by the Ministry of Education and Research.
The duration of the doctoral academic studies program is of 3 years, with the possibility of extension by 2 years, and it ends with the public defence of the doctoral thesis and acquiring of the title of doctor.
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Admission documents
  1. Birth certificate – copy and certified translation;
  2. Copy of the document which attests current residence;
  3. Copy of the passport;
  4. Application for the issuance of the letter of acceptance to studies, included in Annex 2, filled in for all rubrics;
  5. Copy and certified translation of bachelor level diploma or its equivalent, authenticated by competent authorities of the issuing country;
  6. Copy and certified translation of master level diploma or its equivalent, authenticated by competent authorities of the issuing country;
  7. Grading transcripts/supplements to diploma – copies and certified translations, for the studies done (high school, bachelor and master);
  8. Certificate of graduation of the preparatory year of Romanian or linguistic competence certificate, as appropriate, according to articles 3 and 4;
  9. Acceptance from the supervising professor;
  10. Medical certificate (in a foreign language) certifying that the person in case does not suffer from any contagious diseases or other afflictions incompatible with their future profession. The health certificate must comprise information that show the current health condition of the owner and, possibly, personal antecedents as to chronical diseases and SARS-COV2;
  11. Declaration regarding processing of personal data for the enrolment process (Annex V);
  12. Declaration regarding commitment to pay the studies fee (Annex VI).

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. Contact UPB and apply

    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 and Research (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 the higher education institution and at the diplomatic mission.

  3. Obtain study VISA

    Once you have received the university 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 students who are Self-fee payers, the costs are in accordance to the sums mentioned at the following link.

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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