EU member states, EEA and Swiss confederation citizens admission

The applicants citizens of EU countries, European Economic Community and the Swiss Confederation may apply for admission to Bachelor/Master and PhD studies in the same conditions as Romanian citizens, after obtaining a diploma recognition certificate from the National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas (CNRED). For this first step, the required documents and application procedure are available at

To be enrolled on subsidized places from the state budget, EU applicants must follow the standard procedure during the enrolment period according to the admission calendar and regulations of the respective cycle of study. Overall admission average to all Bachelor study programs is calculated based on the results of the baccalaureate exam, without any other written or oral admission tests, except the language proficiency test. In case of Master programmes, the average between marks gotten at Bachelor level, marks at the graduation exam and marks for a vocational interview with a commission are considered. The classification of candidates is done in descending order of admission overall average.

Candidates who have failed to take up a subsidized place may opt for a place with tuition fees. The allocation of places for both categories subsidized or with fee is made within the limits of the places approved by the Ministry of National Education for each study program.

The registration to the admission contest is done personally or by a representative on the basis of a power of attorney. The candidates have to prepare a file which contains the following documents:

If the candidate has been admitted to the subsidized places, he/she must confirm by submitting the original of the diploma. The unconfirmed places by the deadline set will be vacated for a subsequent admission session.

The PhD admission procedure for applicants citizens of EU countries, European Economic Community and the Swiss Confederation is available at: