The content of the file

A. Content of the application file for citizens of EU countries:

                 1. Appendix 1 and 2 (dated and signed) – 1 copy

                2. Europass CV – written in the intended language of instruction – English:

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    or an equivalent CV

    1. Letter of intent (approximately 1-2 pages);
    2. Study diplomas or the equivalent*(according to Appendix 4):
    • If the original document is issued in Romanian, English or French, 2 separate copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    • If the original document is issued in other languages than the above mentioned, 2 separate copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public + 2 separate translated copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    1. Transcript of Baccalaureate* (as the case may be)
    • If the original document is issued in Romanian, English or French, 2 separate copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    • If the original document is issued in other languages than the above mentioned, 2 separate copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public + 2 separate translated copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    1. High school transcripts for 9th-12th/13th grade
    • If the original document is issued in Romanian, English or French, 1 simple copy of the original document;
    • If the original document is issued in other languages than the above mentioned, 1 simple copy + 1 translated copy of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    1. Other study documents* (as the case may be):
    • Example: Pruebas de Aptitud para el Acceso a la Universidad, calificación Apto din Spania; Panellinies Exetaseis – certificate for the national high school examinations in Greece; Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or ACT from U.S.A., etc. – if the original document is issued in other languages than Romanian, English or French, 2 separate copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public + 2 separate translated copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public;

          8. Birth certificate

    • If the original document is issued in Romanian, English or French, 1 copy of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    • If the original document is issued in other languages than the above mentioned, 1 simply copy + 1 translated copy of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    1. Photocopies of passport – pages 1, 2, 3, 4 (Photocopies of identity cards are not accepted) – 2 copies;

    The passport must be valid at least for 6 months after the application submission date.

    1. Medical  certificate  in  English  or  French,  containing  results  of  general  physical  examination,  as  well as ophthalmological, ENT, neurological, psychiatric examinations – 1 copy;

    The medical certificate must also include information regarding the applicant’s possible chronic diseases, must be signed and sealed by the family doctor/specialist who examined the applicant and must bear the official stamp of the medical institution that issued it.

    1. Psychological examination** – 1 original copy

    The psychological examination is mandatory only for the applicants of the Faculty of Medicine.

    1. Language proficiency certificate (see 4). Except for applicants from countries where the official language is the language of university instruction.
    2. Application form for the recognition of high school studies in order to be accepted into university studies2 copies;

    The form can be downloaded from:

    1. 6 passport size photographs (3/4 cm);
    2. Photocopy of the payment document for the non-refundable application processing fee;

     

    *The study documents of citizens of Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Cyprus must be authenticated with the Hague Apostille.

    The authentication of study documents with the Hague Apostille shall be done as follows:
    – The ORIGINAL document is apostilled (high school diploma, baccalaureate transcript)
    – 1 legalized copy of the original document with the apostille.

     

    ** The following exams are recommended:

    – NEO Personality Inventory Revised – NEO PI R;

    – Young Schema Questionnaire, short form, YSQ-S1 or YSQ-S3

     

    IMPORTANT!

     If the applicant’s family name and given name on the Diploma is not identical with the family name and the given name which appears on the birth certificate, the applicant must submit an authenticated explanatory note.


 

B. Contents of the application file for citizens of non-EU countries:

 

    1.  Appendix 1 and 2 (dated and signed) – 1 copy
    2. Europass CV – written in the intended language of instruction – English:

    or an equivalent CV

    1. Letter of intent (approximately 1-2 pages);
    2. Study diplomas or the equivalent* (according to Appendix 4):
    • If the original document is issued in Romanian, English or French, 2 separate copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    • If the original document is issued in other languages than the above mentioned, 2 separate copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public + 2 separate translated copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    1. Transcript of Baccalaureate* (as the case may be)
    • If the original document is issued in Romanian, English or French, 2 separate copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    • If the original document is issued in other languages than the above mentioned, 2 separate copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public + 2 separate translated copies of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    1. High school transcripts for 9th 12th /13th grade
    • If the original document is issued in Romanian, English or French, 1 simply copy of the original document;
    • If the original document is issued in other languages than the above mentioned, 1 simply copy + 1 translated copy of the original document authenticated by a notary public;
    1. Other study documents* (as the case may be):
    • Example: Pruebas de Aptitud para el Acceso a la Universidad, calificación Apto din Spania; Panellinies Exetaseis – certificate for the national high school examinations in Greece; Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or ACT from U.S.A., etc. – if the original document is issued in other languages than Romanian, English or French, 2 separate copies authenticated by a notary public of the original document + 2 separate translated copies authenticated by a notary public of the original document;
    1. Birth certificate
    • If the original document is issued in Romanian, English or French, 1 copy authenticated by a notary public of the original document;
    • If the original document is issued in other languages than the above mentioned, 1 simply copy + 1 translated copy authenticated by a notary public of the original document;
    1. Photocopies of passport – pages 1, 2, 3, 4 (Photocopies of identity cards are not accepted) – 2 copies.

    The passport must be valid for a minimum of 6 months after the application submission date.

    1. Medical certificate  in  English  or  French,  containing  results  of  general  physical  examination,  as  well as ophthalmological, ENT, neurological, psychiatric examinations – 1 copy

    The medical certificate must also include information regarding the applicant’s possible chronic diseases, must be signed and sealed by the family doctor/specialist who examined the applicant and must bear the official stamp of the medical institution that issued it.

    1. Psychological examination**1 original copy

    The psychological examination is mandatory only for the applicants of the Faculty of Medicine.

    1. Language proficiency certificate (see 4). Except for applicants from countries where the official language is the language of university instruction.
    2. Application requesting the issuing of the Letter of Acceptance on a Course of Study – all sections filled in – 3 copies;

    The application form can be downloaded from: http://administraresite.edu.ro/index.php?module=uploads&func=download&fileId=16812  

    1. 6 passport size photographs (3/4 cm);
    2. Photocopy of the payment document for the non-refundable application processing fee;

    *The photocopies of the study documents and the birth certificate issued by a Non-European country must be authenticated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Romanian Embassy in the issuing country or by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the issuing country and the Embassy of the issuing country in Romania and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Romania or by the Hague Apostille (as the case may be). For countries where there are no diplomatic missions of Romania or which don’t have diplomatic missions in Romania, the study documents will be stamped by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the issuing country.

    Diplomas issued in the Republic of Moldavia do not require the Apostille or over-legalization.

    Diplomas issued before 2008 (and diplomas issued after 2008 which cannot be verified through the portal) will be accompanied by a Certificate of authenticity in original issued by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Moldavia.

    Applicants from Algeria, Egypt, India, Iran, Malaysia, Nigeria and Pakistan must also submit a file to offices of the Romanian diplomatic missions in the above-mentioned countries. Admission of applicants from these countries is based both on their selection by the University and the approval granted by Romanian diplomatic missions.

    ** The following exams are recommended:

    – NEO Personality Inventory Revised – NEO PI R;

    – Young Schema Questionnaire, short form, YSQ-S1 or YSQ-S3.

     

     

    IMPORTANT!

     If the applicant’s family name and given name on the Diploma is not identical with the family name and the given name which appears on the birth certificate, the applicant must submit an authenticated explanatory note.