Procedure

Admission to “Iuliu Haţieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca

by evaluation of the documents attesting applicants’ school performance and personal achievements

2018

 

Information for international applicants who are citizens of the EU Member States, the EEA, the Swiss Confederation and third countries

 

What is the educational offer of “Iuliu Haţieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca for the academic year 2018-2019?

 

  1. Specialties for professions under sectorial regulation in the European Union
No. Study program   Number of credits
Duration

of studies

1 Medicine 6 years 360
2 Dental Medicine 6 years 360
3 Pharmacy 5 years 300
4 General Nursing 4years 240

 

  1. Specialties for professions under general regulation in the European Union
No. Study program  

Number of credits

Duration

of studies

1 Physio-Kinesiotherapy and Rehabilitation 3 years 180
2 Radiology and Imaging 3 years 180
3 Nutrition and Dietetics 3 years 180
4   Dental Technician 3 years 180
  1. In what language are the courses taught?

The courses offered in the first three years of study for a degree in Medicine, Dental Medicine and Pharmacy are available in Romanian, English or French. Given the need for doctor-patient communication, clinical training, seminars and practical works are carried out in Romanian beginning with the fourth year of study.

In General Nursing, Physio-Kinesiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Radiology and Imaging, Nutrition and Dietetics and Dental Technician study programs the teaching activities are carried out entirely in Romanian.

 

  1. Who is eligible for application?

Citizens of the EU, the EEA, the Swiss Confederation or third countries are eligible for application by evaluation of the documents attesting school performance and personal achievements.

A high school diploma from an accredited high school in the applicant’s country of origin is the minimum application requirement. This diploma must be recognized by the Ministry of National Education in Romania.

 

 

  1. Can I apply if I have not yet taken or passed the baccalaureate (school leaving examination) or if there is no school leaving examination in my country?

Yes. The official document proving high school graduation must be attached to your application file.

The original high school diploma or official document proving high school graduation, in case of applicants from countries without a baccalaureate, must be presented upon final enrollment. If upon final enrollment/matriculation you do not hold a high school diploma or an official document stating that you graduated from high school, or if any fraud is detected, you will automatically lose the place obtained following the selection process and will not be reimbursed any fees that you may have already paid.

 

  1. How can applicants demonstrate their language proficiency?

In order for applicants to demonstrate their language proficiency, the application files must include supporting documents. Please include one out of the following three documents:

 

4.1. an internationally recognized language certificate:

a. for the study programs with courses taught in English the following certificates are recognized:

– Cambridge English: Cambridge English: First (FCE), Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE), Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE), Cambridge English: Business Vantage (BEC Vantage), Cambridge English: Business Higher (BEC Higher);

– IELTS (minimum result: band 5.5);

– TOEFL iBT (minimum result: 72 points);

– TOEIC – all test components: TOEIC Listening and Reading and TOEIC Speaking and Writing, with the following minimum results: Listening 400 points, Reading 385 points, Speaking 160 points, Writing 150 points.
Certificates with limited validity must be valid at the beginning of the academic year in which the applicant enrolled.

b. for the study programs with courses taught in French the following certificates are recognized:

  • DELF (minimum level: B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages);
  • DALF (minimum level: level B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages);;
  • TCF (minimum level: level B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages);
  • TEF (minimum level: level B2 – 541 points);
  • DFP (minimum level: level B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages);
  • Other valid French language certificates issued by the French Cultural Centre and by the French Alliance

Certificates with limited validity must be valid at the beginning of the academic year in which the applicant enrolled.

Certificates must include the following information: the overall language level achieved by the certificate owner (at least B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) and proof that all the four language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) were evaluated.

c. for the study programs with courses taught in Romanian the following certificates are recognized:

– Diploma / Certificate of completion of a one-year preparatory course in;

– Romanian documents proving that the applicant completed at least four consecutive years of study in the Romanian language in a school belonging to the Romanian educational system;

– Language certificates (minimum result: level B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) issued by: Romanian higher education institutions accredited  to organize a one-year preparatory course in Romanian as a foreign language; departments of Romanian language, literature, culture and civilization in universities outside Romania; the Romanian Language Institute or the Romanian Cultural Institute.

4.2. a high school diploma issued by a school where English or French was the medium of instruction;

4.3. a language certificate (minimum result: level B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) issued by the Department of Modern Languages of “Iuliu Hațieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca after a general English/French language examination that evaluates candidates’ reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.

For this option, please register with the Department for International Students by sending an email to studentistraini@umfcluj.ro. Please complete and sign Appendix 6 and then attach it to your email. The available dates for the English and French examinations offered by our Department of Modern Languages can be found in Appendix 5.

Each application file must contain a language certificate.

Candidates can only take one English and one French examination at our Department of Modern Languages in an admission session, regardless of the number of application files submitted to the university.

 

  1. How many places are available?

The number of places available for admission in the first year by evaluation of the documents attesting applicants’ school performance and personal achievements is established every year by the Council of each faculty and validated by the Senate of the university, with the approval of the Ministry of National Education.

This number is published on the university website, www.umfcluj.ro, in the Admission section.

 

  1. How are applicants evaluated for admission?

Applicants are evaluated for admission in two ways:

a. by written entrance examination in Romanian language for citizens of Romania, the European Union, the EEA and the Swiss Confederation who take part in the written entrance examination organized in July 2018. It is only by taking part in this exam that applicants can access state-subsidized places or tuition fee places.

Information regarding this method of admission can be found in the Admissions Regulation for Romanian citizens.

b. by evaluation of application files containing proof of the applicants’ academic performance and personal achievements for citizens of the European Union, the EEA, the Swiss Confederation and third countries who opt for this admission method. In this category are also applicants who opt for the admission of Romanians Everywhere.

An applicant can only opt for one method of admission in the same admission session.

The exception to this rule are those applying for the admission of Romanians Everywhere, who can opt both for this admission method and for one of the two above.

 

  1. How are application files evaluated?

The application files are evaluated:

  1. by a committee set up at each faculty composed by dean and vice-deans;
  2. according to a timetable approved each year by the Board of Directors;
  3. by analyzing the documents included in the application files;
  4. by applying general selection criteria as well as criteria specific to each faculty.

The selection results cannot be challenged.

 

  1. What is the difference between applicants admitted following the entrance examination and applicants admitted by evaluation of the documents attesting school performance and personal achievements?

The possibility of receiving financial support for studies and the amount of tuition fees paid constitute the differences between the two types of applicants.

Applicants admitted following the written entrance examination may be subsidized by the Romanian state or may pay a tuition fee.

Applicants admitted based on their application file may only have access to standard tuition fee places (except those who are admitted through the admission for Romanians Everywhere).

There are no differences, privileges or discriminations between these two categories of students as far as the teaching-learning process is concerned.

 

  1. Is there a link between the applicant’s citizenship and the type of admission the applicant chooses?

Romanian and EU, EEA, Swiss Confederation citizens may choose the written entrance examination in Romanian.

Citizens of Romania, the EU, EEA, Swiss Confederation and third countries may be admitted based on their application file.

In the English and French study programs, applicants are admitted only by evaluation of their school performance and personal achievements.

In the study programs taught in Romanian, the following categories of applicants can be admitted by evaluation of their school performance and personal achievements:

  1. citizens of third countries who:

– graduated the preparatory year of Romanian language;

or

– submit Romanian education papers attesting at least 4 consecutive years of study taught in Romanian language in a school unit within the national system in Romania;

or

– submit language certificates or diplomas proving at least the B2 level, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, issued by accredited Romanian higher education institutions organizing the preparatory year of Romanian language for foreigners, by language, literature, culture and civilization departments within universities abroad / Romanian Language Institute or Romanian Cultural Institute.

b. citizens of the EU Member States, the EEA, the Swiss Confederation or third countries of Romanian origin, who participate to the Admission of Romanians Everywhere and who benefit from higher education without paying school fees, under the conditions provided by the regulations in force.

Also, for the study programs taught in Romanian are admitted without admission exam foreign citizens registered through bilateral governmental and / or institutional agreements, who benefit from scholarships granted by the Romanian state, under the conditions provided by the regulations in force.

 

  1. Can students admitted in the first year transfer from one study program (specialty) to another?

Students admitted in the first year to the Faculty of Medicine or Dental Medicine cannot choose to switch the program to which he/she was admitted within the same academic year. Transfers between Medicine and Dental Medicine and reversely are possible only after graduating the first year of study, within the limits of available places and based on justifying reasons.

Students admitted in Pharmacy cannot transfer to other study programs of the university.

 

  1. What are the tuition fees and the costs of the application process?

The tuition fee per year of study for newly enrolled applicants admitted in the academic year 2018-2019 based on the evaluation of their application file is of EUR 6000 for the study programs in Medicine, Dental Medicine and Pharmacy. The tuition fee is of EUR 3500 for the study programs in Nursing, Physio-Kinesiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Radiology and Medical Imaging (Technician), Dentistry (Dental Technician), Nutrition and Dietetics.

All applicants, except for applicants within the Admission of Romanians Everywhere must pay a non-refundable application processing fee in the amount of EUR 250.

 

  1. How can I apply?

The application file should be prepared according to the instructions in the methodology presented below. Applicants may submit their application files either personally or through agents, or they may send them by post.

In case the application is submitted by an agent (relatives, etc.), such person will have to fill in a statement signed in the presence of the University representative who receives the application file.
The University representative receiving the application file and the signed statement, will certify the identity of the signer of statement based on the identity card or passport of the latter.

 

  1. Admission application methodology:

All applicants must comply with the legal requirements regarding the minimum criteria for attending university studies, and with the legislation concerning temporary residency in Romania for the duration of studies.

In order to be evaluated for enrollment, please read the following steps:

  • print and fill in all the fields of the Appendix 1 and 2 using block letters;
  • please check all the necessary documents required for your application file (Point A or B);
  • click on the link for filling in the Europass CV in the desired study language.
  • download, fill in electronically and print the CV form.
  • pay the non-refundable 250 EURO fee for file processing.
  • send the money to the following account:

 

Account holder: Universitatea de Medicină şi Farmacie “Iuliu Hatieganu”,

Address: Victor  Babeș  street,  No.8,  postal  code:400012  Cluj  Napoca,

Romanian Bank: ING BANK

Address: Calea Moţilor nr. 6-8, cod 400001 Cluj Napoca, România

Account no.: RO13INGB0003009162507103

Tax ID no. (CUI): 4288047

Swift: INGBROBU

Bank checks are not accepted.

 

Application files may be sent by post at the following address:

University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Iuliu Hatieganu” Cluj-Napoca,

Foreign Students Department, 

4 Louis Pasteur Street

400349, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

 

or

submitted directly at the university registry office:

4 Louis Pasteur, ground floor, Room no.5, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

 

Contact details: Foreign Students Department

Address: Louis Pasteur no. 4, Cluj–Napoca, Romania

Telephone: 0040-374-834-207, 0040-374-834-167

E-mail: studentistraini@umfcluj.ro

Site: www.umfcluj.ro

 

Please refer to the list of documents required for your application file!

 

  1. What is the deadline for submitting the application files and when are the results announced?

The start date for admission to the 2018-2019 academic year is the May 2nd, 2018 and the deadline for submitting the application files is:

  • July 20th, 2018, 15:00 PM (the date when the file enters the university) for Medicine and Dental Medicine
  • July 30th, 2018, 15:00 PM (the date when the file enters the university) for Pharmacy.

The results will be posted on the university website no later than August 1st 2018 for Medicine, Dental Medicine and Pharmacy.

Applicants who have been accepted will also receive an answer by E-MAIL.

 

  1. Do I need a visa for studying in Romania?

Citizens of non-EU countries need a study visa issued by the Romanian Embassy in the country of origin. The visa is issued based on the Letter of Acceptance to studies delivered by the General Direction of International Relations and European Affairs within the Ministry of National Education in Romania.

EU citizens do not need a study visa. However, they must notify the Ministry of Administration and Internal Affairs about their stay in Romania. The Foreign Students Department will provide counseling in this respect.

 

  1. Where can further information be obtained?

Application files are processed by the Foreign Students Department.

 

Contact details:

Address: 4 Louis Pasteur Street, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Telephone: 0040-374-834-207, 0040-374-834-167

E-mail: studentistraini@umfcluj.ro

Site: www.umfcluj.ro

 

  1. Criteria for selecting students

General evaluation criteria. Applicants shall be accepted for enrollment preferentially, based on their fulfillment of the following evaluation criteria:

a. holder of an International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB) who obtained at least mark 5 in Chemistry and Biology;

or

b. holder of a General Certificate of Education (GCE) with grade A or A+ who obtained at least B+ in Biology and Chemistry;

or

c. both the average of the baccalaureate marks and the average of each year’s marks in biology and chemistry represent at least 70% of the maximum mark that can be obtained in the country of origin, as long as none of the individual marks is lower than 60%;

or

d. taking baccalaureate examinations in biology and chemistry;

or

e. graduation from an accredited high school in the country of origin with biology and chemistry in the curriculum;

 or

f. graduation from an accredited high school in the country of origin, which issues a diploma recognized by the Romanian Ministry of National Education

g. baccalaureate exam grades must meet minimum conditions for accepting international students in medical studies (Appendix 3).

The high school diploma must allow access to higher education in the country of origin.

 

Individual evaluation of application files also includes the assessment of the following:

  1. Applicant’s high school education: type of high school that the applicant graduated from, results obtained in the baccalaureate / high school leaving examination;
  2. Proof of language skills in the language of university instruction, attested by language certificates mentioned under point 4;
  3. Quality of extracurricular activities: CV, professional experience in medicine-related fields, other relevant achievements, voluntary work, etc.
  4. Letters of recommendation

Faculties may interpret the evaluation criteria differently.

 

Important notes:

On-line enrolment is not possible.

Incomplete files are processed, but are not eligible for evaluation.

Files which contain proving documents that are not translated or authenticated by a notary public are considered incomplete; they are processed, but are not eligible for evaluation.

Appendices 1 and 2 must be dated and signed in order for the file to be evaluated.

The document proving payment must not be authenticated by a notary public, but must be translated into English or French, as the case may be.

The results of the selection process cannot be contested.

The university is not deemed liable for the promptness of postal traffic.

Any correspondence delivered to the university after the deadline and the completion of the selection process will not be taken into consideration.

By selecting you, the University takes no responsibility for your enrolment as a student. Admission followed by enrolment requires the following:

  1. submission of all original documents required in the final enrollment instructions;
  2. complying with legal enrolment requirements, including recognition and equivalence of high school education by the Romanian state authorities;
  3. complying with legal conditions for temporary Romanian residency for the duration of the studies;
  4. signing the study contract and payment of required fees;

If you were selected on the basis on a fraudulent application (you provided information that is not in compliance with actual facts), the University will decline your enrollment.

 

  1. How are high school studies recognized by Romanian authorities?

a. For EU, EEA and Swiss Confederation citizens, studies are recognized by the National Center for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas, which is part of the Romanian Ministry of Education. All the documents required for the recognition of high school studies are also included in the application file.

If you are considered eligible and your file is complete, the University will submit your documents for recognition to the National Center for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas.

Upon evaluation of your file, the National Center for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas will issue a certificate/attestation granting you the right to pursue higher education studies in Romania.

Enrolment in the study programs of our university is dependent upon recognition of your studies by the National Center for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas.

Failure to receive recognition from the National Center for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas prevents us from enrolling you.

 b. For non-EU citizens, high school studies are recognized by the General Department for International Relations and European Affairs within the Romanian Ministry of National Education. All the documents required for the recognition of high school studies are also included in the application file.

If you are considered eligible and your file is complete, the General Department for International Relations and European Affairs issues a Letter of acceptance to studies. This letter is indispensable for obtaining the study visa.

Enrolment in the study programs of our university is dependent upon recognition of your studies by the General Department for International Relations and European Affairs.

Failure to receive recognition of your studies from the General Department for International Relations and European Affairs prevents us from enrolling you.

If studies are not recognized by the National Center for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas or (as the case) by the General Department for International Relations and European Affairs, the study contract concluded between the student and the “Iuliu Hațieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy from Cluj-Napoca ends on the date the document stating that your studies are not officially recognized is issued.

The fees that the student pays before matriculation are non-refundable.

 

Note!

 DO NOT send original documents, send only authenticated copies!

Attach a document describing the marking system used in the schools that you attended (the equivalent grades for failed-excellent).

 

A. Contents 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:

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.

APPENDIX 1

Application to be evaluated in order to enroll on a course of study

Academic year 2018 – 2019

 

  1. Dear applicant, please select the Faculty and the intended language of instruction that you wish to apply for:

 

FACULTY OF

MEDICINE

FACULTY OF

DENTAL MEDICINE

FACULTY OF

PHARMACY

                 a) English                  a) English                  a) English
                 b) French                  b) French                  b) French
                 c) Romanian                  c) Romanian

 

  • If you wish to apply for more than one of the above courses of study, you must fill in and submit separate applications for each option;
  • In case of more than one option, please enter the order of your preferences in the below table:

 

No. Faculty Language taught
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

 

  1. Dear applicant, please fill in the form below with your personal information using CAPITAL LETTERS:

 

Surname_________________________ First name ______________________ Gender M   F

Date of birth _____________________ Citizenship: Country_____________________ EU / non-EU

 

Address (street, no, town, postal code, country, telephone number)

__________________________________________________________________________________

 

E-mail address: _______________________________________________________

 

Facebook account________________________________________________________

 

 

Date_______________________                                                                                        Signature_______________________

APPENDIX 2

Declaration

 

I,………………………………………………….., hereby declare under my own liability that:

 

  1. The information entered in the application form, CV and the application file attached is in compliance

with actual facts;

  1. I acknowledge and agree that in case of being selected as a result of fraud (i.e. I provided Information that is not in compliance with actual facts), the University shall refuse my enrolment and that all previously paid fees are non-refundable;
  1. I acknowledge and agree that the fee for the application processing is non-refundable;
  1. I read and acknowledged the information for international applicants from EU, EEA, Swiss Confederation and third countries regarding admission to the “Iuliu Haţieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca, in the academic year 2018-2019.
  1. I am aware that the enrolment in your University is conditioned by the Letter of Acceptance issued by the Romanian Ministry of National Education.

 

The University reserves its right to apply to Ministry of National Education for all accepted applicants.

 

Applicants that meet the general criteria of the university and whose applications were declared eligible may be matriculated on condition that they pay half of the annual tuition fee.

 

In case the National Center for Equivalence and Recognition of Diplomas and the General Directorate for International Relations does not grant official recognition of your studies, the study contract signed between the student and “Iuliu Haţieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Cluj-Napoca ends on the date the document stating that your studies are not officially recognized is issued, and the tuition fee paid by the student during the enrolment period are non-refundable.

  1. If I am accepted but do not confirm my place or withdraw, the university will not keep my place for the following year.

 

Date____________                                                         Signature_________________

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX 3

                            

General criteria applied for assessing the applicants’ academic performance

A. Post-secondary studies:

      a. Graduated or partial university studies

               i. Medical studies

               ii. Studies related to the medical profession (graduated or partial)

                        1. Nurse

                        2. Paramedics

                        3. Midwives

                        4. Equivalent specialties:

                                  a. Physical therapy

                                 b. Radiology technician

                                 c. Laboratory

                                 d. Dental technician

                                 e. Dental prophylaxis

                                 f. Pharmacy assistant

                                g. Other

        iii. University studies complementary to the medical field (graduated or partial)

              1. Bioengineering

              2. Medical equipment or equivalent studies

              3. Psychology

              4. Biology

              5. Chemistry

     iv. Masters in medical related fields (graduated)

            1. see the specialties from above (ii and iii)

  b. Graduated secondary education

        i. Medical (related fields)

       ii. Biology

       iii. Chemistry

B. High school studies

    a. Baccalaureate

           i. Final average of the baccalaureate

           ii. Type of baccalaureate

           iii. Baccalaureate for specific subjects

                  1. Biology

                  2. Chemistry

                  3. Physics

   b. Without baccalaureate (only for the countries that don’t have a final high school exam)

         i. Type of the graduated high school

         ii. The sum of the grades/marks obtained during high school

        iii. The sum of the Biology grades

        iv. the sum of the Chemistry grades

C. Knowledge of the language in which the studies are carried out

       a. Specific Language skill certificate (English of french)

       b. Graduation of some college in the respective language

            i. Note: The weight and the importance of the various types of possible certificates determined in consultation with the Discipline of modern languages

D. Extracurricular activities

          a. Volunteering in medical or biology related fields;

          b. professional experience as a qualified or unqualified employee in medical/paramedical field;

          c. Other abilities or achievements that may be relevant.

E. Letters of recommendation

      a. Letters of recommendation, in original, from a trustee considered relevant by  the applicant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX 4

According to the order of Minister in force

 

 

Country Diploma
The Islamic State of Afghanistan Baccalaureat Certificate/12 Grade Graduation Certificate

 

Central Africa Republic

 

Baccalaureat/Diplome de Bachelier de l’Enseignement du Second Degre + Releve des notes – final score minimum 12/20; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
South Africa Republic

 

National Senior Certificate – final score minimum 60%, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Albania Republic

 

Deftese Pjekurie (Maturity Certificate), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Algerian Democratic and Popular Republic

 

Diplome de Bachelier de l’enseignement secondaire general + Releve de notes du baccalaureat – final score minimum 12/20 for health field;
Angola Republic

 

Certificado de Ensino Medio / Certificado de Estudios Pre-Universitarios / Habilitacoes, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

 

General Secondary Education Certificate (Shahadat Al-Thanawiyyah) – final score minimum 60%; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
Argentina Republic

 

Titulo de Bachiller, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Armenia Republic Attestat/Certificate of maturity “Hasunutian Vkaiakan”/Atestat midzinakarg krtoitjan – cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Australia, Capital Territory ACT Year 12 Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Australia, New South Wales Higher School Certificate + Examination with Results Notice minimum 11 units, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Australia, Queensland Queensland Senior Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Australia, South Australia South Australian Certificate of Education, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Australia, Northen Territory Northen Territory Certificate of Education, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Australia, Tasmania Tasmania Certificate of Education, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Australia, Western Western Australian Certificate of Education, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Australia, Victoria Victorian Certificate of Education, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republica Austria Reifezeugnis/Reifeprüfungszeugnis/Reife-und Diplomprufungszeugnis
Azerbaidjan Orta Tahsil Haqquinda Attestat / Orta mekteb attestati / Svidetel’stvo/o Srednem Obrazovanii – cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Kingdom of Bahrain

 

Tawjihiya (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) – final score minimum 60% ; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
Popular Republic of Bangladesh

 

Higher Secondary School Certificate/Intermediate – final score minimum 80/100; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
Belarus Atestat ab agul’naj sjarednjaj adukcii / Attestat o (Obschem)

Srednem Obrazovanii – cumulative condition for health field :

minimum 2 subjects*)

Kingdom of Belgium

 

Diploma van secundair onderwijs/Certificat d`Enseignement Secondaire Superieur (C.E.S.S.) / Abschlusszeugnis der Oberstufe des Sekundarunterrichts (allgemein bildender und kunstlerischer Sekundarunterricht)
Republic of Benin

 

Baccalaureat de l`Enseignement du Second degree*) + Releve des notes, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Kingdom of Bhutan

 

Bhutan Higher Secondary Education Certificate (Class XII) – Indian School Certificate examination, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Plurinational State of Bolivia

 

Diploma Bachiller en Humanidades, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

Diploma o polozenom zavrsnom ispitu/ Diploma o Zavrsenoj Srednjoj Skoli / Matura / Svjedodzba o Zavrzenoj Srednjoj Skoli (Secondary School Leaving Certificate), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Botswana

 

Botswana General Certificate of Secondary Education – cumulative condition for health field: 2 subjects*) minimum B
Federal Republic of Brazil

 

Diploma de Ensino Medio/Certificado de Conclusao do Ensino Medio Supletivo / Certificado de Conclusao de Segundo Grau, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Brunei Darussalam Brunei/Cambridge Advanced Level Certificate of Education – cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*), minimum C
Republic of Bulgaria Diploma za Sredno Obrazovanie
Burkina Faso Diplome de Bachiller / Baccalaureat de l’Enseignement du Second Degre *) + Releve des notes, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Burma (Myanmar) Basic Education High School Examination/ Standard X Examination (Matriculation), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Burundi Diplom d`Etat/ Diplome des Humanites Generales / Certificat/ Homologue des Humanites Completes, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Kingdom of Cambodia

 

Certificate of upper Secondary Education/ Senior High School Certificate/Attestation de Fin d`Etudes Secondaires de l`Enseignement General, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Cameroon – British system

 

Cameroon GCE Ordinary Level Examination + Cameroon GCE Advanced Level Examination – cumulative condition for health field: minimum 3 subjects*), minimum C
Republic of Cameroon – French system Baccalauréat de l`Enseignement Secondaire – 3 subjects*), final score 12/20 for health field
Canada (Alberta) General/Advanced High School Diploma (Alberta), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, British Columbia Secondary School Diploma/ Senior Secondary Graduation Diploma (Dogwood Diploma), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, Manitobia High School Graduation Diploma/ Final Secondary School Leaving Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, New Brunswick High School Graduation Diploma/ Diplôme de Fin d`Etudes Secondaires, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, New Foundland and Labrador High School Graduation Diploma, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, North West Territories NWT High School Diploma, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, Nova Scotia Nova Scotia High School Graduation Diploma/ High School Completion Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, Nunavut High School Graduation Diploma/ School Leaving Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, Ontario Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) (Advanced level), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, Prince Edward Island High School Graduation Diploma, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, Quebec Diplôme d`Etudes Collégiales/ Diploma of Collegial Studies, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, Saskatchewan Complete Grade 12 Standing/ Division IV Standing (Record of High School Standing), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Canada, Yukon Secondary School Graduation Diploma, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Cape Verde

 

Ensino Secundario – 2 ciclo/ Certificado de Habilitacoes Literarias, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Caribbean/ (Anguila /Antigua and Barbuda/ Barbados/ Belize/ British Virgin Islands / Cayman Islands/ Dominica/ Granada/ Guiana/ Jamaica/ Montserrat/ St Kitts & St Nevis/ St Lucia/ St Vicent & Grenadines/ Trinidad & Tobago/ Turks & Caicos Islands) Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) + Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Certificate (CAPE) – 2 subjects*) A-level, minimum C
Czech Republic

 

Vysvedceni o maturitni zkousce obtained at a Gimnazium/ Vysvedceni o maturitni zkousce (general education) from Stredni odborna skola/ Maturitn zkouska
Republic of Chile

 

Licencia de Educacion media /Licencia de Ensenanza Media

Humanistico/Cientifica, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)

Chinese Popular Republic

 

Senior Secondary Graduation Examination, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Chad

 

Baccalauréat + Releve des notes, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Cyprus Lise Diplomasi / Apolytirion
Colombian Republic

 

Diploma de Bachiller Academico + certificado notas, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire)

 

Diplôme d`Etat d`Etudes secondaires du Cycle Long/ Baccalauréat + Releve de notes – final score minimum 12/20 ; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*
Republic of Congo (Brazzaville)

 

Baccalauréat de l`Ensaignement du Second Degré (Enseignement Général) + Releve de notes  – final score minimum 12/20; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*
Republic of Ivory Coast

 

Diplome de Bachelier de l`Enseignement du Second Degré + Releve des notes, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Korean Republic

 

Ilbankye Kodung Hakkyo (General High School Diploma)/ Certificate of Graduation + Transcript, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Democratic Popular Republic of Korea Graduation Certificate of Senior Middle School, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Costa Rica

 

Bachillerato/Diploma Conclusión de Estudios de Educatión Diversificada/ Bachiller Educación Media + certificado notas, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Croatia

 

Svjedodzba o zavrsnom ispitu/ Svjedodzba (drzavnoj) o maturi/ Maturatna svjedodzba / Svjedodzba o zavrsenom srednjem obrazovanju
Cuban Republic

 

Diploma de Bachiller en Ciencias y Letras/ Título de Bachiller (nivel medio superior de la Education General) – Certificado de Estudios Secundarias/Terminados, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Kingdom of Denmark

 

Højere Handelseksamen (HHX)*)/ Højere Teknisk Eksamen (HTX)*)/ Bevis for Højere Forberedelseseksamen (HF) / Studentereksamensbevis (STX)
Republic of Djibouti

 

Baccalaureat de l`Enseignement Secondaire + Releve des notes, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Dominican Republic

 

Diploma de Bachiller / Diploma de Conclusion de la Educación Media/ Certificacion (Pruebas Nacionales de Conclusion de la Educacion Media), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Ecuador Titulo de Bachiller Unico Integral/Diploma Bachiller en Arte / Ciencias + Cursos pre-universitarios, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Arab Republic of Egypt

 

Thanaweya Am`ma (General Secondary School Certificate) – final score minimum 60%; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
Hellenic Republic

 

Apolytirion (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) + Panellinies Exetaseis *)
Republic El Salvador

 

Diploma Bachiller General, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Swiss Confederation

 

Certificat de Maturité/ Maturity Certificate/ Maturitätszeugnis/ Maturitatsausweis/ Baccalaureat
United Arab Emirates

 

General Secondary Education Certificate (Shahadat Al-Tawjihiya) –  final score minimum 60%; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
State of Eritrea

 

Eritrean Secondary School Education Certificate Examination (ESECE), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Estonia Gümnaasiumi lõputunnistus + Riigieksamitunnistus
Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

 

Ethiopian Higher Education Entrance Examination Certificate – minimum 2 exams*) passed with 50 points/ C / Grade Point Average 3
Republic of the Fiji Islands

 

Fiji School Leaving Certificate Examination/New Zeeland School Certificate/ Fiji Seventh Form Examination Certificate – 3 subjects*)
Philippines High School Diploma, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Finland Republic Ylioppilastutkintotodistus (Studentsexamensbetyg)
French Republic Diplôme du baccalauréat
Gabonese Republic

 

Baccalauréat*) + Releve de notes – final score minimum 12/20; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
Republic of Gambia

 

West African Examination Council Senior Secondary School Leaving Certificate/ West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) – 3 subjects*) passed with C6
Georgia Sashualo Skolis Atestaţi/Secondary School Leaving Certificate + transcript with all subjects and grades, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Federal Republic of Germany Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife (Abitur)
Republic of Ghana

 

Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) issued by the West African Examination Council – at least 6 subjects including 2*) passed with minimum C
Guadaloupe Baccalauréat Deuxième Partie, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Guatemala

 

Diploma de Bachiller en Ciencias y Letras, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Guinea

(Conakry)

Baccalaureat 2eme Partie + Releve de notes – final score minimum 12/20 ; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
Republic of Guinea Bissau

 

Certificado de Conclusao do Ensino Secundario, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic Haiti Certificat de Fin d`Études Secondaires Classiques (Première + Deuxième Partie)/ Diplôme d`Études Secondaires (Première + Deuxième Partie) (système traditionnel)/ Baccalauréat/Diplôme d`Enseignement Secondaire (système reforme), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Honduras Bachillerato / Titulo de Bachiller en Ciencias y Letras, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Hong Kong Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination (HKCEE) + Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination (HKALE) / Hong Kong Advanced Supplementary Level Examination – 3 subjects*) A Level, minimum C
Republic of India All India Senior School Certificate (AISSC) de la Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)/ Indian School Certificate (ISC) de la Council for the Indian School Certificate (CISCE)/ Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC)/ Intermediate Certificate/ Pre-University Certificate + Statement of Marks – final score minimum 60%; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*) with a minimum score of 70%
Republic of Indonesia Surat Tanda Tamat Belajajar Sekolah Menegah Unum/ IJAZAH Sekolah Menengah Atas (SMA)/Madrasah Aliyah (MA)/Certificate of Completion of Upper Secondary School, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

 

Tawjihi/ General Secondary Education Certificate – final score minimum 60%; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
Kingdom of Iraq

 

Al-Edadiyah/ Al Idadiyah Sixth Form Baccalaureat – final score minimumm 70% ; cumulative condition for health field : 3 subjects*
Islamic Republic of Iran

 

Diplom-e-Motevasete (High School Diploma) + Peeshdaneshgahe (Pre-University Year), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Ireland

 

Leaving Certificate (Ardteistmeireacht) with at least 6 subjects including 2*) high level passed (Higher level) C2
Republic of Island

 

Studentsprof (Matriculation Examination), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
State of Israel

 

Israil Te`udat Bagrut/ Matriculation Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Italian Republic

 

Diploma di superamento dell`esame di stato conclusivo dei corsi di studio di istruzione secondaria superiore/ Diploma di Maturita
Japan Kotogakko Sotsugyo Shomeisho (High School Certificate of Graduation), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Kazakhstan Attestat (Certificate of Secondary Education) – cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Kenya

 

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) –3*) passed with minimum C+
Kosovo Final High School Degree (Matura/Diploma për kryerjen e shkollës së mesme te pergjithsme – gjimnazin) + Testi i Maturës Shtetërore, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
State of Kuwait Shahadat Al-Thanawiya – Al – A`ama (Certificate of Secondary Education) – final score minimum 60%; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
Kyrgyzstan Attestat (Certificate of Secondary Education) – cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Democratic and Popular Republic of Laos Baccalauréat de l’Énseignement General + Releve des notes -3 subjects*)
Kingdom of Lesotho Cambridge Overseas School Certificate-2 subjects*) “pass with credit”
Republic of  Latvia

 

Atestäts par visparejo videjo izglitibu

(Certificate of Secondary Education)

Lebanese Republic

 

Baccalauréat General (Libanais), final score minimum 60% / final score minimum 12/20 + 3 subjects*) for health field
Republic of Liberia Senior High School Certificate (SHCE) – 3 subjects *) minimum « Good »
Republic of Libya

 

Secondary Education Certificate-minimum score 60%, for health field 3 subjects*)
Liechtenstein Maturazeugnis des Lichtensteinischen Gymnasiums
Republic of Lithuania Brandos atestatas (Maturita-certificate)
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Diplôme/Certificat de Fin d’Études secondaires
Republic of Macedonia Svidetelstvo za zavreno sredno obrazovanie (Secondary School Leaving Certificate), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Madagascar Baccalauréat de l’Enseignement secondaire + Releve des notes – final score minimum 12/20 for health field
Republic of Malawi Malawi School Certificate of Education, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Federation of Malaysia

 

Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia + Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia – cumulative condition for health field 3 subjects*)
Republic of Mali Baccalaureat Malien – 2eme Partie*) + Releve des notes -final score minimum 12/20 for health field
Republic of  Malta Matriculation Certificate*), minimum C
Kingdom of Morocco

 

Attestation/Diplôme du Baccalauréat *) + Releve des notes – final score minimum 12/20 for health field
Islamic Republic of Mauritania

 

Diplôme du Baccalauréat de l’Énseignement du Secondaire*) + Releve des notes, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of  Mauritius

 

School Certificate / General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level + Higher School Certificate / General Certificate of Education Advanced Level – 2 subjects*), minimum C pentru A Level
United Mexican States

 

Diploma de Bachiller General, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of  Moldova Diploma de bacalaureat with general notes table, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Participate of  Monaco Baccalauréat de l’Enseignement Général + Relevé des notes
Mongolia Gerchilgee Certificate of Secondary Education, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of  Mozambique

 

Certificado de Habilitaçoes Literarias, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of  Montenegro

 

Diploma o Završenoj Šrednjoj Školi/Diploma o polozhenom zavrshnom ispitu (Secondary School Leaving Certificate), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic Namibia Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate (Higher and Ordinary level) / Higher International Secondary Certificate of Education (Higher  and Ordinary level) – 3 subjects*) high level passed (Higher), minimum grade 3
Kingdom of Nepal

 

School Leaving Certificate + Higher Secondary Certificate – final score 60%, 3 subjects*)
New Zeeland

 

National Certificate of Educational Achievement Level 3/ University Entrance, Bursaries and Scholarships Examination/ Sixth Form Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Nicaragua

 

Bachillerato en Ciencias y Letras + Certificado notas, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Niger Baccalauréat  + Relevé des notes – 3 subjects*)
Federal Republic of Nigeria

 

Senior School Certificate – 5 subjects including 3*) passed with B3/West African Senior School Certificate – 5 subjects including 3*) passed with minimum 3
Kingdom of Norway

 

Vitnemål videregående opplæring (generell studiekompetanse)*) Eksamenskarakter minimum grade 4 for health field
Sultanate of Oman Thanawiya Amma (General Certificate/General Education Diploma) – final score minimum 60%; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
Islamic Republic of Pakistan

 

Intermediate / Higher Secondary School Certificate (recognized by Inter Board Committee of Chairmen), final score minimum 80%, cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*) with minimum score 80%
Palestine Al-Tawjihi (Certificate of Secondary Education Examination) issued according with the Egyptian or Jordanian curriculum – final score minimum 60%; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
Republic of Panama Diploma Bachiller + certificado notas, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Papua New Guinea

 

Higher School Certificate , cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Paraguay Diploma Bachiller + certificado notas, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Peru Certificado Oficial de Estudios /Education basica regular nivel de education secunadria + certificado notas, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Poland Świadectwo dojrzalości Liceum Ogólnoksztalcacego*)
Portuguese Republic

 

Diploma de estudos/ensino secundários/Certidao de habilitacoes – minimum 2 subjects*)
Puerto Rico High School Diploma + transcript of studies, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
State of Qatar Al-Thanawiya Aama Qatari (Qatar General Secondary Education Certificate) – final score minimum 60%, cumulative condition for health field : 3 subjects*)
Russian Federation Attestat – cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Kingdom of the Netherlands Diploma Voorbereidend wetenschappelijk onderwijs
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland General Certificate of Secondary Education + General Certificate of Education- minimum 2 A Level*)
Wales Welsh Baccalaureate / Advanced diploma – minimum 2 AL*)
Scotland Scottish Certificate of Secondary Education/Scottish Qualifications Certificate – 5 subjects including 2*) Advanced Higher
Republic of Rwanda

 

Diplôme de Fin d’Études secondaires/Certificat du Cycle Supérieur de l’Énseignement Secondaire/ Diplome d’Humanites Generales + Releve des notes, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Samoa Pacific Senior Secondary Certificate / Western Samoa School Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
San Marino Diploma di maturita
Republic of Senegal Baccalauréat de l’Énseignement Secondaire (Série L and S) + Releve des notes – 12/20 for health field
Republic of Serbia Diploma/Uverenje o polozenom maturskom ispitu/Diploma o stecenom srednem obrazovanju / Diploma o Završenoj Šrednjoj Školi, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Seychelles General Certificate of Secondary Education / Cambridge Overseas Higher School Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Sierra Leone West African Senior School Certificate Examination /General Certificate of Education (GCE) – minimum 5 subjects, including 2 subjects *) passed at A-level
Republic of Singapore Cambridge General Certificate of Education Ordinary + Cambridge General Certificate of Education Advanced Level – minimum 2 subjects*) AL
Syrian Arab Republic

 

Al Shahâda Al Thânawiyya al-Imma (General Secondary School Certificate) / Baccalaureat– final score minimum 60%; cumulative condition for health field: 3 subjects*)
Slovak Republic Vysvedcenie o maturitnej skuske (Gymnazium)*)
Republic of Slovenia Spricevalo o splosni maturi (Splosna Matura)*)
Solomon Island Pacific Senior Secondary Certificate / Solomon Island School Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Somalia Shahaadada Dugsiga Dare (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) + cumulative condition for health field: minimum 3 subjects*)
Kingdom of Spain Titulo de Bachiller (Baccalaureat)
Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka

 

Sri Lanka General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level – 6 subjects + Sri Lanka General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (A level), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
United States of America

 

High School Diploma/General Educational Development (GED)/ High School Equivalency Diploma + Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) / Advanced Placement Test (APT) / American College Testing (ACT), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Sudan Higher Secondary School Certificate – final score minimum 60% ; cumulative condition for health field – 3 subjects*);
Kingdom of Sweden

 

Slutbetyg Fran Gymnasieskola/Kommunal Vuxenutbildning/Komvux – minimum score 2350 credits – 2 subjects*) A level, mark VG
Republic of Surinam Voorbereidend Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Kingdom of Swaziland Cambridge Overseas School Certificate (COSC) A level, 2 subjects*)
Taiwan Senior High School Leaving Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Tajikistan Attestat (Certificate of Secondary Education) – cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Kingdom of Thailand

 

Certificate of Secondary Education/Certificate of Completion grade 12/ Matayom VI / Maw 6, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
United Republic of Tanzania

 

Naţional Form IV Examination Certificate / General Certificate of Secondary Education (0 level) + National Form IV Examination Certificate / Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education – 5 subjects including 2*) A-level
Republic of Togo

 

Diplome de Bachelier de l’Enseignement du Troisième  Degré/ Baccalaureat + Releve des notes, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Kingdom of Tonga

 

Tonga National Form Seven Certificate + Pacific Senior Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Tunisia Baccalaureat/ Diplôme de Bachilier de l’Enseignement secondaire + Releve des notes – final score minimum 12/20 for health field
Republic of Turkey

 

Lise Diplomasi – general access/ Teknik Lisesi Diplomasi – exclusive access to technical areas; cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Turkmenistan Attestat / Orta bilim hakynda Sahadatnama (Certificate of Secondary Education) – cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Ukraine Atestat (Certificate of Secondary Education) – cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Uganda Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) + Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education – 2 subjects AL*), minimum C
Hungary Gimnazium Érrettségi Bizonyitvány
Oriental Republic of Uruguay Bachillerato + Certificado de estudios – 2 subjects*)
Uzbekistan Attestat o srednem obrazovanii / Orta malumot togrisida shahodatnoma – cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Vanuatu Pacific Senior Secondary Certificate, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Vatican Testimonio Maturitatis
Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

 

Titulo de Bachiller + Certificado notas, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Socialist Republic of Vietnam

 

Bang Tót Nghiep Phó Thông (Certificate of Secondary School Graduation)/ Bang Tu Tai Hai (Baccalaureat II), cumulative condition for health field: minimum 2 subjects*)
Republic of Yemen Al Thanawiya – final score minimum 60%, cumulative condition for health field: minimum 3 subjects*)
Republic of Zambia Zambian School Certificate / Cambridge Overseas School Certificate – minimum 5 subjects din care 2*) passed with grade 4
Republic of Zimbawe Cambridge Higher School Certificate (HSC) – 2 subjects*), minimum C/ General Certificate of Education A Level – 2 subjects*) minimum C

 

* Relevant subjects for medical studies

Other diploma giving access to Romanian higher education:

– Diplome du Baccalaureat Europeen*)/Europeisk Baccalaureat Diploma*) – International Baccalaureate Diploma*)

–  High  school  diplomas  issued  by  private  educational  institutions  performing  an  adequate educational system from another country than the country where the institution is and they are issued under the educational system adopted. Cumulative condition for international schools operating in Romania: registration at ARACIP.

Pursuant to the order of Minister No. 3.473 of March 17, 2017 entered into force on April 5, 2017, will be amended with the new Ministry of National Education’s regulation for 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX 5

 

Available language examination dates

 

English:

 

  • Room No. 2 (ground floor – Department of Modern Languages, 6 Louis Pasteur Street)

 Wednesday, June 13th 2018 – 10 a.m.

Wednesday, June 20th 2018- 10 a.m.

Wednesday, June 27th 2018- 10 a.m.

Monday, July 2nd 2018 – 10 a.m.

Wednesday, July 4th 2018 – 10 a.m.

Monday, July 9th 2018 – 10 a.m.

Wednesday, July 11th 2018 – 10 a.m.

Monday, July 16th 2018 – 10 a.m.

Wednesday, July 18th 2018 – 10 a.m.

Thursday, July 19th 2018 – 10 a.m.

 

 

 French:

  • Room No. 13 (3rd floor – Department of Modern Languages, 6 Louis Pasteur Street)

 

Thursday, June 28th 2018 – 10 a.m.

Thursday, July 19th 2018 – 10 a.m.

 

The written exam takes 2 hours and is followed by the speaking test (approximately 10 minutes/applicant). Depending on the number of applicants, the entire speaking test may take several hours.

Before the examination date, applicants must register with the Foreign Students Department. On the test date, applicants must bring a valid passport or identity card. Applicants who fail to register with the Department for International Students or to bring a valid passport or identity card will not be allowed to take the examination.

An applicant is allowed to sit only one English or French language examination at the Department of Modern Languages in the 2018 admission session.

Certificates will be issued within a maximum of 7 working days and will be sent directly to the Foreign Students Department.

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX 6

 

Application form for the examination of English/French

 

 

FAMILY NAME: ………………………………………………..


FIRST NAME: ………………………………………………


COUNTRY OF ORIGIN (Country that delivered the passport): .………………………………


PASSPORT/ ID NO.: …………………………………………………………….


REQUESTED EXAMINATION DATE: ………………………………….


EMAIL ADDRESS: ………………………………………….

 

 

Date: …………………………………..


Signature: ……………………………..