In line with the efforts of the Romanian Ministry of Education to provide educational support to citizens (pupils, students, PhD students) affected by the military conflict in Ukraine, the University of Bucharest invites those interested in transferring to one of the programs offered by our institution to consult the information below.
Who can apply?
- Ukrainian citizens enrolled in university studies in one of the higher education institutions in Ukraine recognized by the Romanian state.
- Citizens of third countries of the European Union from higher education institutions recognized in Ukraine.
- The list of recognised higher education institutions in Ukraine is available here: https://www.whed.net/results_institutions.php/ and here: http://www.enic.in.ua/index.php/en/.
Applicants are requested to send the questionnaire attached below to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The International Relations Departement will review the candidate’s profile and, if there are similar programmes offered by our institution, will contact the candidate for further guidance.
Candidates for whom it has been possible to find an equivalent programme to initiate the transfer should send the following documents attached below to the e-mail address email@example.com.
- Request for transfer
- Application for the letter of acceptance
- Any other identity or educational documents they may have in their possession which will help to analyse as accurately as possible the candidate’s profile and academic level.
UB Faculties will inform DRI-UB of the evaluation criteria established, which will inform the candidates;
DRI-UB will provide the faculty committees with the candidates’ files and their contact details;
The UB Faculty Committees will inform DRI-UB of the results of the evaluation.
In case of a positive answer, the candidate’s file will be sent to the Ministry of National Education in order to receive the acceptance letter.
After receiving the letter of acceptance, the candidate will be registered for studies.
1) The definitive academic mobility of the students mentioned in Article 2) is carried out, with a fee, according to the Law no. 1/2010, for the approval of the Government Ordinance no. 22/2009 on the establishment of the minimum amount of tuition fees, in foreign currency, for citizens studying on their own in Romania, from countries that are not members of the European Union, as well as from those that are not part of the European Economic Area and the Swiss Confederation*.
*For the academic year 2021-2022, it has been approved by the university management the payment of 1/4 of the tuition fees available here: https://unibuc.ro/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/FEES-FOR-NON-EU-STUDENT-FRAIS-POUR-LES-ETUDIANTS-NON-EU-2022-2023.pdf
2) In the academic year 2022-2023, by exception to the provisions of Article V, item 1), students who are citizens of Ukraine, may receive funding from the state budget or other sources, through the Ministry of Education and higher education institutions respectively, according to Article 224 of the Law No. 1/2011 on National Education, as amended.
This Regulation is valid for the academic years 2021-2022 and 2022-2023.
Candidates enrolled according to the above regulation will present to the University of Bucharest, before the completion of their studies, the diplomas that allowed them access to the study cycle in which they were enrolled, according to OMEC 4151/24.04.2020 amending Order no. 3473/2017 on the Methodology for the admission to studies and schooling of foreign citizens starting from the school/academic year 2017-2018.
OMEC 4151/24.04.2020 amending Order no. 3473/2017 on the Methodology for the admission to studies and schooling of foreign citizens starting with the school/academic year 2017-2018.
Order no. 5140/11.09.2019 approving the Methodology on academic mobility of students
Order 3325/02.03.2022 for the completion of the Annex to the Order of the Minister of Education No. 5140/2019 of 11 September 2019 for the approval of the Methodology on academic mobility of students
Address of the Ministry of Education No DGRIAE-474/CMJ/3 March 2022
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