Would you like to study in a country that has it all: sandy beaches, wild forests, medieval castles, and… vampires? One last joke, but if you like everything else, consider Study in Romania. This diverse country is a rich blend of historical interest, beautiful natural landscapes, friendly people, and European cultures. And, although vampires don't actually exist here, those interested in the field can join the throngs of tourists eager to visit sites like Bran Castle, considered the real-life inspiration for Bram Stalker's haunted house of Dracula.
Universities in Romania
Romania has 49 public and eight private universities. Undergraduate courses in Science, Humanities, Society and Economics, Law, Political Science, Fine Arts, and Sports last for three years; four years for technical science, engineering, agriculture, and forestry; and six years for general medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and architecture. Postgraduate courses last for two years. Higher education institutions in Romania consist of universities, institutes, academies, conservatories, and university colleges.
Why Study in Romania?
The higher education system in Romania is continually being improved. The system is regulated by the Ministry of Education and Research, which ensures that Romanian higher education matches the standards of the rest of Europe. This means that any degree you earn in Romania will be respected internationally. At a Romanian university, you will be able to gain a bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree, in a wide range of subject areas. There are many higher education institutions in the country, both public and private. The institutions tend to focus on academic and vocational elements of education, preparing the students for the workplace.
There are 11 of Romania’s universities in the 2022 QS World University Rankings. Included in the rankings is Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Babes-Bolyai University, the University of Bucharest, University Politehnica of Bucharest and the Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara