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The Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE) is one of the most important universities in Romania and South-Eastern Europe. Founded in 1913, by Royal Decree, ASE is a public university, accredited by the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education with a high degree of confidence, ranked as a research-intensive and education university (A class) in the national ranking conducted by the National Education Ministry in cooperation with the European Universities Association. Our university welcomes approximately 600 degree-seeking foreign students each year, coming from non-EU countries, and approximately 100 incoming students on mobility programs (exchange semester or year).

What are the admissions criteria?

Applicants need a high school diploma and English language proficiency. The application deadline is September 15th.

What is student life like?

With regards to sports, ASE students can choose from a wide array of physical activities, including basketball, volleyball, football, weight lifting, tennis, chess, cheerleading, and many more. ASE’s sports facilities are properly equipped and offer students the chance to practice team and individual sports at no cost. Sports are included in the curriculum for the first two years of study.ASE has a great number of student associations active at a local, as well as national and international levels.

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Housing in student residences ranges from 200–450 euros per month.

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