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Students enrolled in this school.
6
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
31
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

From the school:The University of Bucharest is rich in history and has been actively contributing to the development and modernization of Romanian education, science, and culture since 1864. Today, the University of Bucharest is one of the leading higher education institutions in Romania and South-East Europe and its main objective is to offer high-quality academic programs and research facilities, aiming to become a leader in research and teaching. The University consists of nineteen faculties, which offer undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. There are 29 fields of study leading to a bachelor’s degree, with a total of nearly 100 majors. The degree granted by the University of Bucharest after final examinations is recognized throughout the world and recommends graduates as being thoroughly trained in the field of study of their choice. 

What are the admissions criteria?

The application period is from April 15th-July 26th. Candidates are requested to register between September 16, 2019, and September 30, 2019. Students must submit the application form, a copy of their passport and birth certificate, and a legalized transcript and diploma (see country page for more information on this) to the school. Applicants from non-anglophone countries or high schools must show proof of English proficiency. 

What is student life like?

From the school: An exciting tempo of life is created at the University by such things as its laboratories equipped in line with international standards, a large number of research centers, magazines, student debating societies, foreign lectures, or events organized by the Students’ Association and the Center for Information, Vocational Guidance and Professional Counselling, exhibitions and concerts. Besides these, students can take part in extra-curricular activities organized by the University and by the Students’ Association and can take the opportunity to visit important UB attractions, such as the “Dimitrie Brândză” Botanical Garden, The Museum of the University of Bucharest, or the Hațeg International UNESCO Geopark in Hunedoara county. The University of Bucharest takes great interest in providing its students with the resources necessary for leading a healthy and active life. Thus, UB’s Physical Education Department offers students the possibility to practice sports like tennis, basketball, football, body-building, aerobics, or sports dance, classes held in the sports halls and playing fields of the University. The students are an inexhaustible source of energy and UB supports their projects, offering the necessary resources for these to take shape.

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Housing options.

From the school: The University of Bucharest may accommodate international students in its student dorms in the limit of the available places. The alternative for all independent students (scholarship holders or self-paying students) is to find their own room or flat on the internet. The monthly rent may be around 250-500 Euro for a one-/two-room accommodation, with kitchen and bathroom included.

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