Romania is situated in the South-Eastern part of Central Europe and shares borders with Hungary to the North-West, Serbia to the South-West, Bulgaria to the South, the Black Sea to the South-East, Ukraine to the East and North and the Republic of Moldova to the East. The capital of Romania is Bucharest, with a population of more than 2 million.

Romanian university qualifications highly appreciated and recognized in Europe and beyond, lowest tuition fees and living cost in Europe, simplifiedand clear university admission process and visa application, credit transfer students accepted, multicultural social environment etc. attract thousand and thousand of international students.

Want to learn about how the higher education system works in Romania? Romania is a popular destination for a variety of students, given its diverse programs, budget-friendly cost-of-living and its culture and history. Like many European countries, Romania uses the Bologna system of three academic cycles.

Romanian higher education institutions have the ability to set their own academic schedules, but the majority start the first week of October, and continue for 14 weeks a semester. Exams are at the end of each semester. Romania participates in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) which means that you can transfer credit easily between Romanian universities and foreign institutions.