EU students

Admission requirements for EU students

EU citizens who are interested in attending a BA, MA or Doctoral study program at SNSPA follow the same admission procedures as Romanian candidates.

The application procedure step by step:

Choose your faculty and find information about the admission period, specialisations offered by the faculty, bibliography and thematic.

Admission criteria:

The citizens from EU countries candidate for admission in the Romanian educational system under the same conditions as the Romanian citizens and they are subject to the same tuition fees as the Romanian students.

 

For the admission to undergraduate studies:

Written test.

For the admission to master studies:

Candidates must submit a motivation letter, which will be the basis for the admission interview.

Language requirements:

The admission examination can be organized in the Romanian language, in a national minority language or in a widespread international language (English), according to the language in which the certain educational program is accredited to function.

When and how to apply:
All applicants must submit their application in July. The Admission Calendar is different for each faculty.  Please check our website: snspa.ro
Necessary educational documents for EU students, when applying in Romania:

  • Baccalaureate diploma or equivalent, for the admission to undergraduate studies;
  • University diploma or equivalent, for the admission to master studies;
  • Master diploma or equivalent, for the admission to Ph.D. programs.

Funding:

EU citizens are eligible for full coverage of the costs of their education by the Romanian state, should they qualify for one of the state-subsidized study places. This requires having a dossier ranked above the state-funding threshold when measured against other applicants.
A candidate declared admitted can benefit from state funding only once for each of the three cycles of higher education. Students who are not eligible for state funding will have to pay a tuition fee which normally ranges from 600 to 900 Euros per academic year. They are, however, eligible to receive state funding (which amounts to a full fee waiver) based on academic merit, social situation or other criteria as determined by institutional policy.

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