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Entry Requirements

UMF BUCUREȘTI

  • Documents Registration

    UMF București

  1. Annexes 1 and 2 (to be filled in an electronic form, dated and signed);
  2. An internationally recognized language competency certificate, minimum B2 level, not older than 2 years, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages certificate  (ANNEX 3); 
  3. The application form for the recognition of the studies completed abroad (EU countries – ANNEX 4) filled in capital letters for all the boxes; / The application form for requesting the Letter of Acceptance (non-EU countries – ANNEX 5) filled in capital letters for all the boxes;
  4. The High school diploma (valid in Romania) – certified translation into Romanian – CHECK THE LIST OF DIPLOMAS THAT ARE VALID IN ROMANIA (ANNEX 7)
  5. The Grade Record (school transcript with grades) – certified translation into Romanian (the subjects Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Physics-Chemistry, Life Sciences, Mathematics to be specified in the school transcript);
  6. The candidates who have passed the Baccalaureate examination in the sessions corresponding to the academic year 2020-2021 may submit, instead of the Baccalaureate diploma, a certificate issued by the high school, obligatorily specifying the grade point average of the Baccalaureate examination, the grade point averages obtained during the years of study, the validity term of the certificate and the fact that the Baccalaureate diploma has not been issued – copy and certified translation into Romanian;
  7. The Birth certificate – certified translation into Romanian;
  8. The documents certifying the permanent residence abroad / I.D. (non-EU countries) – (certificate from the City Hall or the Prefect’s office of the city of residence – translation into Romanian; – only for non-EU countries
  9. A health certificate stating that the candidate to be accepted to studies does not have any contagious diseases or any other diseases incompatible with the medical profession – certified translation into Romanian;
  10. The Passport / identity document – copy (for EU/EEA/CH citizens) ; The passport with a validity of minimum six months at the time of the file submission – copy (for non-EU citizens);
  11. The receipt for the non-refundable file processing fee of RON 1,000.
  12. 4 recent photos;
  13. Other documents, if necessary: – e.g. Pruebas de Aptitud para el Acceso a la Universidad, calificación Apto from Spain; Panellinies Exetaseis – certificate for the national exams for general high school in Greece; Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or ACT in the USA, etc. – copy and certified translation into Romanian, except for the study documents in English, French, Spanish and Italian – only for EU countries
  14. The receipt for the file evaluation fee – RON 50 – copy for the Ministry of National Education – only for EU countries.

The file with the original documents must also contain:

  • a declaration of the candidate (affidavit) stating that he/she complied with the isolation/quarantine regime and he/she had no close contact with a person confirmed with SARS-COV 2 in the last 14 days;
  • a health certificate showing the current condition of the holder and any possible personal history related to the chronic diseases and SARS-COV 2, in Romanian language.
  • Entry Eligibility

    UMF București

The Romanian citizens, the citizens from the E.U. countries, the European Economic Area (E.E.A.) and the Swiss Confederation and the foreign citizens from the non-E.U. countries may apply for the entrance examination on a file based competition (by assessment of the school performances and personal achievements).

The minimum condition to apply for the Bachelor’s degree studies is the graduation of an accredited high school in the country of origin and whose awarded diploma should grant access to academic studies in the respective country and should be recognized by the Ministry of Education and Research (MEC) in Romania.

  • English Language

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The linguistic competency of the candidates must be proved by the presence of supporting documents in the file, according to the following condition:

  • by submitting an internationally recognized language proficiency certificate (not older than 2 years). The certificate must provide an explicit indication of the level of language (minimum B2 level, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) – ANNEX 3. The citizens who have completed high school studied in an educational institution where the language of instruction is English are exempted from presenting the language competency certificate.
  • Tuition Fee

    UMF București

The tuition fee applicable to the newly enrolled candidates, through the assessment of their personal files, in the academic year 2020/2021 is the equivalent value in RON of € 6,000 /year for the EU/EEA/CH citizens and € 6,000 /year for Non-EU citizens.

For EU/EEA/CH citizens: The tuition fees, for the students enrolled in the academic year 2020/2021, may also be paid in three installments (50% – on enrollment – non-refundable amount; 25% – on the 15th of January of every academic year – non-refundable amount; 25% – on the 15th of April of every academic year – non-refundable amount).

The failure to pay the tuition fees, according to the methodology, throughout the duration of the studies, shall lead to the suspension of the quality of a student. A fee of RON 300 will be charged for regaining the quality of a student.

For Non-EU citizens: The tuition fee for the students enrolled in the academic year 2020/2021 shall be paid in full and is a non-refundable fee.

The failure to pay the tuition fees, according to the methodology, throughout the duration of the studies, shall lead to the suspension of the quality of a student. A fee of RON 300 will be charged for regaining the quality of a student.

  • Special Provisions

    UMF București

Considering the current situation determined by the spread of the new coronavirus at national and global level, regarding the admission for the undergraduate program, for the academic year 2020/2021, according to the legislation in force, Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy has decided that the candidate’s file for the undergraduate program shall be uploaded on-line on the platform; the file with the original documents shall be submitted in person, upon registration, 01.09.2020-30.09.2020.

For the English teaching study programme, the candidates are admitted on a file based competition (by assessment of the school performances and personal achievements).

Throughout the period of the studies, the teaching activities (lectures) shall be delivered in English. Due to the need to communicate with the patients, the clinical rotations shall be conducted in Romanian, during all the years of study.

The candidate shall access the U.M.F. “Carol Davila” Bucharest platform at http://inscrierestudentistraini.umfcd.ro and shall upload all the documents mentioned hereinbelow (check the own selection criteria set by the university and fill in the table with the required information – ANNEX 6).

The Office for Foreign Students will check whether the file contains all the specified documents. If the file is complete, you shall receive an electronic message requesting the hard copy file. If the file is incomplete, you shall receive a message for correction, following which you shall add the missing documents.

Once the file has been validated, the application file shall be sent by mail or delivered personally IN 2 COPIES. The University assumes no responsibility for the efficiency of the postal agent.

The files submitted at the Office for Foreign Students or sent by mail shall be checked in order to correspond with all the documents uploaded on the platform and submitted in hard copy.

The assessment committee, appointed by a Decision of the Board of Directors, shall assess the files according to general selection criteria of the university by awarding a score in accordance with the assessment Grid.

If the surname and forename of the candidate on the Baccalaureate diploma are not identical to the surname and forename appearing on his / her Birth certificate or passport, the candidate is required to submit a certified explanatory note.

Any inconsistency between the official data of the candidate and those submitted in the on-line registration platform leads to the dismissal of the candidate.

The fees in Euro will be calculated according to the official exchange rate RON – EURO of the National Bank of Romania on the day of the bank transfer.

Important: The IBAN code, the name of the holder of the study documents and the employer’s name requesting the recognition (if applicable) must be written on the payment order or postal order issued!

VERY IMPORTANT: On the proof of payment must be mentioned the name of the student, as she/he is signing the contract.

The above mentioned specifications are valid for the candidates who shall enroll in the first year – 2020/2021 and are in accordance with the Law of National Education no.1/2011 (with the subsequent amendments and additions), the Orders and Regulations of the Ministry of Education and Research and the decisions of the Senate of the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Carol Davila, Bucharest.

In the event that other legislative changes occurs, the Senate of the University will decide accordingly and the respective decision will be posted on the university’s website (http://umfcd.ro), on the registration platform (http://inscrierestudentistraini.umfcd.ro) and on the notice boards.

  • Place Confirmation

    UMF București

The candidates admitted will have to confirm their enrollment decision, by proof of the payment of the tuition fee and signing the enrollment contract between 08.09.2020 – 09.10.2020, directly at the Office for Foreign Students.

  • Provisional Enrollment

    UMF București

The enrollment is conditional upon:

– submitting, in the original, the high school diploma (or a notary statement, in Romanian, specifying the date when the high school diploma in the original is to be submitted) and the certificate of linguistic competency;

– fulfilling the legal conditions for enrollment, including the recognition and equivalence of the high school studies by the ministry in charge;

– signing the study contract and paying the financial obligations.

 The enrollment to these studies is subject to the observance of the legal provisions regarding the necessary minimum criteria for attending academic studies, as well as of the legislative provisions concerning the residence in Romania during the studies.

Applicants

EU & NON-EU

  • EU Applicants

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The candidate is declared eligible when the file is complete. The incomplete files are processed but are not eligible for assessment. The Office for Foreign Students shall send the documents to the Ministry of National Education to request the issue of the Certificate of recognition of studies. If your file is complete and you are declared eligible, the National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas shall issue a CERTIFICATE entitling you to pursue academic studies in Romania.

The enrollment in the study programmes of the university depends on the recognition of the studies by the National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas. The non-recognition by the National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas of your studies denies your enrollment.

Following the assessment of the files, the hierarchy of the candidates will be drawn up, the provisional lists with the potentially admitted candidates will be posted on the university website (www.umfcd.ro). The selection results cannot be appealed. By selecting your file, the university assumes no obligation as to your actual enrollment to studies.

For the countries which are signatory parties of the Hague Apostille Convention, the study documents subject to equivalence/recognition must bear the Hague Apostille applied by the competent authorities of the issuing countries; the study documents from Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal and Cyprus shall bear the Hague Convention Apostille, the other EU member countries being exempted.

The EU citizens do not need a student visa in Romania. They have to notify their residence on the Romanian territory to the General Inspectorate for Immigration – 29, Nicolae Iorga Street, Bucharest. The Office for Foreign Students will advise foreign students in this regard.

  • NON - EU Applicants

    UMF București

The Office for Foreign Students shall send to the Ministry of National Education – the General Department of International Relations and European Affairs (GDIREA) the list of the selected candidates for the issuance of the Letter of Acceptance to studies.

The enrollment in the study programmes of the university is conditional upon receiving the Letter of Acceptance to studies. Failure to receive the Letter of Acceptance denies your enrollment.

Following the assessment of the files, the hierarchy of the candidates will be drawn up, the provisional lists with the potentially admitted candidates will be posted on the university website (www.umfcd.ro). The selection results cannot be appealed. By selecting your file, the university assumes no obligation as to your actual enrollment to studies.

The candidates from the non-E.U. countries require a student visa, issued by the Romanian Embassy from the country of origin. The visa shall be issued based on the Letter of Acceptance to Studies, issued by the General Department of International Relations and European Affairs of the Ministry of National Education in Romania and on the payment in full of the tuition fee.

For the countries which ARE NOT signatory parties to the Hague Apostille Convention, the study documents shall be authenticated or accompanied by the Certificate of Authenticity issued by the competent authorities of the country of origin;

The authentication shall be applied by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country and the Embassy/Consular Office of Romania in the respective country or by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country and its Embassy/Consular Office in Romania and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania; for the countries where there are no diplomatic missions of Romania or that do not have diplomatic missions in Romania, the study documents shall have a certification issued by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country.

The exemption from authentication is allowed according to the law, as stated by an international treaty to which Romania is a party based on reciprocity.

The translations made in Greece shall be certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Greece.

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