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Studies in IasiStudents not only from Europe can study in Romania.

One of the European countries of the Balkans, which has long been a constant selection of Greek and foreign students for studies is Romania. About 900 Greek students are studying right this moment in Romania, mainly in schools of health sciences such as Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy.

Romania joined the European Union in 2007and this fact has simplified the procedures for moving and staying in Romania and has helped to consider Romania as a perfect place for studies for many Greek families. It should be noted that Romania is chosen for studies by many people from Europe, Asia, America and Australia as well.

The Republic of Romania at ​​238,000 km ² has a population which exceeds 21 million inhabitants. The official currency is the “leu”, while its regime is based on a semi presidential system. The Parliament consists of two chambers, the Senat ( Senate ) , with 140 members , and the Camera Deputaţilor ( House of Representatives ) , with 345 members . Having just joined the EU in 2007, Romania and Bulgaria are the newest members. It is a country of southeastern Europe, the northern part is mountainous, while the south is dominated by the vast valley of the Danube. Bucharest is the capital and some major cities are Constanta, Brasov and Iasi, which has been anointed the European Capital of Culture for 2007, Timisoara and Craiova. 90 % of the population are Romanians and 7% Hungarians. The Romanian language is Latin-based, which makes the country differ from its Slavic-speaking neighbors. Romania has considerable natural resources – oil, natural gas, coal , iron , copper and bauxite . The main industries are metallurgy, petrochemicals and machinery products. The country has become widely known due to the legend of Dracula, based on Vlad Count Dracula (15th century) , whose son had the reputation of killing by impalement his captured enemies during the war. Finally, among the famous Romanians are the writer Eugene Ionesco , the gymnast Nadia Comaneci and the composer George Enescu .


One of the top choices of students who dream of medical studies is Romania. This is no coincidence, as the long history of the country in the field of medicine and the number of medical achievements of Romanian scientists, put Romania very high in the preferences of potential students.

The entry of the country into the European Union in 2007 made the students’ choice even easier. Furthermore, in January 2011, the Romanian Parliament voted a new law that imposes “strict quality control on universities and introduces strict rules for the assessment of funding and peer review.” The country has joined or is about to join several major international organizations such as CERN and the European Space Agency. These procedures add prestige and credibility to the Universities of the country.

Medical science has to thank Romania for its progress as well. Several scientists who gave impetus to the medical discoveries and researches were Romanians and had studied Romanian Universities.

Victor Babes was a Romanian physician, biologist, and one of the earliest bacteriologists. His contribution to the studies of rabies, leprosy, diphtheria, tuberculosis and other infectious diseases was early and very important. Moreover, he discovered more than 50 species of bacteria and a cure for a disease named after him, babesiosis (piroplasmosis).

Another very important Romanian scientist was Ioan C. Cantacuzino, whose discoveries were useful for the treatment of cholera, epidemic typhus, tuberculosis and scarlet fever.

The biologist Nicolae Paulescu discovered insulin. Another biologist, Emil Palade, received the Nobel Prize for his contributions to cell biology.

The top universities to study medicine in Romania are:


In 2007, Romania joined the European Union. This fact gave the opportunity to prospective students from around the world to choose the Universities of Romania for their studies. Students whose dream was to study dentistry began to flock to the great institutions of higher education of the country to obtain their degree, under the aegis of the highly qualified teaching staff of Romania.

The high cognitive level professors and scientists who component the teaching staff of the universities in Romania is one of the reasons why the country has emerged in recent years as a premiere destination for dental patients, and attracts patients from the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, France, Denmark, etc.

If the myth of Dracula appeals to several visitors of Romania, there are also those who come to visit the country of the famous vampire for completely different reasons – to undergo dental procedures with excellent results. The Romanian cities are dotted with modern clinics where complex dental procedures take place with the same standards as in Western Europe.

In addition, as a member of the European community, Romania is part of an exchange program, which allows future doctors to benefit from a few months or even a year or two years of training at universities in Western Europe.

Dentistry in Romania has a very strong foundation and has gotten very good reviews from researchers around the world and is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years.

The top universities to study dentistry in Romania are:


Romania is a country which recently joined the European Union, and this fact makes this country even more competitive on students’ minds when it comes for them to decide about the country of their studies.

After the annexation of Romania to the European Union, many students from all over the world choose this country for their studies, as Romania has so far come a long way in the field of university education. The well-equipped Universities and the recognition of their degrees make the selection even easier for the students.

The Faculties of Pharmacy in Romania are among the best in Europe, according to the evaluation lists of European Universities. The teaching staff of these institutions is characterized by a high level of possession of the subject and has progressed on a plethora of research publications in leading scientific journals.

The knowledge offered by the Universities of Romania assists graduates in their future professional development and gives them the solid foundation needed to achieve the future they have dreamt of.

Treatments for many diseases owe their discovery to Romanian scientists like Carol Davila, who discovered the cure for cholera. Moreover, in 1916 Nicolae Paulescu, a Romanian professor of the University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest, developed an aqueous extract of the pancreas which, when injected into a diabetic dog, had a normalizing effect on blood sugar levels. This experiment led to the discovery of insulin.

The top universities to study Pharmacy in Romania are:


The University Ion Ionescu De La Brad in Iasi offers studies in Veterinary Medicine, Agriculture, Floriculture and Livestock.

The University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine “Ion Ionescu De La Brad” in Iasi, is a specialized institution of higher agronomic and veterinary medical education, funded by the state and its basic mission is the graduates to have adequate education and training in agricultural and veterinary medicine.

The university is recognized by several European universities and is a member of many organizations such as:

  • EUA (European University Association)
  • AUF (Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie)
  • ICA – Association for European Life Science Universities
  • CASEE (The European Consortium of Life Science Universities from Central and South Eastern Europe)
  • EAEVE (The European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education)
  • IAESTE Romania (The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience) – founding member
  • RIFEFF (Réseau International Francophone des Etablissements de Formation de Formateurs)

159 people are working in the campus and they are the university teaching staff and the total number of students is at 4200.

Veterinary: 6 years schooling

Agriculture, Floriculture, Livestock: 4 years of study

The School of Veterinary Medicine was founded in Iasi in 1961. In 1974 it was joined with the Department of Livestock, and they were the Department of Veterinary and Livestock until 1986, when, the departments were reorganized and were housed in the Faculty of Agriculture and thus they all became parts of the Faculty of Veterinary Science.

In 1990, the institution was renamed Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, with a new structure, suitable for modern educational principles of veterinary medicine. At 50 years of existence, about 3000 veterinarians have been trained and graduated from the Veterinary School and have spread throughout the world.

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Recognised Universities

Since Romania joined the European Union graduates can follow the instructions of the European Union 2005/36/EK on mutual recognition of professional qualifications for the citizens of the 27 EU Member States. No acknowledgment of DOATAP to exercise one’s profession of doctor or pharmacist is required. DOATAP is required for those who choose studies in a country that does not belong to the EU.

Best Universities in Romania

Study in EuropeIt is important for those who are interested in studying in Romania to seek the classification each University has, to have a first insight into the level of their studies. According to the evaluation of webofmetrics, one can find out that there are very good universities in Romania, such as the University of Bucharest, which is the 490th position in the world rankings and is lower than barely four Greek Universities. Also the University of Al.Ioan Cuza in Iasi, is located in the 789th position and is ranked higher than the University of Ioannina (7th in Greece).

Study Languages

In Romanian Universities there are courses in English and French as long as there is a test or the appropriate diploma to prove language skills or language proficiency. There also are, of course, the Romanian- sections in which the introduction can also be done with the appropriate exams.

Tuition Cost

Another fact that is really important when choosing a school is the tuition fees. The amount that has to be paid by each candidate depends on the chosen department of studies and of course whether the section will be English, French or Romanian. Tuition for Medical studies are approximately 5000 euro (Bucharest, Cluj, Iasi). It should be emphasized that the fees vary from school to school and from university to university. For example, if one wishes to study finances or law, the cost is around 700-1200 euros.

Cost of Living

Rents in Bucharest may start at 400 euros. In other provincial cities, however, (Iasi, Cluj) rents are lower (200-300 euro) and in case of cohabitation, the cost is reduced even further. Life in Bucharest is considered relatively expensive (400-500 euro monthly costs) compared to other Romanian cities where the cost of living is relatively low (200-300 per month).