Full-Degree Students 2017-05-23T15:23:04+00:00

First things first

If you consider becoming a FULL-DEGREE student at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, please read the METHODOLOGY for admission of international students to undergraduate and postgraduate studies beginning with the 2015-2016 academic year

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Registration for EU citizens 2017 – 2018

Previous studies/degrees recognition by CNRED is mandatory;

Registration deadlines:

  • Bachelor and Master candidates, August 4th, 2017 – interval set by CNRED for receiving application files – here;
  • PhD candidates, August 1st, 2017;

Recognition procedure at CNRED can take up to 30 days; 

Degree assessment file may be sent directly to Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași

Files submitted at a later date may not be processed in due time.
VERY IMPORTANT: Incomplete files (not complying with regulations, not specifying full contact details or lacking proof of processing fee payment) will not be taken into consideration.

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Registration for NON-EU citizens 2017 – 2018

For registration, candidates will present the passport with a Romanian visa for studies and the original documents (from the application file), certified for authentication by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country and the Embassy of Romania to the issuer country, if the previous studies were completed in countries which are not signatory of the Hague Convention. If the previous studies were completed in countries which are signatory of the Hague Convention the documents must be endorsed with the Hague Apostille.

Registration deadlines:

  • Bachelor and Master candidates: 1 September 2017
  • PhD candidates have to pass the examination organized between 12-14 September and need to obtain the Letter of Acceptance to studies before September 1st, 2017, from the Romanian Ministry of National Education (MEN).

Files submitted at a later date may not be processed in due time.
VERY IMPORTANT: Incomplete files (not complying with regulations, not specifying full contact details or lacking proof of processing fee payment) will not be taken into consideration.

Documents:

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Frequently Asked Questions

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University is located in the city of Iași, in the North-Eastern part of Romania. Founded in 1860, it is now a multi-disciplinary university ranked among the first 3 Romanian higher education and research institutions.

The academic offer of Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi includes bachelor, master and doctoral studies.

Information is available on the web site of the University at the following link: www.uaic.ro.

Yes, there are courses taught in English and in French at all levels of studies at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University.

No, it is not a disadvantage at all. Foreign students may learn the Romanian language by attending courses of Romanian language, which are organised for them by the Department of Romanian language for foreign students. For the undergraduate level of studies, the courses have a 1-year duration, and for the master and doctoral levels, the length of the Romanian language course is of 6 months.

  • If a student wants to attend courses taught in English or French, there is no need for him/her to take the Romanian language course.
  • If the student will register to courses taught in Romanian, then he/she needs to take the Romanian language course.

If a student wants to attend courses taught in English or French, it is good for him/ her to have such certificates.

Yes, you may apply for all types of scholarships which are available for the local students. The most important ones would be the Erasmus+ scholarships, which would give you the opportunity to study in any EU university for a semester or an academic year.

A student can apply by sending his/her file to the Department of International Relations of Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, first by e-mail at the following address: gabriela.bargaoanu@uaic.ro, between 1 March – 1 August for the academic year starting on October 1st.

In order to apply for Bachelor studies, among other documents, the file must contain the High School Graduation Diploma and a transcript of records; for master studies – the High School Graduation Diploma, the University Graduation Diploma and the Transcript of Records / Diploma Supplement must be submitted, and for doctoral studies – the High School Graduation Diploma, the University Graduation Diploma, the Transcript of Records / Diploma Supplement and the Master Degree should be contained in the file.

It depends on the field of study that you want to apply for. For the Undergraduate programme, the fees are between 230 EUR and 280 EUR, and for the Graduate programme, the fees are between 250 EUR and 300 EUR.

For the Undergraduate programmes, the fees are:

  • 230 EUR/ month (for 9 months each year) for Social sciences, humanities, psychology, economics and
  • 280 EUR/ month (for 9 months each year) for Technical sciences, mathematics and applied mathematics, agronomy, sport.

For the Master programmes, the fees are:

  • 250 EUR/ month (for 9 months each year) for Social sciences, humanities, psychology, economics and
  • 300 EUR/ month (for 9 months each year) for Technical sciences, mathematics and applied mathematics, agronomy, sport.

For the Doctoral programmes, the fees are:

  • 250 EUR/ month (for 12 months each year) for Social sciences, humanities, psychology, economics and
  • 300 EUR/ month (for 12 months each year) for Technical sciences, mathematics and applied mathematics, agronomy, sport.

There are no age criteria for the applicant. But the applicant should be at least a high school graduate.

At Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi you can study Social Sciences (Law, Administrative Sciences, Communication Sciences, Social Work, Sociology, Political Sciences, Business Administration, Accounting, Economics, Finances, Management, Marketing, Psychology, Education Sciences, International Relations and European Studies, Economics and International Business) as well as Humanist Sciences and Arts (Philosophy, History, Theology, Cultural Studies, Visual Arts, Language and Literature, Applied Modern Languages), Biological Sciences (Biology), Engineering Sciences (Geological Engineering, Applied Engineering Sciences), Mathematics and Natural Sciences (Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Geology, Environmental Sciences), Sports Science and Physical Education (Physical Education and Sports, Kinetic Therapy).

No, you should not apply online, but send your  application file to the Department of International Relations of Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, by e-mail, at the following address: gabriela.bargaoanu@uaic.ro

Your application should be evaluated within the Department of International Relations of Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi; each faculty committee will then analyze and accept/reject files; for the selected candidates, the Department of International Relations will request the Letter of Acceptance from the Romanian Ministry of Education and Scientific Research. The next step for admitted students, after receiving the Letter of Acceptance, is to pay the tuition fees in order to get the study visa from the Romanian Embassy in their country.

Yes, you will need to apply for a visa at the Romanian embassy/ consulate in your country. We will support your application for a visa by issuing an acceptance letter for you.

Yes, you will need  both a residence permit and a medical insurance. Fees for both of them are low and you get all the necessary support from the International Office staff when preparing your files.