A precondition for application is the recognition of the study certificates (high school) by the Romanian Ministry of Education and Scientific Research.
Please contact Mrs. Corina TODEA, within the Centre for International Cooperation, for further details: firstname.lastname@example.org.
After the recognition of the foreign degrees is issued by the Romanian Ministry of National Education, the candidate follows the same admission conditions as Romanian citizens, as detailed below:
Admission at FSPAC will take place in two stages:
First stage (eliminatory):
Admission examination based on a letter of intent, which will be submitted at the registration, noted with Accepted for the second stage/ Rejected.
- In case the candidate wants to subscribe for more than one program of FSPAC, they will have to submit a letter of intent for each of the programs.
- Only candidates who were Accepted for the second stage of the selection, based on the evaluation of the letter of intent, will pass to the next stage of admission.
- Candidates who register for an English study line will have to complete an interview in English. Only the candidates who are accepted following the test will pass to the next stage of admission.
Candidates who have passed the first stage (eliminatory) will be assigned either to subsidized through study grants seats (budgeted seats), to tax regime seats, or will appear on the waiting list or on the rejected list, based on the following criteria:
- Average grade of the baccalaureate exam;
- Grade obtained at Romanian Language and Literature – written task from the baccalaureate exam;
- For candidates who have studied Hungarian or German as mother tongue (and apply for Hungarian or German lines of study): the grade obtained at their mother tongue Language and Literature test;
- Highest grade obtained at a written test from the baccalaureate exam – other than Romanian/ mother tongue Language and Literature test;
- Second highest grade obtained at a written test from the baccalaureate exam – other than Romanian/ mother tongue Language and Literature test;
- Test-out: in exceptional situations, if based on the selection criteria previously mentioned the selection could not be made.
Non-EU citizensCandidates send their admission documents, via mail, to the Centre for International Cooperation (68, Avram Iancu St, 400083, Cluj-Napoca, Romania).Contact: Corina TodeaEmail: corina.todea@
Phone: 0040 264 429 762
The enrollment of students is based on an acceptance letter issued by the Romanian Ministry of National Education.
After the Romanian Ministry of National Education issues the letter of acceptance, each accepted candidate has to confirm that he/she accepts to enroll at Babeș-Bolyai University, by sending a written statement and the receipt attesting the payment of the tuition fee for the first academic year.