Romanian Medical Postgraduate and Specialization Programs

The medical universities we work with in Romania offer postgraduate training in many areas. The courses involves much self study and clinicals, as well as the attending of medical conferences. The specialty professor usually gives students the syllabus for the year and works as a mentor for the student during clinicals. Postgraduate exams are held twice a year. Students are required to learn Romanian as all courses and clinicals are in Romanian language.

A postgraduate candidate can study the Romanian language in conjunction with the 1st year of the specialty program, so that an additional year of language study is unnecessary.

    I. Surgical speciality- duration
  • 1. General surgery 5 years
  • 2. Orthopedics and traumatology 5 years
  • 3. Cardiovascular surgery 7 years
  • 4. Neurosurgery 7 years
  • 5. E.N.T 5 years
  • 6. Ophthalmology 5 years
  • 7. Urology 5 years
  • 8. Obstetrics & gynecology 5 years
  • 9. Plastic surgery 5 years
  • 10. Thoracic surgery 5 years
  • 11. Infantile surgery 5 years
  • 12. Anesthesia and intensive therapy5 years
    II. Medical Specialities
  • 1. Internal medicine 5 years
  • 2. Cardiology 5 years
  • 3. Hematology 5 years
  • 4. Gastroenterology 5 years
  • 5. Diabetes,Nutrition and metabolic diseases 5 years
  • 6. Pneumophysiology 5 years
  • 7. Nephrology 5 years
  • 8. Allergology and Immunology 5 years
  • 9. Endocrinology 5 years
  • 10. General Oncology and Chemotherapy 5 years
  • 11. Rheumatology 5 years
  • 12. Balneology and medical recuperation 5 years
  • 13. Infectious Diseases 5 years
  • 14. Neurology 5 years
  • 15. Psychiatry 5 years
  • 16. Dermatovenerology 5 years

    III. Paediatric Specialities

  • 1. Paediatrics 5 years
  • 2. Neonatology 5 years
  • 3. Infantile neurology 5 years
  • 4. Infantile psychiatry 5 years
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