Is there a guarantee of admission to a medical university in Romania?

No student is guaranteed admission in Romania. Final year high school results in biology and chemistry were usually the main admission criteria. Of late however, other factors are being taken into consideration. We nevertheless expertly prepare all our students´s application files ensuring that every tiny detail required and documents are in the files before we hand deliver to the universities. Our success rate as a result is over 90% since 2001.

There is also another option. Should an application in Romania be unsuccessful then a university in Bulgaria will guarantee admission to an EU student who has 62% high school …

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What is the medical degree received in Romania? MD or MBBS or MBChB?

In Romania the qualification is MD or Docotor de Medicina. This is the same title given to graduates of western medical schools. Tecnically speaking, only those with the MD qualification have the right to prefix their names with the title of Dr. MD graduates write a thesis at the end of the studies and the award of the title is given only if the thesis is approved.

MBBS signifies Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery. It is the title most often given in Commonwealth nations. Another name for it is MBChB. The abbreviation comes from the Latin: Medicinae Baccalaureus et Baccalaureus …

How can I be sure that this is a legitimate company providing a legitimate service and its not just a scam?

Thank you for being so straight forward and asking this important question. Lets see if we can address your concerns…

Med Student Advisors belongs to the Khanyi group of companies and trades under the name of Med Student Advisors. Khanyi Media is a registered corporation in the state of Delaware (File #3839662). Med Student Advisors has been in business since 2001 and we have established a solid reputation in a somewhat challenging industry sector. We have worked hard to get where we are today and will not do anything to tarnish the reputation of our company.

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How much does it cost a foreign student to live in Romania?

On average, an international student can budget between €350 – 500 per month for all living expenses, including rent, food, transport and spending. We advise our clients to budget for €500 per month and save anything that remains. It’s far better to have a surplus at the end of the month.

Make sure your funding source is solid before going overseas to study. At the same time, even if you go abroad to study and have to return home after x years of study because of financial issues, you would be returning home a better person. Going abroad to study …

What are the entrance requirements for Romanian Medical Universities?

While this depends on which university you’re applying to, at the bare minimum in 2020 all applicants are required to have a highschool higher grade pass with some science subjects in order to apply.

In the past only Bucharest Medical University Carol Davilla had an entrance exam. Since the 2007 surge in the number of applicants to Romanian Medical Schools, most of the universities have some form of evaluation criteria in the event of there being more applications to the medical faculty than there are seats available, which has been the case every year. From the January 2020, at the …

Are the qualifications received at Romanian Medical Schools internationally recognised?

The universities we work with in Romania are all registered with the Ministries of Health and Education in Romania. They are listed on the WHO directory of international medical schools and are on the ECFMG/FAIMER database ( ). Romania has the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ARACIS), which is an independent organisation responsible for evaluating all Romanian universities. All the universities we work with have ARACIS approval and listing.

Yes, the Romanian universities we work with are recognised and accredited internationally.

See MD in Romania for a more indepth look at this question and here …

What would be the advantage of applying via MSA to a Romanian Medical School?

Ha! Glad you asked 🙂 Here’s a quick summary…

  • we physically handle your application. You send the documents to us and we submit them for you.
  • we carefully prepare your application to precisely meet all requirements
  • we have been working in Romania since 2001 and have an indepth knowledge of the system
  • we saved 100s of students from certain failure (and sudden death 😀 ) by correcting common mistakes in application files
  • we are experienced at working with clients from all nationalities and cultures. We speak international man 😉
  • we have a physical presence in Romania, as in for real.

What are the student visa requirements for Romania?

Citizens arriving from the EU countries, the European Economic Area (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway), as well as from Canada, Croatia, Japan, Moldavia, South Korea, Switzerland, USA and Yugoslavia are exempt from visa requirements. As a student coming from one of these countries, you can enter the Romanian territory only with a simple customs stamp and you can reside here for up to 90 days.

After this period, your residence permit is to be extended by the Romanian Ministry of Internal Affairs, for periods that shall not exceed one year. This can be done within Romania.

All other nationals are required …

Are there part-time jobs available in Romania for foreign students?

Foreign students may find part-time jobs somewhat challenging to come by. However Romania has good Internet connectivity and one may use the Internet to look for online jobs as a part time alternate source of income.

Please make sure that you do not come to Romania with expectations of financing your study expanses by working part time. Although not impossible, it may be challenging for one to find a well paid part time job in Romania that will sufficiently subsidize their living expenses and tuition costs.

That being said, lets also understand that anything is possible! Who says that you …

Will there be an increase in tuition fees for Romanian Universities?

The fees at all state funded Romanian medical universities was $3600 USD in 2001 when we first started marketing Romania. After 2007 and Romania’s EU membership status, the fees have increased. Now medical university fees in Romania are between €3200 and €6000 per annum.

The university fees have remained the same since 2008. That’s ten years that the tuition fees have remain unchanged. It’s difficult to say when the fees will increase, but we don’t anticipate a change in fees for the next 2-3 years.

Remember that Romanian university fees are one of the lowest tuition amongst all the EU …

I am a student from the U.K/European Union Member country. Will I require a visa to gain entry into Romania?

Since Romania’s ascension into the E.U. UK and all other E.U. member country passport holders are no longer required to apply for a student visa and are allowed entry into Romania without a visa.

However, students are requested to contact their Romanian embassy or consulate to find out about any changes and confirm the procedure for their country. E.U member state students have to apply for the temporary residency permit, however the application and processing is much simpler than non E.U students.

E.U member state applicants may enter Romania for a maximum of 3 months without a visa, after which …