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About Romania
About Romania Romania is a country that lies in Central South Eastern Europe and is a semi-presidential republic. The Romanian people are tolerant, extremely hospitable and affable. The Romanian history is old and very rich. It was known in ancient times as Dacia. The capital of Romania is Bucharest and has over 30% of higher educational institutes.

Romanian economy is highly developed and is mostly dominated by big industry. Romania is a country that has cultural and economic relations with over one hundred and fifty countries in the world. The official language is Romanian although most Romanians speak fluent English too.

The educational standards in Romania are extremely high and Romanian universitiesare known for their excellent programs and academic excellence. The living costs in Romania are also much lower than other European countries. There are many information sources about study opportunities in Romania.Study in Romania offers the students a very unique and diverse cultural experience. A degree from Romania goes a long way in securing a great job as Romanian universities are rigorous in their education and research is encouraged.

Romania is a country that has many things to offer to its residents. Studying in Romania is a great way to indulge in the multicultural society of the country.


Why study in Romania?

Romanian education can help students gain a brighter future. Romania is the ideal place to study and there are several reasons for it -

High Academic Standards
Romania has always been known as the center of excellence in teaching, learning and practice. Romanian universities have partnered with many top universities from across the globe in order to provide best study and research opportunities to their students.

EU/EEA Accredited
Romania is a member of the EU/EEA. There is a European Credit Transfer and Accumulation system (ECTS) in Romania that ensures that students can easily study further or get transferred to some other country or institute within the European Union.

Reasonable Tuition Fee
The tuition fee in Romanian universities is very reasonable and is one of the lowest in Europe. Along with high academic standards, this is one of the major reasons by students prefer Romania for higher education.

Affordable Living Rates
The living cost of Romania is the cheapest all over the European Union. Finding a place to stay is extremely easy as room and apartments are available on rent. Accommodation by universities is also provided.

Great University Programs
There are over seventy state and private universities sin Romania. A host of programs is offered by these universities. There are many degree and course choices for students who choose to pursue higher education in Romania. There are many leading research universities and study and research in Romania is a major concern.

Excellent Career Opportunities
A degree from Romania is recognized world over and will help you gain a lucrative job. As practical education is a main focus in Romania, students who pursue higher education here have better employment prospects.

Romanian education can help you get a bright future and secure an awesome job. Moreover, you will enjoy your stay and take back happy memories with you.


Documents Required:

  1. In the case of students
    • Proof of acceptance at studies from the Ministry of Education, Research and Youth, stating that the third-country national will attend a day-course learning programme.
    • Proof of payment of the tuition fee for at least one year of studies.
    • Proof of financial means at the level of the national minimum net salary for the entire period specified on the visa.
    • The applicant’s criminal record, or any other document with the same legal value, issued by the authorities in the state of domicile or residence, bearing an apostle or extra-legalisation, as the case may be.
    • Medical insurance for the validity period of the visa.
    • Approval on behalf of the parents or of the foster parents regarding the stay on the Romanian territory for studies, if the third-country national is underage.
  2. In the case of third-country nationals attending a pupil exchange programme:
    • Proof of acceptance at studies from the Ministry of Education, Research and Youth, stating that the third-country national will attend a day-course learning programme.
    • Proof of attending a pupil exchange programme, conducted by an organisation set up according to national laws and acknowledged for such purpose.
    • Proof from the organisation arranging the pupil exchange, attesting that it will provide the financial support and any potential costs related to repatriation.
    • Medical insurance for the validity period of the visa.
    • Proof of the accommodation with a family selected by the organisation arranging the pupil exchange and which holds a dwelling place deemed as appropriate for a family in Romania.
    • Approval of the parents or foster parents as to the stay on the Romanian territory for studies, if the third-country national is underage.
  3. Third-country nationals attending a pupil exchange programme must be aged between 7 and 19 years.
  4. Third-country nationals who benefit from a scholarship granted by the Romanian State are not required to submit the proof of payment of the tuition fee or the proof of financial means.
  5. Third-country nationals of Romanian origin are not required to submit the proof of financial means.
  6. The visa for studies is also granted to the third-country nationals accepted for studies on the grounds of international documents to which Romania is party.

The German Embassy reserves the right to ask for additional documents!
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Important information

  1. Student has to show the confirmation of fee receipt, after the payment of tuition fees.
  2. But in case there is a less fee & that student has to pay after arrival in Romania, then in that case student has to show Saving Account statement showing the sufficient balance that student is able to pay his tuition fees.
  3. Also student has to show the income proof of his earning family member like parents, & it should include salary account statement or salary slips, etc. – (It is required as embassy ask from where you will going to bear your next year living expenses so student can show this that his family is earning this much that they can support him for further studies & for further living)
  4. Sponsorship letter is also required from parents.
  5. Any third party can also sponsor so, in that case income proof of third party, sponsorship letter from third party & relationship proof will be required.

Embassy of Romania in New Delhi

  1. D 6/6, Vasant Marg, Vansant Vihar, New Delhi - 110057
  2. Tel: +91-11-6140447 / +91-11-6140700
    Fax: +91-11-6140611
  3. Emails :-, ,
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  1. Romania Official website
    Website :-
  2. Romania Consulate
    Website :-

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Do I need a life and a health insurance?
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