Scholarships offered to foreign citizens by the Romanian state, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the GD 288/1993 (2011-2012 academic year)
Number of scholarships : 85 scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Romania, through the selection of files organized on the basis of regulations by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) and Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MECI).
Conditions for qualification : citizens from non-EU countries (whatever their country of residence). Precedence EU citizens from third countries with which Romania has executed documents to cultural cooperation. Note that for citizens of the Republic of Moldova shall apply to other scholarship programs.
Scholarships are granted for three levels of study :a) License : This program is intended for high school graduates or equivalent pre-university systems, as well as candidates seeking the recognition of partial studies and the continuation of their studies in Romania. The complete cycle for a period of 3-6 years, depending on the chosen faculty and ends with an examination of the license.b) Degree : This program is aimed at university graduates / post, it lasts for 1,5 to 2 years and ends with a dissertation.c) Ph.D. : This program is aimed at graduates of university / graduate – masters program is conducted over a period of 3-4 years, depending on the chosen faculty and ends with the support of a thesis.
Priority areas : will be promoted, with priority applications of candidates wishing to study political science and administration, science education, Romanian culture and civilization, journalism, technical studies, oil and gas, agricultural sciences, veterinary medicine, architecture and arts. Requests targeting other areas will not be rejected.
Language of study : To promote Romanian language and culture among foreigners, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports has decided that recipients of scholarships awarded by the Romanian state to study Romanian language only. For candidates who do not speak Romanian, it is granted a preparatory year for the study of Romanian.
Deadline: 15 April 2011