Romania has a unique history when it comes to engineering, medical, and literature majors. As a matter of fact, Romania is revered for its literature programs that offer insight into the cultural history of Romania and Russian scholars. Students will routinely should explore the Romania landscape and the beautiful cities.
We will discuss what the tuition cost may be along with what type of budget to calculate towards.
Universities in Romania:
- University of Bucharest
- Babes-Bolyai University
- West University of Timișoara
- POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest
- Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies
- Alexandru Ioan Cuza University
- Romanian-American University
- Transilvania University of Brasov
- Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
- Iuliu Hațieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy
- Politehnica University of Timișoara
- Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy
- University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest
- University of Galati
- Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest
- Banat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine
- Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu
- Ștefan cel Mare University of Suceava
- University of Bacău
- Titu Maiorescu University
- Grigore T. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy
- University of Craiova
- Ovidius University
- University of Oradea
- National University of Political Studies and Public Administration
- Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti
- Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism
- Spiru Haret University
- Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University
- University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Cluj-Napoca
This is not complete list of all the Romanian universities in the country. There are many more to choose from and students should look through each university institution to see if they cater to the field study they wish to pursue.
Student Cost of Living
A single student should budget for an average of $520 for bills, necessities, and transportation needs. However, that amount does not include rent. Rent in Romania can go for 300 – 500 RON. So essentially students should budget from anywhere to $800 – $1,000 USD. $1,000 USD would be extremely comfortable living and would allow for the student to save excess money that could be used towards tuition or something else.
It is quite affordable to live in Romania as a single student who has a low tuition cost.
Cost of Tuition
Traditionally, engineering and medical degrees will have the higher tuition costs. However, with other majors’ tuition costs can run from the lower end such as 600 RON to 2000 RON. But for the more costly majors like medical, tuition will be as high as 5000 RON.
Students will need to learn to currency convert, to understand the cost difference and if it can fit into their budget planning.
Also, the universities in Romania have many international student scholarships available for any student to apply towards when they are accepted into a Romanian university.
Languages Spoken in Romania
What languages are spoken in Romania and what is the main dialect? The official language is Romanian where around 24 million of the population speak this dialect. Other languages heard throughout the country are German, Hungarian, Romani, Ukrainian, Greek, Russian, Turkish, Tatar, Serbian, Slovak, Bulgarian, Croatian, and English.
Students that decide to study in Romania, should learn the Romanian language before arriving at their university. Not only will this help the student to navigate but the Romanian language has a luxurious and lavish history.
Many scholarships had funded when an international student has been studying abroad the Romanian language. There is a fully funded scholarship available from the Romanian government that is open to international students who show a fascination and fluency with the language.