"Dunărea de Jos" University of Galati

Admission requirements
 
Before coming to Romania non EU students should have their documents endorsed by the Romanian Embassies in their own countries and then they should obtain a valid study visa in Romania.
Non-EU students following undergraduate studies (Bachelor level) are enrolled based on a selection of their applications files and once admitted they shall pay tuition fees as detailed in the Fees table. When applying for arts or sports, international students are required to present their portfolio.
 
Non EU students applying for Bachelor studies
 
Documents requested
 
a) application form (see Annex 2A);
b) certified translation of the Baccalaureate (high school) Diploma, in Romanian, confirming that the documents submitted by the non-UE applicant give  him/her access, in his/her own country, to the same level of study as that requested in Romania;
c) certified translation of the high school grades transcripts ;
d) copy of the birth certificate and certified translation;
e) copy of the passport;
f) health certificate in an international language attesting that the applicant does not suffer from contagious/chronic diseases.
 
Application procedure
 
Applicants shall submit their documents as detailed above directly to the University, which shall express its written consent and send them further to the Romanian Ministry of Education and the Scientific Research to release a Letter of Acceptance.
Deadline: August 30th
Enrolment is compliance with the schedule provided by the university.
 
Upon enrolment, non EU students should have their documents endorsed (or certified, as appropriate) by the Romanian Embassies in their own countries, the Letter of acceptance and the passport bearing a valid study visa in Romania
 
Non EU students applying for Masters Studies
 
Master studies take 1 to 2 years to complete and a Master degree is obtained upon completion of that period and presentation of a public dissertation.
 
Documents requested
 
a) application form (Annex A);
b) certified translation of the Baccalaureate Diploma or equivalent;
c) certified translation of the  Bachelor degree entitling the applicant to attend master courses;
d) certified translation of the  grades transcripts related to the above diplomas;
e) copy of the birth certificate and certified translation;
f) copy of the passport;
g) health certificate in an international language attesting that the applicant does not suffer from contagious/chronic diseases.
 
Non EU students applying for PhD studies
 
Applicants for a PhD may prove they have a master degree or equivalent- i.e. bachelor degree for the long-term study graduates from the period prior to Bologna cycles. PhD programs are only full time and take 3 to 4 years to complete. They end up in a public lecture of the doctoral thesis.
 
Documents requested
a) application form (Annex 2 on www.ugal.ro) in two copies;
b) certified translation and a copy of the Baccalaureate Diploma or equivalent;
c) certified translation and a copy of the  Bachelor degree entitling the applicant to attend master courses;
d) certified translation and a copy of the  grades transcripts related to the above diplomas;
e) certificate issued by competent authorities  confirming that the documents submitted grants the  applicant, in the issuing country , access to the same level of study as that applied for  in Romania;
f) copy of the birth certificate and certified translation;
g) copy of the passport;
h) health certificate in an international language attesting that the applicant does not suffer from contagious/chronic diseases.
 
Application procedure

Applicants shall submit their documents as detailed above directly to the University, which further sends them to the Ministry of Education for the Letter of Acceptance. Enrolment is in compliance with the schedule provided by the faculty/university.
 
Deadline
The application file must be sent before August 25.
 
PhD areas of study
Industrial engineering
Food Technology
Biotechnology
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical engineering
Systems engineering
Computer science and IT
Materials engineering
Economics
Management
Philology
History