Romania | International Credentials Equivalencies

Minimum GPA
8/10
B Plus GPA
9/10
Instruction Languages
Romanian
Bachelors Equiv.
Diploma de Inginer; Diploma de Doctor; Diploma de Arhitect; Diploma de Licenta
Masters Equiv.
Diploma de Studii Aprofundate; Diploma de Doctor
First Degree Sample
Diploma de inginer, Diploma de doctor, Diploma de rhitect (architecture), Diploma de Licentat
Grading System

1-10 (10 being the highest, 5 is min. pass, but 6 is min. pass in the final examinations.)

10 (Zece) Excelent (Excellent)
9 (Noua) Excelent
8 (Opt) Bun (Good)
7 (Sapte)Bun
6 (Sase) Suficient (Sufficient)
5 (Cinci)Suficient

Recognized Universities

Academy of Economics Bucharest
Academy of Music
Bucharest Academy of Music
“Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest
Institute of Agriculture.
Institute of Architecture
Institute of Dramatic Art
Institute of Medicine & Pharmacy
Institute of Medicine Technical Institute of Timisoara
Institute of Petroleum and Gas
“Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu
National Institute of Chemistry
Technical Institute of Bucharest (or University Politechnica of Bucharest)
Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest City
Technical University of Oradea
Technical University of Petrosani
“Transilvania” University of Brasov
Univ. of Brasov
Univ. of Bucharest
Univ. of Cluj
Univ. of Craiova
Univ. of Galati
Univ. of Jassi (Iasi)
University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Timisoara
Univ. of Timosoara
West University of Timisoara

Notes for Romania

Pre-university education requires 12 years of study. The Diploma de Bacalaureat is required for admission to university level institutions. Some institutions require competitive entrance examinations.

Applicants who have completed a first degree program of five or more years in length which includes a thesis may be considered for admission to a doctoral program.

Bologna Note:

Romania joined Bologna process in 1999.

Beginning in 2005/06 academic year a Bologna compliant system is in place.

ECTS is mandatory for all universities beginning in the 2006/07 school year.

On ministerial order, beginning in 2000 a Diploma Supplement was to be issued free of charge, in English or French, upon request. Beginning in the 2005/06 academic year a Diploma Supplement must be issued to every graduate in a commonly used language.

There are many new private universities in Romania. These universities undergo an accreditation process. Consult your Student Services Officer to determine if an institution is recognized.

Last modified: June 13, 2019