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Romanian Graduate Programs
Throughout the past few years, the numbers of students attending graduate school in Romanian has risen drastically. Unfortunately, the programs offered to these students by Romanian universities are lacking. While students who want to study mathematics and science may be able to find a top Romanian university to study at, other students who wish to study different subjects are looking elsewhere.
Many Romanian university graduates look for graduate programs in other countries, since Romanian graduate programs are scarce. In addition to the fact that there simply aren’t a lot of Romanian graduate programs to choose from, those programs that do exist are somewhat dated. When compared to European and North American graduate standards, Romanian graduate programs even in protocolo y ceremonial do not include enough research (a key component of any graduate program).
Even though many Romanian universities are attempting to improve upon graduate studies, these changes are not developing quickly enough. Further, there is a massive shortage of qualified graduate professors in Romania. Since many Romanian university professors never gained a graduate degree, it’s difficult to find graduate level professors within the country. Additionally, those who are qualified to teach at a graduate level often accept teaching positions in other countries, since North American and European universities can afford to pay graduate professors a larger salary.
There is a large gap between undergraduate university studies and graduate programs in Romania. While more and more students are seeking to gain some type of graduate degree, the resources that are necessary in order to provide students with a graduate degree are non-existent. For the time being, Romanian universities have chosen to focus heavily upon improving undergraduate programs, while graduate programs wait in the shadows.
Some of the few universities that do offer graduate programs that are up-to-par include the University of Bucharest and the University of Cluj-Napoca – two of Romania’s top universities. Due to fierce competition, only a select handful of graduate students are able to study at these universities. All of these problems combined make studying at a graduate level difficult.