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Top 5 Romanian Universities
As with any other country, universities in Romania are ranked according to excellence. As soon as Romanian high school students graduate, those who wish to attend university begin looking for the right institution. Many students apply to the top rated schools, though only a select few are accepted. Here are the top 5 Romanian universities according to the Ranking Web of European Universities website.
1. Alexandru Ioan Cuza University: this university offers biology, chemistry, computer science, economics and business administration, geography and geology, history, law, letters, mathematics, orthodox theology, philosophy and social-political sciences, physical education and spots, physics, psychology, roman-catholic theology, and European studies programs. Alexandru Ioan Cuza University is located in Iasi, Romania.
2. University Politechnica of Bucharest: this technical university offers studies that pertain to the field of engineering. Subjects range from Materials Science and Engineering to Aerospace Engineer.
3. University Babes Bolyai: programs offered include mathematics, physics, chemical engineering, biology and geology, geography, environmental sciences, law, letters, history and philosophy, sociology, psychology, business management, European studies, communications, education and sport, theology, theatre and television. The University Babes Bolyai is located in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
4. Gheorghe Asachi Technical University: this technical university offers programs related to engineering and industrial management. High school graduates with the yearning to study engineering or most other technical subjects should consider this university located in Iasi, Romania.
5. Academy of Economic Studies: students who want to study economics often choose this university, since all programs within the Academy of Economic Studies are related to economics. In addition, this university is also located in Bucharest, which is a popular city amongst recently graduated high school students.
In addition to the high school exit exam that all Romanian students must take, each university listed above has a separate entrance examination. In order to gain acceptance into any one of these top universities, all examinations must be passed with a mark of 7 or above.
Tuition-wise, Romanian universities are not nearly as expensive as universities found within the United States, though they are on par with most universities throughout the rest of the world. Generally, fees range from $300 to $400 per month. Thus, it is rare for a student to graduate from a Romanian university with a large amount of student loan debt.
Foreign students wishing to apply to a Romanian university will find that almost all of the universities included in this top 5 list accept foreign exchange students. Some of the universities listed even offer courses in other languages in order to make studying in Romania easier for foreign students.