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Study abroad in Romania for Pakistani students

Romania lies in southeast Europe. In fact, the ninth largest country of the European Union by area is Romania. The country resides around 20 million people making it the seventh largest population of the European Union. Romania’s boundary is connected with five neighboring countries: Hungary, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Serbia and Moldova. Its coastline runs along the Black Sea, and the end of the Danube River, Europe’s second longest river, ends in the Danube Delta in Romania. Transylvania, the popular historical zone, is located in central Romania. The region lies in between the Carpathian mountain range; however, historical Transylvania also included a region westward to the Apuseni Mountains. Transylvania is best known as the mysterious birth land of bloodthirsty vampire Dracula.

Bucharest is the capital city of Romania. The city is once called the “Paris of the East.” The city offers classic museums, recreational parks, seasonal festivals, and exotic nightlife. Romanian is the official language of the country, however other languages are also commonly spoken and understood. The currency of Romania is Romanian Leu. The currency code for Romanian Lei is RON, while the symbol is lei.

 Romania has a glorious past and possesses the ultimate scenic beauty. The ancient roots, as well as the contemporary European settings, have made the country a vibrant multi-cultural destination for visitors. Romania's landscape encompasses mountains, hills, and plains. The country enjoys a temperate climate with warm sunny summers and plush white snowy winters. Football is the most played sports of Romania. The exotic Romanian dish famous around the world is Moldavian stew.


Romanian is, in fact, the refinement of the Latin language dating back to the Balkan sprachbund. Other widely spoken languages include Hungarian, German: Armenian, Turkish, Greek and Russian. English is also spoken and understood in this European destination

Higher Education System of Romania

Currently, there are more than 500,000 students studying in Romanian universities, among which around 27,000 belongs to international zones. The education system of Romania is very flexible yet affordable. The universities in Romania offer all degree level courses in almost every disciple including science, Arts, humanities, medicine etc.

Bologna system dominates in the Romanian education sector. It means that the higher education system comprises three academic cycles: a 3-year bachelor’s degree program, a 2-year master’s degree program, and a 3-year doctorate degree course. However, reputed professional courses like medicine and dentistry are completed in almost 6 -7 years. The European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) is also applied in Romania education system through which students can easily transfer credit between Romanian universities and other international institutions.

 Romanian university qualifications are highly recognized in Europe and other countries. Times higher education placed seven Romanian Universities in its high ranking list. The country offers the lowest tuition fees and living cost in Europe, students experience, multicultural social environment while studying and living in Romania.

Reputed Universities of Romania for Pakistani Students 

The following are some of the high-ranked Universities of Romania

  • University of Bucharest

  • University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest (UPB)

  • Technical University of Cluj-Napoca

  • Alexandru Ioan Cuza University

  • West University of Timisoara

  • Transylvania University of Brasov

Best Courses to Study in Romania.

The following courses are very popular in Romania. International students are chiefly enrolled in the following disciplines. Besides these courses students also prefer to join medicine and Dentistry courses at Romanian universities

• Business Administration

• Architecture

• Economics

• Engineering

• Journalism and Mass Communication

• Management

• Marketing

Tuition Fees at Romanian Universities

However, the tuition fees you will pay depend on where you choose to study and what sort of degree you wish to pursue. A private institution is expensive than a public institution. According to a recent estimation, RON 14,000 to RON 30,000 per year is required for a degree in Romania. There are a number of Romanian scholarships available, but they can be competitive. To get more information about fees, scholarships and eligibility, contact your institution.

Living Cost and Part-time Jobs for International Students

Your living costs will depend on where you choose to live. On average, you should budget for between RON 1,400 and RON 3,300 per month. This accounts for your accommodation, groceries and travel. If you have a valid residence permit, you are able to work during your studies. As an EU/EEA student, there are no time restrictions on working. On the other hand, the Non-EU international student s are permitted to work up to 4 hours per day without seeking any extra permission. If you wish to work more than this, you will need to apply for a work permit.

Romania, a blend of Traditional and Contemporary Cultures

Romania is a destination where heritages dominates and art and crafts flourished, therefore, courses in arts, film making, tourism and hospitality, environmental studies and performing arts are equally popular.

The country was formed in 1859, by unit. The country resides medieval destination Sighisoara and historic fortresses Bran Castles –where Dracula is born. Romania is surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains which offer exclusive climbing, trekking, and skiing adventures. Romania natural beauty is matchless which is supplemented by dynamic folk culture. If you are really interested in studying in Romania, check our website for authentic assistance or take help from a study abroad consultant.


  • Education standards meet Europe standards.

  • Degree of Romania is respected internationally.

  • Multicultural environment.

  • Good career opportunities. 

  • Rich academic heritage. 

Undergraduate Postgraduate 
FA/Fsc or A levels certificate FA/Fsc or A levels certificate
language proficiency according to your selected program.  Undergraduate degree for graduate admission and Graduate degree in an appropriate subject.
Photocopy of your passport or id card language proficiency according to your selected program. 
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  • Letter of acceptance from Romania ministry of education.

  • Proof of tuition fees on 1 year.

  • Proof of sufficient means of financial support.

  • No criminal record certificates.

  • Medical insurance.

  • Approval of the parents.

  • Complete application visa form

  • Valid passport

November and march, whereas PHD admissions have no limitations.

In Romania most of the programs are offered in Romanian. But if you don’t want to study in native Language of Romania then you have to provide the language proficiency. i.e. mostly international Students prefer to study in English then IELTS or TOFFEL is required for admission.

RON 14,000 to 30,000/year

Romania provide student accommodation, private flat, room or hostel. The cheapest is to stay at Hostel or to share a room with friends.

Yes, students are allowed to work part time while studying and the good news is there is no limitation of work but as a student you cannot do a full-time job.

The education in Romania meet the standards of Europe. its degree is approved worldwide.So, if you have command on your skills then your career is safe.

Study Abroad Consultants for romania

FnS Consultants Pvt Ltd 03335318010 Rawalpindi
Future & Success Consultants 03335318010 Lahore
Future & Success Consultants Pvt Ltd 03335318010 Islamabad
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