Here are 4 things to know about our Romanian Study Pathway

Located in Southeastern Europe, Romania is one of the cheapest countries for higher learning. Bucharest, the nation’s capital, is so rich in culture and history that it has earned the nickname “Little Paris.” 
The Latin term “Romanus,” which means “citizen of the Roman Empire,” is where the name “Romania” originates.
The Pentagon is the largest building in the world, with the Parliament Palace in Bucharest, the capital of Romania, coming in second. It is 84 meters high. It is also the world’s heaviest structure.

Romania has for a long time been a choice destination for international students and this is due to the affordable tuition and cost of living in the country.

Are you looking for a low tuition-fee country to relocate to without having to break the bank, Romania is your best bet.

Here are four reasons why you should consider Romania for your undergraduate and graduate studies.

1. Admission for studying in Romania

If you’re looking to study for an Undergraduate program in Romania, then, you’ll be required to have a high-school diploma (upper secondary education diploma); legalized by a notary public. The following documents will be required of you to be legalized

1. Copy of High School Diploma (WAEC, NECO, A LEVEL, etc. depending on the country)
2.  Copy of Senior High School transcript
3.  Copy of University Bachelor’s degree and transcript (for Masters’s degree candidates)
 4. Copy of Birth Certificate

Secondly, if you’re considering a master’s admission, you’ll be required to have a bachelor’s degree with your transcript rightly legalized and notarized.

2. Low-cost Tuition fees

A Country like Romania is an excellent choice for international students because of its affordable living and tuition expenses.

The majority of elite schools in Romania offer private education, extracurricular activities, foreign language programs, and teachers with advanced degrees. 
Admission and enrollment fees range from €100 to €500;
EU annual tuition: 2000 to 6000 euros;
Non-EU annual tuition costs range from 2700 to 6000 euros.

PREPARATORY YEAR: 1800 – 3600 EUR depending on the University.
MEDICINE, DENTISTRY: 6000 – 10,000 EUR depending on the University
NURSING (only studied in the Romanian language, 5000 EUR)

3. Affordable cost of living 

Romania’s cost of living may seem appealing. True to form, living costs here are roughly 50% less expensive than in other big Western cities like Vienna, London, Berlin, and Paris. Romania’s world-class colleges offer quality education at cheap costs, which is the greatest recipe for an unforgettable experience.
Monthly Housing: 1 bedroom apartment, 150-450 €; 3 bedrooms, 300-900 €; Meal at a regular restaurant, 5–15 €; Internet (unlimited data, cable), 6–20 €; SIM CARD with unlimited services 5 – 50 Euros 

4. Resident permit

International students in Romania can only get a permanent residence/stay permit if they have already been issued a temporary residence permit and meet the requirements listed below:

1. They can demonstrate that they have resided continuously and legally in the country for at least five years, with no more than six months of absence.

2. They have access to public healthcare.
3. They have access to resources, at the very least the Romanian government’s guaranteed minimum income level.
4. They demonstrate satisfactory linguistic proficiency in Romanian.
5. They pose no threat to national security.

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