Romania is one of the largest Eastern European countries with a population of 20 million people.

The European Diploma. Romania has been a member of the European Union since 2007; diplomas of Romanian universities are recognized all over the world.

Low cost of education. You have the opportunity to receive a European diploma almost for nothing. The year of study here costs about 2 thousand euros for foreign citizens.

Scholarship. For academic achievement you can count on a scholarship from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania. It totally covers the cost of study, accommodation and 65–85 euros per month for other expenses. However, it is necessary to learn Romanian language on the annual preparatory courses for taking this privilege: state scholarship is commonly not granted for English-speaking programs.

There are places to go on the weekend:

  • unscalable ancient buildings such as Corvin Castle or Bran;
  • one of the most beautiful mountain roads in the world – the Transfagarash (Transfăgărășan) Highway;
  • the largest nature reserve in Europe, UNESCO heritage – “The Danube Delta”;
  • the perfectly preserved medieval town of Shegeshvar (Sighișoara);
  • exquisite architecture and parks of Bucharest.

Career prospect. Having a diploma of the Romanian University, it is enough to find a job – both in Romania and abroad – in the countries of the European Union.
At the meeting you can ask representatives of universities in Romania all the questions of interest.

The meeting will be held in the framework of the exhibition “International Education”. You can also talk with representatives of universities from 25 countries of the world, listen to a presentation about the education in different countries and scholarship programs and funds.

Admission is free, but registration is required.