POLITEHNICA UNIVERSITY TIMISOARA
DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
 
 
 
 

CITIZENS OF NON-EU STATES

 

NEW! Here are details regarding the school fee:

BENEFICIARY: POLITEHNICA UNIVERSITY TIMISOARA
BANK ACCOUNT: RO61BACX0000003017825001
NAME OF THE BANK: UNICREDIT BANK
ADDRESS: PIATA VICTORIEI, NO. 2, POSTAL CODE: 300006,
SWIFTCODE: BACXROBU

 
More details:
NEW! Scholarships for newly enrolled students. Five scholarships will be awarded to students enrolled in the first year in the academic year 2021-2022. The value of the scholarship is 8000 RON (~1625 EUR). This scholarship programme accepts applications from international students from countries outside the European Union, who were accepted for full-degree studies and enrolled at UPT in 2021. For more details, contact us at incoming@upt.ro.
 
NEW! IF THE FILE WILL BE SUBMITTED ON BEHALF OF ANOTHER PERSON, THE PERSON AUTHORIZED TO DO THIS, WILL PRESENT A NOTARY ATTORNEY IN ROMANIAN OR IN AN INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE, ALSO IN THE NOTARY ATTORNEY TO BE MENTIONED THAT IT IS ALSO AUTHORIZED TO PICK THE ORIGINAL OF THE LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE!
We advise you to read the following documents:

SCHOLARSHIPS
 
Scholarships offered by the Romanian State to foreign citizens through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in keeping with Government Decision No 288/1993. Details: here. Application period: between mid December - March (the deadline for submitting the application files is decided by each diplomatic mission. The candidate should contact the Romanian Embassy in his country of origin for details regarding these scholarships). The scholarships include a tuition fee waiver, free-of-charge accommodation and a monthly allowance.
 
Scholarships offered by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Relations with the Business Environment to non-EU citizens interested in enroling in a Romanian-taught study programme (one year for the study of the Romanian language is included in the scholarship). The scholarship includes a tuition fee waiver, free-of-charge accommodation and a monthly allowance. Applicants need to be in a position to promote the economic relations between Romania and their country of origin, and to obtain an official recommendation letter from one of the involved authorities. Application period : May 1st - August 31st. More details here.
 
Bilateral Programmes - The scholarships offered by the Romanian State in keeping with bilateral treaties in force or with unilateral offers made by Romania to other states are managed by the Ministry of Education and Scientific Research, through the General Department for International and European Relations, based on proposals from the relevant authorities of the candidate’s country of origin. Please check with the Romanian Embassy in your home country about the availability of these scholarships.
 
Scholarships for the Romanian diaspora - These scholarships are granted to applicants of Romanian descent who live abroad. One condition for the programme is that the studies be carried out in Romanian. A preparatory year for studying Romanian can be covered by the scholarship as well. The scholarships include a monthly allowance, a tuition fee waiver, free accommodation in student hostels, free medical services, discounts for public transportation. For more details we advise you to check this page of our website in Romanian or English.

WHAT TO DO AFTER RECEIVING THE LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE?
 
Start the procedure for obtaining the visa for studies in Romania. Please note that you will have to pay the tuition fee for the first academic year before submitting the visa application. You will have to present the passport with the visa for studies in Romania for enrolment. For more details regarding the required visa, have a look at this brief study visa guide.
 
Check the structure of the academic year and plan your trip to Timisoara. Please note that you will need to prove at the entry in Romania that you have at least 2500 USD.
 
Make accommodation arrangements. Accommodation in student residences can be arranged at the earliest 4 days before the start of the academic year, so if you arrive earlier - or at odd hours - you will need to book a room at a hotel/hostel.
 
Notify the Department of International Relations regarding your arrival date and time, and request an appointment for registration. Have the documents mentioned in the letter of acceptance ready for enrolment.

If you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to contact us! 

OTHER INFORMATION

 
 
   Information regarding the admission process for citizens of EU member states, EEA states and the Swiss Confederation.
 
 
   Information for citizens of Romanian origin from Albania, Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Hungary, Republic of Moldova, Serbia, Ukraine and the diaspora.
 
 
 
 
 
Piata Victoriei, Nr.2, 300006,
Timisoara, Romania
Tel. +40 256 403034, Fax. +40 256 403033
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