Romania Government Scholarships
Empowering Your Academic Journey with Romania Government Scholarships
Romania Government Scholarships Overview
For international students, the Romanian Government Scholarships are completely financed. These scholarships are offered for undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral studies. Scholarships from the Romanian government will pay the whole cost of education, housing, and a monthly stipend of up to 80 EUR.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Romanian government awards a number of scholarships to nationals of non-EU nations each year. Only candidates with good academic results, or an average of the study years for the most recent school where they graduated, of at least 7 (seven), matching to the Romanian scoring system or the “Good” score, as the case may be, are qualified.
All areas, with the exception of medicine, dental medicine, and pharmacy, allow applicants to choose the study programme of their choice. To support the Romanian language and culture, only study programmes in Romanian are offered for the Bachelor and Master degrees.
But PhD candidates also have the option of choosing a course in English or a foreign language that is prescribed by the doctoral institution.
For individuals who don’t speak Romanian, a year of preparation in the language is provided before enrolling in the desired academic programme. Diplomas, transcripts, birth certificates, passports, and CVs are all required documents and are all listed in the application process.
- Level of Study: Undergraduate, Masters, PhD
- Institution(s): Romanian Universities
- Study in: Romania
Opportunity Focus Areas
Romania Government Scholarships cater to a wide range of academic disciplines, including:
- Visual Arts
- Romanian Culture and Civilization
- Political and Administrative Sciences
- Education Sciences
- Social and Human Sciences
- Technical Studies
- Oil and Gas
- Agricultural Sciences
- Veterinary Medicine
Please note that scholarships are not awarded in the fields of Medicine, Dental Medicine, and Pharmacy.
The program duration varies according to your level of study:
- Undergraduate: 3-6 years
- Master’s: 1.5-2 years
- Doctorate: 3-4 years
Mark your calendar! The application deadline for the next intake is March 1. (Please note that applications will reopen in December every year.)