Study in top medical university; Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy
“Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy or CDUMP is the oldest and largest medical university in Romania. Its high prestige trough the historical perspective is augmented by the experience of its current teaching staff, number of students, the area of hospitals and laboratories, as well as the quality of the equipment, and most important the professional quality of the graduated medical students. A great number of professors have been masters of academic teaching, but also scientists, worldwide recognized by the history of medicine. The “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy has a modern research department, giving access to a wide range of journals from the fields of medicine and science.
“Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy was given the “High Degree of Confidence” status by The Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ARACIS) which is a member of several bodies of Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education (ENQA, EQAR, EENQA, ENAEE, EQANIE).
Furthermore “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy has been ranked as one of the Top 300 universities in medical sciences by one of the most prestigious international ranking – Top Shanghai.
The high standards of education, modern didactic equipment, research opportunities, reasonable tuition fees, and living costs, attract hundreds of international medical students from all over the world every year.
Faculty of Medicine – Bachelor in Medicine
The medical program has a duration of 6 years ( the first 3 years are preclinical and the last 3 years are mostly clinical). The studies are conducted in Romanian or English language.
Tuition fee: 6000 euro/year
The “Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy” offers other programs like Nursing, Balneo-physiotherapy and Recuperation, Nutrition and Dietetics thought in the Romanian language (for which you must follow a preparatory year of Romanian) with a duration of 3 years.
Faculty of Dental Medicine – Only in Romania Language (6 years)
Note: Candidates who intend to study Dental medicine at Carol Davila University must follow a preparatory year of Romanian language.
Tuition fee: 6000 euro/year
Other programs: Dental Techniques in the Romanian Language ( 3 years)
Faculty of Pharmacy – Only in Romania Language (5 years)
Admission requirements: Either you are from a European country or Non- European country you must obtain a study approval from the Ministry of Education in Romania.
For European students, it is necessary to obtain a “Certificate of recognition of studies” issued by CNRED and Non-European students must obtain a “letter of acceptance” issued by the MEN.
- High school diploma (Baccalaureate diploma) – Certified copy and a notarized translation into Romanian
- Transcript of records (9th – 12th grade) – Certified copy and notarized translation into Romanian
- Birth Certificate – Certified copy and notarized translation into Romanian
- A copy of the document specifying the permanent home address in the country of origin(issued by the respective Town Hall or the Prefecture)
- Certified copy of Passport (pages 1,2,3,4)
- A medical certificate from the country of origin or residence containing a proof of hepatitis B vaccination, information whether or not the candidate is registered as suffering from chronic diseases, a mention that the candidate does not suffer from contagious diseases or other diseases incompatible with the future profession, and the candidate’s psychiatric evaluation.
- Internationally recognized Certificate of language skills in the language of tuition – min B2 (Toefl, Cambridge, IELTS)
- 6 photos
- Proof of file processing fee – 1000 lei (non-refundable)
Note: According to the list of high-school diplomas recognized by the Ministry of National Education in Romania for the registration of the foreign citizens, other mandatory documents must be submitted as follows: Italy : The certificates issued after passing the baccalaureate exam in Italy; Spain: Pruebas de Aptitud para el Acceso a la Universidad, calificación Apto Greece: Panellinies Exetaseis – the certificate issued following the
National Examinations for General High Schools from Greece; Sweden: certificate issued by Verket för högskoleservice from Sweden; USA: SAT/ACT scores
The evaluation process is based on an Evaluation Grid and consists of a file-based competition.