Applications for the Romanian Government Grant are open to undergrad and graduate understudies for the scholarly year 2023. Worldwide understudies with great results of at least 7 (seven) compared to the scoring framework of Romania or the “Good” score are qualified to apply. Each year, the Service of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of the Government of Romania offers Grants for non-EU understudies to seek their Bachelor, Master, or Ph.D. think about in Romania. The candidates can select their craved and think about the program in all areas but the Pharmaceutical, Drug store, and Dental Medication.
Application Deadline: March 01, 2023
Application Status: Open
Result Announcement: July 15, 2023 (by email)
Start of Academic Year: October 01, 2023
Awarding Organization: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Education and Research of Romania
Funding Type: Fully-funded
Program Duration: 3 – 6 years for Bachelor’s, 1 to 2 years for a Master’s, and 3 to 5 years for Ph.D. students
Host Institution: Romanian Universities
Degree Level: Bachelor, Master, and Ph.D.
Eligible Countries: Non-EU Countries
Field of Study: Various fields
Medium of Instructions: Romanian language for Bachelor and Master, for Ph.D. English or Other foreign languages.
Applicants should meet the following criteria:
- Hold the citizenship of a non-EU country;
- Hold a high school certificate, Bachelor or Master’s degree;
- Have adequate academic performance with a minimum of 7 for the last graduated school, according to the grading system in Romania (“Good” equivalent).
Applicants with the following conditions are not eligible to apply for this Scholarship:
- Citizen of Romanian origins and members of any Romanian historical community in the nearness of Romania;
- Have requested or got a form of protection in Romania;
- Be a stateless person with an official recognition of the country territory according to the law;
- Current members and family members of the diplomatic and consular units in Romania;
- Members of the technical and administrative staff of consular or diplomatic missions’ offices accredited to Romania;
- A staff member of international organizations situated in Romania;
- Family members of staff of international organizations in Romania;
- Romanian state scholarship beneficiaries for the same cycle of study year are not eligible.
Candidates should prepare the following documents:
- Copies of educational diplomas (baccalaureate diploma or its equivalent, plus Bachelor’s, Master’s, or doctorate) with authorized translation in English, French, Romanian, and Spanish (if applicable);
- Birth certificate or equivalent documentation;
- Copy of three pages of the applicant’s passport or the national identity document;
- A CV in English language or French;
- Ph.D. students must also provide a letter of intent.
Copy of the following documents translated into English (if Applicable) must be available for those in the specific categories below:
- Copy of the name change document;
- Proof of a baccalaureate, Bachelor’s, or Master’s exam for those who have not to get their diploma yet;
- The last year’s certificate to prove a student will take the graduation exam at the end of the current academic year;
- Transcript attesting the academic record of the applicant in the final year of study;
- A certificate to prove the completion of the Romanian Language Preparatory year OR certificate of linguistic competencies;
- A copy of the parental consent declaration for candidates under 18 years old is a must by the start date of their courses.
How to Apply?
By entering the link below, qualified applicants must submit all required documents and application forms. For instructions, please follow the steps below:
- Create an account on the Scholarship’s relevant portal using the apply now button below;
- Filling the mandatory fields of the application form;
- Upload all required documents;
- Submit the application form and all the necessary documents online.