Whenever original documents must be submitted the notarization must be by an official governing agency, and if a translation is required, the original copies must submitted together with their translation into Romanian, which has to be notarized and certified in accordance with the provisions of the international treaties of the Republic of Romania with the host/issuing state by the respective Ministry of External Affairs or Translation body in the country of issuance. In the absence of such bi-lateral provisions, the general notary procedure for legalization, translation and certification of documents and other documents is applicable.
Students who wish to apply to Romanian Medical Universities (Medical Schools, Dental Schools or Veterinary Schools) should submit the following documents:
- Two certified and notarized copies of a certificate of graduation from high school, with an official translation in Romanian
- Two certified and notarized copies of the official transcripts of all studied subjects in high school including final grades and cumulative grade point average, with an official translation in Romanian
- Two certified copies of the candidate’s birth certificate
- Two copies of an official ID or valid passport (pages 1, 2, 3, 4)
- Four passport-size photos
- One original medical health certificate, issued within a month before the date of application, stating that the applicant does not suffer from any chronic or contagious diseases not compatible with his or her future profession. Some Romanian Medical Universities also require medical tests for VDRL and HIV, with an official translation in Romanian
- Candidate’s Curriculum Vitae
- For postgraduate studies: two certified copies of the undergraduate or postgraduate diploma along with the transcript
An original transcript, confirming the year(s) of study issued by the University in which the applicant has studied, presenting the following information: course title; the workload of all studied courses (the number of lectures, practical training received and seminars attended) for each course taken; the obtained ECTS credits, the final examination grade in each subject; the grading system in the respective (university) country as well as the cumulative grade point average. The transcripts must be original, and if a translation is required, the original transcripts must submitted together with their translation into Romanian, which has to be notarized and certified in accordance with the provisions of the international treaties of Romania with the host/issuing state by the respective Ministry of External Affairs or Translation body in the country of issuance. In the absence of such bi-lateral provisions, the general notary procedure for legalization, translation and certification of documents and other documents is applicable.
Documents in languages other than Romanian, English or French must be accompanied by a certified translation in Romanian.
Candidates from countries listed below shall submit the following documents (certified copy) as well:
- Brasil – Vestibular
- Chile – Prueba de selecciÃ³n universitaria
- China – Chinese National University Entrance Examination (Gao Kao)
- Cyprus – Hyperesia exetaseis (average 10) or Ã–ÄŸrenci SeÃ§me SÄ±navÄ±
- Columbia – Examen del estado
- Ecuador – Cursos pre-universitarios
- Greece – Panelladikes exetaseis (for general lyceum) – average 10
- Iran – Peeshdaneshgahe (Pre-University diploma)
- Japan – Senta shiken
- Republic of Moldova – certificate of authenticy from the Ministry of Education of Republic of Moldova, for diplomas issued before 2008
- New Guinea – one-year foundation course
- Peru – Curso preparatorio
- Portugal – Provas de Ingreso (average 9,5)
- Spain – “Pruebas de Aptitud para el Acceso a la Universidad, calificaciÃ³n Apto”
- Sweden – certificate from Verket fÃ¶r hÃ¶gskoleservice regarding access to HE studies
- Turkey – Ã–SS – Ã–ÄŸrenci SeÃ§me SÄ±navÄ±
- U.S.A. – SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) or ACT (American College Testing)
- Venezuela – Prueba de Aptitud Academica
For EU countries: certified copies of documents are issued by a solicitor or notary without the need to carry the Hague Apostille with the exception of the countries of Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal and Cyprus.
For non-EU candidates: certified copies of documents are issued by a solicitor or notary. Then, they will have to be legalized by getting the Hague Apostille for the documents issued in countries which are part of the Hague Convention or else, documents must be authenticated by the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the issuing country and, finally, the Embassy of Romania in that country.