Tuition fees of Romanian Medical Universities (Medical Schools, Dental Schools and Veterinary Schools) are extremely favourable for both EU and non-EU candidates as they are the lowest in Europe and perhaps in the world, owing to the economy in Romania (net wage purchase power parity to quality goods and services). The quality of education, low tuition fees and the affordable cost of living, render study in Romania one of the most sought-after destinations for study abroad. Undergraduate Medical programs offered in English or French are: Medicine with tuition fees at £4,000 a year, Dentistry at £4,000 annually, and Veterinary Medicine at £3,500 per year. Romanian Medical Universities’ tuition fees are paid either in full or up to three instalments throughout the academic year directly to the university bank account, once the University has provided the Admission Letter and the “Ministry of Education, Youth and Science” has issued for the student a “Recognition of Studies For Enrolment to Undergraduate studies Certificate” (EU students), or “Acceptance Letter” (non-EU students) and the student has registered for courses.
|Medical Universities||Tuition Fees per undergraduate program ()|
|University of Medicine and Pharmacy Gr. T. Popa – Iasi||5,000||5,000|
|Vasile Goldis Western University of Arad||5,000|
|Ovidius University – Constanta||5,000|
|University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine – Cluj Napoca||5,000|
Postgraduate study (specializations and doctoral Degrees) costs between £2,409–5,621 a year for non-EU students. EU students need not pay any tuition fees, as they receive a monthly salary of 579–1,013 after they pass the regional residency exams. All postgraduate programs are offered in Romanian thus, all students need to prove their proficiency by submitting a language certificate or attending a preparatory course of 9 months to learn the language.