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Top Masters Programs in Bucharest Romania 2016/2017


The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

Earning a Master requires two years of education after earning a Bachelor. This advanced degree may help students to achieve their educational and professional goals, as the rigors of a Master’s program help train students in the skills and knowledge they need to land the career of their dreams.


Romanian university qualifications highly appreciated and recognized in Europe and beyond, lowest tuition fees and living cost in Europe. The Romanians have an old and rich history, especially in the capital Bucharest with its 2 million people. International students willing to study in Romania can apply either to the Ministry of Education and Research or to the chosen Romanian university, in order to receive the Letter of Acceptance.

Bucharest is the capital city of Romania and is a cultural, financial, and industrial hub of the country. Bucharest is also the largest city in Romania, having over 3 million inhabitants. It has 34 campuses 16 of these being public universities.

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Master in Structural Engineering - Civil Engineering

Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest
Campus Full time 2 years September 2016 Romania Bucharest

Accredited by the Romanian Ministry of Education since 2013, the masters “Structural Engineering” are 2 years post graduate programs, with teaching and examinations entirely in English language or in French language. [+]

Masters 2016/2017 in Bucharest Romania. Let’s design the future together! Accredited by the Romanian Ministry of Education since 2013, the masters “Structural Engineering” are 2 years post graduate programs, with teaching and examinations entirely in English language or in French language. Organised within the Faculty of Engineering in Foreign Languages (FILS) of the Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest (UTCB), the masters contains 3 semesters with lectures and exams and 1 semester entirely devoted to the master thesis. The master programs have a total of 240 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System). The masters are opened to Romanian and foreign bachelor graduates. They also accommodates Erasmus+ exchange students. UTCB has 67 Erasmus+ agreements with universities from 17 countries. For the academic year 2016-2017 over 15 Erasmus students from France, Spain and Greece already registered to our masters. The same master programs is provided at FILS with teaching and examinations in English or in French language. Exchange students can benefit of this, being allowed to select lectures in both languages and consequently they can develop their foreign languages skills. The masters provide a supplement of theoretical and modelling knowledge together with advanced courses in structural engineering. A core topic of the masters is the earthquake resistant design with a significant amount of dedicated hours (structural dynamics, engineering seismology, earthquake engineering, seismic fragility, nonlinear analysis). Earthquake resistant design concepts and applications are also included in almost all lectures and projects, Romania being an earthquake prone country with a long tradition and experience in earthquake engineering. The masters benefit of the activities within UTCB’s Seismic Risk Assessment Research Center (CERS), an important number of the teaching staff being CERS members. With small groups of students and a close contact with the teaching staff, with a remarkable international environment (within FILS there are enrolled students from 21 countries, plus Erasmus students), the masters of Structural Engineering at FILS-UTCB are an excellent choice of post graduate studies for civil engineers interested in structural analysis, civil and hydrotechnical constructions design, earthquake engineering design and research. Francophonie is a strong asset of UTCB. Member of Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) from 1995, UTCB accommodates a french lecturer (within a convention with AUF and French Embassy), a french library, a Centre de reussite universitaire (CRU), and organizes and participates to a lot of francophone activities. The francophone master was granted with a support project of AUF (2013-2015) that allowed the purchase of reference books and lecture notes and the exchange of professors with French partner universities. Professors from Université de Nantes, Ecole Centrale de Paris and Université de Grenoble taught within the master. The master also accommodates incoming professors within Erasmus+. Studying at FILS-UTCB will also allow you to discover the dynamic student’s life in Bucharest and to enjoy the beauty of Romania. UTCB and Liege University (Belgium) are in the final stage of signing a double-diploma agreement at master level. At UTCB, the FILS masters of Structural engineering, in english and in french, are part of the agreement. UTCB graduates who are selected for the double-diploma agreement with Ecole nationale des ponts et chausees (Ponts ParisTech) cand enroll the masters of Structural engineering (in english or in french) that are part of the agreement. Admission EU citizens Admission is based on the bachelor studies results, in descending order up to the number of places available. EU graduates can study for free in the limit of the available places for Romanian and citizens from EU, European Economic Space (EES) or Swiss Confederation (30 places in the academic year 2016-2017 for both the masters with teaching in english and in french), or with an annual study fee of 4500 lei (~1000 Euro), also 30 places for both masters, for EU and non-EU citizens. The numbers of places can be increased depending on the number of candidates, through internal arrangements within the university. Language proficiency: The candidates who have a recognised proficiency certificate in English (CAE, CPE, TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS, AQA, bilingual class certificate), FILS graduates, candidates from Anglophone countries or candidates whom studied bachelor in English language are exempted from English proficiency test. The remaining candidates will have to pass a English proficiency test (regardless of their option for a state sponsored place or place with tuition fee). The candidates will present the original certificate together with a copy. The other candidates must pass a language proficiency test during the admission (EU candidates without study fee) or after their arrival (EU candidates with study fee) Admission calendar: registration for Romanian and EU candidates - 21st and 22nd of September 2016, between 9 - 13 at the FILS secretariat (Bd. Lacul Tei, no.124, Bucharest) Language proficiency test - 23rd of September 2016, from 10 o'clock and will last two hours.The distribution of the candidates on classrooms for the language proficiency test will be shown on 22nd of September, after the end of the registrations, at the FILS notice board and on the faculty website. On the day of the test, the candidates will come at 9:30 in the classroom in which they were distributed, with their identity card and their test card. The results will be displayed on 23rd of September, soon after the completion of the test. The final results for the admission exam will be displayed on 23rd of September. Further administrative details can be obtained from the Department of International Relations: and at The registration fee for admission exam is 100 lei (~22 Euro) for students from E.U., S.E.E. or Swiss Confederation. Accommodation Upon request master students have ensured places in student’s dormitory: Romanian and EU students must make a request during the registration for admission. Scholarships Romanian and EU students accepted on state budget funding (i.e. without study fee) can obtain scholarships as function of their academic results and their personal financial situation, according to the rules established by UTCB’s Senate and depending on the scholarship funding at UTCB from the Ministry of Education. Non-EU citizens Admission is based on the bachelor studies results, in descending order up to the number of places available. A special admission procedure for studding in Romania is required for non EU candidates. For non EU students the tuition is of 270 EURO per month for the whole duration of the academic year (i.e., 9 months= 2430 EURO or 2700 EURO including autumn exam session). Accommodation Upon request master students have ensured places in student’s dormitory: Scholarships Non-EU students can obtain scholarships for studying in Romania from their governments, from the Romanian Government or from other international organizations. Fees: If you apply for budget funded places, there are no fees for EU citizens, European Economic Space (EES) or Swiss Confederation. [-]


Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism (UAUIM)
Campus Full time 6 years October 2016 Romania Bucharest

This Architecture Program is the direct descendant of the first Romanian higher School of Architecture, founded in 1892. [+]

Aims of the program

This Architecture Program is the direct descendant of the first Romanian higher School of Architecture, founded in 1892. The 6-year Architecture Program (Bachelor and Master integrated) is accredited by the ARACIS (Romanian Agency for Quality Assessment in the Higher Education), the European Community (since 2008) as well as by the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects, since 1997). The present structure of the formative process for future architects is a synthesis of the tradition of the historical School of Architecture in Bucharest on one hand and the up-to-date appropriation of modernity on the other hand, in harmony with the field of contemporary architectural education in the world. The significant mutations that have marked the evolution of contemporary society in the last decades at the international level have made obvious the necessity that the educational process should fulfill new requirements, orienting towards an architectural education: - that responds to rapidly shifting values in contemporary culture, everyday life and current attitudes; - that is sensitive to the extremely rapid progress of information technology; - that is attentive to the growing instability of the labor market and the more and more specialized professional practice; - that is prepared to face the explosion of new building materials and technologies; - that is aware of the fast deterioration of natural environment and the necessity of creating a more energy-efficient and more sustainable built environment; - that is sensitive to traditional values and local identity; - that promotes creativity as expressing the contemporary contribution to the enrichment of the existing urban context. ... [-]