Faculty Name: Faculty of Geography, Tourism, and Sport
Study Domain: Geography
Name of the University Program: Tourism Management and Planning
Short description of the university program
Through its design, which gives it real applicative valences and interdisciplinary nature, the study program provides, under the currently-organized higher education system, the possibility of preparing specialists, who are able to integrate optimally on the domestic and international labor market. The theoretical and practical subjects that students go through provide them with a significant amount of accumulated knowledge not only in the field of tourism management and planning but also in other related and complementary areas: geographical information systems, cartography, regional and local development, etc. The aims for this Master's program are induction and dissemination of the principles underlying the development of a functional system centered on tourism; developing skills for research; providing professional support for developing and managing general or structural projects; learning the methods and means of identification, assessment, quantification, exploitation of tourism resources; development of interdisciplinary study; set up of a specialized language in an international language.
Type of studies: Full-time
The standard length of studies (in years): 2
Number of ECTS credits: 120
1st of October – end of February – courses, exams, the holiday for students, and session for retakes – first semester.
End of February – mid of June – courses, exams, the holiday for students, summer practice – second semester.
Mid of June – mid of September – session for retakes and Diploma exam.
The admission for EU, EEA, and Swiss Confederation candidates has 2 stages: Obtaining the recognition of previous studies from the Ministry of National Education (Certificate issued by the National Center for the Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas). 2. Participation of the candidates to the admission organized by the University of Oradea. 1st stage: Applying for the acknowledgment of studies (Certificate issued by the National Center for the Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas) Candidates who have graduated in Romania do not need approval from the Ministry of Education. The application file for the acknowledgment of studies must be submitted to the International Relations Department/Office for Foreign Students at the University of Oradea. Files submitted by individual candidates are not processed by the Ministry of Education. Before the file is processed, all candidates must pay a non-refundable processing file fee of 150 euro, a fee requested by the University of Oradea. The processing file fee will be paid to the University’s bank account before the application is submitted and it covers the expenses for the issuance of the certificate. Once the processing file fee is paid, it cannot be reimbursed.
The documents required for the application are as follows:
Application form for the University of Oradea.
Application form for recognition of studies; High-school Diploma (original language) – legalized copy.
Transcript of records from High School – copy.
Bachelor degree and transcript of records (for graduate applicants) – legalized copy.
Master degree and transcript of records (for graduate applicants) – legalized copy.
Identification document (photocopy): Passport pages 1,2,3,4 or national ID.
Confirmation of payment of the non-refundable processing file fee of 150 euro.
The documents in other languages than English or French will be translated either into English or into Romanian. All these documents will be sent in a file to the University of Oradea to the following postal mail address. If a candidate is considered eligible and the file is complete, the International Relations Department forwards the documents to the Ministry of National Education to issue the Certificate according to which the candidate can pursue their studies in Romania. In the case of non-recognition of the degree, the candidate cannot carry on with the registration.
2nd stage Registration at the university: Registration of the candidates for the admission exam or file competition is done on the basis of the acknowledgment of studies by the Ministry of National Education together with the original file that must be submitted in the legal admission periods. The registration file must comprise the documents according to the admission methodology at the University of Oradea.
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Candidates who do not speak Romanian can apply for studies in Romanian provided they take a preparatory language course one year before enrollment. At the end of the preparatory year, the candidates will acquire a Romanian language certificate. In case the candidate already has knowledge of the Romanian language, they can take the Romanian language test at the Faculty of Letters and get a language certificate. Romanian language certificates will be accepted only from the Romanian Language Institute or Romanian universities accredited to issue such certificates. The Romanian language test fee is 300 RON (about 60 EUR), subject to alterations. Candidates choosing specializations taught in English will have to pass an interview before the entrance exam.
Call for applications
Registration and admission exam: mid of July – end of July.
Final results: the beginning of August.
Registration and admission exam: first week of September – mid of September.
Final results: end of September.
Registration fee: 150 RON (approximately 30 Euro)
Appeals fee: 150 RON (approximately 30 Euro)
Matriculation fee: 100 RON (approximately 25 Euro)
150 Euro: processing file fee for recognition of studies for foreign candidates.
3000 RON/year (our national currency - about 610 Euro): for Romanian and EU candidates.
297 euro/month x 9 months = 2673 EUR/year: for non-EU candidates.
Fee for the preparatory language course (if necessary):
250 EUR / month x 9 months = 2250 EUR / preparatory year: for non-EU candidates.
2700 RON (our national currency)/preparatory year: for EU candidates.
No of available state subsidized places, Grants scholarships, and program administrative costs:
Every year, the Senate of the University of Oradea, with the approval of the Ministry of National Education decides on the number of available places. The number of available places is published on the university’s webpage.
Scholarships: Every year the Ministry of Education in Romania offers a number of scholarships to top students enrolled at the University of Oradea. The foreigners, who come from an EU country, have the same rights and obligations as Romanians, including the scholarships. Foreign citizens, who come from a Non-EU country, can cover the study expenses with the support of the Romanian Government scholarships or through their own financing.
Accommodation: Foreign students can leave in hostels. In order to do that, they must arrive at the university on the 1st of September when room distribution for students is scheduled. Otherwise, the students will have to rent private flats.