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Best Universities for Master Programs in Romania 2024

Number of institutions: 38
    • Suceava, Romania

    The first university in Romania in terms of number of patents and inventions over the last decade and ranked by international university ranking organizations in the top 10 Romanian public universities, USV plays a key role in the development and dissemination of scientific knowledge. Since its foundation in 1963, USV has constituted a powerful presence in a city with a millennial history, decisively contributing to building a modern identity for the local community.

    • Poitiers, France
    • Iași, Romania
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    The European Campus of City-Universities (EC2U) is a multi-cultural and multi-lingual Alliance consisting of seven long-standing, education- and research-led, locally and globally engaged universities from four diverse regions of the European Union: the University of Coimbra, the University of Iași, the University of Jena, the University of Pavia, the University of Poitiers (Coordinator), the University of Salamanca and the University of Turku. The Alliance’s ambition is to develop an innovative space allowing mobility to flow freely between the seven universities and associated cities.

    • La Rochelle, France
    • Athens, Greece
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    EU-CONEXUS - European University for Smart Urban Coastal Sustainability is a strong partnership between nine universities developing science and innovation into a hub of excellence on Smart Urban Coastal Sustainability (SmUCS). EU-CONEXUS - European University for Smart Urban Coastal Sustainability promotes common European values and a strengthened European identity by bringing together a new generation of Europeans, who can cooperate and work within different European cultures, in different languages, and across borders.

    • Târgoviște, Romania

    The beginnings of higher education in Târgovişte date back to the Romanian Middle Ages, when, between 1672 and 1678, the city hosted the first Law School of Wallachia. Higher education resumed its mission in an official establishment after the 1989 Revolution, when, in 1991, the Technical and Economic University College opened its gates. Besides its scientific training and research, Valahia University of Târgoviște includes continuing education centers in agreement with the demands of the present socio-economic environment.

    • Alba Iulia, Romania

    As a public higher education institution, “1 Decembrie 1918” University of Alba Iulia is going through a new stage of its existence, a stage marked by the three principles underlying the current mandate of the University’s Management: performance, quality, and consistency. As a relatively young University - we are celebrating 28 years of existence in 2019 -, our University is fully aware of its purpose and role within the higher education system in Romania and constantly relates to the tradition of the Transylvanian educational system.

    • Bucharest, Romania

    In general, both within the country and abroad, the University of Bucharest is considered to be the most important educational, research and cultural institution in Romania. During its 150 years of existence, it has achieved a steadfast national and international prestige. The numerous generations of students and professors have succeeded in asserting our University as one of the benchmark institutions for the whole Romanian society, as it is the first existing Romanian institution to ever reach the top 600 universities of the world.

    • Bună Ziua, Romania

    The Protestant Theological Institute of Cluj-Napoca (PTI) is an independent university accredited by the Romanian Ministry of Education. Its main aim is to train Reformed, Lutheran and Unitarian ministers. The Institute wishes to set theology into the service of the church communities, living in a multicultural and multiconfessional society.

    • Petroșani, Romania

    The University of Petrosani has a long and beautiful tradition, being the successor of the Institute of Mining, which operated in Bucharest for over 80 years. In the academic year, 1957 to 1958 started in Petrosani. Only a few universities can take pride in such a descent certified by decree of A.I. Cuza in 1864 that established the "School of Bridges, Highways, Mines and Architecture".

    • Sfântu Gheorghe, Romania

    The Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania is the independent university of the Hungarian community in Romania, which aims to provide education to the members of our community and perform scientific research on a high professional level. We consider ourselves responsible for our students' knowledge, for our teaching staff and colleagues' future, for the quality of our research activity and transparency in our operations.

    • Brașov, Romania

    Transilvania University of Brașov (UNITBV) is the largest university in Romania's centre; it is a comprehensive university that offers study programmes in 43 domains.

    • Bucharest, Romania

    Dimitrie Cantemir" Christian University is a free and open private higher education and scientific research institution, founded according to the principle of private property, guaranteed by the Constitution. "Dimitrie Cantemir" Independent University.

    • Sector 2, Romania

    This program is only available as a second part of the Dual Degree Program after students. is only available via our highly accredited University...

    • Bucharest, Romania

    This program is only available as a second part of the Dual Degree Program after students. is only available via our highly accredited University...

    • Bucharest, Romania

    „ARTIFEX”, the University of Bucharest, is based on the tradition of cooperative education, started in 1919, and after reorganizations, resumed in 1992. It was accredited under Law 133/2005, and it ensures the same educational programs as the public system. Our graduates have the same qualification as the public education graduates, and they can find jobs in any sector.

    • Constanța, Romania

    The maritime personnel training for merchant marine started in Romania in 1872 when the Fleet School of Galati was founded. Formerly established in 1972, the Merchant Maritime Institute became a civilian institution in 1990, and in 2000 changed its name to Constanta Maritime University.