Mar 25

Admission Information


  Application for the issuance of letter of acceptance to studies

  Application for recognition required for acceptance to studies for UE citizen

  Regulations regarding bachelor studies

  Regulations regarding master studies

Academic programs

University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest offers undergraduate and graduate programs of study, organized in 15 faculties:

  • Bachelor of Science programs in 17 major fields and more than 70 distinct specializations, with a duration of 4 years;
  • Master of Science programs in more than 170 specializations, with a duration of 2 years;
  • Ph.D. degrees in 14 fields of Engineering Sciences, with a duration of 3 years. 

Admission requirements for EU students

The citizens from EU countries candidate for admission in the Romanian educational system under the same conditions as the Romanian citizens and they are subject to the same tuition fees as the Romanian students.

In order to obtain the recognition of the studies , the European candidates must send to University Politehnica of Bucharest the following documents:

Filled application form 
Certified copy of Baccalaureate diploma
Certified copy of university diploma and academic transcript( for master or PhD)
Personal Identification Document : Passport (copies of pages 1,2,3,4)/identity card (ID).

The documents written in other languages than English or French will be translated in Romanian or English.
The fee for the recognition of study documents is 50 RON and can be paid either by bank transfer or postal order.

The following account should be mentioned:

Transfer data :

Beneficiary :   The Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sports 
Fiscal Code:   13729380
Bank :              DTCPMB- Directia de Trezorerie si Contabilitate Publica a Municipiului Bucuresti
Iban Code:      RO27TREZ7005003XXX000069

The certificates issued by National Center of Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas (CNRED) - will be sent to University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest in maximum 15 days.

Admission requirements for non-EU students

The citizens from non-EU countries who wish to study in our university must :

  1. have the documents proving the citizenship of the respective state
  2. have the necessary qualification, attested by educational documents 
  3. have the pre-approval of University "POLITEHNICA" of Bucharest

Non-EU citizens willing to study in Romania have to apply to University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, in order to receive the pre-enrollment.

The Letter of Acceptance will then be issued by the Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sport.

The application forms are available at the International Partnerships and Romanian Diaspora Direction of the Ministry of Education , Research, Youth and Sport or on the site of our university, at the Romanian Embassies abroad, or it can be downloaded directly from the site of the Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sport.

The application papers, only in copy, have to be mailed to the University „POLITEHNICA” of Bucharest, for pre-enrollment. The official documents have to be submitted personally, in original, when applying in Romania.
Before coming to Romania, the international students should have their documents endorsed within the Romanian embassies in their own countries; there, they should obtain a valid visa for studying in Romania.

The citizens from non-EU countries can be registered for studies in University „POLITEHNICA” of Bucharest without entry examination, by supplementing the enrolment figure approved for Romanian citizens.

The staff of foreign official representatives – ambassades, consular offices, economic agencies, international organisations and organisms – and their family members can be accepted in the Romanian higher educational system, under the same regime of tuition fees as the Romanian citizens. The official quality of the these candidats has to be confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Admission to „POLITEHNICA” university is based on the selection of application files.

In order to apply for the Ph.D studies, international students are also required to pass the entry examination.

International students have to prove good knowledge of the teaching language (Romanian, English, French or German).

Usually, they learn Romanian during a preparatory year ( being possible in our university only for candidats that intend to follow postuniversity study).

The candidates who speak Romanian can skip the preparatory year after having passed a test of Romanian language. The candidates who can formally prove that they have studied in Romanian for at least four years consecutively, do not need to pass the Romanian language test nor to attend the preparatory year.

Foreign students who have begun to study in their home country or in another country, can finish their studies in Romania. This possibility depends on each individual case, after the recognition and equivalence of diplomas by our university.

For pre-enrollment, the following application documents are requested:

  1. Application form (filled in 2 copies) ; 
  2. Certified copy of the Baccalaureate Diploma and university Diploma equivalent-for foreign citizens that apply for master and PhD studies ;
  3. Academic transcript translated into Romanian, English, or French; 
  4. Certified copy of the Birth Certificate ; 
  5. Copy of the passport;
  6. Medical certificate.

These documents have to be accompanied by legalized translations in a language of international circulation (by case), certified for authentication by the Embassy of Romania from the issuer country or with Apostille of Hague (for EU citizens).
Before coming to Romania, the non-EU citizens should obtain a valid visa for study in Romania from the Romanian embassies in their own countries.

The studies in University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest can be done in international languages at the following faculties:


  • Faculty of Engineering in Foreign Languages (FILS):
  • Elecronics Engineering and Telecommunications –Applied Electronics (English, French, German)
  • Computers and Information Technoloy- Information Engineering (English, French)
  • Mechanical Engineering (English, French, German)
  • Chemistry and Engineering of Organic Chemicals, Petroleum and Coal Chemistry (English, French)
  • Materials Engineering-Materials Science (English, French)
  • Economical Engineering for Electrical, Electronics and Power Engineering Fields (German) 
  • Economical Engineering for Mechanical Field (German)

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

  • Aerial Navigation (English)


Faculty of Engineering in Foreign Languages (FILS):

  • Business Management (English)
  • Information Biotechnology (English) 
  • Automatic Translation Technology (French)
  • Management and Engineering of Business (German)
  • Industrial Business Engineering (French)
  • Software Engineering ( English)
  • Mechatronics and Bionics. Technique and Organization ( German)

Faculty of Automatic Control and Computer Science:

  • Artificial Intelligence (English)

Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology:

  • Advanced Microelectronics (English)