"Iuliu Hatieganu" University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca, Romania

 

     

 

 

Degrees:

·         Medicine: in English (200 Places) or in French (120 Places)

·         Dentistry: in English (50 Places) or in French (50 Places)

·         Pharmacy: in English (40 Places) or in French (80 Places)

Tuition fees:

·         Medicine: 6 years - 6000€ per year

·         Dentistry: 6 years - 6000€ per year

·         Pharmacy: 5 years - 6000€ per year

 

Application procedure: for the study programs with courses taught in English or French, the evaluation of application files containing proof of the applicants’ academic performance and personal achievements for citizens of the European Union, the EEA, the Swiss Confederation and third countries. Applicants who choose to study in English or French can only benefit from tuition fee places. These applicants are evaluated:

a. by a committee appointed by each faculty;

b. according to a timetable approved each year by the Board of Directors;

c. by analysing the documents included in the application files;

d. by applying general selection criteria as well as criteria specific to each faculty.

English or French language proficiency is demonstrated by the inclusion in the application file of an internationally recognized language certificate.

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Iuliu Hațieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, is the oldest medical education institution in Transylvania, a continuation of the Faculty of Medicine which was founded in 1919, as a part of the Superior Dacia University. Higher education in Cluj-Napoca dates from 1581. University life gradually developed, outlining various fields and specialties of study. Among them, medicine has played an essential part. The university has over 6,000 national and international students, 2,400 resident physicians, 93 Master degree students, 700 PhD candidates, as well as over 1,100 teachers and researchers. The university is classified as an "advanced research and education university" by the Ministry of Education. The Bologna process is understood and applied within the faculty. The European system of transferable credits (ECTS) and the supplement to the diploma have been introduced successfully for a number of years.

Cluj-Napoca, commonly known as Cluj, is the second most populous city in Romania, after the national capital Bucharest, and the seat of Cluj County in the northwestern part of the country. On the site of the city was a pre-Roman settlement named Napoca. After the AD 106 Roman conquest of the area, the place was known as Municipium Aelium Hadrianum Napoca. Located in the Someșul Mic River valley, the city is considered the unofficial capital to the historical province of Transylvania. From 1790 to 1848 and from 1861 to 1867, it was the official capital of the Grand Principality of Transylvania. Today, the city is one of the most important academic, cultural, industrial and business centres in Romania. Among other institutions, it hosts the country's largest university, Babeș-Bolyai University, with its famous botanical garden. With one of the most vibrant economies in the country and a population of around 330,000, Cluj, is today a vibrant cultural and educational city. The six state and several private universities located here also make Cluj-Napoca the city with the largest percentage of student population in Romania. As of 2015, Cluj-Napoca is European Youth Capital. The main square, resplendent with 18th and 19th century buildings and home to many shops and restaurants, is dominated by the 15th century St. Michael's Church, one of the finest examples of gothic architecture in Romania. The square also claims the 18-th century baroque Banffy Palace, housing the weaponry and Romanian art collections of the Art Museum.