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The knowledge is universal. Saying this statement is a truism. Nowadays, thousands of people go so far abroad in order to get training, even if there are a lot of opportunities in this domain at home. You are bachelor, student, you wish to study in Europe. Contact us! We are offering you a flawless opportunity. The goal of our structure is to help people who are willing to finish their higher education in Romania.

We are in charge with the preselection of the candidates, with leading the procedure to obtain their acceptance letters, their welcoming and their accommodation. The new-comers will be welcomed at the airport and guided during their first steps.

Romania offers a great number of high quality facilities comprising training in diverse subjects. The diplomas that are delivered in this country are valid and recognized in all European Union.



The organization of Romanian education system

The Romanian education system comprises four levels: preschool, basic (primary and lower secondary), upper secondary and higher. Each of these levels of education includes both public and private institutions.

Pre-school education is not compulsory; it receives children aged 3 to 6 years. This level of education is performed in kindergartens, which are organized into three sections: the small (3-year-old children), the average (4-year-olds) and the large (5-year-olds) the latter having the status of preparatory class and thus having a larger workforce than the other sections.

Basic education corresponds to compulsory schooling, which lasts 10 years in Romania and concerns children aged 6 to 15 years. It includes elementary education (classes I to IV for pupils from 6 to 9 years of age), lower secondary education called “gymnasial” (classes V to VIII for pupils aged 10 to 13) and then a two year secondary school cycle, i.e. technical secondary education in arts and crafts schools (classes IX and X for 14- and 15-year-old pupils).

Upper secondary education concerns high school. It is a two-year cycle (Classes XI and XII, for pupils aged 16 and 17) which prolongs the one followed by gymnasal studies. Continuation of studies in upper secondary education is also possible for pupils in the arts and crafts schools who, after completing one year of complementary studies (class XI), can continue their studies in the technological high school (classes XII and XIII) . Upper secondary education ends with an examination of the baccalauréat, which opens the door to higher education.

Higher education is the prerogative of universities. Since the 2005-2006 academic year, the studies have been structured according to the model promoted by the Bologne agreements, that is to say the organization in three cycles of respectively three, two and three years leading in turn to the Master’s and doctoral degrees, which may be different in the case of certain subjects (for example in medicine or in technical fields). Apart from the universities and their different faculties there are post-secondary schools in various fields (secretariat, health, etc.).