The Romanian government pays 75 euros per month for a bachelor’s degree, 75 euros for a master’s student, and 75 euros for a Ph.D. student.
Romania is a country of 92,045.7 square miles in southeastern Europe. According to the 2016 census, about two crore people live in the country. Romania is the 12th largest country in Europe by area and the sixth-largest country in the European Union by population. Bucharest is the capital and largest city. Bucharest is often referred to as the Paris of Eastern Europe because of its structural compatibility with the French capital, Paris. Notable cities in the country include Brasov, Yash, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, etc.
The results of the Romanian scholarship are announced on 15 July every year. The scholarship is given to study all subjects except medicine and pharmacy. The student does not have to bear any cost of education under the scholarship. The government bears the cost of accommodation. The Romanian government pays 75 euros per month for a bachelor’s student, 75 euros for a master’s student, and 75 euros for a Ph.D. student.
Bulgaria borders Romania to the south, Serbia and Hungary to the west, Ukraine, and the Republic of Moldova to the east. Besides, the country has a coastline of the Black Sea along the 245 km southeast line. Romanian is the name of the language used in the daily life of the people of Romania. 92% of the people of the country speak this language. However, French and English are spoken in the country. Romanian is the only language spoken in Eastern Europe, which belongs to the Latin language family. Romania became a member of the European Union in 2006.
The Romanian national currency is the Romanian Liu. Romania is currently one of the fastest-growing economies in the European Union. Heavy industries such as oils made from grapes, apples, mustard, and various vegetables and various pharmaceutical, chemical, iron, and steel industries, types of machinery, textiles, and automobile factories have boosted the Romanian economy.
Some of the notable universities in Romania include the University of Bucharest, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Babes-Bolyai University, Alexandru Ivan Cuja University, West University of Timisoara, University Polytechnic of Bucharest, University of Bucharest, etc. A student can pursue higher education at any level ব্যা Bachelor’s, Masters or Ph.D. in Romania. Every year, the Romanian government provides scholarships for higher education to citizens of countries that are not part of the European Union. Scholarships can be applied from mid-November to the last week of April each year.
All you need to do is apply for a scholarship:
* Scholarship application form;
* University application form for the university you are interested in studying;
* Copies of all educational certificates and transcripts;
* Copy of birth registration or birth certificate;
* Biographical pages of the passport as well as the first three pages;
* Medical certificate;
* CV in Euro pass format;
* Two passport size photos;
There is no Romanian embassy in Bangladesh. For this reason, everything from scholarship application to visa has to be done by contacting the Romanian Embassy in Delhi. All academic documents have to be legalized by the Romanian Embassy in Delhi. To legalize any academic documents from the Delhi Embassy, they must first be attested by our Ministry of Education and the Ministry of External Affairs. Many times a notary may be required. The Romanian embassy in Delhi charges Rs 2,750 per page for the legalization of a document, and the original document is required for legalization of the document.
Contact address with the Romanian Embassy in Delhi :
Address: D6/6, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi
Phone: 0091 11 26140447; 26140700
Fax: 0091 11 26140611
E-mail: [email protected]
Detailed information for the scholarship can be found on the website below.
What to do
All documents must be in English or French, or Romanian. Once the document is ready, it has to be sent by courier to the Romanian embassy in Delhi. The Romanian embassy in Delhi will verify the documents and send them to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The results of the scholarship are announced on July 15 of each year. The scholarship is given to study all subjects except medicine and pharmacy.
The government of the country will bear all the expenses of the student’s education under the scholarship. Accommodation will be allocated in the student hostel for accommodation. The cost of accommodation will also be borne by the government.
A bachelor’s student will also be paid 75 euros per month, a master’s student 75 euros, and a Ph.D. student 75 euros per month. In the past, students coming to Romania for higher education under this scholarship had the opportunity to study English. Since last year, the Romanian government has made it a rule that everyone who comes to higher education at the bachelor’s or master’s level must study in Romanian.
So before enrolling in the university, every student has to take a compulsory course on the Romanian language for one year. Ph.D. students, however, have no such obligation.