About Titu Maiorescu University, Bucharest, Romania
|Country: Bucharest, Romania||Tuition Fees: €7500 - €9500||Living Costs: €300|
|Courses: Medicine, Dentistry||Entrance exam: Yes||Graduate Entry: No|
The Faculty of Medicine of Titu Maiorescu University of Bucharest, founded in 1990, teaches based on the principles of modern education, which stimulate competition, advanced skills and efficiency in the national and European academic area.
The faculty is recognised internationally and worldwide by the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) and the World Health Organisation (WHO). Medical and Dental degrees are recognised in the UK, Australia, Middle East, Europe and USA. The faculty is renowned in the Philadelphia, USA, gaining its entry in the annual Yearbook of Medicine Faculties.
Titu Maiorescu University Faculty of Medicine was awarded the maximum rating of “trusted” institution by The Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education, in 2015.
Students are encouraged to take part in research, which is then published and presented at the Joint Scientific Session of Teaching Staff and Students, organised annually.
The university attracts talent to its annual event “Education and creativity for a knowledge-based society” nationally and internationally, allowing you to interact with a diverse set of attendees and be involved in the shaping of teaching. The university has close ties and regular joint programmes organised with the Paris, Innsbruck, Vienna, Tel Aviv, Sapienta, AKH, Vienna, A Coruna and Bergamo institutions).
The university address is 22 Strada Dâmbovnicului Tineretului, București 040441, Romania.
Titu Maiorescu University Tuition Fees
Here you can study medicine and dentistry in English, and both courses are 6 years long. Each offers 45 student seats. Tuition fees for both courses are:
- €7,500 for EU students
- €9,500 for non-EU students
Titu Maiorescu University offers 2 student dormitories with a total capacity of 485 beds. Room types range from single room studios to two-room apartments. All rooms furnished and properly equipped with cable TV, wireless internet, and air conditioning.
Most international students, however, prefer to rent an apartment as it’s still an affordable option. Living costs in Bucharest are generally low compared to other European countries. 1-bedroom apartment rent is around €200 and other monthly expenses are about €400 (including utilities and free time activities)
As Bucharest is the capital of Romania, it’s certain you will never get bored here. The city includes many different points of interest, such as museums, parks, an “old town” district, cathedrals, gardens, shopping malls, clubs, and much more. There’s enough for everybody.
Titu Maiorescu University Admission & Entry Requirements
To be part of this exciting medical school experience, you will have to:
- Pass in Biology and Chemistry at High School level (or for UK candidates, Pass in Biology and Chemistry at A-levels)
- Basic entry test in Science and English, which we can help you pass
Admission fees are around €100.
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Curriculum & Syllabus
The curriculum and syllabuses are based on modern concepts, from an interdisciplinary perspective, following the international higher education standards and medical standards. Titu Maiorescu University of Bucharest’s focus on clinical skills development leads to their students being awarded “the best clinical practice of students and the excellence of their insertion on the labour market” as trained doctors.
Titu Maiorescu University students have access to over TWENTY hospitals around Bucharest to studying medicine and dentistry in Europe students are encouraged to take advantage of the numerous integrated internship programmes for maximum skill development. Lecturers and Professors usually arrange a free weekly meeting with students to build comfort and rapport and monitor your progress.
There’s currently no curriculum or syllabus available. Feel free to take a look at these files for previous years, just to get an idea of what subjects are included for both programs.
You will get an international degree in medicine when you complete your studies successfully.
The GMC recognises Titu Maiorescu University. To be accepted, the GMC’s requirements are: you will need to have graduated successfully in a course which contained at least 5,500 hours and lasted at least three years.
The university meets the criteria of acceptance into the GMC