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Ovidius University Constanta

Located in: Romania

Ovidius University is Europe's largest Black Sea university. It was founded in 1961 and hosts over 15,000 students, 1200 of which from abroad. The school offers courses in both dentistry and medicine and is officially recognised by the GMC.


Quick Facts

Location
Constanta, Romania
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Courses
Medicine, Dentistry
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Tuition
€ 6000
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Graduate Entry
No
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Entrance Exam
No
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Living Costs
€ 750/month
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About Ovidius University of Constanta, Romania

Founded in 1961 as an institute and transformed into a comprehensive university in 1990, Ovidius University Constanta, also known as Constanta Medical School, is one of the youngest and most modern medical universities in Romania.

It is named after a famous Roman poet Publius Ovidius Naso, whose statue graces the city. The university has 16 schools totalling more than 30 specialisations, including Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Economics.

Constanta is home to one of the largest libraries in Romania, with more than half a million publications held within. It is the fifth-largest city with a population of 300,000, located only 220km from the capital city of Romania, Bucharest. Whether it's the beautiful harbour by the Black Sea, the spectacular landmarks, or the various archaeological sights, there’s always something worth seeing in this beautiful city.

Romania is well known for its low cost of living and the numerous universities, counted among the best in Europe. It’s no wonder that they attract a large number of students internationally.

The university offers Medicine in English and lasts 6 years with 360 ECTS Credits offered. Like most universities, the course consists of two parts; Pre-clinical and Clinical. The first three years feature the theory and pre-clinical stage, focusing on fundamental knowledge and laboratory practicals. The last three years are where you will gain clinical experience within the hospitals with surgical courses offered.

Student transfers are possible here, but there’s no option for 4- or 3-year accelerated medical courses.

The university is located at Bulevardul Mamaia 124, Constanța 900527, Romania.

Extracurricular and Leisure Activities

Students in the medical faculty can join several student organisations, including the international AIESEC. They organise over 12 projects annually, 100 internships, and 250 leadership positions.

Furthermore, international students at Ovidius University are over 1,100. About 50% are from Europe, and 40% are from the Middle East. The most represented countries on campus are Israel, Greece, Turkey, and Moldova.

Last but not least, Ovidius University has an extensive research programme for all of its faculties. The Medical Faculty students can participate in exciting projects, and it would contribute to their careers in a meaningful way.

Ovidius University of Constanta Tuition Fees

The tuition fee for international students looking to study dentistry or medicine in English is € 6000 per year.

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Ovidius University Admission & Entry Requirements

To be eligible for entry into the first year of medicine, you have to:

  • Pass in Biology & Chemistry during the final three years of High School. (UK students must have Passed Biology & Chemistry at A-Level).
  • Pass the English test (we will help you do so). However, you are exempted from it if you are a native English speaker or have an English language proficiency certificate from an accredited institution.

Applications must be submitted as early as possible, especially for non-EU applicants, so they get a visa before September. The application period is from 11 May – to 18 June. There’s also a second one from 26 July – 25 August.

Admission fees for 2020/2021 for international students:

  • File processing fee – 100€
  • Application fee – 100€
  • English language test fee – 150€ (if needed)
  • English proficiency examination fee – 100 € (if needed)
  • Enrollment fee – 100 €

At Medlink Students, we specialise in maximising your chance to get admitted to medical school in Romania. We can ease your application process and prepare you for any entrance exam. Moreover, we will support you throughout your entire education and help you practise as a doctor in the UK.

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Student Accommodation

Ovidius University offers a total of 4 dormitories that accommodate over 1300 students. Space is limited, and acceptance is competitive. Priority is given to international students who receive a scholarship from the Romanian government.

On the bright side, living costs in Constanta are below the European average, so your best option is to rent an apartment close to the university campuses. A single bedroom flat will cost you around €260 to 450 per month, depending on the location. Living costs amount to around €500 (rent excluded).

You can, however, take advantage of the university cafeteria, which offers affordable meals and is situated on the central university campus. Nearby, you can find Ovidius University Library, though you can access it online via the virtual library.

There’s a language centre where you can either practise your Romanian language or communicate with other students in English, German, French, and Italian.

You can participate in various athletic activities in the University Sports Centre, such as aerobics, basketball, bodybuilding, dance, yoga, football, tennis, and volleyball.

Accreditation

The degree is presented as a Master’s Degree with the title of Physician (MD) and is universally recognised worldwide. This enables graduates to practice in the EU and UK, and sit for a licensing exam in the USA and Canada.

The GMC recognises Ovidius 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.

Life as a Medical Student in Constanta, Romania

Constanta came into existence after the defeat of the great Persian Empire by the brave and defiant queen Tomyris. In a historic battle, Tomyris slew no other but Cyrus the Great, and in commemoration of her victory, she founded a city on the Black Sea coast. She named it Tomis after herself.

Centuries later, the Roman emperor renamed the city Constanta in honour of his sister Constantia, another noble-born woman of great power. The name means “constant”, and it perfectly suits the city's spirit because there is a sense of permanence here.

Constanta is a vibrant city in the warm months with its beaches and seaside attractions such as the dolphinarium and the many excellent seafood restaurants. In addition, the city has many nightclubs and bars competing for the attention of aspiring doctors. Besides, the Never sea Music Festival is an annual event of international popularity.

In the colder months, Constanta remains a cultural centre with more subtle delights such as the philharmonic, opera, and theatre stages. In addition, future doctors could explore the historical Old Town of Constanta or stroll along with the city's many parks.

And if you are looking for a weekend getaway from the city, there is always the Danube Delta Micro Reservation as a top destination. It is less than a couple of hours' drive away, and it is an unforgettable experience. The natural park is home to unique bird and plant species, and the boat tours are a splendid way to observe them.

Term Dates

The academic year usually starts on the 1st of October.

Accommodation Costs

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RENT
~€ 220/Mo
UTILITIES
~€ 20/Mo
TRANSPORT
~€ 25/Mo
FOOD
~€ 100/Mo
LEISURE
~€ 100/Mo

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Living & Studying In Ovidius University Constanta

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Ovidius University of Constanta?

The university is located in Constanta, Romania. The city lies on the eastern Black Sea coast, 150 km south of Danube’s delta. The university’s address is Bulevardul Mamaia 124, Constanța 900527, Romania.

Can you transfer to Ovidius University of Constanta?

Yes. Transfers are possible for medical students.

Can you study graduate entry medicine at Ovidius University of Constanta?

No. Fast track medicine is not possible at this medical school.

How much do tuition fees cost at Ovidius University of Constanta?

Tuition fees for medicine and dentistry are € 6000 per year.

Where is Ovidius University of Constanta recognised?

The university's medical graduates get international recognition of their degrees. The World Health Organisation recognises it through its World Directory of Medical Schools. In addition, the UK General Medical Council also recognises the university.

Can you study medicine in English at Ovidius University of Constanta?

Yes. You can study general medicine and dentistry in English.

Does Ovidius University of Constanta have graduates registered with the GMC?

Yes. The university has almost 300 graduates registered with the UK General Medical Council.

Is there an entrance examination for Ovidius University of Constanta?

No, there is no entrance examination.

What are the entry requirements for the university?

Students are required to have passed three years of Biology and Chemistry in their secondary education. In addition, there is an English-proficiency exam for non-native speakers.

When does the semester begin?

The Autumn semester starts on the 1st of October.

When is the application deadline?

The application deadline is on the 8th of September.

Is Ovidius University good?

Ovidius University is the largest EU school of higher education on the Black Sea. The campus boasts modern lecture halls and labs. Students can engage in a range of research projects, from nanotechnology to cancer treatment. In addition, the university hosts over 1100 international students from all over the world.

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