Business Stiintele Consumatorului si Managementul Calitatii,
Turism si Geografie
Admission and registration procedure 15th September- 15th October
The acceptance letters are issued by the Ministry of National Education and Scientific research and forwarded by the International Student Office of the applicants.
Upon receipt of the acceptance letter, the applicants will be required to confirm their place by paying the tuition fee for the first year of studies (2250 Eur) within three weeks from the receipt of the letter.
Upon arrival in Romania, you are invited to register with the university. To register, newly admitted students must present their original application documents along with a certified translation of their documents into Romanian.
Registration fee: 250 euros
EU, EEA, and Swiss citizens study under the same conditions as Romanian students (studies financed by the state budget or with tuition fee approx 800 Eur/year)
Non-EU citizens: 2250 Eur/year
Estimated cost of living in Bucharest: 500 euro/month
Academic requirements: high-school graduation diploma (Baccalaureate) or equivalent from an accredited institution.
Language requirements: minimum B2 level of proficiency for the language of instruction at ASE (English/French/German/Romanian). For the applicants who don’t have an international certification or who are not native speakers of the language of study, the admission will be conditional, upon completion of a language test in ASE.
Application file: (documents: certified/authorized translations into English or Romanian)
Application period: 15th April – 15th August
High-school graduation diploma or equivalent and transcripts of records for the high school years
Marriage certificate (if applicable)
Medical certificate stating that the applicant is fit for university studies
Depending on the country of citizenship, a foreign student may enter the Romanian territory by using one of the following options: EU/EEA/SWISS identity card; passport; study visa.
Complete information is available on the website of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: http://mae.ro/en/node/2035