The Higher Education Commission is pleased to share that Romanian government offers scholarships to citizens of non-EU countries.
The Romanian government scholarships are offered for a Bachelor’s degree, a Master’s degree or a Doctorate. Applicants can select the program of study they are interested in from all fields, except medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy.
For doctoral scholarship the agreement in principle of the scientific coordinator is required (supporting statement/acceptance letter). Admission of the candidates opting for doctoral studies is conditional on passing the entrance exam.
All foreign citizen with the exception of the EU and EFTA member states. Priority is given to citizens of non-EU and non-EFTA states that don’t have an agreement with Romania for cultural and educational cooperation.
The language for all courses taken by the students selected to receive the scholarship will be the Romanian language. Students that declare knowledge of the Romanian language must pass the Romanian language test, according to the Romanian law.
Application of candidates wishing to study economics and business administration, agricultural science, technical science, oil and gas will be promoted as a priority. Application covering other areas will be taken into account to the extent of the places available.
For more information, please visit the below mentioned link.
The last date of submitting application is 30 June 2023.
Note: It is the sole responsibility of student(s) applying for any professional degree (Medical, Engineering, Nursing, Architecture, Law, Veterinary Medicine etc.) to first get confirmed its accreditation from the respective Councils i.e. Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC), Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC), Pakistan Nursing Council (PNC), Pakistan Council for Architects and Town Planners (PCATP), Pakistan Bar Council (PBC), Pakistan Veterinary Medical Council (PVMC), Pakistan Technology Council etc.
Students can apply directly for scholarships. There shall be no liability on part of HEC, in any case.