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Admission documents


All the documents from the admission file must either be originally written in Romanian, English or French, or they must be legalized copies translated into one of these languages.

The admission file will be submitted in duplicate (one copy of the file for CNRED and one for the University – USAMV Iaşi) and must contain legalized and apostilled copies of the following documents:

A. Admission file for candidates who are citizens of the European Union / the European Economic Area / the Swiss Confederation member states (EU/EEA/SC)

(1) All the documents from the admission file must either be originally written in Romanian, English or French, or they must be legalized copies translated into one of these languages.

(2) The admission file will be submitted for the University – USAMV Iaşi) and must contain legalized and apostilled copies of the following documents:

  • the CNRED recognition request form
  • the Application form for admission to studies at USAMV Iaşi, written in Romanian or English, all requested information filled in and photos attached.
  • Diplomas or Certificates of graduation for graduates of 2021, as applicable:
    - for admission to undergraduate (BA) studies (1st Bologna cycle): Baccalaureate diploma or a certificate of graduation, that replaces the diploma, for students who graduate in the summer of 2021;
  • Transcript of Records / Diploma Supplement, for the diplomas mentioned at point c.
  • Birth certificate.
  • Passport – legible copies of pages 1 to 4 from the passport, which specify information about the person and contain a photo – or any other national document of identity which is recognized on EU territory.
  • Medical certificate, in a language of international circulation (English, French) to prove that the person registered for studies does not suffer from spreading diseases or other illnesses that are incompatible with the future profession. The University reserves the right to further request the opinion of a specialized medical commission (Occupational Medicine) to check candidates with chronic diseases/disabilities
  • Marriage Certificate, or any other document which certifies the change of name, if applicable.
  • Language Certificate or proof of having completed at least 4 consecutive years of studies in the language of instruction ofthe program of studies for which the candidate applies. If the candidates are native speakers of that language or they come from a country where the language of instruction of the program of studies at the University (USAMV Iaşi) is recognized as an official language, the language certificate is not necessary. The candidates who choose studies withRomanian as language of instruction but cannot provide these certifying documents, will have to enroll in a preparatory year for studying Romanian, therefore they will be considered as ineligible for the current session of admission contest.

CNRED

Candidates who are citizens of EU/EEA/SC member states will include the documents required for the recognition of diplomas and certificates by CNRED (the National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas) (https://cnred.edu.ro/en/recognition-studies-european-citizens-admission-undergraduate-studies-in-Romania) in the physical admission file, or, in case they have already obtained the CNRED certificate of recognition of studies, they must submit the certificate itself.

Legalization / Authentication

Authentication of study documents (*)

  1. Diplomas from Moldova do not need any form of authentication.
    Diplomas issued before 2008 (and diplomas issued after 2008 which cannot be verified online (https://ctice.md/verif) shall be accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from the Ministry of Education of Moldova (https://mecc.gov.md/ro/content/autentificarea-si-recunoasterea-actelor-de-studii#faq-Autentificarea-actelor-de-studii) which shall be submitted in original.
  2. The Hague Apostille
    (https://www.hcch.net/en/instruments/conventions/specialised-sections/apostille) is requested for diplomas from countries which are parties to the Hague Apostille (https://www.hcch.net/en/instruments/conventions/status-table/?cid=41), issued by the competent authorities (https://www.hcch.net/en/instruments/conventions/authorities1/?cid=41) in the issuing countries. The Hague Apostille is requested for diplomas from Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal and Cyprus.
  3. Diplomas issued in countries which are not parties to the Hague Apostille Convention shall be authenticated (https://www.mae.ro/node/6869) or accompanied by an authentication certificate from by the competent authorities in the issuing countries;

(*) Legalization/Authentication is done by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the issuing country, the Embassy/Consular Office of Romania in the issuing country and the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs or by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the issuing country, the issuing country’s Embassy/Consular Office in Romania and the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; for countries where Romania does not have a diplomatic mission or countries which do not have diplomatic missions in Romania, the study documents shall be legalized by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the issuing country;
(*) Legalization/Authentication exemption is allowed under the law of an international treaty to which Romania is party or on a reciprocity basis.

List of countries for which the authentication of study documents is requested:
https://cnred.edu.ro/en/list-of-countries-for-which-the-authentication-of-study-documents-is-requested


B. Admission file for candidates who are not citizens of the European Union / the European Economic Area / the Swiss Confederation member states (non-EU/EEA/SC)

(1) All the documents from the admission file must either be originally written in Romanian, English or French, or they must be legalized copies translated into one of these languages.

(2) The admission file will be submitted in duplicate (one copy of the file for the Ministry of Education and Research - MEC and one for the University – USAMV Iaşi) and must contain legalized copies of the following documents:

  • the Application form for the issuance of the Letter of Acceptance to studies
  • the Application form for admission to studies at USAMV Iaşi, written in Romanian or English, all requested information filled in and photos attached.
  • Diplomas of graduation:
    - for admission to studies undergraduate (BA) studies (1stBologna cycle): Baccalaureate diploma or a certificate of graduation, that replaces the diploma, for students who graduate in the summer of 2021
  • Transcript of Records / Diploma Supplement, for the diplomas mentioned at point c.
  • Birth certificate.
  • Passport – legible copies of pages 1 to 4 from the passport, which specify information about the person and contain a photo.
    At the date on which the Letter of Acceptance to studies is issued, the passport must be valid forat leastanother 6 months
  • Document specifying the permanent residence abroadin the home country (issued by a local authority) - copy
  • Medical certificate in an international language (English, French) to prove that the person registered for studies does not suffer from spreading diseases or other illnesses that are incompatible with the future profession. The University reserves the right to further request the opinion of a specialized medical commission (Occupational Medicine) to check candidates with chronic diseases/disabilitiesi. Marriage certificate, or any other document which certifies the change of name, if applicable.
  • Language Certificate or proof of having completed at least 4 consecutive years of studies in the language of instruction of the program of studies for which the candidate applies. If the candidates are native speakers of that language or they come from a country where the language of instruction of the program of studies at the University (USAMV Iasi) is recognized as an official language, the language certificate is not necessary. The candidates who choose studies with Romanian as language of instruction but cannot provide these certifying documents, will have to enroll in a preparatory year for studying Romanian, therefore they will be considered as ineligible for the current session of admission contest.

Legalization / Authentication

Authentication of study documents (*)

  1. Diplomas from Moldova do not need any form of authentication.
    Diplomas issued before 2008 (and diplomas issued after 2008 which cannot be verified online (https://ctice.md/verif) shall be accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from the Ministry of Education of Moldova (https://mecc.gov.md/ro/content/autentificarea-si-recunoasterea-actelor-de-studii#faq-Autentificarea-actelor-de-studii) which shall be submitted in original.
  2. The Hague Apostille
    (https://www.hcch.net/en/instruments/conventions/specialised-sections/apostille) is requested for diplomas from countries which are parties to the Hague Apostille (https://www.hcch.net/en/instruments/conventions/status-table/?cid=41), issued by the competent authorities (https://www.hcch.net/en/instruments/conventions/authorities1/?cid=41) in the issuing countries. The Hague Apostille is requested for diplomas from Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal and Cyprus.
  3. Diplomas issued in countries which are not parties to the Hague Apostille Convention shall be authenticated (https://www.mae.ro/node/6869) or accompanied by an authentication certificate from by the competent authorities in the issuing countries;

(*) Legalization/Authentication is done by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the issuing country, the Embassy/Consular Office of Romania in the issuing country and the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs or by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the issuing country, the issuing country’s Embassy/Consular Office in Romania and the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; for countries where Romania does not have a diplomatic mission or countries which do not have diplomatic missions in Romania, the study documents shall be legalized by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the issuing country;
(*) Legalization/Authentication exemption is allowed under the law of an international treaty to which Romania is party or on a reciprocity basis.

List of countries for which the authentication of study documents is requested:
https://cnred.edu.ro/en/list-of-countries-for-which-the-authentication-of-study-documents-is-requested



MENTIONS REGARDING THE DOCUMENTS OF STUDY

The Romanian Ministry of Education imposes a set of requirements for a certain number of diplomas (such as a minimum average grade obtained at the high school graduation exam/Baccalaureate, a minimum number of subjects relevant for the field of study students apply for, that need to appear on the high school graduation exam/Baccalaureate, certain types of diplomas that are recognized/or not, etc.).

Therefore, students who wish to apply are kindly asked to contact the International Relations Office (bri@uaiasi.ro or +40 232 407.367) and ask about these requirements, depending on the country where they have studied in.



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