Citizens from European Union member states, citizens from the European Economic Space, from the Swiss Confederation and from EU third countries who are interested in attending “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati will be enrolled in undergraduate and post-graduate studies only after graduating the Romanian language preparatory year or on the basis of a Romanian language certificate. During the preparatory year, the candidates will learn the necessary Romanian language vocabulary as well as the specific vocabulary needed for the future studies.

The one-year, full-time academic programme in Romanian as a Foreign Language is addressed to foreign citizens who wish to gain entry to a Romanian degree programme (undergraduate, master’s, PhD level).

Students attending the Romanian preparatory course are required to pay a fee of 220 Euro/month.
Required documents:

1. Application form for the Letter of Acceptance, filled in entirely – 2 copies:

The standardized form can be downloaded from here:

2. Study document – certified copy and translation – which qualifies the person for the respective form of education (baccalaureate diploma or its equivalent) and which must be endorsed by the authorities of the issuing country;

Original diplomas issued in states that are not part of the Hague Convention Apostille will be authenticated by:

  1. the Ministry of National Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the issuing country, the Embassy/ the Consular Office of Romania in the issuing country and by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania or by;
  2. the Ministry of National Education from the issuing country, the Embassy/ the Consular Office of the issuing country in Romania and by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania.

3. Transcript of Records – copies and certified translations - related to the studies carried out and the analytical program, in case students request the recognition of some study periods;

4. Document confirming the residence abroad – copy;

5. Birth certificate – copy and legalized translation;

6. Passport – copy;

7. Medical certificate – in an international language – confirming that the person who is going to enroll does not suffer from contagious diseases or other conditions incompatible with the future profession.

The candidate shall submit the above documents directly to the University which further sends them to the Romanian Ministry of Education. This issues a Letter of Acceptance which is the basic document for subsequent enrollment.
Candidates from EU member countries, EEA member countries and countries of the Swiss Confederation who apply to our university shall comply with the provisions of Address No. 714_CNRED/156.03.2012/GL