International Students

1. Choose the program

In FILS, the study programmes are described here for bachelor studies and here for master studies.

They are available in English, French or German, as presented.

Summary description for bachelor studies:

Computer ScienceEnglishFrench
Electronics EnglishFrenchGerman
Mechanical Engineering  EnglishFrench
Chemical Engineering   English
Engineering and Industrial Management (electric field) German
Engineering and Industrial Management (mechanics field) German

Summary description for master programs

In English:

  • Business Administration and Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Energy Engineering
  • Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering
  • Advanced materials processing and design

In French:

  • Management, innovation et technologies des systèmes collaboratifs
  • Ingénierie des systèmes industriels
  • Technologies de la traduction automatique

In German:

  • Geschäfts- und Industrieverwaltung
  • Nachhaltige Geschäftsexzellenz und Leadership in der Industrie

2. Contact UPB and apply

Procedure steps and required documents are listed on UPB International students webpage.

EU Students

  • Admission procedure – is performed according to the UPB Methodology
  • Candidates from European countries, other than Romania, must have their study documents recognized and validated by the Romanian National Centre for the Recognition and Validation of Diplomas (CNRED,, part of the Romanian Ministry of Education and Research. This procedure is done by each candidate, by submitting the necessary files directly to the Ministry of Education and Research, and only after receiving the Certificate for the Recognition of studies, the candidate is able to register at the faculty.
  • Admission calendar (June – August) and details/documents – here. For further questions, contact us at:

Non-EU Students

  • Admission procedure – is performed according to the UPB Methodology
  • Enrollment period: March 1st, 2021 – August 31st, 2021
  • Contact for documents submission:
  • Non-EU students interested in studying at UPB need the following documents and forms:
    1. Birth certificate – certified and translated copy;
    2. Copy of the document which attests current residence;
    3. Copy of the passport;
    4. Application form for the release of the letter of acceptance to the study programme (Annex 2);
    5. A certified and translated copy of the Baccalaureate diploma or its equivalent, authenticated by the proper authorities of the country of issue. For UPB study programmes, it is mandatory to study a minimum of 2 specialized subjects (mathematics, computer science, statistics, physics, chemistry, economics or technology);
    6. Certified and translated copy of the certificate attesting to the promotion of the baccalaureate exam for the graduates of the current year;
    7. Transcript of records – certified and translated copy of the document, related to the completed studies;
    8. Certificate of competency in foreign languages, for the students who want to follow the programmes taught in a foreign language (English, French, German);
    9. Medical certificate (in a foreign language) certifying that the person in case does not suffer from any contagious diseases or other afflictions incompatible with their future profession. The health certificate must comprise information that show the current health condition of the owner and, possibly, personal antecedents as to chronical diseases and SARS-COV2;
    10. Declaration regarding processing of personal data for the enrolment process (Annex V);
    11. Declaration engagement for payment of study tax (Annex VI).
  • You will need to obtain a study VISA
  • Tuition fee: 2430 Euro/academic year (9 months)
  • For more details, please visit the UPB website – Students from NON-UE countries
  • When coming for enrollment, the candidates will present their study documents at the Foreign Students Service (Rectorate Building, AN029), in original, along with the necessary translations.

UPBApply  will become also available in short time…

3. Accommodation

within the Campus;

details here.

 4. Other usefull information

Tuition fees

Academic year calendar:

semester 1: start – October 1st, 14 weeks of school, 3 weeks of exam session, 1 week of holiday

semester 2: start – end of February, 14 weeks of school, 3 weeks of exam session, summer holiday

autumn: failed exam session (2 weeks, in early September)


Solving the puzzle of a new country: healthcare, language and career for non-EU students! –  17 noiembrie 2021,  17.00-19.00.