The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (TUCN) organizes a Preparatory year of Romanian Language for the international students according to the accreditation granted by the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education, Order of the Ministry of National Education published in the Official Journal of Romania No. 680/06.08.2018.
This program is compulsory for the international students who wish to access programs of studies offered exclusively in Romanian Language.
The courses are organized within the Department of Modern Languages and Communication of the university and are taught by specialists professors in teaching the Romanian language as a foreign language. The admission to this program is organized according to the present legislation and according to the specific methodologies and procedures of the TUCN. The actual admission may differ according to different types of citizenship and permanent residence (EU/non-EU).
The course lasts one academic year, and it is split in 2 semesters (60 ECTS) and engages a full training for achieving competences in the field of Romanian language, culture and civilization, as well as specific knowledge in the fields of engineering, applied sciences (mathematics and nature sciences), biology and biomedical sciences. According to the curriculum, the Preparatory year of Romanian Language proposes the following subjects:
|Phonetics, vocabulary and grammar structures/1st semester||8 hours/week (S)||8|
|Oral and written communication I/1st semester||8 hours/week (S)||8|
|Understanding the written and oral text/1st semester||10 hours/week (S)||8|
|Romanian culture and civilization I/ 1st semester||2 hours/week (S)||6|
|Oral and written communication II/2nd semester||5 hours/week (S)||8|
|Writing and composition/2nd semester||6 hours/week (S)||8|
|Romanian culture and civilization II/ 2nd semester||2 hours/week (C),
1 hour/week (S)
|Specialized language/ 2nd semester||2 hours/week (C),
10 hour/week (S)
At graduation, the students have a final exam and obtain, in case of promoting the exam, a certificate of graduation B1-B2 level, according to the European Language Levels. This certificate permits the students to register to specific programs offered by TUCN or by any other accredited university in Romania.
* 1st of April - 14thof July - STEP 1 - Online application
* 15th of July - 17th of July - STEP 2 - Issuance of the Pre-enrolment Consent
* 20nd of July - 24nd of July - STEP 3 - Applications being forwarded to the Ministry of Education and Research
* 24th of July - 11th of September - Issuance of the official response by the Ministry of Education
NOTES regarding intermediate processes:
• TUCN receives the Acceptance Letter issued by the Ministry of Education and Research for successful applicants
• TUCN sends the original Acceptance Letter at the address provided by each successful applicant
• The successful applicant obtains the visa for study from the Diplomatic Mission
* 24th of September - 14th of October - STEP 4 - Presenting the complete set of original documents at IRO and enrolment at the Department of Modern Languages and Communication.
The candidate’s file must contains the following documents:
The file shall be uploaded in the application provided.
All documents not originally issued in English, French or Romanian must be accompanied by legalized translations in one of these three languages.
The Curriculum available @ TUCN may be found at this link
Applicable university fees are listed here.
The candidate’s file is being analyzed by the representatives od the Department of Modern Languages and COmmunication based on the following criteria:
Note: The only documents of study that will be taken into account are the ones issued by an accredited institution
The Department may then issue a Pre-enrolment Consent or a Refusal.
Note: Incomplete files will not be processed and the processing fee will not be refunded.
As soon as the conditions at STEP 2, 2 a are met, IRO will send the candidate’s complete file to the Ministry of National Education for the Letter of Acceptance to studies to be issued.
After receiving the original Letter of Acceptance to studies, the candidate must contact the Romanian Embassy in the native or nearest country and obtain the visa for studies , which is mandatory.
The candidate must submit at IRO (International Relations Office of TUCN) the following original documents:
Note1: IN CASE THE DOCUMENTS OF STUDIES HAVE NOT BEEN ORIGINALLY ISSUED IN ENGLISH OR FRENCH, LEGALIZED TRANSLATIONS ARE BEING REQUIRED.
Note2: INFORMATION REGARDING THE TUITION FEE IS AVAILABLE AT THIS LINK.
Note3:THE ENROLMENT DEADLINE FOR THE CURRENT ACADEMIC YEAR FOR BACHELOR IS THE 14TH OF OCTOBER. DETAILS ABOUT ACCOMMODATION IN THE TUCN CAMPUS MAY BE FOUND HERE.