G.T Popa UMF IASI, County of IASI
History and Foundation
One of the oldest educational places in Romania, it was founded in 1879 as a Faculty of Medicine, later being associated with other two institutions which complete the medical instruction area – the Faculty of pharmacy and the Faculty of Dentistry.
In 1991, the institute receives the status of University and the name of the famous representative of the School of Functional Anatomy in Iasi, Grigore T. Popa. Later on, the Faculty of Medical Bioengineering was also included, the only one of its kind in the country. The university is proud today of its valuable professors and the material basis and modern technique, appropriate for the didactic and scientific research activities.
UMF Iasi yearly organises admission sessions for the English section at the following specializations: medicine, dentistry and pharmacy.
Language of Teaching
The university offers Medicine (6 years), Dentistry (6 years) and Pharmacy (5 years) in English and French medium.
*Students who already completed the Romanian language preparatory year (9 months) can enrol directly for Medicine, Dentistry or Pharmacy in the Romanian language medium.
Entrance Examination after issuance of Acceptance letter? No!
The university will assess all your documents and allocate points to each document submitted. During the selection process, applicants must accummulate enough points, otherwise their applications may be rejected (even if they obtain the acceptance letter from the ministry of education). If an applicant has enough point during university's selection process and successfully obtained acceptance letter to study Medicine in Iasi Romania, they can register directly at the university without any entrance examination.
Undergraduate Students: 5000 EUR per year for both EU/EEA and Non-EU/EEA students.
Postgraduate Students: 7700 EUR per year for Non-EU/EEA students
PG students from EU/EEA countries must write the pre-specialty exam 'rezidentiat' (in November) in order to enrol for medical, dental or pharmacy specialty programmes in Romania. The 'rezidentiat' exam (in Romanian language) must be written by all Romanian and EU/EEA doctors seeking specialties.