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Best Universities for Bachelor Programs in Romania 2024

Number of institutions: 8
    • Pitești, Romania

    The first higher education school in Piteşti was founded in 1962 and was called the "3-year Pedagogical Institute" with pedagogical specializations in Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Philology and Physical Education, and Sports. The opening of the technical specializations followed, leading to the establishment of the Institute of Sub Engineers (1969), united in 1974 under the name of the Institute of Higher Education.

    • Oradea, Romania

    The mission of the University of Oradea is to provide education and research to a high standard of quality in a national and international context of social, professional and, last but not least, intellectual development of the individual, and at the same time to contribute to the social and cultural development of Oradea. These missions are shaped by objectives such as attracting students from all over the world, positioning the university among the best educational institutions in the country and in Europe and conveying a wider community to the significance and importance of academic education and scientific research in general and the one conducted within this university, in particular. The University of Oradea has materialized international relations with 352 institutions from 39 countries.

    • Cluj-Napoca, Romania

    Babeş-Bolyai University (UBB) is currently the largest Romanian university, hosting around 47.000 students enrolled in Bachelor, Master or Ph.D. programs in the 2019-2020 academic year. The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration (FSEGA) of UBB is the best Romanian higher education institution in Economics and Business.

    • Timișoara, Romania

    Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Timișoara is part of the Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania” from Timișoara.

    • Târgu Mureș, Romania

    The University of Arts Târgu-Mures is currently preparing actors, puppeteers, directors, choreographers, impresarios, playwrights, theatre critics, designers, music teachers in Romanian and Hungarian.

    • Constanța, Romania

    Ovidius University of Constanta (UOC) is a public institution of higher education founded in 1961, that became a multidisciplinary university in 1990, with programs for Bachelor, Master and Doctorate, a quality accreditation recognized by national and international institutions with high confidence.

    • Timișoara, Romania

    The Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania” from Timi?oara (BUASVM) is an institution specialized in agronomical and veterinary higher education, with a national and European span.

    • Bucharest, Romania

    Spiru Haret University (USH) is the biggest private university in Romania. It was set up and accredited as a higher education institution by the National Education Act 443/2002. USH Bucharest is part of Romania de Maine Foundation - founded on the 19th of January 1991 by Professor Aurelian Gh. Bondrea within a social and political context open to the democratic changes in Romania. The name assigned to the university is intrinsically linked to Spiru Haret personality. Founder of the national modern education, Spiru Haret is the promoter of a large social and cultural movement with national echoes.