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    Amil is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Transferring to Carol Davila

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    Hi there...

    Does anyone know how the whole transfer process works? I ve already done one year in russia, and want to do my second year in Romania, most likely Carol Davila Uni. I have already got my acceptance letter but I have no idea what to do next.

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    You have to get in touch with the administrative people there. I strongly recommend visiting in person. Your files will be evaluated by the university and you may have to take some exams in order to transfer credit, as well as to cover any differences between the two curriculums.

    Where were you studying in Russia? How come you want to transfer?

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    Hi

    I'd like to transfer to Carol Davila, Constanta Oradea or Cluj. Do they accept transfers and Can I apply to all of them? Any information would be good

    Thanks

    Jay

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    Yes. all romanian medical schools accept transfer students...most of the time to 2nd, 3rd or 4th year. however you may apply to only 1 (although after your acceptance letter is issued, you may change it to any other university of your choice).

    Carol Davila Bucharest, Iuliu Hatieganu Cluj are a bit rigid with transfer students however if you provide PROOF that you merit the class you want to be placed in, you won't have any problems.

    Oradea & Constanta are a bit flexible with transfer students however you must also provide PROOF that you merit the class you want to be placed in.

    P.S: Transcripts, practical books, etc., are needed (take all PROOF that you can lay your hands on) -- the university 'transfer committee' + the secretary will determine the class you will be placed in & determine the number of difference examination you will to write (you will need to pay about 60 EUR per credit as a Non-EU student in most schools--courses may be between 1 to 9 credits--the difference exams must also be written within your first academic year). Most 'transfer' cases are determined in September/october nd you can only be considered if you already obtain the acceptance letter to study Medicine in that University from the ministry of education. So, first thing first -- apply for letter of acceptance/letter of acceptance for recognition of studies---your class WILL NOT be written on your acceptance letter!!!
    When you get to Romania you will sort the transfer stuff out at your medical school...

    all d best....
    Last edited by whitehouseforall; 01-23-2012 at 06:33 AM.

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