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    Magica is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Hello I am student of medicine 2 year in Lviv(Ukraine) but I am polish nationality and I would like to transfer to Romania for ex Oradea to 3rd year, I already wrote to admission department and miss Ramona rewrote to me that Lviv students are accepted and I can send documents but I am not sure abt the price of studies, I saw messages where people says that on each higher year the payment is lower like for ex 1 year is 4000 euro and next years are less expensive for ex last year is even 500 euro, is it true ? Can anyone tell me please how much would I have to pay if I transfer to 2nd or 3rd year of general medicine (English) faculty ? And I also heard there is exam from biology or chemistry, and if I pass it I can pay less for studies, is it possible for the transferring students ? and one more question, Before I send my documents to Oradea do I have to send them to ministry of education in ?Romania to be accepted ? and to how many universities can I send the documents, is there any limit ? I would be grateful for reply to any of this questions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magica View Post
    Hello I am student of medicine 2 year in Lviv(Ukraine) but I am polish nationality and I would like to transfer to Romania for ex Oradea to 3rd year, I already wrote to admission department and miss Ramona rewrote to me that Lviv students are accepted and I can send documents but I am not sure abt the price of studies, I saw messages where people says that on each higher year the payment is lower like for ex 1 year is 4000 euro and next years are less expensive for ex last year is even 500 euro, is it true ? Can anyone tell me please how much would I have to pay if I transfer to 2nd or 3rd year of general medicine (English) faculty ? And I also heard there is exam from biology or chemistry, and if I pass it I can pay less for studies, is it possible for the transferring students ? and one more question, Before I send my documents to Oradea do I have to send them to ministry of education in ?Romania to be accepted ? and to how many universities can I send the documents, is there any limit ? I would be grateful for reply to any of this questions
    Hi there. Unfortunately, I do not have all of the info.

    Tuition fees at Oradea is one of the cheapest in Romania I believe. I also heard there is an entrance exam for EU citizens at Oradea. Your EU or non-EU high school diploma needs to be recognized by the ministry.

    Did Ms. Romana tell you when the admission period will open?

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    I am also interested in Oradia, is any one have any info for Entrance exam and the process of Admission.

    Any help will be greatly appriciated.

    Thanks,
    Tillu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tillu View Post
    I am also interested in Oradia, is any one have any info for Entrance exam and the process of Admission.

    Any help will be greatly appriciated.

    Thanks,
    Tillu.
    The are many website that have info about Oradea University, check the Oradea website and they will tell you how to apply

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