Back to the list

 

 


Full name of University

 

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi

Romania

Number of MAUI/AEN
students you can accept during 2015/16.
Indicate total number of semesters.

2 students for each field of study  (30
semesters)

 

Contact person for

Mrs Livia DIMITRIU

Head

incoming students
name, title, full address, phone,

Department of International Relations

fax, email

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University

Bd.  Carol I nr.11, 700506, IASI,

ROMANIA

Tel: +40 232 201821

Fax: + 40 232 201802

Email: livia.vranescu@uaic.ro

 

Gina MARINESCU

International Relations Officer

Department of International Relations

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University

Bd. Carol I nr. 11, 700506, IASI, ROMANIA

Tel: +40 232 201821

Fax: + 40 232 201802

Email: gina.marinescu@uaic.ro

 

Contact person for outgoing students name, title, full address, phone, fax, email

Mrs Livia DIMITRIU
Head
Department of International Relations Alexandru Ioan Cuza University
Bd.  Carol I nr.11, 700506, IASI, ROMANIA Tel: +40 232 201821
Fax: + 40 232 201802
Email: livia.vranescu@uaic.ro

 

Gina MARINESCU
International Relations Officer Department of International Relations Alexandru Ioan Cuza University
Bd. Carol I nr. 11, 700506, IASI, ROMANIA
Tel: +40 232 201821
Fax: + 40 232 201802
Email: gina.marinescu@uaic.ro


 

General University Website

www.uaic.ro

International Office/ Website for Incoming Students

http://www.uaic.ro/en/international/dep
artment-international-relations-2/

 

http://www.uaic.ro/en/international/inter national-students/

 

 

Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students
List explicitly

Biology,  Chemistry,  Computer  Science,
Economics and Business Administration, Geography and Geology, History, Law, Letters, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physical Education and Sports, Physics, Psychology and Education Sciences, Theology, European Studies

 

 

Open undergraduate areas of study taught in English
List explicitly

Business Administration, Economics and
Finance, Computer Science, Mathematics, English Language and Literature, American Studies, Translation and Interpreting

 

BA programmes in languages other than English:
Biochimie (in French)
Géographie du tourisme (in French) French Language and Literature German Language and Literature Italian Language and Literature Spanish Language and Literature Russian Language and Literature

 

Are graduate areas open for exchange?

 

  • Yes
  • No

 

 

Areas of study open to graduate exchange students
List explicitly

Biology,  Chemistry,  Computer  Science,
Economics and Business Administration, Geography and Geology, History, Law, Letters, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physical Education and Sports, Physics, Psychology and Education Sciences, Theology, European Studies


 

 

Open graduate areas of study taught in English List  explicitly

Applied Mathematics
Risk Theory and Applications Software System Engineering Computational Linguistics Computational Optimization Information Security Distributed Operating System
Advanced Studies in Computer Science Biophysics and Medical Physics
Plasma Physics
Spectroscopy and Self-Organization Advanced Materials. Nanotechnologies Modelling and Simulation
Business Chemistry Environmental Geochemistry Molecular Genetics
Studies of International Development Software Development and Business Information
Finance and Risk Management Marketing Management American Studies
Applied Linguistics – Teaching EFL Translation and Terminology

 

MA programmes in languages other than English:
Tourisme et développement régional (in
French)
Biotechnologies (in French) Etudes Francophones (in French)
Teaching French as a Foreign Language and Intercultural Education
German Culture in European Context
French Language, Literature and Civilisation
Italian Language, Literature and
Civilisation
Spanish Language, Literature and Civilisation
Russian and Polish Languages, Literature and Civilisations

 

Can advanced undergraduate exchange students take graduate level courses?

  • Yes

 

  • No

 

Can graduate students take undergraduate level courses?

  • Yes

 

  • No

Areas of study restricted
to prior bilateral agreements between exchange departments or faculties

N/A

 

Areas of study not available to MAUI/AEN students

N/A

Websites for course offerings
Both in host language & English offerings

http://www.uaic.ro/en/studies/academic-
programmes-taught-english-french/

Are summer courses available as exchange (non fee-paying)?
If so, please provide summer school website.

  • Yes

 

  • No

 

Orientation session(s) for incoming students
Is it mandatory, indicate dates and costs

Not mandatory, but recommended.

 

Academic Calendar
Please list exact dates.

1st semester:
October 1 2015 – Mid February 2016 (Christmas holiday + exam session included)

2nd semester:
Mid February 2016 – End of June 2016 (exam session included)

 

Examination period(s)

Mid January 2016 – Beginning of February
2016
Mid June 2016 – End of June 2016

If there is a break between the academic course calendar and exams can arrangements be made so
the student may take exams early?
(i.e. semester ends in December and exams are late January).

 

  • Yes

 

  • No

 

Application deadline for each term

June 1 (1st semester)
November 1 (2nd semester)

 

Application website.
If paper only, please write “paper only.”

http://www.uaic.ro/en/international/inter
national-students/free-movers/

How does the application
and admissions process differ for undergraduates versus graduates?

Graduate   students   should   provide   a
proposal for the research they wish to undertake and get an acceptance from the faculty where they are going to be registered.

 

Course registration deadline

August 15 (1st semester)
December 1 (2nd semester)

 

Do students register for classes in advance or upon arrival?

  • In Advance

 

  • Upon Arrival

 

Are prior arrangements needed to secure a visa before arrival in country?

  • Yes

 

  • No

 

Language Requirements

Good command of Romanian for courses
taught in Romanian.

Language test certificate required?
If so, which and when: before admission or upon arrival?

TOEFL, Cambridge Advanced (C1), other
certificates – proving an above average proficiency in English. Language test certificates required before admission.

Preparatory language course for incoming students?
Indicate dates and costs

  • Yes

 

  • No

Are there any special advising or registrations concerns that students should be aware of? Are services available to assist in registration or course selection?

Academic  advising  support  on  request
through the agency of the contact person from the Department of International Relations.

Required minimum and maximum number of credits available through the exchange
For both undergraduate  & graduate

In accordance with the signed learning
agreement   or   as   set   by   the   home university.



Is housing assistance available? How do students apply, and is it guaranteed?
  • Yes

 

  • No

 

 

Housing options

Accommodation  in  the Targusor-Copou
Campus (C3 residency) in triple rooms and in the “Gaudeamus” Centre for International Exchanges in double  or triple rooms.

 

Housing Website and Contact Person(s)

http://www.uaic.ro/en/international/er
asmus- programme/students/accommodation/

 

http://www.uaic.ro/en/turul-virtual-al- universitatii-alexandru-ioan-cuza-din- iasi/gaudeamus-student-hostel- canteen/gaudeamus-centre- international-exchanges/

Do students apply for
housing with the irregular application or is it separate?
Please list housing application deadline.

Accommodation form to be filled in and
sent by email before August 1 (for the 1st semester) and before December 1 (for the 2nd semester)

 

Is housing available between breaks in the term?

  • Yes

 

  • No

 

 

Is there a campus meal plan?

  • Yes

 

  • No

 

Total cost estimates per month in Euro
(broken down below)

 

 

400 EUR

-Housing

100 EUR

 

-Meals

200 EUR

 

-Books

40 EUR

 

-Local Transportation

20 EUR

 

-Health Insurance

40 EUR

 

-Other
(please indicate and specify any mandatory additional fees)

Non   EU   students   must   purchase   an
insurance   policy   once   they   arrive   in Romania.


Is comparable health
insurance coverage from abroad allowed/not allowed?
If not, please include fees in “other” field above.

 

  • Yes
  • No

Are health facilities available at the university?

Free of charge medical assistance in the
campus.

 

Are internships available?

  • Yes

 

  • No

 

Are student jobs available/allowed?

  • Yes

 

  • No

 

Other important notes

http://www.uaic.ro/en/international/int
ernational-students/free-movers/

Last updated

November 2014