Master's Programs

Educational Offer

Faculty of Exact Sciences

Employment Opportunities

Graduates have employment prospects in national and international research and production laboratories (food, pharmaceutical, cosmetology industries), environmental factors testing agencies, the field of information technology, etc.

Faculty of Natural Sciences

Employment Opportunities

Graduates have employment prospects in academic and pharmaceutical centers, environmental agencies, clinical and medical diagnostic laboratories, public health laboratories, ecological and environmental expertise laboratories, etc.

Faculty of Humanities Sciences

Oportunităţi de angajare

Graduates have employment prospects in media structures, as political analysts, national security centers, NGOs.

 

Admissions information

Admissions calendar

Applications for participation in the competition 16 – 31 July
Announcement of provisional results by 3 August
Submission of original documents to institution of choice by 7 August
Announcement of final results by 10 August
Competition (for vacant places)  
Applications for participation in the competition 12 – 14 August
Announcement of provisional results by 17 August
Submission of original documents to institution of choice by 19 August
Announcement of final results by 20 August

Admissions procedure

Admission to cycle II, Master’s programs is done in accordance with Regulations on the organization of Master’s studies, cycle II, approved by Government Decision no. 1455 of 24.12.2007 and internal regulations.

The following applicant categories may be admitted to Master’s programs:

  • holders of Bachelor’s degree diplomas
  • holders of Bachelor’s degree or equivalent diplomas issued before the first class of graduates enrolled in cycle I, in accordance with art. 27 of Education Act no. 547-XIII of 21 July 1995

Admission to Master’s programs is done on a competitive basis. Registering for the admission competition to Master’s programs is done as follows:

  • Master’s research programs are open to holders of Bachelor’s degree diplomas in the same or related specialty fields, holders of Master’s degree diplomas in related fields and holders of Bachelor’s and Master’s degree diplomas in other fields that hold a certificate confirming the accumulation of 30 credits of compensation of studies
  • professional Master’s programs are open to holders of Bachelor’s degree diplomas and holders of Master’s degree diplomas in unrelated fields.

Registration to the admission competition is done for one program only.br /> The admission competition to Master’s programs involves the following:

  • written or oral test in a specialty subject
  • foreign language aptitude and computer skills tests.

Language and computer aptitude may be recognized on the basis of international certificates issued by authorized centers (TOEFL, DALF, Europass, DAAF, ECDL, etc.).
The methodology of admission competition average mark calculation is set by internal admissions regulations.
Admission to tuition-based places is done according to the same criteria as admission to budget financed places. Candidates that have already received a state budget financed Master’s program may only enroll in tuition-based Master’s programs.
Upon written request of the applicant (indicated in the admission competition application form), enrollment to tuition-based places is done (in descending order of the admission competition average mark), including applicants to budget financed places that passed the admission tests but have been accepted to budget financed places as the last candidate listed.
Enrollment to Master’s programs is done according to the enrollment plan in descending order of the candidates’ admission competition average mark. The validation of admission results to Master’s programs and enrollment of candidates who have passed the competition is done by the order of the rector of the institution.

 

Required application documents:

  • application form (to be completed at the UnASM)
  • university graduation diploma, original and one copy
  • diploma supplement, original and one copy
  • identity card, original and one copy
  • medical certificate no. 086, issued the current year
  • 4 color photos 3x4 cm
  • copy of employment record book certified by the human resources department, if the candidate is employed
  • marriage certificate, in case of change of surname, original and copy of confirmation document
  • military service or military recruit certificate, original and one copy

 

Consultation and exam schedule

 

Consultation schedule for Master’s program candidates
Master’s program entrance exam schedule

 

Exam and contestation procedures

 

Contestations shall be submitted in writing to the Admissions Committee no later than 24 hours from the announcement/displaying of the results, and complaints are resolved within 48 hours from submission of request.

Admission competition average mark calculation

The overall average competition mark is calculated using the following formula:
MC = 0,6MAS + 0.4N
MC – overall average competition mark;
MAS – average mark for years of study at the previous stage (Bachelor’s degree);
NE – mark on specialty test

The evaluation of foreign language aptitude and computer skills tests is done on pass/fail basis. Candidates who have failed any test will be removed from the competition.

 

Admissions Committee work schedule

 

Admissions Committee for Cycle II, Master’s degree

Monday – Saturday: 0830-1630

3/2 Academiei St., 1st floor, office 2

Places available for the second admissions competition

Admission results

Budget financed programs

Tuition-based programs

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