Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy Timisoara 

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Romanian National

Victor Babes Medical and Pharmaceutical University Timisoara


English and French courses


Romanian National Victor Babes Medical and Pharmaceutical University Timisoara 2020 Application Guidelines

The 2021 requirements will be announced as soon as they are published


English course recruitment capacity 50 people Annual tuition fee 6000 euros


Admissions requirements:

Required documents to be submitted

1) Admission application

2) Resume

3) Request for issuance of admission permit

4) High school graduation certificate Notarized after being translated into Romanian by a certified translator

5) High school transcript (biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, science, etc.) Translated into Romanian by a certified translator and notarized

6) Birth certificate (extract of family register) A notarized person after translating into Romanian by a certified translator.

7) Health Examination Certificate Notarized after being translated into Romanian by a certified translator

8) Copy of passport Must be valid for 6 months or more

9) 6 passport-sized photos

10) Document review fee 150 euros for bank designated account payment remittance certificate


Document submission period: Early submission is accepted

Our foundation undertakes application / admission support. We will hold a briefing session, so if you would like to apply after that, please apply.



Timisoara's "Victor Babes" Medical and Pharmaceutical University was founded as the first faculty of Western University, following Decree No. 660 issued and signed by His Majesty Michael I of Romania. December 30, 1944; The new Timisoara School of Medicine was launched on July 15, 1945. Timisoara School of Medicine opened on July 15, 1945 and consisted of 412 students in the first year.

An important change in the course of the medical education process was in October 1945 when teachers were given the "Banatia" Building (1936), the current residence that previously belonged to the "Banatia" Foundation of the Catholic Church. It has occurred. Clinical training initially began in four hospitals, but students are now being trained in more than 25 teaching hospitals in 12 buildings. Until 1948 – School of Medicine. Between 1948 and 1990 – became a medical institute, and from 1948 it covered three faculties: general medicine, pediatrics, and hygiene. Since 1990 – University of Medicine and Pharmacy. Since 2001, the university has been named after the renowned scientist Dr. Victor Babes. To date, more than 25,000 students have graduated from Timisoara Medical College. It includes a significant number of international students from all over the world.

Timisoara Medical University "Victor Babe University" has three faculties, and there are several specialties within the faculties. , Dental School (Dental Medicine, Dental Technology, Dental Registered Nurse), Pharmacy School (Pharmacy, Pharmacy Assistant). Timisoara's "Victor Babes" Medical and Pharmaceutical University has several student hostels, offering accommodation for all students, including first-year students. The university has two laboratories: its own library, an IT research center, a computer science department, and medical informatics. The medical school has undergone a permanent transformation, despite all the difficulties it had to face. Currently, Timisoara Medical College's Victor Babes is recommended as one of the most prestigious institutions of higher education, ensuring even more valuable results in the training of both doctors and pharmacists of future generations. I will. Or when providing medical assistance to the dentist and the community. Research is an integral part of our academic activities, and universities are becoming an increasingly integral part of our international research network. Our university has basic and clinical research (immune histology, first kidney transplant from corpse in Romania, first in vitro fertilization, skin flaps in reconstructive surgery, animal-based experimental surgery). Both graduate and graduate students are encouraged to participate in research activities and publish the results of their activities in well-known medical journals.