Cooperation between Romania and the Republic of Moldova in the areas of education, scientific research and culture, continued by three agreements

30 September

The Government approved today three Memorandums of cooperation between Romania and the Republic of Moldova, documents whereby there will be continued the cooperation between the two states in the fields of education, scientific research and culture.

The first of these considers a cooperation protocol between the Ministry of Education and Research of Romania and the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Moldova for 2015-2018 school years. According to the document, Romania will ensure annually 950 seats in state pre-university education of young people from the Republic of Moldova, as follows:

• 750 seats with scholarship and without tuition fees for secondary school graduates from the Republic of Moldova;

• 50 seats with scholarship and without tuition fees for Republic of Moldova’s citizens, graduates of 8th grade in Romania;

• 150 seats without scholarship, but exempt from tuition fees, for Moldovan citizens who want to continue their studies in Romania, at the proposal of school inspectorates and who do not fall within any of the categories mentioned above.

        In the state university education, Romania offers yearly 1175 seats without tuition fees, of which:

• 700 seats with scholarship for undergraduate studies for high school graduates with a baccalaureate diploma in the Republic of Moldova;

• 300 seats with scholarship for undergraduate studies for high school graduates with a baccalaureate diploma in Romania;

• 100 seats without scholarship for undergraduate studies, Baccalaureate holders in the Republic of Moldova;

• 50 seats for Master's degree studies with scholarship for high school graduates with bachelor's degree obtained in Romania or another EU Member State;

• 25 seats for doctoral studies with scholarship and without tuition fees for bachelor's degree graduates from Romania or another EU Member State.

In addition, for Moldovan citizens, undergraduate graduates in Romania or in another EU state there are granted 25 seats of residency studies with scholarship and without tuition fees.

The Romanian state still provides a training program for teachers in pre-university and university education in the Republic of Moldova by granting a 300 month-scholarship of training, of which 200 months-scholarship for teachers in pre-university education and school inspectors and 100 month -scholarship for teachers in higher education. Other 200 months are for student mobility, a priority being history, social sciences, literary studies, art and culture.

Under the Cooperation Protocol, the Republic of Moldova will give young people in Romania:

• 100 seats with scholarship and without the tuition fees for undergraduate studies;

50 seats with scholarship and without the tuition fees for Master’s Degree studies;
50 seats with scholarship and without the tuition fees for Doctoral studies;
100 months –scholarship for academic mobility, internships, documentation stages, and training stages – specialization for teachers from pre-university, university and research education.

 

The studies offer can be supplemented according to requests and the financial possibilities of the receiver state.

The Ministry of Education and Scientific Research from Romania offers 25 scholarships for participation in the summer courses of Romanian language, culture and civilization, organized by universities of Romania, and 1000 seats in camps for pupils and students, through the “ARC” Camp Program, funded and organized by the Department Policies for Relations with Diaspora within the Foreign Affairs Ministry, in cooperation with the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

At the same time, Republic of Moldova makes available to Romanian pupils 100 seats in school camps.

The protocol further stipulates the support provided by Romania for the development of university extensions in the Republic of Moldova, thus: extension of Al. I. Cuza University of Iasi to Al. Russo University of Balti, and the extension of Dunarea de Jos University in Galati to B.P. Hasdeu University in Cahul.

The parties agreed that the recognition of studies, diplomas, certificates and scientific titles is done according to the Agreement concluded in this respect between the Romanian Government and the Government of the Republic of Moldova on June 20, 1998, with further amendments and the compulsory European norms on the recognition of professional qualifications.

Furthermore, cooperation between the two states will include also:

 

 

 

 



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