£150 free credit for books and other learning materials
To welcome all new EU undergraduate degree students starting in 2019, we're giving away at least £150 worth of credit to spend in a host of ways, on books and a range of learning materials. Even better, it doesn't have to be repaid.
Every year we welcome students from Romania and maintain excellent contacts with our graduates living and working in the country.
We have our own Romanian Society, via the Students’ Union, which celebrates special occasions on the Romanian calendar, offers guidance and helps connect Romanians studying at our campuses by arranging cultural trips and social events.
Edmundo – Educativa Group
Integral Programe Educationale
Study Abroad Advising Center
- Andreea Vatea
- Str. Caimatei Nr. 20
- Office Building Etaj 2
- sector 2 Bucuresti
- Phone: 0040751010482
- Email: email@example.com
If you want to apply for a course that requires 112 UCAS points, you will need to obtain Diploma De Bacalaureat with a minimum overall score of 8, including a minimum score of 5 in maths (Year 10). For technical or engineering courses, you will need Diploma De Bacalaureat with a minimum overall score of 8, including a minimum score of 8.5 in maths (Year 12).
For English Language proficiency we accept English Language from Diploma De Bacalaureat with an average grade of B2 or an IELTS score 6.0 with no band less than 5.5 or equivalent. Please note, some courses may require a higher IELTS.
We expect Bachelor students to attain the Diploma de Licenta with a grade 8 at Romanian university or its equivalent.
English language requirements
Every year we provide a number of scholarships and bursaries recognising the talents of our international students, which can help cover part of your tuition fees.
Sorry, there are currently no planned visits by Birmingham City University representatives to your country.
What our students say...
MA Fashion Design
“Throughout this year of studying fashion design at BCU, I enjoyed the freedom to develop my own concepts and explore my creativity. As well as developing these ideas and experimenting with them I have been fortunate to have a variety of facilities available for my use, including photo studios, laser-cutting workshops and even 3D printing, which have broadened my knowledge.”
FAQs for EU students
Want to know more about studying in the UK if you're an EU student? View the FAQs below for more information.