For the 2019- 2020 academic year, the Romanian State offered to foreign citizens through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in keeping with Government Decision No 288/1993, 85 scholarships for under- and post-graduate studies in Romania, by means of selection of application files organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) and the Ministry of National Education (MNE), in keeping with the Romanian current legislation.
This scholarship program is managed and organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of National Education and Scientific Research based on the regulations that apply in Romania in the field of education.
This scholarship program is an official program of the Romanian Government
- Cost of education
- Accommodation costs for dormitories
- Living costs € 65
- Indonesian citizen
- Report value above average
- Copy of ID card
- Photocopy of Certificate of Senior High Schoolthat has been legalized in English
- Photocopy of legalized birth certificate in English
- 2 pieces of recent passport size photos
- Photocopy of another value transcript
- Photocopy of the first 3 (three) pages on the passport.
- Curriculum Vitae (CV) in English
- A health certificate stating that the candidate does not have an infectious disease or other disease which might hamper the study concerned
- Cover Letter issued by Romanian diplomatic representatives or the Indonesian Embassy in Bucharest.
- Scholarship application form from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania ( download.docx )
- Application form for issuing Acceptance Letters from the Ministry of Education and Culture of Romania ( Download.doc ). The Acceptance Letter is required for registration at the University and submission of a long-stay visa application.
How to Apply:
- Registration documents are sent directly by mail or to the MFA.
- Applicants' documents will be selected by the MFA Committee.
- Documents selected by the MFA Committee will be forwarded to the MNE Selection Board.
- Announcement of selection results June 17, 2019
- The Ministry of Education and Culture of Romania will issue Acceptance Letter to Study in Romania. This letter will also mention the Romanian language preparation program Fiika is needed) and its institutions.
- If it turns out that the selected University does not have a slot, then the Ministry of Education and Culture of Romania will offer slots in other universities that have more or less the same profile, according to the availability of slots. Scholarship recipients also have the right to refuse the offer, which will then be considered as refusing a scholarship.
- After accepting the Acceptance Letter, the Caton Scholarship Recipient must contact the Romanian Embassy in his home country to apply for a long stay visa.
- Scholarship Recipient Candidates must confirm their decision to accept or reject the scholarship
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