ACCOMMODATION IN UNIVERSITY’S CAMPUS FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS
The University of Bucharest may accomodate the students in the limit of the available places.
The alternative for all independent students is renting a flat or renting a room in a private campus.
In case you decide to rent a flat we strongly advise you to contact a real-estate agency (agenţie imobiliară). The commission fee is usually 50% of the rent for 1 month. Most often for a two-room flat you have to pay between 250 – 300 EUR per month. All utilities have to be payed separately: water, electricity, gas, telephone, etc.
Note that it is necessary to sign an accommodation contract with the landlord (the contract will be required to the Immigration Office in order to apply for the residence permit). A deposit representing the rent for the first three months is usually required. It will be refunded at the end of your stay, provided that you leave the flat in good condition.
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The accommodation in the students’ campus for the academic year 2019 – 2020 is organized by the International Relations Office for the following categories:
– Scholarship holders foreign students/diaspora registered in the first year for bachelor, master or PhD program;
– Scholarship holders foreign students/diaspora registered for the preparatory year Romanian language course;
– Exchange students.
The accommodation form have to be sent between August 1st, 2019 – September 23, 2019, at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org or, alternatively, to be submitted in person at the International Relations Office (bd. Mihail Kogalniceanu, nr. 36 – 46, sector 5, block C, 2nd floor, campus of the Faculty of Law).
Important! Students belonging to other categories that those mentioned above are kindly asked to contact the Faculties where they are already enrolled.
International Relations and Foreign Students Office
Monday-Thursday: 11:00 – 13:00
36-46 Mihail Kogalniceanu Bd, campus of the Faculty of Law, block C, 2nd floor, 050107, sector 5, Bucharest
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