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"Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati

Key details 2021

Institution type

Public

Faculties

14

Doctoral Schools

0

Study programs

222

Students

13,531

International students

6,242

Academic staff

-

Nationalities

37

Preparatory year

Yes

“Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati, as a public institution, assumes the mission to train specialists, at the level of excellence, in diverse socio-economic domains, to participate in sustaining and disseminating science and culture and to contribute to enriching the national knowledge patrimony through scientific research, knowledge and innovation, permanent learning and interculturality. “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati sustains and promotes its strategies within the local regional, national and international community.


This mission is achieved by:
• developing a proficient university management;
• planning and creating a more efficient, modern and balanced development based on social demand of educational offer;
• democratic adoption of transforming decisions and of university development;
• applying quality management principles in organising and managing institutional activities;
• improving research and artistic creation activities; scientific research as an essential activity will generate knowledge and innovation in view of science and technology development, of socio-economic progress.

There are a number of good reasons for choosing “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati as an international student:

  • multicultural, cross-border university with over 12.500 students enrolled;

  • more than 700 professors;

  • 14 faculties;

  • more than 200 partner universities;

  • excellent quality of teaching;

  • links and exchange programs with institutions worldwide;

  • accommodation for international students in modern university residence, within walking distance of the teaching and research facilities.

    • more than 100 partner universities from 22 foreign countries;

    • bilateral agreements with 13 EU countries and 15 non EU countries, out of which Erasmus with 22 countries;

    • international full-time students enrolled: about 1626 from EU and non EU countries;

    • Erasmus students: 332 outgoing students and 225 academics in Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Turkey and 138 incoming Erasmus students and 50 academic staff and professors; 

    • CEEPUS students: over 25 students from Bulgaria, Poland, Moldova, Serbia, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia;

    • "Eugene Ionesco" students: 52 doctoral and post-doctoral students from Madagascar, Cameroon, Mauritania, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Togo, Vietnam, Moldova and Georgia;

    • visiting professors from universities in Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Japan etc. delivering lectures on various topics.

The university offers the members of the academic community all the necessary conditions to harness their skills in educational activities, through scientific research and within the socio-cultural manifestations which they organise.

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Duration:

up to 12 months

Autumn term (enrolments):

around October 1st

Spring term (enrolments):

around mid-February

Housing:

The university offers accommodation to incoming exchange students in one of the three Student Dormitories, comfortably suitable for accommodation and study purposes, with all necessary facilities including bathrooms, kitchens, self-service washing- machine room              and Wi-Fi internet access. The price for person is approximately 85 Euro/month (facilities included).


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Other relevant information:

1. Before the beginning of each semester, the Erasmus Office offers a 2-week intensive course in Romanian language and civilisation. The course is free of charge and students are strongly recommended to attend it.

2. The Erasmus Office has volunteers who will help the incoming students with the first steps of living and studying in Galati. 
3. A Welcome Day for incoming students is arranged twice a year, at the beginning of each semester.
4. For further information regarding the cost of living, sport facilities and leisure activities, practical information please check:   http://www.en.ugal.ro/files/erasmus/2020/4/Erasmus_incoming_student_guide.pdf.

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Galati Student’s League

The oldest and most important student organisation is the Galati Student’sLeague, with a history of 17 years in student representation. It is a student syndicate that actively promotes, encourages and defends student rights at a local and at a national level. It is a fully privileged member of ANOSR – (The National Association of Student Organisations from Romania), which is a member of ESU.

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AIESEC– Association Internationale des étudiants en sciences économiques et commerciales

Mainly created for Economical and Commercial Science Students, but they accept students with other majors too. It is an international profession-based organization that emphasizes on practical projects and demonstrations and on cultural exchanges. Offers international student exchange opportunities.

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ASCOR– Romanian Christian Orthodox Students Association

Mainly for students majoring in Theology, but open to anybody willing to adhere. It organizes many religious and spiritual activities, including conferences, concerts, poetry contests, plays, pilgrimages. The Galaţi Student’s League has a long-time collaboration with ASCOR and they often organize joint events or participate in each other’s activities.

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The Bessarabian Student’s League

It is part of the Galati Student’s League and was specially created to meet the needs of Romanian ethnic students coming from Bessarabia. It tends to the needs of these particular students and has projects such as the Bessarabian Freshmen Tutoring Programme, which includes a complete guide on how to arrive in Galati, become a student at “Dunărea de Jos' University and start college life. Students also receive a personal tutor in the person of an older, more experienced Bessarabian student. This club also hosts a celebration for its anniversary which includes a full week of creative events and activities.

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“Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati, as a public institution, assumes the mission to train specialists, at the level of excellence, in diverse socio-economic domains, to participate in sustaining and disseminating science and culture and to contribute to enriching the national knowledge patrimony through scientific research, knowledge and innovation, permanent learning and interculturality. “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati sustains and promotes its strategies within the local regional, national and international community.


This mission is achieved by:
• developing a proficient university management;
• planning and creating a more efficient, modern and balanced development based on social demand of educational offer;
• democratic adoption of transforming decisions and of university development;
• applying quality management principles in organising and managing institutional activities;
• improving research and artistic creation activities; scientific research as an essential activity will generate knowledge and innovation in view of science and technology development, of socio-economic progress.

There are a number of good reasons for choosing “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati as an international student:

  • multicultural, cross-border university with over 12.500 students enrolled;

  • more than 700 professors;

  • 14 faculties;

  • more than 200 partner universities;

  • excellent quality of teaching;

  • links and exchange programs with institutions worldwide;

  • accommodation for international students in modern university residence, within walking distance of the teaching and research facilities.

    • more than 100 partner universities from 22 foreign countries;

    • bilateral agreements with 13 EU countries and 15 non EU countries, out of which Erasmus with 22 countries;

    • international full-time students enrolled: about 1626 from EU and non EU countries;

    • Erasmus students: 332 outgoing students and 225 academics in Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Turkey and 138 incoming Erasmus students and 50 academic staff and professors; 

    • CEEPUS students: over 25 students from Bulgaria, Poland, Moldova, Serbia, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia;

    • "Eugene Ionesco" students: 52 doctoral and post-doctoral students from Madagascar, Cameroon, Mauritania, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Togo, Vietnam, Moldova and Georgia;

    • visiting professors from universities in Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Japan etc. delivering lectures on various topics.

The university offers the members of the academic community all the necessary conditions to harness their skills in educational activities, through scientific research and within the socio-cultural manifestations which they organise.

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