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Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest

Key details 2022

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International students




Preparatory year


General information

The Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest (UTCB) is a tertiary educational institution with a long history of successful contributions to Romania’s development.   UTCB has its roots in the “School for Land Surveyors” (1818) and in “The school of Bridges, Roads and Mines” (1867), thus being one of the oldest Romanian universities. The University is mostly devoted to education and research in civil engineering and related fields, and in the recent years started to also offer study programs in applied informatics, applied modern languages and educational sciences. 

With a competitive and well recognized academic staff, UTCB is a major actor not only in civil engineering education, but also in research, consultancy, services, design codes and technical regulations. Since 2019 UTCB is member of the European University for Smart Urban Coastal Sustainability EU-CONEXUS, a transnational European higher education and research institution with partner universities from France, Greece, Romania, Lithuania, Spain, Croatia, Ireland, Germany and Cyprus.

  Key Figures (2022)

   Number of faculties: 7

   Number of study programs: 62

   Preparatory year in Romanian: Yes

   Students: 5,619

   International students: 293

   Places in dormitories: 2,000

Supplementary to the study programs in Romanian languages, at UTCB you can find two bachelor programs in French language and one in English (all of them EUR-ACE® labelled) and two masters programs in French (with dedicated double-diploma agreements with Liège University, Belgium, and La Rochelle University, France) and one in English. Other double-diploma agreements for civil engineering bachelors and masters are available, with École de Ponts ParisTech and with Groupe INSA, both from France. These agreements supplement many ongoing Erasmus+ agreements of UTCB. At UTCB you can also enroll to the Preparatory Year in Romanian Language t


a semester or a whole academic year;

Autumn term (enrolments):

in early October-application deadline end of July

Spring term (enrolments):

March-application deadline end of January


Foreign students can be housed in halls of residence of UTCB or in private accommodation, with the assistance of the Erasmus+ Office. Meals can be served at the University cafeteria. The average room and board expenses for international students are currently around 47 Euro per month.The application form is available at: http://erasmus.utcb.ro/incoming

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