For the Academic year 2019-2010, at the Interdisciplinary School for Doctoral Studies , there are 48 study places available, as it follows:
- 10 study places within Mind, Language and Cognition Interdisciplinary Research Training Groups.
- 10 study places within Complex Systems Disentanglement through Data Analysis Interdisciplinary Research Training Groups.
- 28 study places available in the other fields in which the members of the Doctoral Schools are able to coordinate doctoral studies.
Out of the 48 study places, 8 are subsidized by the Romanian Government.
In order to be enrolled in an interdisciplinary Ph.D. program at ISDS-UB you have to complete four tasks:
1) Contact an ISDS Supervisor in order to agree on a research topic and to prepare a research project
Note: If you are a non-EU candidate, you need to obtain a provision agreement from a potential supervisor in order to obtain the Admission Letter from the Ministry of Education and visa.
2) Prepare and submit your admission file at the ISDS-UB office
NOTE: There are specific documents required depending on the type of candidate (Non-UE, Romania or European citizen)
3) Participate and pass the Admission Colloquium
4) Validate you place
Download the ISDS-UB Admission Methdology
In order to meet the necessary deadlines, please access the 2019 September Admission Calendar
For admission to a Ph.D. research program, we expect you to hold a Master’s degree in addition to a Bachelor’s degree and proficiency in English (check here the accepted types of English Certificates). You will need to provide information about the higher qualifications you have achieved or which you’re currently studying. You must also show that you have a sufficiently good level of written and spoken English to meet the demands of our academic environment. Please note that meeting academic requirements does not guarantee entry, it is only one of the factors taken into account when selectors make their decision. Other factors, such as relevant work experience and references are also important.
Special Provisions for Non-EU candidates
For Non-UE candidates, please take into consideration that after browsing the research topics offered by ISDS-UB and choosing a research topic which fits your scientific interests, you must contact the corresponding potential supervisor (using the email address provided below) to ask for his coordination and for an provisional agreement to coordinate your research. All this is necessary in order to obtain the Acceptance Letter from the Ministry of National Education. As a rule, the request for admission to study at the University of Bucharest has to be sent to our University. Then we will send our approval to the Ministry of Education in Bucharest so that you would receive the Acceptance Letter.
The application file has to be sent by post between April 15 – July 26, 2016, to the following address: 36-46 Mihail Kogalniceanu Bdv., district 5, 050107, Bucharest, Romania Office for International Relations and Foreign Students, University of Bucharest. The University of Bucharest will process your file and will send it to the Ministry of National Education for evaluation. It may take up to 30 working days to receive an answer from the Ministry of National Education. You can finad more about this process by accessing the Admission for Non-EU Citizens.
Once you obtained the Acceptance Letter from your potential supervisor, you are qualified for the applying procedure, but you are not yet admitted to a Ph.D. program. The final decision about you’re a possible registration in our program is taken after the admission colloquium.
Special provisions for EU, SC and EEA citizens
According to the Romanian Education Law, citizens of EU, SC and EEA willing to study in Romania are requested to obtain the Certificate of recognition/equivalence of study documents issued by the National Center of Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas.
For more details regarding the recognition process please access: https://www.cnred.edu.ro/ and Admission for EU Citizens.
Next step for admission: Choose a Research Topic