At a glance

Study programmes
Human & Dental Medicine

Language & Duration
English, 6 years

Study places
Human medicine: 85
Dentistry: 20

Human medicine: 3,750€ / semester
Dentistry: 3,750€ / semester

Admission test
Date: not yet known
Application deadline: not yet known

Studying in Romania's third largest city


The Romanian city of Timisoara has a population of 319,000, placing it just behind Cluj-Napoca in size. Located in the west of Romania, the third-largest city in the country is known above all for its historic old quarters. Due to its long affiliation with the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Timisoara is also called "Little Vienna".

Not only the National Theatre and Opera House, but also the former synagogue in the city centre regularly host cultural events. Victory Square or Opera Square forms the centre of the city - with many shops and cafés as well as parks and green spaces in the immediate vicinity. Cultural life is enriched by numerous concerts and festivals of all styles, from jazz and pop to folklore and hip-hop. Due to the wide range of offerings, Timisoara will be the European Capital of Culture in 2023.

The city is well served by public transport - trams and buses. It is located at a railway junction and is also served by the main pan-European long-distance bus lines.

For students, Timisoara offers a vibrant nightlife in addition to the numerous festivals in the cafés, restaurants, bars, jazz clubs and discos.

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Study in Timisoara!

The combination of clinical aspects with sound research is of great importance at the Victor Babes Medical and Pharmaceutical University in Timisoara. A multilingual team of professors supervises students from home and abroad, and the international degree programme is taught in English.

Timisoara is a lively student city that also offers plenty of places to retreat with its many parks and green spaces. Numerous festivals throughout the year ensure hours of variety away from the university.

We will find the right accommodation to suit your wishes!

Living in Timisoara

The cost of living is about 200 to 300 € excluding rent. This value is a guideline, the expenses depend on personal needs.

A one-room flat in a good location costs about €200-300. A room in a shared flat is available from €200 to €250. Due to the high demand, it is advisable to look for a place to live in good time.

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