Mobility programs

Wide range of options

All universities in Romania have different mobility programs depending on the partnerships and alliances they are part of, so please make sure to check the desired university web site.


ERASMUS+ is the program by which the European Union supports education, training, youth and sport between 2014-2020, with the main features being: recognition and validation of skills and qualifications; dissemination and exploitation of project results; open access to the teaching materials, documents and media tools created within the programme; the international dimension (cooperation with partner countries in the field of higher education and sport); multilingualism; equity and inclusion; protection and safety of participants. If you are an Incoming Student and want to apply for an Erasmus+ mobility, please click this link .


CEEPUS is an academic mobility network in the extended Danube region based on an international Agreement, which finances student and teacher trips.

Current member countries: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia. Prishtina/Kosovo is also participating.

The main activity of CEEPUS is the support of knowledge transfer, knowledge exchange and experience. CEEPUS mainly funds cooperation networks between universities in the member states through mobility grants for students and teachers.

The Ministry of Education, through the CEEPUS National Office, grants annually 500 grants for students and teachers who arrive in Romanian universities for study and teaching periods.

For more information, please visit CEEPUS website

EEA Grants

The European Economic Area (EEA) and Norway Grants represent the contribution of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to reducing economic and social disparities in the European Economic Area and to strengthening bilateral relations with the 15 beneficiary countries in Eastern and Southern Europe and the Baltic states.

These financial mechanisms are based on the European Economic Area Agreement which reunites the EU member states and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway as equal partners in the internal market.

The study mobilities is possible through mobility projects implemented between any higher education institutions in the European Economic Area (Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, namely Donor States, DS) and in Beneficiary Countries (Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia).

For more information, please visit EEA Grants website

For more information regarding the student mobility, please visit the university websites.

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