Israeli citizens, who graduated from the secondary school in Israel and have school leave certificate (teudat bagrut) and also Israeli citizens who graduated outside Israel and have school leave certificate, can be admitted into the University:
Into the 1st year of study in case of successfully passing entrance examinations in physics, chemistry and biology;
Into preparatory course of the University in case of unsatisfactory examination results (with consecutive transfer into the 1st year of study).
Without entrance examinations into preparatory course (with consecutive enrollment into the 1st year of study).
Training is carried out in a choice of languages:
Israeli citizens desiring to study in Romanian but having no knowledge of it, can begin studies in the university at the Preliminary course where Romanian language is studied together with physics, chemistry and biology. (All foreign students are also taught the Romanian language during first two years of studies together with basic medical course.)
Israeli citizens desiring to study in English must pass an English entrance exam together with chemistry, physics and biology examinations.
Entrance examinations are developed by the management of the University especially for Israeli citizens taking into consideration candidates’ abilities and University requirements.
Exam date will be announced later.