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Working in Romania

As an international student you can work in


As an international student in Romania, know that you do not require a working permit, as long as you hold a residence permit for studying in the country.Non-EU students are allowed to work 4 hours/day, without the need to apply for a separate working permit. If you like to work more than 4 hours/day, you should apply for a work permit. For details regarding the procedure, please access the General Inspectorate for Immigration. EU, EEA and Swiss students are not bound by any limits to the number of working hours, though it is not recommended to work full time during your studies. In Romania it is quite common for students to have part time jobs. Create your resume and motivational cover letter and you may start searching on dedicated web portals or through the university information centre.

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Notification! Due to the high number of applications received, the results for the scholarship programme offered by the Romanian state through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be announced by the end of August. Applicants will be notified directly in their StudyinRomania account in the following month. Thank you for your patience and understanding!
Notification! En raison de l'augmentation du nombre de candidatures, les résultats du programme de bourses offert par l'État roumain par l'intermédiaire du ministère des Affaires étrangères, sera annoncée d'ici à la fin d’août. Les candidats seront notifiés directement dans leur compte StudyinRomania le mois suivant. Merci de votre patience et votre compréhension!