Faculty of Physics

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The roots of the higher education tradition in the field of hard sciences, including mathematics and physics, go back centuries.
Physics means "nature" in Greek language also because it deciphers the mysteries of this world, from quarks to the stars, it remains the queen of sciences. The Faculty of Physics proposes to open up a new perspective on the role of physics and of a physicist in our current world.
The Faculty of Physics offers undergraduate programmes of 3 years in the following specialisations: Physics, Medical Physics, Computational Physics, and of 4 years in Technological Physics.
After obtaining an undergraduate degree students can opt for one of the master's specialisations of the faculty, of two years, in the following fields: Solid Body Physics, Biophysics and Medical Physics, Computational Physics


Physics Field

  1. Specialisation Solid State Physics (in English) - full time
  1. Specialisation Computational Physics (in English) - full time

Selection criteria (for specialisations 1 and 2):

  • Interview in the language of the study programme - 50%
  • Graduation exam score - 50%
  1. Specialisation Biophysics and Medical Physics (in Romanian) - full time

Selection criteria (for specialisation 3):

  • Interview in the language of the study programme - 60%
  • Graduation exam score - 40%

Tie-breaker criteria (for all specialisations):

  • Interview score
  • Graduation exam score

Admission fee for Romanian citizens, European Union Citizens, European Economic Area citizens and Swiss Confederation citizens for the 2023 / 2024 academic year

EU: European Union; EEA: European Economic Area; SC: Swiss Confederation;

  • For tax reductions or waivers, please see our Admissions Regulations

MASTER'S LEVEL - Admission Process

Specialisation / Field

Master's Level (lei)

Full time Part time
All specialisations.. 30 -

MASTER'S LEVEL - Admission registration

Specialisation / Field

Master's Level (lei)

Full time Part time
All specialisations. 70 -