Admission Criteria

Admission Criteria

The candidates’ selection criteria for all specializations, BA level, are :

  • motivational essay (graded as pass/fail);
  • grade point average at the Baccalaureate exam (weighted as 100% in the final grade point average);


  •  Enviro – Pass Competition, organized by the Faculty of Environmental Science and Engineering.

High school graduates with a Baccalaureate diploma who have obtained a minimum of 80 points in the Enviro – Pass competition will be declared admitted with a grade point average of 10.00, within the enrollment limit, regardless of their Baccalaureate grade point average.

The competition will be organized within the Faculty of Environmental Science and Engineering, on the 13th of April 2024, at 12.00 o’clock. More information at:

The candidates who participated in the “Marcian Bleahu” competition over the last years may use as selection criterion the points (mark) obtained in the competition, which will represent 70% of the final admission average grade, while 30% will represent the grade achieved in the Baccalaureate exam;

  • The candidates who have achieved awards or honorable mentions at school olympiads / international and national school competitions, during the high school studies, will be admitted on budgeted places, receiving the final mark 10.00 (ten). The competitions/olympiads certified by M.E.N. (Ministry of National Education) with individual awards will be validated; when confirming the place, the candidates will bring the respective original distinctions (or proofs issued and certified by the School Inspectorates).

The selection criteria applied will be listed in the following order:

  • The field of Environmental Science – the grade in Geography from the 12th grade, the grade in Biology from the 9th grade;
  • The field of Environmental Engineering – the grade in Chemistry from the 12th grade, the grade in Physics from the 9th grade.

All information regarding the admission, Bachelor level, are found on the faculty website, at the following links:

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by phone at: 0264 307030, or by email at the following address: