Our mission is to train engineers in the fields of marine engineering and navigation, electrical engineering, environmental engineering and electronics, in compliance with the accredited study programs. Education and research activities are set according to the Bologna Declaration, therefore each cycle of studies ensures that graduates obtain specific skills and competences, measurable and acknowledged by the certificate issued at the completion of the studies.
According to the national law and the STCW provisions, majoring in Electrical Engineering (full time and part time studies) - undergraduates acquire competences in the operation and running of electrical machinery and equipment, testing, diagnose and maintenance of electrical systems.
Foreign citizens from the European Union member states have the right to enroll to studies in România in the same conditions as Romanian citizens, directly to the universities, according to the Order of the Ministry of Education, Research Youth and Sport no. 3855 of 17.05.2010; The documents required for registering to a higher education institution must be translated into Romanian, authenticated to the public notary and the study diplomas must be recognized by the National Centre for Degree Assessment and Academic Recognition CNRED; Registration and admission exam shall take place directly at the chosen faculty, in accordance with its methodology; For the candidates who want to study in Romanian, a Romanian Language Certiicate is required.
As a rule, the application ile for admission to study at Constanta maritime University has to be sent to our University. The ile shall be checked and then sent to the Ministry of National Education in Bucharest together with our formal acceptance. The International Students Department of the Ministry does the inal checking and a Letter of Acceptance is issued and sent either to the applicant or to the university. This letter allows the applicant to obtain the study visa from the Romanian Embassy in his / her country. Upon arrival in Romania, the Ministry will issue the Order of the Minister, a document required for enrolling at the University.
CMU students are entitled to scholarships and financial aids, in line with the National Law of Education and with the internal regulations.
There are three main types of scholarships:
Scholarships for studies – they are reserved for CMU students who have the best results in a given academic year
Social scholarships – they are meant for students who are verifiably in critical financial or personal circumstances that endanger their ability to continue their academic studies
Scholarships for Romanians Everywhere – they are meant for Romanians who live abroad (Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, etc.) and are distributed in compliance with the national provisions.