Admission process

1. General conditions of admission

 Any holder of a baccalaureate diploma or another equivalent title may be accepted at the Law College in the first year of his/her bachelor’s degree, subject to two conditions:

- pass the entrance examination to the Law School of the University of Bucharest (24th of July 2019);

- pass the French test of the Law College (26th of July 2019). For information, it is expected from the candidates a B1 level of French, (at the beginning of the first year, French courses allow students to acquire a higher level of French, necessary for the success of their studies, quite quickly).

The candidates to the entrance examination to the University of Bucharest's Law School must declare their intention to pass the test of the Law College at the time of their registration at the Law School (file requested before the entrance examination to the Law School).

Only candidates who pass the entrance examination will be invited to the French test of the Law College.

Place and time of the tests will be indicated on our website and on the panels of the Law School once the results of the entrance examination are known.

The French test consists of a two-hour written test which contains traditionally:

- an exercise of understanding of a text (newspaper article, extract of a book...),

- an exercise of control of technical knowledge of the language (grammar, vocabulary)

- a written exercise, that is an "essay", on the subject matter of the text.

French DELF or DALF certificates are not allowed in equivalence, but they are a very important asset for the candidate.

Sample tests from previous years:

French test - subject of the year 2017-2018 

French test - subject of the year 2016-2017

French test - subject of the year 2015-2016

French test - subject of the year 2014-2015

 

II. Derogatory procedure

As a derogatory and exceptional title, in some cases, can be exempt from the entrance exam in the first year of the Law School of the University of Bucharest and from the French test of the Law College, under the procedure of admission at the Law College:

-the owners of a French Baccalaureate Diploma showing that they possess a good level of knowledge of the Romanian language (Romanian language test);

-the persons having validated at least one year of law studies within a francophone university  and demonstrating that they possess a good level of knowledge of the Romanian language (Romanian language test),

Candidates for admission through the derogatory procedure must send an application file to the Law College between 15th of June and 9th of September 2019. This file, sent to info@collegejuridique.ro, must contain:

-for the French baccalaureate holders: a motivation letter, a copy of their identity card, a copy of the French diploma or an equivalent certificate, and transcripts of the last two years of studies;

-for persons having validated at least one year of law studies within a francophone university: a motivation letter, a copy of their identity card, a copy of the baccalaureate or equivalent diploma, a certificate of registration in a francophone University (for at least one year) and transcripts corresponding to this degree, as well as the transcripts of the grades for the last two years.

All these documents must be in French and communicated at once.

Pre-selected candidates will be invited to pass a test in Romanian. If successful in this test and with a favorable opinion from the part of the Academic Director for the University Paris I at the Law College, the admission will be acquired for the incoming academic year. Persons admitted to the legal College through the derogatory procedure will be registered as students of the University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and not of the Law School of the University of Bucharest.

Attention: in order to get the Bachelor’s degree of Paris, students selected through the derogatory procedure will also have to follow courses and examinations in Romanian, under the same conditions as the other students of the Law College.

On the other hand, students admitted to the Law College on the derogatory procedure, given the fact that they will not be considered as students of the Law School of the University of Bucharest (for lack of having passed the entrance examination), they will not attend other courses than those forming part of the curriculum of the Law College, or obtain certificates from the part of the Law School of the University of Bucharest.



16/05/2016 - 15:25

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