Rights and Duties as a Student

Rights and Duties as a Student

Rights access to internal and external mobility programs, with the recognition, according to the law, of the credits obtained in this way; personal data protection; transfer from one university to another, according to the provisions of the legislation in force and of...
Societies & Other Groups

Societies & Other Groups

There are several student Societies you may join during your medical student years: SSMI (Medical Students’ Society Iasi) SSMI offers a lot of pleasant extra-curricular activities such as: acting, singing, volunteering, physical education, movie times etc.; plus you...
Absences

Absences

If you have extra non-attendances/absences (more than those you are allowed to have by not being sick), you have to pay and repeat the classes in order to obtain a class mark (10%). HOW TO DO THAT? Ask your professors for the number of non-attendances you need to...
On call duty & Summer Practice

On call duty & Summer Practice

On call duty (aka “Garda” in Romanian) Every year, we have to do 4 shifts (‘Garda’), during one semester. The procedure: You will have to contact the doctors who are on call in the department you are interested in. The ‘Garda’ takes place during the visit of the...
Romanian Language

Romanian Language

As a foreign student, you are required to learn the Romanian language so you can communicate with patients during the clinical based subjects (from the third year and ahead). The university is providing you classes of Romanian language on the first and second years of...
ECTS Examination System

ECTS Examination System

Firstly, to pass a subject you will require a minimum 5 (from a scale 1 to 10) at the class mark (10%), minimum 5 at the practical exam mark (40%) and minimum 5 at the final MCQ (50%). Thus, if you only get a 3 as a class mark, you will have to repeat the subject the...