EURAXESS Romania Network

Coming to Romania as a researcher? If you are interested in advancing your research career in Romania then visit this website. The EURAXESS Romania Team is pleased to assist foreign researchers and their families coming to work or study in Romania. Our assistance services are free of charge. Look here for job opportunities and information about living and working in the country: tips and help with authorities, formalities and daily life. We also offer you information on research in Romania, fellowships and grants, and contacts so that you know who to turn to in case you need personalised help.

 

Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding

21-25 Mendeleev Street, 4th Floor,Sector 1,Bucharest

Contact person: Marius Dorian Nicolaescu (Portal Manager)

E: euraxess@euraxess.gov.ro

 

 

The National Authority for Scientific Research and Innovation - Ministry of National Education and Scientific Research

21-25 Mendeleev Street, Sector 1, Bucharest

Contact person: Alexandra Vancea (European Affairs Advisor)

E: alexandra.vancea@ancs.ro

 

 

Banat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Timisoara

T:+40 256 277 060

F:+40 256 200 296

Contact person: Corina Abraham-Barna

E: abraham-barna@uex-usamvbt.org

 

Institute for Macromolecular Chemistry "Petru Poni", Iasi

T:+40 770 557 158

Contact person: Mihaela Olaru

E: olaruma@icmpp.ro

Chamber of Commerce and Industry Brasov

T:+40 268 474 170

Contact person: Sorina Blejan

E: sorina.blejan@ccibv.ro

 

Valahia University Targoviste

T:+40 245 206 108

Contact person: Gabriela Teodorescu

E: theo_0200@yahoo.com

The National Authority for Scientific Research and Innovation - Ministry of National Education and Scientific Research

T:+40 21-318.30.53

F:+40 21-318.30.53

Contact person: Oana Costea

E: oana.costea@ancs.ro

North-West Regional Development Agency, Cluj-Napoca

T:+40 264-431.550

F:+40 264-439.222

Contact person: Ioana Nadia Pavel

E: ioana.pavel@nord-vest.ro

 

 

How and why become a local contact point?

EURAXESS is a network created at the initiative of the European Commission to disseminate relevant information (scholarships, grants, financing opportunities) to researchers and to support their activities. Thanks to the EURAXESS network and website, you can promote doctoral scholarships, available jobs, partnerships in order to encourage research on European level.

40 countries are part of the network which has 260 service centers and local contact points, of which 6 are in Romania. These centers offer assistance on visa, work permits, school enrollment applications, social security, medical insurance to researchers and their accompanying family members.

Assistance is free of charge and involves offering information, directing researchers to competent authorities dealing with administrative issues. Moreover, service centers and local contact points offer support to foreign researchers to successfully integrate them in Romanian society – recommendations of language centers which offer Romanian language classes, advice on accommodation, prices, transport, touristic areas etc.

  1. a. For universities – contact the Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding (UEFISCDI)
    b. For research institutions – contact the National Authority for Scientific Research and Innovation (ANCSI)
  2. Sign and send the Declaration of Commitment to the coordinator you have previously contacted
  3. The coordinator registers the institution in the website and creates the EXTRANET account
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get in Contact

National Coordination Point

Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding

 euraxess@euraxess.gov.ro

 39-41 Academiei Street, 2nd Floor,Sector 1,Bucharest