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The schedule of admission contest for the master studies, academic year 2016-2017

 

  1. Days of matriculation- 25-27th of July , between 09:00-16:00
  2. 27th of July – Displaying of the schedule for the exam for testing the foreign language proficiency in the case of master programs in foreign languages
  3. 28th of July – Taking the exam for testing the foreign language proficiency for master programs in foreign languages and the results’ display.
  4. 28th of July – Displaying the distribution in classrooms for the multiple choice exam.
  5. 29th of July – Taking the multiple-choice exam and displaying the results for Series I and II.
  6. 30th of July – Performing contestations for the results obtained at the multiple choice exam between 08:00-12:00 o’clock.
  7. 1st of August – Displaying the list of candidates distributed for placed financed from state budget and places with tuition.
  8. 2nd – 3rd of August – Submissions of Baccalaureate diplomas in original format and of Bachelor diplomas / graduation certificates in original format (for students who passed the exam for finalizing the bachelor studies in 2016), the payment of ½ of the annual tuition, submissions of resignation requests, the restitution of files at the candidate’s request (between 09:00-16:00 o’clock).
  9. 3rd of August – displaying the lists of candidates accepted for places financed from state budget, for places with tuition and the rejected candidates, for all the master programs.
  10. First week of the academic year 2016-2017 – Matriculation in the first year of master and the signing of the study contract.
PROGRESS OF THE ADMISSION CONTEST

(1) The admission at master studies takes place in two ways: I – for occupying places financed from state budget, and II – for occupying places with tuition.

(2) The progress of the admission contest for master programs, in the case of places financed from state budget, consists of the following steps:

  1. a) Registration ;
  2. b) Taking the interview for testing a foreign language proficiency in the case of students who applied for a master program in a foreign language.
  3. c) Taking the multiple-choice exam based on certain themes and a reference list
    d) Display of the lists with candidates distributed for places financed from state budget;
    e) Confirmation of admission in one of the places financed from state budget through submissions of Baccalaureate diplomas in original format and of Bachelor diplomas / graduation certificates in original format (for students who passed the exam for finalizing the bachelor studies in 2016);
  4. f) Display of the lists with candidates accepted for places financed from state budget.

(3) The progress of the admission contest for master programs, in the case of places with tuition, consists of the following steps::

  1. a) Registration ;
    b) Sustaining the interview for testing a foreign language proficiency in the case of students who applied for a master program in a foreign language.
    c) Display of the lists with candidates distributed for places with tuition;
    d) Confirmation of admission in one of the places with tuition through the payment of ½ of the annual tuition;
    e) Display of the lists with candidates accepted for places with tuition.

(4) Candidates who chose a place financed from state budget will compete implicitly for places with tuition.

(5) Results obtained for the multiple-choice exam for occupying a place financed from state budget, are not taken into consideration when competing for places with tuition.

PUBLISHING OF INFORMATION RELATED TO REGISTRATION

(1) Admission committees of all faculties will specify the date and our for presenting the results.

(2) The central admission committee of the university will display the number of registered candidates during the entire period for registration.

Registration for admission exam is made based on the identity card, to the admission committee of the faculty, by respecting the following conditions:

(1) Candidates who graduated a bachelor degree within the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, promotion 2016, register based on information from the university’s database, and they will present an envelope file (where they will write identification data including an e-mail address and a phone number), which will consist of:

  1. a) legalized copy of the birth certificate,
    b) a copy of the identity card,
    c) a statement on one’s own responsibility filled in the moment of electronic registration, through which the candidate assumes that he/she will not benefit simultaneously of 2 study programs financed from state budget, regardless of their level, that he/she will not follow more than 2 study programs, regardless of their level and financing type, and that he/she was not expelled from the university,
    d) 2 photos of the following size: ¾
    e) A medical certificate issued by the family doctor or by another authorized unity to prove that the candidate is capable to follow the study program where he/she intends to register;
    f) The vouchers received after paying the registration fee.

(2) Other candidates from those mentioned in art. 21. pct. 1), may present an envelope file where they they will write identification data including an e-mail address and a phone number, and which will consist of the following documents:

  1. a) Bachelor diploma (or an equivalent document) in original or legalized copy (students who passed the exam for finalizing the bachelor studies in 2016 need a graduation certificate specifying the general mark for each year of study, the mark for bachelor exam, and other information mentiones in the Regulations regarding acts for higher education approved through OMEN 657/2014). Graduates of studies from abroad need a bachelor diploma/graduation certificate and a recognition certification issued by the Ministry Of National Education and Scientific Research – CNRED. The registration file will be approved by the university’s Center for International Relations;
    b) a transcript of grades received during bachelor study program or diploma supplement from the bachelor study program, in original or legalized copy (excepting students who graduated in 2016);
    c) Baccalaureate diploma (or an equivalent document) in original format or legalized copy;
    d) A medical certificate issued by the family doctor or by another authorized unity to prove that the candidate is capable to follow the study program where he/she intends to register;;
    e) Legalized copy of the birth certificate;
    f) Legalized copy of a marriage certificate (if it is the case);
    g) copy of the identity card;
    h) a statement on one’s own responsibility filled in the moment of electronic registration, through which the candidate assumes that he/she will not benefit simultaneously of 2 study programs financed from state budget, regardless of their level, that he/she will not follow more than 2 study programs, regardless of their level and financing type, and that he/she was not expelled from the university;
    i) 2 photos of the following size: ¾
    j) The vouchers receved after paying the registration fee ;
    k) Other documents for master programs with special admisiion requirements. Incomplete files are not accepted for registration.

(3) the candidate receives a registration file printed from the computer with his/her personal data, order of options regarding master programs within a certain field, and other necessary data for the admission exam and for matriculation in the first year of study. After verifying the data correctness, the matriculation record is signed by the candidate. One copy of the record is kept in the folder, and the second copy of the record is given to the candidate, together with the contest’s identity card if he/she made chose a place financed by the state; in the case when he/she chose a place with tuition, he/she will receive only the matriculation record.

(4) In the moment of registering, candidates specify their options for master programs, within the chosen field, and the option for taking the multiple-question exam in order to occupy a place financed from state budget.

(5) After the finalization of the matriculation period, the options, their order, and other information from the matriculation record cannot be modified.

(6) Details about the admission contest for candidates who are citizens of other countries from the European Union, or from the European Economic Space and from the Switzerland Confederation are presented in Annex F, and for citizens outside the European Union are presented in Annex G of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies’ metodology.

(7) The registering of candidates will be performed based on the personal data from the birth certificate: name, initial/initials or the father’s forename (or mather’s forename if the father is unknown) and the candidate’s forename.

THE PROGRESS OF THE WRITTEN EXAM

For places financed from the state budget:

(1) The admission committees of faculties will make available in the classic way and online on www.ase.ro, the lists with candidates registered for places financed from the state budget, in alphabetical order, and the schedule for the written exam, which includes the date and the hour of the exam, as well as the distribution of candidates in classrooms.

(2) Candidates have the duty to check the correctness of the data written in the published lists and to announce the admission committees of faculties about possible mistakes.

(3) the written exam will be a multiple choice test, which will last for 2½ hours, and it will consists of questions from the themes proposed in Annex D of the present methodology, with the following specifications:

  1. a) Candidates who choose programs organized in Romanian will take the written exam in Romanian.
    b) Candidates who chose only programs in foreign languages will take the written exam in the foreign language of those study programs. ;
    c) Candidates who chose programs in English and in Romania will take two written exams (one in English and one in Romanian).

(4) When entering the exam classroom, candidates present the personal identity card and the exam identity card. During the exam’s progress, candidates will keep at them these two documents. It is forbidden the entering in the exam classroom with mobile telephones, calculators, electronic agendas, books or other types of materials and equipment.

(5) candidates should be present in the exam classroom with at least one hour before the exam. In the classroom, candidates will be verified for their identity, their presence will be checked on the nominal list, they will receive materials for the contest and they will be presented information about the way they should fill these materials.

(6) In order to sustain the written exam, the candidate receives the multiple choice test and the exam form (which consists of a self-control form, the questions and rough copies). The self-control form will be kept by the candidate after handing over the exam form, in order to check his/her answers when standards are displayed.

(7) Candidates who will not be present in the exam room in the moment when exam forms are distributed, will lose their right to sustain the written exam.

(8) after the distribution of exam forms, candidates cannot leave the exam room at all, regardless of their reasons.

(9) The questions from the written exam have only one correct answers.

(10)Answers are marked on the papers with questions. Candidates will write with pens having normal paste, of dark blue or black. If this condition is not respected, the thesis is canceled on the candidate’s responsibility. There should not be distinctive signs on the exam paper, otherwise the thesis is canceled as well. Also, there should not be erasures, multiple answers for a question or modifications with correction fluid. These mistakes cancel the answer for that particular question.

(11)the marking of right answers is performed only through fully filling the circle on the exam form, without exceeding its circumference. Any other way of marking leads to the cancellation of that particular answer. In the case when the answer is not known or it was wrongly selected, and there is not enough time to fill another exam form, that particular raw is canceled with an horizontal line.

(12)Any fraud or fraud attempt, or discussion with other candidates, is sanctioned with exclusion from admission contest (including those who choose places with tuition), and from all the programs chosen by candidates.

(13)Admission committees for each faculty will display in classical way and online on wwww.ase.ro, the right answers for the multiple choice exam. These answers should be displayed in maximum six hours from the moment when the written exam ends.

The verification of answers is performed through scanning. Manual verifications or interpretations are forbidden. The minimum score needed in order to be admitted is 50 (the equivalent of mark 5,00).

Art. 24 The evaluation of candidates who chose places financed from state budget:

(1) Score computation and candidates ranking for places financed from state budget: – the maximum score (S) is 100, obtained exclusively from the results for the written exam, out of which 10 points are of office. – the transformation of that score in general mark (M) is performed with the help of the following formula: M=S/10. The general mark will have two decimals.

(2) In those cases when there are several candidates with a general mark equal with the candidate who occupied the last place financed from state budget, they are delimited based on the following criteria: – the mark obtained for the bachelor thesis; – the general mark for bachelor degree. If these criteria are not enough, the admission committee is entitled to organize a selection interview.

THE EVALUATION OF CANDIDATES

For places with tuition is based on the mark obtained for the bachelor thesis.

In those cases when there are several candidates with a general mark equal with the candidate who occupied the last place with tuition, they are delimited based on the following criteria:

  • the general mark for bachelor degree.
  • selection interview organized by the admission committee.

Results will be displayed in classic way and online at www.ase.ro, categorized in the following way:

  • a list with candidates distributed for places financed from state budget, for each master program, in the order of options and in decreasing order of the scores obtained in the written exam;
  • a list with candidates distributed for places with tuition, for each master program, in the order of options and in decreasing order of the mark obtained for the bachelor thesis; – a list with waiting candidates.
  • a list with rejected candidates. lista candidaţilor respinşi. In a domain of study, a candidate can be accepted in one single program and one single financing form, regardless of his/her number of options.
CONFIRMATION OF ADMISSION RESULTS

(1) The confirmation of admission results is performed through submission of Baccalaureat diplomas and bachelor degree diplomas, in original, and/or payment of half of the annual tuition. However, this step is performed according to the following conditions:

  • Candidates who want to be accepted for places financed from state budget, including the ones distributed to places with tuition or those on the waiting list, have to submit their Baccalaureat diplomas and bachelor degree diplomas/graduation certificates (for those who ended the bachelor degree in 2016), in original, if they chose a place financed from state budget (including candidates who graduated in July, 2016, a bachelor program organized in the Bucharest University of Economic Studies).
  • Candidates who want to occupy a place with tuition, pay half of the anual fee. Here are included also candidates who were accepted for places financed from state budget or candidates who are on the waiting lists, if they choose a place with tuition.
  • Candidates who chose both options, meaning to be accepted for places financed from state budget or with tuition, including those on waiting lists, will submit their Baccalaureat diplomas and bachelor degree diplomas/graduation certificates (for those who ended the bachelor degree in 2016), in original and they will pay half of the annual tuition. In all the cases, the initial options of candidates are taken into consideration. Candidates who do not submit their Baccalaureat diplomas and bachelor degree diplomas/graduation certificates (for those who ended the bachelor degree in 2016), in original and they do not pay half of the annual tuition, are eliminated from the admission contest. After this step, a candidate can be declared as accepted to a study program that represented  După această etapă un candidat poate fi declarat admis la un program de studii care, de regulă, a reprezentat o opţiune prioritară faţă de cea la care a fost repartizat în prima etapă de afişare.

(2) The Baccalaureat diplomas and bachelor degree diplomas/graduation certificates (for those who ended the bachelor degree in 2016), in original version, are submitted at the admission committee where the registration took place, and half of the annual tuition is paid at the university’s cash desks. Both activities are assisted on computer, meaning that updates are performed in the databases, such that the candidate will receive automatic updates. The payment of half of the annual tuition fee is registered automatically in the data base, and the corresponding receipt is kept by candidates, without any need to communicate the payment to the faculty.

Themes and Bibliography

I. CONTEST THEME – CODE AA1 (English Language Master Degree)
  1. Management and managers Business management [1] pg. 9-34
  2. The business environment Business management [1] pg. 52-72
  3. Planning Business management [1] pg. 93-112
  4. Decision making Business management [1] pg.114-134
  5. Organizational design Business management [1] pg.151-168
  6. Organizational culture Business management [1] pg.188-200
  7. Leadership Business management [1] pg. 231-255
  8. Motivation Business management [1] pg. 256-272
  9. Organizational purpose,vision and mission Business management [2] pg. 5-40
  10. Internal and external analysis Business management [2] Pg. 60-122

 

Bibliography

  1. Brătianu, C., Mândruleanu, A., Vasilache, S. & Dumitru, I. (2011). Business management. Editura Universitară Bucureşti.
  2. Witcher B.J&Chau V. S. (2014),Strategic Management: Principles and Practice, second edition, South-Western,Cengage Learning
II. CONTEST THEME – CODE AA2 (French Language Master Degree)
  1. Portrait du dirigeant efficace Management des affaires [2] pg. 183-194
  2. Diriger une entreprise dans le contexte de la mondialisation Management des affaires [2] pg. 195-218
  3. Les différents rôles des leaders Management des affaires [2] pg. 219-240
  4. Le management intercultureldéfis aussi bien pour l’enseignant que pour le milieu des affaires Management des affaires [1] pg. 21-48
  5. Culture normative et régulation du comportement économique Management des affaires [1] pg. 49-79
  6. Le rôle du leader dans le développement des affaires Management des affaires [1] pg. 80-104
  7. De l’avantage concurrentiel à l’avantage différentiel. Pour un nouveau modèle de management stratégique Management des affaires [1] pg. 105-135
  8. L’analyse structurelle des secteurs Management des affaires [1] pg. 3-36
  9. Les grandes catégories de stratégie face à la concurrence Management des affaires [1] pg. 37-51
  10. Un cadre d’analyse de la concurrence Management des affaires [1] pg.52-82
  11. Les manoeuvres face à la concurrence Management des affaires [1] pg. 97-118

Bibliografie

  1. Deaconu Alecxandrina (coord.) – Management des affaires pour les filières fracophones, Editura ASE, 2015, pg. 21-135
  2. Kets de Vries Manfred – La face cachée du leadership, Pearson Education France, Paris, 2007, pg. 183-240
  3. Porter Michael – Choix stratégique et Concurrence, Economica, 1982, pg. 3-82, pg.97- 118.
III. CONTEST THEME – CODE AA3 (German Language Master Degree)
  1. Grundkonzepte der Unternehmensfuehrung Unternehmensfuehrung [2] pg. 19-40
  2. Methoden der Analyse der externen und internen Unternehmensumwelt Unternehmensfuehrung [1] pg. 87-162
  3. Vision, Mission und Unternehmensziele Unternehmensfuehrung [3] pg. 40-53
  4. Unternehmensplanung Unternehmensfuehrung [1] pg. 348- 358
  5. Unternehmensstrategien Unternehmensfuehrung [1] pg. 194- 245
  6. Organisationskultur Unternehmensfuehrung [2] pg. 76-92
  7. Opportunitaeten, Ideen und Business Modelle Unternehmensfuehrung [3] [4] pg. 56-67 pg. 30-36
  8. Leadership Unternehmensfuehrung [2] pg. 308- 328
  9. Motivation im Unternehmen Unternehmensfuehrung [2] pg. 235- 245
  10. Organisationsformen des Unternehmens Unternehmensfuehrung [2] pg. 192- 220
  11. Corporate entrepreneurship Unternehmensfuehrung [4] pg. 197- 214
  12. Risikobewertung im Unternehmen Unternehmensfuehrung [1] pg. 299- 310

Bibliografie

  1. Hungenberg, Harald (2006): Strategisches Management in Unternehmen : Ziele-ProzesseVerfahren, Gabler, Wiesbaden.
  2. Hungenberg, Harald; Wulf, Torsten (2015): Grundlagen der Unternehmensführung, Gabler, Wiesbaden.
  3. Tanţau, A.D. (2003): Strategisches Management, Editura Economică, Bucureşti.
  4. Fueglistaler, Urs; Müller, Christoph; Vollery, Thierry (2005): Entrepreneurship – Modelle, Umsetzung, Perspektiven – Mit Fallbeispielen aus Deutshland, Österrreich und der Schweitz, Gabler, Wiesbaden.

TYPES OF TUITION

The registration fee for admission is unique, regardless of the number of options selected by candidates in a certain domain. However, the fees are different in the following cases:

  • Romanian candidates, candidates from other EU Member States, or from European Economic Space and Switzerland Confederation, will have to pay a registration fee of 200 RON.
  • Candidates who are not from EU Member States, or from the European Economic Space and Switzerland Confederation will have to pay a registration fee of 300 Euros.

 

The tuition for the academic year is 4.000 RON/year for citizens of EU Member States, or from European Economic Space and Switzerland Confederation. Candidates who are not from EU Member States, or from the European Economic Space and Switzerland Confederation or Romanian citizens with permanent residency abroad, will pay a tuition of 300 euros/month, meaning 2.700 euros/year.

Half of the annual tuition, which is used in order to confirm the admission on places with tuition, is paid only at the university’s cash desks (not through other means).

After publishing the final results, it will be signed a study contract with the students accepted for the places financed from state budget, in conformity with Annex A and with the provisions of the Regulations regarding teaching activities for master studies.

Click here for the entire list of Master Programs offered by the Bucharest University of Economic Studies.

payment methods of fees

  • CREDIT CARD

    It can be used any credit card from BRD or BCR issued in collaboration with the Bucharest University of Economic Studies.

  • IN CASH

    At the cash desks from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies or at any bank agency of BRD or BCR

  • PAYMENT ORDER

    Bank transfer to the following account: RO59BRDE445SV36571854450 BRD ASE agency – fiscal code 4433775 - Academia de Studii Economice din Bucureşti Faculty’s address: Building Victor Slavescu, Calea Grivitei nr. 2-2A, Sector 1, 010731, Bucuresti

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