On the 16th of May 2017, the University of Bedfordshire (based in Luton, the UK) and the British Higher Education Centre (based in Constanta, Romania) signed a Partnership Agreement which explores the possibility of collaborating together to develop new robust Higher Educational programmes. The Agreement allows Students from Romania to undertake study on courses leading to a Bachelor of Science (with Honours) in the academic area of “Computer Science” (IT Engineering) , under a clearly specified standard imposed by this University.
The Agreement states that students will study in Romania and England, as follows:
There 4 major advantages:
The presentation of the University of Bedfordshire is HERE
Computer science and software engineering are central to the success of many of today’s commercial and industrial activities, and this course shares its first year with a number of other relevant BSc degrees, and then offers the opportunity for specialist study in the second and third stages.
Particular emphasis is put on learning about the entire software development life cycle and the production of high quality systems using object-oriented methods.
You will gain detailed knowledge of areas such as internet programming, database applications, artificial intelligence and networking, and after completing a final stage project you may have the chance to undertake further advanced research.
Year 1 will be taught at the British Higher Education Centre in Constanta, Romania, the campus being located in the one of the most popular areas of the seaside, Tomis Marina.
The teaching of the courses will be done only in the English language. The following units will be delivered in Year 1:
The detailed Course Specifications of the course Computer Science and Software Engineering may be downloaded from University of Bedfordshire site, by clicking HERE.
Year 2 and year 3 will be taught at the University of Bedfordshire, located in University Square Campus, Luton, the UK:
The teaching of the courses will be done only in the English language.
The following units will be delivered in Year 2:
The detailed Course Specifications of the course Computer Science and Forensics may be downloaded from University of Bedfordshire site, by clicking HERE.
As a general guide, to apply for a place on a BSc at the University you need to have completed your high school education and have the required English qualification.
Formal English Language Tests
The University accepts the following qualifications as satisfying the English Language requirements for entry to a Bachelor or Masters degree*:
A student is exempt from the requirement to have a formal English Language qualification if s/he has studied for a first degree in the English language medium, or has passed one of the following:
You may see detailed information about entry requirements of University of Bedfordshire by clicking HERE
You can apply online for the next Admission HERE.
After your application, you will be contacted by the Admin Department of the Computer Science – Romanian Programme, who will guide you directly.
YEAR 1: The tuition fee for year 1 at the British Higher Education Centre is 3000 euro. Consequently, the tuition fee can be paid in full or in 3 tranches of 1000 Euro.
YEAR 2: You can download the University of Bedfordshire Tuition Fee Schedule 2017-18 – PDF 282.5 KB
More information about fees in University of Bedfordshire:Undergraduate UK/EU students
See also the Government’s student finance website
YEAR 1: To cover the expenses of Year 1 at the British Higher Education Centre we offer a loan package offered by BRD Bank, with a low interest (6.5% or lower), with 12 months of refunding delay. To obtain more information on this subject, address your enquiry HERE
YEAR 2: You benefit from financial support to cover your tuition fee for Year 2 and Year 3 in University of Bedfordshire by using the UK Student Finance programme. In practical terms, all EU students studying in an UK university or college benefit from financial support via the UK Government Student Finance Programme. You will return the money after the graduation, when your annual salary exceeds a reasonable limit.
See detailed information at: Government’s student finance website