Moldova is a relatively small country in Easter Europe bordering Ukraine and Romania. Historically a part of the Roamnian theritory, it became part of the USSR after the second World War. It became independent in 1991, but Russian troups have maintained their position in the country for a long time after that. It was the first ex-soviet country to elect a communist President in 2001.
Moldova has a population of 3.5 million people, Moldovan (dialect of Romanian) as an official language and Russian, Ukrainian and Gagauz are also spoken. The currency is the Moldovan Leu (MDL) and the local time is CET+1. The capital is Chisinau and most people are Christian Orthodox.
The population division is: Moldovan/Romanian 78.2%, Ukrainian 8.4%, Russian 5.8%, Gagauz 4.4%, Bulgarian 1.9%, other 1.3% according to the 2004 census.
If you've decided to study a Master's degree at a university in Moldova, you will have to gather the right documents to prove that you fit the university requirements. Provide complete personal information, previous qualifications, financial information, and a personal statement.
To apply to a university in Moldova you will likely be asked to provide some of the following documents:
Depending on the subject or specialization of your chosen Master's, you might also be asked to provide scores for additional tests like the GRE, GMAT or LSAT. Check if your programme requires any of these, or others.
The list of documents depends on the specific requirements of universities in Moldova so you might be asked to include additional documents. It’s also likely you’ll have to provide official English translations of your documents, or translations in the local language.
Because you’ll study an international degree in English, you'll have to present a language certificate. Some popular options for international students are IELTS, TOEFL or C1 Advanced language certificates. You’ll have to meet a minimum language score set by the university, and your test scores shouldn’t be older than 1-2 years. If you don’t meet the minimum language requirements, you will have to improve your skills and scores by taking an English preparation course.
The deadlines for applying to a Master's in Moldova are usually during summer (June-July), or in winter (January-February). Keep in mind that some universities don’t have application deadlines, which means you can apply whenever you are ready.
To avoid delays or missed deadlines send your required documents with plenty of time in advance.