Admission competition 2013
Faculty entrance is based largely on the scores that students achieve in the entrance examination. The Faculty of Automatic Control and Computers organizes an entrance competition for the academic year 2013-2014 for the following domains:
- Computer Science and Information Technology – 275 places
- Systems Engineering – 225 places
We are also offering a total of 150 seats requiring tuition fee for both domains.
Registration for the admission examination will be held from July 12 to 20, 2013, daily from 9:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the faculty premises, with the possibility of pre-enrollment on the web site admitere.pub.ro. Pre-enrolled candidates receive a 10% discount on the registration fee (the fee will be paid during the enrollment period in July 2013)
The tests for the admission exam to the 2013-2014 academic year take place on 22 and 23 July 2013. Start time of each test is 10.00 and they last for 3 hours.
The Admission Contest to the Faculty of Automatic Control and Computers is based on two written tests (Mathematics and Physics) and the results of the Baccalaureate.
The minimum overall average admission score has to be 5.00 (five). The overall average is calculated only for candidates who will get the arithmetic mean of the two grades of the competition tests (average grade of COMPETITION) higher than or at least equal to 5.00 (five), which represents the minimal admission grade.
Under these conditions, the overall average is determined as a weighted average between the average grade of competition – MC (80%) and the average obtained from the Baccalaureate exam (20%).
Details about the entrance exam can be found in “Methods for the organization of the UPB higher education admission competition for the academic year 2013-2014.“
The methodology includes rules on high school graduates who received awards at national and international contests (Section I.5 page 3).
The filling of seats, depending on individual options for domains, is done in order of the final admission average.
The entrance examination consists of two written tests for the disciplines Algebra and Elements of Mathematical Analysis and Physics; the two tests are multiple choice tests. The syllabi of the two disciplines can be found here.
All admitted students from outside Bucharest will receive accommodation in student dormitories belonging to the Faculty of Automatic Control and Computers.