Join our education fairs in Romania to kickstart your international student recruitment. Let us take you to Romania’s main student cities: Bucharest, Cluj, Iasi and Constanta. These 4 cities combined are home to 48 institutions of higher education and to well over 400,000 students. Romania has made tremendous progress in the last decade. Since it joined the EU in 2007 it has implemented measures to improve access to education. The number of domestic students has increased. Outbound mobility has taken a flight also. At this point close to 36,000 Romanian students are studying abroad. Many students do so on an EU funded scholarship. The Erasmus program is probably the best-known example. Italy and the UK are the most popular study destinations. A recent survey showed that more than 80% of the Romanian student population is considering to study abroad.