Bachelor’s degree

The Bachelor’s degree is organized according to the Bologna Process in institutional framework of three faculties: Natural Sciences, Exact Sciences, Social and Human Sciences, in Romanian, full-time studies. At its 1st cycle, the higher education is performed at ten faculties, in accordance with “Nomenclator of professional training areas”:

421.1 Biology
421.2 Molecular Biology 
424.1 Ecology 
425.1 Geography 
443.1 Mathematics 

444.1 Informatics 
442.1 Chemistry
441.1 Physics 
221.1 Philosophy 
222.1 Languages and Literature

The educational process is established in conformity with normative acts of ministries, being accomplished by the Department of Education

      The Bachelor’s studies, organized basing on the Curriculum in professional training areas, provide that the academic year begins on 1st September and ends on 1st June, excluding the last year of studies. The academic year consists of two semesters with equal duration of 15 weeks, two sessions (7-8 weeks), traineeships and two vacations. Traineeships are organized in alternation with theoretical lessons (initiation practice) or separately (after the summer session), depending on the specialty study program. According to the system of transferable credits, during the study years, the student has to gain 180 credits (one credit= 30 hours in audience and individual activity).

The training is done in The State University "Dimitrie Cantemir" (general/fundamental component) and the institutes of The Academy of Sciences of Moldova (specialty component. Thus, the achieving of skills has a multidimensional route: theoretical course (auditorium) simulation of processes and phenomenon (educational platform of The State University "Dimitrie Cantemir"), laboratory lessons (training laboratories), specialty practice (research laboratories of The Academy of Sciences of Moldova)

The State University "Dimitrie Cantemir" organizes public lessons, trainings, scientific conferences in different areas of interest, involving well-known personalities from Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, Romania, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Russia etc.

The graduates are given the title of bachelor, according to the “Nomenclator of professional training areas” and are issued Bachelor’s Diplomas. International transparency and academic/ professional recognition of qualifications is ensured by the Diploma Supplement, which reflects the Study program achieved by the students, learning results and gained skills.