The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine within the SpiruHaret University in Bucharest was authorized to operate as a higher education unit by H.G. 568/1995. Since 2002, it has been accredited by H.G.944/2002 and then reconfirmed, the last time by H.G. 433 of 2022.

The faculty can enrol 50 students each year.

The Veterinary Medicine program instruction language is Romanian. Foreign students can apply for admission to the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine after completing a preparatory year of Romanian language study.

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine has an education cycle duration of 6 years (bachelor’s and master’s degrees included), according to H.G. 1477/2003 – full-time education, which fully meets the requirements of EC Directive 36/2005 regarding the recognition of professional qualifications. Each year of study is provided with 60 credits, and the total number of transferable credits according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is 360.

The Veterinary Medicine program offers future graduates the opportunity to work in areas such as animal health, public health, consumer and environmental protection, animal husbandry, human food safety, trade relations and the maintenance of ecological balance. They can also provide specialist veterinary advice on pets and rental animals, as well as animal welfare and environmental protection.

Graduates who hold the title of Doctor Medic Veterinar may join various professional associations/associations as full members and may also join the College of Veterinary Doctors to obtain the right to practice the profession.

Diplomas issued upon graduation from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine are recognized in the European Union according to Directive 2005/36/CE with subsequent amendments and additions regarding the recognition of professional qualifications.