High School CEEB Codes in Romania

By | May 2, 2019

There are 10 high school codes in Romania today, according to the ACT. The full list is shown below by city, with name of each high school and the city where the school is located (based on the ACT official site). You can search a school code by pressing “Ctrl” + “F” and then type school name or 6-digit school code.

Map of Romania

High School Codes in Romania

High School Codes by City

BAIA MARE
NATIONAL COLG GHEORGHE SINCAI
  • High School Code
  • 789155
BUCHAREST
AMERICAN INTL SCH BUCHAREST
  • High School Code
  • 789151
BUCHAREST
BUCHAREST CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
  • High School Code
  • 789152
BUCHAREST
INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER HIGH SC
  • High School Code
  • 789149
BUCHAREST
TUDOR VIANU NATIONAL HIGH SCHL
  • High School Code
  • 789154
CAMPULUNG
DINICU GOLESCU HIGH SCHOOL
  • High School Code
  • 789001
CONSTANTA
CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL OF CONSTANTA
  • High School Code
  • 789170
CONSTANTA
COLEGIUL NATL MIRCEA CEL BATRN
  • High School Code
  • 789153
CONSTANTA
LICEUL TEORETIC INTL DE INFORM
  • High School Code
  • 789002
IASI
COLEGIUL NATL EMIL RACOVITA
  • High School Code
  • 789000

The above lists CEEB codes (College Entrance Examination Board) for all accredited Romania high schools. Please be informed that the list of high school codes in Romania may change throughout the year. If you can’t find codes for the high schools of your interest, please write to us or come back at a later time. We will update our database soon after a new high school code is added to the country of Romania.

Country Abbreviations

According to ABBREVIATIONFINDER, ROU is the three-letter country code of Romania, and RO is the two-letter country code of Romania. The two-letter suffix is used in top-level domains on the Internet as .ro.

Military

The total strength of the army (2006 abolition of compulsory military service) is 73,900 active (plus 45,000 reservists), that of the paramilitary forces (border troops and gendarmerie) a total of around 80,000. The army (41,500 soldiers) is divided into one operational and two territorial corps commandos with mechanized infantry brigades, each with a tank, mountain, paratrooper, artillery, anti-aircraft, engineer and logistics brigade. The air force (including air defense) has 9,500 and the navy around 6,900 men; 16,000 men serve in cross-weapon units. Romania has been a member of NATO since 2004.

Administration

Romania is administratively divided into 41 districts (Judeţe) and the capital Bucharest. A prefect appointed by the government acts as head of the territorial state administration in the counties and the capital. It ensures the enforcement of national interests and exercises legal supervision over the elected district assemblies.

Administrative division in Romania

Administrative division (2015)
Circle(Jewț) Area (in km 2) Population Residents(per km 2) capital city
Alba 6 242 335 900 54 Alba Iulia (Karlsburg)
Arad 7 754 426 500 55 Arad
Argeș 6 826 600 300 88 Pitesti
Bacau 6 621 604 200 91 Bacau
Bihor 7 544 572,000 76 Oradea (Greater Oradea)
Bistrița-Năsăud 5 355 283 200 53 Bistrița (Bistritz)
Botosani 4,986 399 300 80 Botosani
Brăila 4,766 308 200 65 Brăila
Brașov 5 363 551,000 103 Brașov (Kronstadt)
Bucharest *) 238 1,853,400 7 787
Buzau 6 103 436 400 72 Buzau
Călărași 5 088 298 700 59 Călărași
Caraș-Severin 8 520 286 100 34 Reșița (Reschitza)
Cluj 6 674 700 700 105 Cluj-Napoca (Klausenburg)
Constanța 7 071 683 300 97 Constanța
Covasna 3 710 207 600 56 Sfântu Gheorghe
Dâmbovița 4,054 509 500 126 Târgovişte
Dolj 7 414 646 500 87 Craiova
Galați 4,466 524 600 118 Galați
Giurgiu 3,526 276 600 78 Giurgiu
Gorj 5 602 331 400 59 Târgu Jiu
Harghita 6 639 309 100 47 Miercurea-Ciuc
Hunedoara 7 063 403 600 57 Deva
Ialomița 4 453 267 100 60 Slobozia
Iasi 5 476 786 600 144 Iasi
Ilfov 1 583 430 800 272 Bucharest
Maramureș 6 304 470 700 75 Baia Mare
Mehedinți 4,933 256 100 52 Drobeta-Turnu Severin
Mureș 6 714 546 400 81 Târgu Mureș (Neumarkt)
Neamț 5 896 459 400 78 Piatra-Neamț
Olt 5 498 418 500 76 Slatina
Prahova 4 716 747 600 158 Ploieşti
Sălaj 3 864 219,000 57 Zalau
Satu Mare 4,418 340,000 77 Satu Mare (Sathmar)
Sibiu 5 432 400 100 74 Sibiu (Hermannstadt)
Suceava 8 554 631 000 74 Suceava
Teleorman 5 790 361 500 62 Alexandria
Timiș 8 697 695 600 80 Timișoara (Temesvár)
Tulcea 8 499 206,000 24 Tulcea
Vâlcea 5 765 363 300 63 Râmnicu Vâlcea
Vaslui 5 318 389 200 73 Vaslui
Vrancea 4 857 333 900 69 Focșani
*) Capital district

Law

At the lowest level of the court structure are the local courts, which are responsible for most criminal offenses and for civil matters with low amounts in dispute. Your judgments can be challenged in one of the 42 district courts. These courts are also responsible for civil proceedings involving high amounts in dispute and for serious criminal offenses in the first instance; their judgments can be reviewed in one of the 15 appellate courts. The latter two court levels also have first instance jurisdiction for administrative disputes. The judgments of the appellate courts are reviewed by the Supreme Court, which is responsible for a uniform interpretation of the law.

Education

From 1990 to 2004 the Romanian education system was fundamentally reformed. There is general compulsory schooling between the ages of 6 and 15 and a pre-school offer open to children between the ages of 3 and 6 (compulsory in the year before school starts). The school system is divided into the four-year primary school and secondary level I (grammar school) and II (technical school, lyceum, vocational school). For children of ethnic minorities, lessons in their mother tongues are possible in special schools and classes. In 1990 educational institutions were privatized again for the first time. Attending school in state and in some cases private institutions is free of charge. Higher education takes place in 108 universities and other colleges (59 of which are private), including the universities in Iași (founded in 1860), Bucharest (1864), Cluj-Napoca (1956),

Media

The media landscape reflects the close connection between business or corporate groups (e.g. Adevărul, Intact Media, CME) and politics, which makes independent reporting difficult. The most popular mass medium is television.

Press: The highest circulation of around 50 daily newspapers are the tabloids »Libertatea« and »Click!« Also important are »Jurnalul National«, »Adevărul«, »Evenimentul Zilei«, »România Liberă« and »Gazeta Sporturilor« (sports newspaper).

News agencies: »Agerpres« (state), »Mediafax« (independent), Agenția r / News (independent).

Broadcasting: The public law Societatea Română de Radiodifuziune (SSR, “Radio Română”) operates four national and nine regional stations (including programs in the minority languages) as well as the international station “Radio România Internaţional” (RRI 1, RRI 2). There are also around 100 other radio stations, including »Kiss FM«, »Radio 21«, »Europa FM«, »Pro FM« and »Radio ZU«. The public television company “Televiziunea Română” (TVR) broadcasts three national full programs, six regional programs; there is also a foreign and a news channel. The largest private TV channels are “Pro TV”, “Antena 1” and “Prima TV”. Pay TV is widespread.