Mihai Eminescu National College (Romanian: Colegiul Naţional Mihai Eminescu) is a public day high school for students aged 10 to 18, established in 1634 by the Jesuits, and located in Satu Mare, Romania.
In 1919 the school is named after the great Romanian poet Mihai Eminescu, being the first high school in Transylvania bearing the name of the poet. The Mihai Eminescu National College is one of the only four national colleges located in Satu Mare alongside Ioan Slavici, Kölcsey Ferenc and Doamna Stanca.
The high school was established in 1634 when Jesuits received approval to open a college in Satu Mare. The new institution was supported by an act issued in 1639 in Vienna by Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III. It operated according to the pedagogical principles of the Ratio studiorum, with few exceptions until 1804 when a decree was given by the Holy Roman Emperor Francis I that states the college will be supported through state funds.