Stipendium Hungaricum, the most prestigious higher education scholarship programme in Hungary, offers a wide range of courses for international students with excellent academic track records. The programme was founded by the Hungarian Government in 2013 and is managed by the Tempus Public Foundation. The application will soon start, so check the updates on the official website and the Facebook page of the programme!
Ludovika University of Public Service is pleased to announce the launch of the Ludovika International Talents Program (LIT). This program aims to support visiting researchers who embrace the values of the university and are engaged in research in one of the researched fields at the university’s faculties or research centers.
Are you a student from Latin America and interested in studying in Hungary in the centre of Europe? Meet us in Sao Paolo and Buenos Aires on 28 and 30 October at the Study in Europe Student Fairs to get the latest information on Hungarian study options. Beyond the fairs, you will have more occasions to meet the delegation of Study in Hungary in Brazil and Argentina. Let's find out more!
This year two Hungarian scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize by the Royal Swedish Academy: Katalin Karikó for Medicine and Ferenc Krausz for Physics. We congratulate the winners!
The Óbuda University has once again been ranked among the world's top 1200 higher education institutions in the Times Higher Education (THE) 2024 rankings, and remains among the top 4% of the world's "elite universities".
Tempus Public Foundation / Hungarian National CEEPUS Office offers CEEPUS Network mobility scholarships for incoming university students and teachers from CEEPUS member countries in the summer semester (1 February 2024 – 30 June 2024) of the Academic Year 2023/2024