Application Process 2017/2018

Currently this page informs you on previous Application process for 2017/2018.
The official Application process for 2018/2019 will be published at the beginning of December 2017.

Until that time, we are updating the programme website with guidelines, tips and hints to submit your application successfully.

What can you find on this page?

Application Timeline 2018-2019
Application Documents to be Submitted to the Tempus Public Foundation
Missing Documents
Submitting the Application
Application 'Dos and Don'ts'
The Selection Process 2017-2018
Examination Process for Students Applying for Medical Studies
Results of the 2017-2018 Application Round
Acceptance of the Scholarship
Hudec Scholarship

Application Timeline 2018/2019

Coming soon!

Application Documents to be Submitted to the Tempus Public Foundation

No hard copies are required from any of these documents by Tempus Public Foundation at the time of application. The Sending Partners might require hard copies.

Application Documents

Call for Applications 2017-2018 Click here to download in pdf
Annexes of the Call for Application

Annex 1: List of eligible study programmes determined in the educational cooperation agreements in effect between Hungary and the specific Sending Partner – Click here to download in xlsx

Annex 2: List of eligible Host Institutions, study programmes, institutional language criteria and institutional methods of examinations – Click here to download in xlsx

Annex 3: Statement for Application – Click here to download in pdf

PDF version of the list of eligible Host Institutions and details of their study programmes Click here to download

Basic Application Documents

All of the following documents are compulsory and need to be submitted to the online application surface by all applicants until 5th March 2017. 

Application Documents

Detailed Requirements

Required to be uploaded by

Online application form

  • The applicants must fill out and save all requested information on the online application form in English language.
  • A recent photo of the applicant (taken not earlier than 2 years before the submission of the application) must also be uploaded.
  • Those who apply for partial studies must clearly state the length (1 or 2 semesters) and start date (September of February) of the studies they apply for!

All applicants

Motivation Letter

  • Minimum 1 page, typed with Times New Roman 12 point font size letters.
  • Written in the language of the selected study programme or in Hungarian.

All applicants 

Proof of language proficiency and their translations in the language of the selected study programme or in Hungarian

  • Scanned copy of the original proof of language proficiency, with a minimum level determined by the Host Institution AND their translations.
  • See section 2.4. of the Call for Application for further details.
  • In case the student has completed his/her previous level of studies in the language of the selected study programme, a proof can be uploaded about the fact that the language of education was the same as the language of the study programme that the applicants is now applying for.
  • Translations only have to be attached if the copy of the original document is not in the language of the selected study programme or in Hungarian.

All applicants

School certificates and their translations in the language of the selected study programme or in Hungarian

  • Bachelor level full time programmes: scanned copy of the original secondary school graduation certificate or equivalent AND their translations.
  • Master level full time programmes: scanned copy of the original bachelor degree certificate or equivalent AND their translations.
  • One-tier master level full time programmes: scanned copy of the original secondary school graduation certificate or equivalent AND their translations.
  • Doctoral level: scanned copy of the original master degree certificate or equivalent AND their translations.
  • Non-degree, Hungarian language preparatory programmes: scanned copy of the high school diploma AND their translations.
  • Non-degree, specialisation programmes: scanned copy of degree certificate required by the host institution AND their translations.
  • Partial study programmes on all study levels: scanned copy of the original certificate about student status issued by the current higher education institution where the applicants is registered in AND their translations.
  • Translations only have to be attached if the copy of the original document is not in the language of the selected study programme or in English.

All applicants

Transcript of Records and its translationin the language of the selected study programme or in Hungarian

  • Copy of the original transcript of records regarding all academic semesters or school years completed during previous studies (in the highest level of education that the student have participated in) AND their translations.
  • Translations only have to be attached if the copy of the original document is not in the language of the selected study programme or in Hungarian.

All applicants

Medical certificate

  • Scanned copy of a medical certificate of satisfactory health condition issued not earlier than 1st December 2016.
  • Please note that there is no form provided by Tempus Public Foundation for this certificate, it can be any certificates that the particular hospital uses or the particular physician issues.
  • Certificates has to be issued and signed by a physician to prove that the applicant does not have the following illnesses: AIDS, Hepatitis A, B, C or any other epidemic conditions.

All applicants

Copy of passport

  • Scanned copy of that page of the passport which contains the personal data of the applicant.

All applicants

Statement for Application

  • All applicants need to upload the signed and scanned “Statement for Application” document (please see Annex 3 to download the statement form or click here).

All applicants

All documents that cannot be obtained in the language of the selected study programme or in Hungarian have to be translated and the translations have to be submitted as well as the copy of the original document.

Additional Documents for Doctoral Level

Besides the documents listed above, applicants applying for studies on a doctoral level need to upload the following documents as well. All of the following documents are compulsory and need to be submitted to the online application surface by doctoral applicants until 5th March 2017. 

Application Documents

Detailed requirements

Required to be uploaded by

Research Plan

  • Minimum 2 pages, typed with Times New Roman 12 point font size letters, written in the language of the selected study programme.

Applicants of doctoral programmes

Letters of Recommendation

  • Two signed Letters of Recommendation from the applicant’s former or current academic tutors or supervisors.
  • The two letters cannot be issued by the same person.
  • Written in the language of the selected study programme or in Hungarian.

Applicants of doctoral programmes

All applicants of doctoral programmes are required to visit http://www.doktori.hu before they submit their application. The website provides information in English and Hungarian language about the Hungarian doctoral schools, available research field and research topics as well as the supervisors of doctoral students. Thesis topic proposals on the website are available on http://www.doktori.hu/index.php?menuid=115&lang=EN.

Doctoral applicant are also required to contact their chosen host institutions and doctoral schools in advance in order to discuss the available research topics in the institution as well as the possible supervisors for those topics. The list of Stipendium Hungaricum coordinators at the Host Institutions is available on http://www.tka.hu/international-programmes/5218/institutional-coordinators. These pieces of information need to be considered when preparing the application materials (e.g. Research Plan) and choosing a matching doctoral school and research area.

Additional Documents for Art and Music Applicants

Besides the documents listed above, applicants applying for studies in field of Arts and/or Music need to upload the following documents as well. All of the following documents are compulsory and need to be submitted to the online application surface by Art and Music applicants until 5th March 2017. 

Application Documents

Detailed requirements

Required to be uploaded by

Portfolio

  • Photographs of three works of art / sketches (indicating the date of creation).

Applicants of study programmes in the field of Arts

Audio Portfolio

  • Audio track of three works (indicating the date of the creation).

Applicants of study programmes in the field of Music

Missing Documents

All documents listed above are compulsory application documents. However, certain documents are accepted to be uploaded even after the application deadline, provided that the applicant could not possibly obtain the document by the deadline of application.

In this case, the applicants need to upload a signed statement that they will obtain and upload the missing document(s) until 1st August the latest. No missing document will be accepted if the statement is not uploaded until 5th March and/or if the missing documents are not uploaded until 1st August, thus such applications will automatically be rejected.

The following missing documents can be submitted after the application deadline, but no later than 1st August 2017: 

Which documents can be uploaded as missing documents?

Who can upload these documents as missing documents?

What has to be uploaded until 5thMarch?

What has to be uploaded until 1stAugust?

School certificates and their translations

High school certificate

Only applicants registered for the last semester of their secondary school studies

Statement signed by the applicant

High school certificate

Bachelor degree certificate

Only applicants registered for the last semester of their bachelor programme

Statement signed by the applicant AND high school certificate and translation

Bachelor degree certificate

Master degree certificate

Only applicants registered for the last semester of their master programme

Statement signed by the applicant AND bachelor degree with translation

Master degree certificate

Certificate of language proficiency

Only applicants awaiting their language test results at the time of application

Statement signed by the applicant

Certificate of language proficiency

Copy of passport

Only applicants awaiting their passport to be issued

Statement signed by the applicant

Copy of passport

Medical certificate

Only applicants awaiting their medical certificate

Statement signed by the applicant

Medical certificate

Submitting the Application

Application to Tempus Public Foundation

All applications shall be submitted through the online application system of Tempus Public Foundation. After registration, the applicants are able to access the application surface and upload the required documents. Applications can only be submitted by clicking on the “submit” button in the application system. Please note that no applications will be accepted without the online submission and after the deadline. No hard copies are required. A guide for the online system will be available to download from the www.stipendiumhungaricum.hu website.

The deadline for submitting the complete application package: 5st March 2017 (until 23:59 Central European Time)

By submitting the application, the applicant declares that all information provided on the online application surface of Tempus Public Foundation – including the content of all uploaded documents – are true and correct to the best of their knowledge and belief.

Application to the Sending Partners

All applications shall also be submitted to the responsible authority of the Sending Partner. Each Sending Partner might have different deadlines and requirements for submitting the application material. Applicants are strongly advised to contact the responsible authority at their Sending Partner as soon as possible and inquire about the exact procedures. For contact details of the responsible authority of the Sending Partner, please visit the "Authorities in the partner countries" section of this website or click here.

The responsible authority of the Sending Partner will review and pre-select the applications. A nomination list, including a reserve list will be forwarded to Tempus Public Foundation by the Sending Partner in the beginning of April 2017. Applications will be considered only if the applicant is nominated by the Sending Partner. No other applications will be considered.

Application 'Dos and Don'ts'

Please make sure that

  • you read and understand all parts of the Call for Application and the guide (available on www.stipendiumhungaricum.hu website) for the online application system,
  • you visit the website of Tempus Public Foundation and your chosen Host Institutions for details about the entrance requirements of study programmes, curriculum and so on,
  • if you are a doctoral applicant, visit http://www.doktori.hu and contact your chosen host institution before submitting your institution in order to discuss the available research topics and possible supervisors,
  • you provide precise contact details and make sure your e-mail address (or any other information) is not mistyped on your application form because all information – including the selection results – will be sent there,
  • you do not accidentally apply for the wrong study levels (e.g. doctoral studies while you are a bachelor student) and do not apply to different study levels in one application
  • you do not mix up the application to full time and partial study programme as it cannot be altered after the application is submitted,
  • in case of applications for Hungarian language programmes, you apply for the Hungarian language preparatory course in the online application system of Tempus Public Foundation, and NOT the higher education programme you wish to start after the language preparatory year,
  • the documents with the correct file formats are uploaded and the files can be opened,
  • you submit your application until the deadline both to Tempus Public Foundation and the responsible authorities of the Sending Partner,
  • you click on the “submit” button to submit your application because the “save” button will only save your surface but the application will not be submitted,
  • you write down and remember your login name, password and your e-mail address used when you submitted your application because you will need these information later (e.g. for accepting the scholarship offer), and
  • you write down and remember your application registration number because this is how we will be able to identify your application later and this is the number that Scholarship Holders will need to use.


We highly suggest you to

  • increase your chances of getting admitted by applying for 3 different study programmes (in order of preference) instead of only one or two,
  • not to apply through any agencies and pay for their services regarding the application because the programme is implemented by direct cooperation with the responsible authorities of the Sending Partners, not agencies, and
  • not to use a hotmail, yahoo or a live e-mail address when submitting your application in order to avoid any technical problems.

The Selection Process 2017-2018

First round of selection: Nomination of Sending Partner (March 2017)

The applications successfully submitted in Tempus Public Foundation’s online application surface are forwarded to the responsible authorities of the Sending Partners for review and pre-selection. After the selection decision of the Sending Partner, a nomination list, including a reserve list will be issued and forwarded to Tempus Public Foundation by the Sending Partner in the beginning of April 2017.

Second round of selection: The Institutional evaluation (April-June 2017)

The list of nominated applicants (including the reserve list) is forwarded to the Host Institutions for formal check and professional evaluation. Applications are considered formally eligible if all criteria are met:

  • the applicant is eligible for participation in the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme,
  • the applicant has applied for a scholarship type and study programme available within the framework of the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme and available for applicants of the sending country/territory,
  • the applicant has submitted the application and all documents as required no later than the application deadline (except for cases listed in section 3.3 of the Call for Application.),
  • the applicant has proved his/her language proficiency and the language skills meet the requirements of the Host Institution.

Applicants with an eligible, formally correct application can proceed to the institutional entrance examinations. Each applicant can participate in up to three institutional entrance examinations – based on the submitted application form.

The exact date and method of the entrance examination varies by institutions. The methods of examination are available on our website (see Annex 2 of the Call for Application or click here). Each applicant will be informed about further details (e.g. date of examination) directly by the Host Institutions.

The final decision about the application is made based on the application preferences, the entrance exam results, the capacities of the Host Institutions involved in the programme, and the educational cooperation agreements in effect between Hungary and the Sending Partner.

Applicants can be expected to be informed about the final result of application around 30 June 2017.

Examination Process for Students Applying for Medical Studies

Medical Studies Within the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme

Three main study programmes belong to the field of Medical studies: Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy. In the 2017-2018 application round, 3 universities offer these programmes: the University of Debrecen, the University of Pécs and the University of Szeged. These programmes are called one-tier master programmes (OTM) because the bachelor and the master levels are not separated, therefore studies are for 5 or 6 years.

The field of Medical studies is one of the most competitive study fields in the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme. Students from 23 different countries can apply for it and the number of available scholarship places is very limited. In the 2017-2018 academic year, the number of available scholarship places are the followings: 

University of Debrecen

University of Pécs

University of Szeged

Medicine

35

50

15

Dentistry

20

30

10

Pharmacy

20

50

40

Therefore, please note that only the best students are able to receive the scholarship for these programmes. Each university organises an entrance examination with both a written and an oral part. The exact method, place and time of the examination vary by university. Please note that some universities might require you to travel to Hungary for the exam. For a brief description of the of selection and entrance examination processes for the 2017/2018 round of applications, please visit Annex 2 of the Call for Applications by clicking here.

Difference Between Scholarship Students and Fee-paying Students

Please note that most study programmes in the field of Medicine are not only available for Stipendium Hungaricum students, but for fee-paying students too. While the tuition-free Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship application process in coordinated by Tempus Public Foundation, the fee-paying applications are solely coordinated by the universities.

It is the decision of the university whether the application process and selection criteria for scholarship students and fee-paying students are similar or not. Sometimes the examinations are also organised in the same time and places, sometimes they are completely separated. That is why it is very important to remember at all times that the two application processes are entirely different. As there are limited places for scholarship students, it is common that the scholarship applicants need to have higher academic standards and receive higher examination points in order to reach the minimum requirements of admission.

Some students decide to apply to the same study programmes both as scholarship and fee-paying students. In this case, please pay special attention to the information and notifications you receive from the universities and always consider which type of studies it is about. Please keep in mind that just because you get admitted as a fee-paying student, it doesn’t mean that you can be admitted as a scholarship student.

As Tempus Public Foundation only coordinated the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme, please directly contact the universities if you have any questions regarding the fee-paying studies.

Results of the 2017-2018 Application Round

First Decision - June 2017

We are pleased to announce that the first decision about the Stipendium Hungaricum applicants have been made on 15th June 2017. It means that there is a decision about the 2/3rd of all nominated applicants who participated in the institutional entrance examination.

Please note that due to the very high number of applicants, our office is extremely busy in these days. We are currently informing the Sending Partners and the host institutions about the examination results and the applicants can expect to be officially informed (by email) about the allocation decision results from 19th June.

Please download our Guide for Applicants about the meaning of the results and further details: click here!

In case you received your official notification letter and you got accepted (or conditionally accepted) for the scholarship, please scroll down on this page to find information about the next steps you will have to do (such as accepting your scholarship offer and downloading your Letter of Award or - for some students - uploading your missing documents).

Second Decision - July 2017

There will be a second decision about the rest of the applicants in July. It is because in some special cases and study programmes, the entrance examinations or their evaluations are still ongoing - because of this, it was impossible to make a final allocation decision about these applicants. If you are one of these students, you will not receive a official notification letter in the following 2 weeks and you can expect to be informed in the second half of July. Thank you for your patience! 

4 types of final results

Applicants can receve a notification letter about 4 different types of allocation results.

  • YES – Now you are a Scholarship Holder. You need to start the administrative procedures by upload the official declaration of acceptance, accept the scholarship in the online application system, and then download your Letter of Award that you need for your visa application process. Please scroll down for more information.
  • CONDITIONAL YES – You are only one step away from the scholarship. You need to upload your missing documents (study or language certificate, other requested documents) and then follow the instructions on this page below. 
  • RESERVE LIST  You are only one step away from the scholarship. You are on the waiting list. It means that if any scholarship holder withdraws his/her scholarship, applicants from the reserve list will be chosen. In the case you receive a scholarship status due to any withdrawals; you are going to be informed by us via email.
  • NO – In this case, unfortunately you did not receive the scholarship. However, we would like to encourage you to try and apply for the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship again next year.

Acceptance of the Scholarship

This page is dedicated to help the Scholarship Holders to take their first steps after receiving the official notification letter about their results of the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme.

Please find more information about the results of the 2017-2018 application above on this page.

Please read our guide for detail about the meaning of the results and further steps: click here to download!

Scholarship Holders need to complete the following steps: 

  1. Submit the missing documents until 1st August 2017 the latest (if needed).
  2. Get familiar with the rules and regulations of the programme.
  3. Download the „Acceptance of the Scholarship” declaration form, print it, sign it, scan it and
  4. …upload it to the online application system until 1st August 2017 the latest, and…
  5. …don’t forget to click on „I accept the scholarship”!
  6. Make sure you can arrive to Hungary until the enrolment deadline of the study programme. In case of any problems, discuss the exact time of arrival with your host institution. Please note that you can delay yourarrival until September 2018 the latest by submitting a postponement request (see our regulation about how to do it).
  7. Download your official „Letter of Award” - only if you did not postpone your studies with 1 or 2 semesters.
  8. Your university will send you their official „Letter of Admission/Decision on Admission”.
  9. Finally, with the „Letter of Award” and the „Letter of Admission” together, you can start your visa procedure!

How to accept your scholarship offer?

  1. Please read our guide for technical details: click here to download
  2. Please download „Acceptance of the Scholarship” declaration form: click here to download
  3. Please upload the signed and scanned verison in your application account until 1st August 2017: www.scholarship.hu 

How to download your Letter of Award?

  1. First, you need to accept your scholarship offer. You can only download your Letter of Award after that.
  2. After you accept your scholarship offer in the online system, you will receive an e-mail from us with the exact link and login information that you have to use in order to download your Letter of Award.If you have not received this email within 2 workdays after the acceptance, please contact our student advisors at stipendiumhungaricum@tpf.hu.
  3. Please read our guide for technical details: click here to download

How to upload your missing document if you have a "conditional" status?

  1. Please read our guide for technial details: click here to download
  2. Please upload the missing document in your application account until 1st August 2017 the latest: www.scholarship.hu
  3. If your document is accepted, you will be able to proceed with the acceptence of scholarship and so on.

Did you get a scholarship for a study programme in the field of Music or Engineering?

Study programmes in the field of Music or Engineering are very special within the programme. If you got a scholarship to one of these fields, your host university has the right to enrol you to a preparatory course (usually 1 year-long). If they do, it means that you did not meet the entry requirements of their full degree programme, however they would be happy to welcome you after catching up with your academic knowledge during the preparatory course. Please note, that in such cases, the students will have a scholarship status and receive all benefits of the programme. Scholarship Holders who will have to take the preparatory course will be informed by Tempus Public Foundation, meanwhile you can contact your host institution if you have any questions about your status.

Hudec Scholarship

The Hudec Scholarship Programme is a special initiative within the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme because it is exclusively for Chinese applicants who attend East China Normal University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University or Tongji University in Shanghai.

Call for Applications 2017-2018

The 2017-2018 applications round of the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme is now closed. We have received 14,602 submitted applications from 47 countries/sending partners until the application deadline on 5th March. We wish all the best and good luck for all applicants during the selection process!

Call for Applications 2017-2018

Click here to download in pdf

Annexes of the Call for Application

Annex 1: List of eligible study programmes determined in the educational cooperation agreements in effect between Hungary and the specific Sending Partner – Click here to download in xlsx

Annex 2: List of eligible Host Institutions, study programmes, institutional language criteria and institutional methods of examinations – click here to download in xlsx

Annex 3: Statement for Application – Click here to download in pdf

PDF version of the list of eligible Host Institutions and details of their study programmes

Click here to download

The Online Application System

Online Application System

www.scholarship.hu

Application Guide for the online system

Click here to download in pdf

Mission of the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme

Hungary provides high quality education in the heart of Europe. Today, there is a growing demand of international students to study in Hungary. Besides the quality of education and degrees recognised throughout Europe and beyond, students are attracted by the affordable living costs with an extremely favourable cost-to-value ratio, a safe and friendly living environment with convenient public transportation, the central location of the country in Europe and the unspoiled natural beauties combined with a 2000 year-old, rich Hungarian history and several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Hungary is also within the top countries with the highest number of scientific Nobel Prize Winners per capita, and a numerous scientific inventions from Vitamin C to Rubik’s cube and so on.

The Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme was launched in 2013 by the Hungarian Government. The core mission of the programme is to increase the number of foreign students in Hungary and to encourage Hungarian higher education institutions to attract top foreign students.

The programme is based on bilateral educational cooperation agreements signed between the Ministries responsible for education in the sending countries/territories and Hungary or between institutions. Currently more than 50 Sending Partners are engaged in the programme throughout 4 different continents.

Thousands of students from all around the world apply for higher educational studies in Hungary each year. The number of Stipendium Hungaricum applicants is continuously increasing as well as the number of available scholarship places. In the academic year 2017/2018 approximately 4000 students can begin their studies in Hungary in the framework of the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme.

The Programme is managed by Tempus Public Foundation.

Available Scholarship Types for Hudec Applicants

Hudec Scholarships are available for partal and full time studies in the fields of architecture, industrial and interior design, urban and rural planning and related fields of studies. Please click here to see the list of available study programmes for Hudec applicants.

Degree programmes

Duration

Qualifications at the end of programme

Available study modes

full time

partial

full time

partial

Bachelor programmes

2-4 years

1 or 2 semesters

BA or BSc degree

certificate of completion

full time and partial

Master programmes

1.5-2 years

1 or 2 semesters

MA or MSc degree

certificate of completion

full time and partial

One-tier master programmes1

5-6 years

1 or 2 semesters

MA or MSc degree

certificate of completion

full time and partial

Doctoral programmes

2+2 years

1 or 2 semesters

doctoral degree

certificate of completion

full time and partial

1 In the Hungarian education system, one-tier master programmes cover both the bachelor and the master level of studies; therefore it is an undivided master programme that results in a master degree. These one-tier programmes are offered in specific study fields such as general medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, architecture, law, veterinary surgery, forestry engineering, etc.

Non-degree programmes

Duration

Qualifications at the end of programme

Available study modes

full time

partial

full time

partial

Preparatory course in Hungarian language

1 year

-

certificate

-

full time

Other preparatory and specialisation courses

up to
1 year

-

certificate

-

full time

Provisions Covered by the Scholarship for Hudec Applicants

Tuition-free education

  • exemption from the payment of tuition fee.

Monthly stipend

  • non-degree, bachelor, master and one-tier master level: monthly amount of HUF 40 460 (cca EUR 130) contribution to the living expenses in Hungary, for 12 months a year, until the completion of studies.
  • doctoral level: according to the current Hungarian legislation, the monthly amount of scholarship is HUF 140 000 (cca EUR 450) for the first phase of education (4 semesters) and HUF 180 000 (cca EUR 580) for the second phase (4 semesters) - for 12 months a year, until completion of studies. Please see details in section 1.2.1.

Accommodation

  • dormitory place or a contribution of HUF 40 000 to accommodation costs for the whole duration of the scholarship period.

Medical insurance

  • health care services according to the relevant Hungarian legislation (Act No. 80 of 1997, national health insurance card) and supplementary medical insurance for up to HUF 65 000 (cca EUR 205) a year/person.

Eligible Sending Partners for Hudec Applicants

The Hudec Scholarship Programme is based on effective bilateral educational cooperation agreements between the Ministry of Human Capacities of Hungary and the Chinese universities involved in the programme. The Hudec Scholarships are only available for Chinese students attending East China Normal Universuty, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Tongji University in Shanghai. Applications will be considered eligible if the applicant is nominated by one of these sending universities.

Non-Eligibility for Hudec Applicants

Applications will not be considered in the following cases:

  • Hungarian citizens (including those with dual citizenships),
  • former Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Holders, who are re-applying for studies in the same cycle of education (non-degree studies, bachelor, master, doctoral level) including both full time and partial study programmes.
Please see the Application Process and the Selection Process sections on our website for further details about the application and selection process.

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