February 20, 2024 11:46
Join summer university courses with the Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship!

Do you have Hungarian roots and would like to discover the land of your ancestors? Studying in Hungary is among your future plans? This summer, the Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship gives you the chance to explore Hungarian culture, learn Hungarian, and develop your professional skills in short-term summer university courses while making new friends.  

Are you still looking for top-notch summer activities? Look no further! The Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship summer university courses are a great way to improve your personal and professional skills while making meaningful and lasting connections. If you are thinking of studying in Hungary in the near future, this is an excellent opportunity to catch a glimpse of the country, and its vibrant culture in only a couple of weeks. As the scholarship will cover most of your expenses, you can focus only on your course and on enjoying all the fun programs that come along with it.  Are you interested? Read more, and



Inspiring courses: Choose from a wide array of courses from top Hungarian universities and education institutions ranging from Hungarian language courses to thematic classes lasting from 2 to 4 weeks.

Community experience: Make new friendships with fellow diaspora students and international students from all around the world!

Hungarian cultural programs: Discover your Hungarian heritage with fun social activities, while you can explore the richness of Hungarian culture, in the iconic cities of Hungary from excursions to dance classes.

Scholarship benefits:

  • Tuition-free education
  • Accommodation
  • Meals
  • Travel insurance


  • Eligibility:
    • Only open to applicants, who have Hungarian roots and ancestors, and live in the diaspora outside of Europe.
    • If you are a Diaspora scholarship holder already, you can only apply if your previous scholarship status is terminated until the start of the chosen Hungarian Summer University Course.
  • Deadline: 28 March 2024. 5 pm. (CET)
  • Further information: HERE 

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