If you are considering getting your degree in Hungary, this article will guide you through some tips that will give you an insight into the application process from searching and finding your university to submitting your documents.
By choosing one of the Hungarian higher education institutions you must be aware that you will be receiving a high-quality education for a fair price. Living in Hungary is one thing, but studying in Hungary might change your life! At the end of this journey, you will be smarter, wiser, full of new experiences, and a proud person holding a European degree in your hands.
Take the first step towards planning your studies and get familiar with our higher education’s system, our degree programmes to find what suits you the best and browse universities throughout the country to get a basic overview about how and where you could obtain your degree exactly.
Our Study Finder database can help you with finding the programs you like by browsing through study fields, institutions, cities, and levels of study. At the moment this database provides information on 700+ programmes in English, French, German and several other languages.
If you managed to choose your future institution to visit the university’s website to get more detailed information about the university itself and the course you want to apply for. Contact your institution to know what’s next, ask for details about deadlines, and set the appointment for a Skype interview if needed by the school.
Institutions may have their own specific deadlines for the application period that is why contacting your school is essential. Application timeline can help you with general timing but it does not give you the deadlines of each institution.
If you will fund your studies by yourself it’s worth considering from the start how you will finance the tuition fees for years. As scholarships can’t be awarded to all applicants you may need to cover living expenses and your university’s tuition fees on your own. Fortunately, in Hungary, we offer several funding options for self-financed students to fund their university years. See Tuition fees and Funding options to help you planning your budget consequently.
Generally, you need to have some basic documents such as a language proficiency test or your obtained diplomas to apply for the chosen course. See Entry and admission requirements to know what should be submitted. Please note that we listed these requirements in general so the chosen institution's expectations may vary.
Kéz és lábtörést! (Break a leg! in English) is the Hungarian way to wish someone good luck. If you apply for the Autumn semester you have to get a notification by July, in case you wish to start your studies in the Spring semester from February you will get your final results until the end of January. Good luck for your future studies here in Hungary!