• Official name:Hungary
  • Neighboring countries:Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia
  • Official language:Hungarian
  • State form: Republic
  • Capital and largest city:Budapest (population: 1 729 040)
  • Other large cities: Debrecen, Szeged, Miskolc, Pécs, Győr
  • Currency:Forint (HUF)
  • Time zone:CET (GMT +1)

Hungary is a member of OECD, NATO, EU and the Schengen Convention.

Administratively, Hungary is divided into 19 counties with the capital city of Budapest being independent of any county government.

Hungary is among the top tourist destinations in Europe with the capital Budapest regarded as one of the most beautiful cities worldwide.

Admission & Counseling Details

DIPLOMA 5 46 42 47
U/G 5 to 6 60 to 80 50 – 65 52 -62
P/G 5.5 to 6.5 70 to 90 55 -70 B2 level
PhD 6.5 to 7 85 to 95 65 C1 level or +

In the Hungary Four courses are being offered :

  1. Foundation/Diploma
    This is 10-24 Months Degree
  2. Bachelor
    This is 4 – 4 Years Degree
  3. Master
    This is 1 – 2 Years Degree
  4. Phd
    This is 2 – 5 Years Degree

The Approximated Cost of tuition per year in the Hungary is:

  1. Diploma
  2. Bachelors
  3. Masters
  4. Ph.D.

In the Germany three Sessions in a Year:

  1. January
    Apply by October
  2. July(Business Program)
    Apply by March
  3. October
    Apply by June

Q:What is the Annual Cost of living?

Ans:€12,000 per year*

Q:When do I need to apply?

Ans:four months prior to the commencement of program.



The official language of the country is Hungarian, which forms part of the Finno-Ugric language family. Hungarians call their language magyar. Although Hungary is located in Central Europe.

Top 4 Good reasons why you should study in Hungary

Higher Education and Degree Structure

Universities in Hungary generally award both college- and university-level courses. In the old system, college-level training lasts three to four years, whereas a university degree takes at least four years to complete, and can be up to six years with medical programs. Further, studies at universities in Hungary were split into three stages roughly corresponding to the bachelor, master and PhD courses, Degrees in Hungarian higher education follow the international standard set by the Bologna Process.

This means that, apart from certain vocational degrees awarded by non-university and college institutions in Hungary, degrees conform to the standard of bachelor, master and PhD degrees. This means that Hungary’s degrees are more widely comparable on the international market, and also that students have the option to pursue a master’s degree in a different field than their bachelors.

 Advantages of studying in Hungary

Hungary is one of the best places to study, being that the country is a member of the European Union and also a Schengen State. The tuition fees are relatively affordable, compared to most other parts of Europe. Also, living costs are relatively low compared to the rest of Europe.

You can study in English as number of Universities in Hungary courses is taken 100% in English medium but students will still have to learn the Hungarian Language for easy communication within the country.You can study in Hungary without IELTS or TOEFL.

Living Cost and Study plan

Living costs are relatively low in Hungary, and while tuition fees are not insignificant, they are much lower than those charges in countries such as the US or UK. As an example, fees are as follows: €2,500-4,200 (US$3,400-5,700) per semester for a bachelor’s degree; €3,000-5,000 (4,000-6,800) for a master’s degree; €4,500-5,500 ($6,000-7,400) for a PhD. The university advises budgeting around €60 ($80) per month for health insurance, €200-500 ($270-680) for rented accommodation, and €200 ($270) per month for utility bills. Some scholarships for international students are available from the Hungarian Scholarship Board.

International Students in Hungary

The majority of foreign students in Budapest, Hungary arrive from the neighboring countries such as Romania, Slovakia and the Ukraine. Non neighboring countries which large numbers of international students in Hungary come from: Germany, Norway, Asia and Iran, which are represented in higher numbers at the full time programs in Hungary each year. In addition to the above mentioned full time programs, as Hungary is becoming a more and more popular study abroad destination, there are thousands of foreign students that study in Hungary in one of the various Erasmus programs, the nationalities of which include Spanish, Italian, French, Turkish, Greek, Cypriot, Polish and starting 2010 an increase in students arriving from the UK.

Hungarian embassies issue education visas easier than other European Union and Schengen Member States. Residence permit issued in Hungary for foreign students allows them to travel to other Schengen countries without any visa. Number of low costs flights connect Hungarian cities to other countries and popular travel destination. There are employment opportunities in European Union during education years and after graduation.


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