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Hungary
Top Reasons to Study in Hungary

Hungarian is the official and predominant spoken language in Hungary.

  • Hungarian Forint is the official currency of Hungary.
  • Stay back period- 9 months (after completion of Bachelor’s or Master’s degree)

Some of the famous cities in Hungary are:

Budapest

Debrecen

Miskolc

Szeged

Pecs

Gyor

Nyiregyhaza

Kecskemet

Sopron

Baja

Eger

Quality Education Educational opportunities of the highest standards and a multicultural population.

  • Ranking of Universities The best-ranked university in Hungary, and usually among the top 700 universities worldwide.
  • Courses taught in English Hungarian universities charge very minimal tuition fees from international students and offer Bachelors/Masters programs exclusively taught in English.
  • No IELTS/ TOEFL IELTS/ TOEFL not mandatory for admission but students have to face a Skype interview which is conducted by the University Representative.
Why Study in Hungary

Tuition fees and cost of living Universities charge comparatively low tuition fees. At the same time, student life in Hungary is very affordable. Considering accommodation, food, transport and other things, you can get by on less than 600 euros per month in Budapest (the capital), and on less than 500 euros per month in the smaller cities.

  • Part time Jobs Bachelor’s students can work up to 20 hours/week and Master’s students can work up to 40 hours/week . Typical part time earning is 3 – 5 Euros per hour.
  • Internship opportunities available
  • European Union Visa With a Hungary Visa student can travel to all the Schengen countries.
Entry Requirements
  • Medium of Instruction – English
  • IELTS- Not required
  • Student must be fluent in English with good communication skills. Student must appear for a Skype interview taken by the University Officer from Hungary. The interview is to judge English proficiency of candidate which lasts between 10- 15 minutes.
  • Academic percentage – above 60% but we can also try for 55%

Intakes – spring (February), Fall (September)