Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme 2020, Hungary


Deadline:

January 15, 2020

Disciplines:

Any


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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 numerous scientific inventions from Vitamin C to Rubik’s cube and so on.

Stipendium Hungaricum scholarships are available for bachelor’s, master’s, one-tier master’s, doctoral, and non-degree programmes (preparatory and specialisation courses). Please note that this Call for Application is for bachelor’s, master’s, one-tier master’s and non-degree programmes only. Please find the Call for Applications for doctoral level here.

Important note: applications are only accepted for bachelor’s, master’s, one-tier master’s and non-degree programmes OR for doctoral programmes; therefore please consider carefully your selected programme(s).

Available Scholarship
Types

Duration

Qualifications at the end of programme

Available study modes

full time

partial (exchange)

full time

partial (exchange)

Degree programmes

Bachelor programmes

2-4 years

1 or 2 semesters

BA or BSc degree

certificate of completion

full degree and partial (exchange)

Master programmes

1.5-2 years

1 or 2 semesters

MA or MSc degree

certificate of completion

full degree and partial (exchange)

One-tier master programmes

5-6 years

1 or 2 semesters

MA or MSc degree

certificate of completion

full degree and partial (exchange)

Non-degree programmes[1]

Preparatory course in Hungarian language

1 year

-

certificate

-

full degree

Specialisation courses

up to
1 year

-

certificate

-

full degree

Note about one-tier master’s programmes:

In the Hungarian education system, one-tier master’s 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.

Study Modes (1.2.2.)

Both full degree and partial (exchange) study modes are available, in accordance with the relevant bilateral educational cooperation agreement. Full degree programmes are programmes that lead to a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree. One-year programmes do not lead to a degree but provide a preparatory course before a degree programme or a specialisation course after a degree programme.

Partial (exchange) studies are one- or two-semester long exchange studies that are part of the students’ degree studies in their sending higher education institutions. Therefore, those who apply for partial (exchange) studies must be registered in and must have a student status at a higher education institution that operates outside of Hungary. In case of partial (exchange) studies, applicants can only apply to those study levels (bachelor’s, master’s) that they are attending in their sending, home institutions. Partial (exchange) studies are not available for preparatory and specialisation courses. Partial (exchange) studies are available for up to one academic year and cannot be extended.

Please be extra cautious when selecting your preferred study programmes in the online application system as most of the study programmes are offered both as full degree and partial study programmes; therefore, those programmes appear twice. Please make sure that you select the programme marked with the study mode of your desire, because it is not possible to change the study mode after submitting your application!

[1] Please see section 2.6. for details about preparatory and specialisation courses!

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Eligible Countries
Host Country
Study Levels
Opportunities
Publish Date
December 16, 2019
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