We are aware that studying in a distant country can be exciting, adventurous and terrifying, and stressful at the same time. To remember the experienced adventure in the first place with your competitive degree in your hands, we have developed scholarship programmes those will help you bear the financial burden of your studies.
Alma Mater Study Scholarship
The Alma Mater Study Scholarship already supports the best-performing international fee-paying students in the undergraduate programme. We are extending this opportunity to our postgraduate programmes as well. For the best-performing fee-paying students (who belong to the best 10% in the particular program and semester), the Alma Mater Study Scholarship provides the opportunity to get a discount up to 50% of the tuition fee. The percentage calculation is based on the adjusted credit index.
Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Program
The Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme was launched in 2013 by the Hungarian Government as part of the government policy called “Eastern and Southern Opening”. The scholarship program is managed by Tempus Public Foundation. The core mission of the program is to increase the number of foreign students in Hungary and to encourage Hungarian higher education institutions to attract top foreign students. Currently 68 sending partners are engaged in the program. Every year hundreds of international students gain admission to our university with the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship.
Fulfil your professional dreams while you explore your Hungarian heritage – the Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship gives you an exceptional chance to develop both personally and academically. While studying in Hungary, you can discover the thousand-year-old Hungarian history and culture, experience unique Hungarian traditions and also enhance your Hungarian language skills.
International Student Ambassador Program
International Student Ambassadors (ISAs) are current students who act as a link between their faculty and the outside community. They use their own experiences to give people interested in university life an idea of what it is like to be a student. They assist at a variety of events; their role is to give a fair and accurate representation of the university from a student perspective.
Also, from this year we would like to extend this program and allow the ISAs to recruit students to the university in a commission-based cooperation with the faculties.