Hungary is a culturally rich country in Central Europe bordered by Slovakia, Ukraine, Austria, Romania, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia. Budapest is its capital as well as the largest city. Other major cities are Budapest, Miskolc, Győr, and Pécs. Its currency is forint (Ft) and official language is Hungarian. This landlocked country is a part of the European Union and Schengen area. Hungarians are known to excel in sports as they have always won medals in Olympics except an occasion or two. Machinery covers a major part of exports. The literacy rate is 99%. Hungarian language is hard to learn but the country provides ample courses in English language, much to the delight of international students. The educational system of Hungary is diverse, ranging from small colleges to top research universities. Expert teachers in Hungary teach students with a career oriented approach and help them to step up in a competitive world with professional excellence.

Some of the popular courses in Hungary available in English language are:

Bachelor’s program

• Engineering
1. Biochemical Engineering (University of Debrecen)
2. Chemical Engineering (University of Debrecen)
3. Civil Engineering (University of Pécs)
4. Computer Science Engineering (University of Debrecen)
5. Electrical Engineering (University of Pécs)
6. Environmental Engineering (National University of Public Service)
7. Horticultural Engineering (Szent István University)
8. Mechanical Engineering (Óbuda University)

• Medicine
1. Nursing and Patient Care(Nurse) (University of Pécs)
2. Nursing and Patient Care (Physiotherapist) (University of Debrecen)
3. Public Health (University of Debrecen)
4. Nursing (Semmelweis University)

• Commerce and Management
1. Commerce and Marketing (Budapest Business School)
2. Finance and Accounting (Budapest Metropolitan University)
3. Business and Diplomacy (International Business School, Budapest)
4. Management (International Business School, Budapest)

• Humanities and Arts
1. Media Design (Budapest Metropolitan University)
2. Musical Creative Arts and Musicology (Liszt Academy of Music)
3. Modern Dance (Hungarian Dance Academy)
4. Tourism and Catering (Pallasz Athéné University)
5. Classical Ballet (Hungarian Dance Academy)
6. English and American Studies (Pázmány Péter Catholic University)
7. International Relations (University of Pécs)
8. Psychology (University of Pécs

Master’s Program

• Engineering
1. Mechanical Engineering (University of Debrecen)
2. Chemical Engineering (University of Pannonia)
3. Computer Science Engineering (University of Pécs)
4. Earth Sciences Engineering (University of Miskolc)
5. Electrical Engineering (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)

• Medicine
1. Pharmacy (University of Debrecen)
2. Medicine (University of Debrecen)
3. Public Health (University of Debrecen)
4. Dentistry (University of Debrecen)
5. Nursing (Semmelweis University)
6. Graduate Medical Programme (University of Szeged)
7. Veterinary Medicine (University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest)

• Commerce and Management
1. Master of Business Administration (MBA) (Corvinus University of Budapest)
2. MBA in Data Driven Management (International Business School, Budapest)
3. Business Analytics (Central European University, Budapest)

• Humanities and Arts
1. Cultural Heritage Studies – Academic Research, Policy and Management (Central European University (CEU)Budapest, Hungary)
2. Philosophy (2 Years) (Central European University, Budapest)
3. Comparative History (2 Years) (Central European University, Budapest)
4. English Studies (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
5. Archaeology (Pázmány Péter Catholic University)
6. Applied Linguistics (University of Pannonia, Keszthely)
7. Study of Religions (University of Szeged)

Why Study In Hungary

Living cost – Accommodation and food expenses in Hungary total to nearly INR 18,000 per month. Thus cost of living is not too much considering that it is a European country.

Culturally rich nation – Hungary is a country which is widely renowned for preserving its culture and traditions, not only in museums, but also in Hungarian villages. The architecture of the buildings would make you believe that you are living in a time at least fifty to hundred years back. Hungarian festivals are worth taking part in.

A country worth exploring – Castle Hill, Lake Balaton, Eger Castle, Fisherman’s Bastion, Matthias Church, Margaret Island are some of the places among many which you would definitely want to explore in Hungary.

European degree at low cost – In spite of being a European country, the cost of education is low. Hungary is a place where you can get an internationally recognized European degree at a low cost.

Internationally recognized degree – Hungary is a member of international organizations such as the European Union (EU), North Atlantic treaty Organization (NATO), World Bank, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the United Nations (UN), World Trade Organization (WTO) the Schengen Area, and the Visegrád Group.


1. Medical fitness
2. Completed class XII (for graduation) and graduation (for post-graduation)
3. A good academic score in the subject of English (70% and above). If a student does not possess that, IELTS is required.
4. Some universities conduct an entrance exam particularly for medical, veterinary and health sciences. The exam generally includes multiple choice questions relating to the subject of study and an interview.


1. Birth certificate
2. A valid passport
3. Health insurance
4. Curriculum Vitae
5. Motivation letter
6. Medical certificate
7. Statement of Purpose
8. Letter of recommendation
9. Police Clearance Certificate
10. Completed application form
12. An appropriate source of funding
13. 4 passport size color photographs (background should be white)
14. Mark sheet of class XII (for graduation) and of class XII and graduation (for post-graduation)

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