Hungary is becoming an increasingly popular study abroad destination, having gained great credibility over the years and has a very strong tradition in the sciences, particularly medicine. Beyond high-quality education, Hungary also offers a lively and welcoming culture, a fascinating history, and beautiful cities. Read on to learn more about what it’s like to undertake higher education in Hungary. Located in the heart of Europe, Hungary is a land of great contrasts with a wealth of culture and history, complemented by a language very different from its neighbors. The country is situated in the low, flat area of the Carpathian Basin, with a landscape of hills and plains (Hungary features one of the largest continuous grasslands in Europe).
Hungary Education System:
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 fee in Hungary is 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 quite a number of Universities in Hungary in English Medium. Courses are taken 100% in English medium but students will still have to learn the Hungarian Language for easy communication within the country.
Many of the Universities in Hungary are fully open and available for International students. Hence, students can mix up with other cultures of other countries of the world.
You can study in Hungary without IELTS or TOEFL.
Work and study in Hungary are also possible but every student must remember that he/she has to learn the language first for easy communication.
World Ranking for most Universities in Hungary are very good. Higher education is conducted according to the Bologna System enabling students to transfer from one EU University to the other.
Hungary is a great location in the heart of Europe. within easy reach from other major European Cities, free movement within the EU.
The culture of Hungary varies across Hungary, starting from the capital city of Budapest on the Danube, to the Great Plains bordering Ukraine.
It has a rich folk crafts tradition and is also popular for some of the most well-known architectural masterpieces of Europe and the world…
Budapest is considered to be majestic, regal, and breathtaking, which is known for its rich history and elegant buildings and the lovely and friendly people who are flowing with youthfulness make the city special.
The monthly living expenses are around 500-600 EUR and we offer dormitory accommodation from 210 Eur/month
The country is not known for extreme climate
Personal safety guarantee due to lower crime rate
Good ethnic mix
The English language is widely spoken
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Hungary Economic Profile
1. Historically, Hungary has been associated with many innovations, i.e. even while being under the communist iron curtain the idea of market economy or rather the “goulash Communism” was envisaged by Janos Kadar at the end of the 1960s and this gradually evolved into innovative market socialism. This country was first to transform successfully into a market economy and today, 80% of GDP is contributed by the private sector.
2. 45 of the top 50 global companies have their offices in this country.
3.Foreign direct ownership and foreign investment in Hungarian firms are expansive and when totaled with FDI the funds infused into the Hungarian economy are more than $70 billion.
4.The focus of foreign investments has shifted to the manufacturing of high-end automobiles, renewable energy generation systems, high-end tourism, and IT.
5.Hungary has 31 058 km of roads, motorways of 1118 km, and a railroad system was 7685 km long.
6.The electrification is complete in the country.
7.The contribution of the tertiary sector is increasing in the GDP and employment while that of the manufacturing sector is also growing.
8.The future development plans of the government are ambitious and offer greater freedom to private and foreign investments.
9.Member of UNO, WTO, EU, and Schengen Treaty.