Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship programme
The Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme is a Hungarian governmental scholarship programme which has started in 2013. The aim of this program is to offer study and scholarships opportunities for foreign students from certain countries in the frame of the Hungarian Government’s foreign policy of “Opening to the East and the South”. The countries included in the program need to have a valid bilateral educational cooperation plan signed by the Hungarian Government and the relevant ministry of the specific country responsible for education. Programs include full BA/BSc, MA/MSc, one-tier full courses and PhD studies in Hungarian state accredited higher education institutions.
The Programme is managed and handled by Tempus Public Foundation. In the academic year 2016/2017 approximately 3000 students can begin their studies in Hungary in the framework of the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme.
In case you are planning to apply to the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Program we kindly ask you to visit the following webpages underneath and also to read through the regulations from submitting your application until you receive a degree.
If you have any questions regarding the scholarship programme, please,
consult with the Tempus Public Foundation (TPF) at
stipendiumhungaricum or the
institutional coordinator of the University of Pécs:
Name: Mr. Áron BÁNÁTI
Address: H‐7622 Pécs, 4. Vasvári Pál Street, 2nd floor, Office 208.
Phone: 00 36 72 501 500 / extension 18525
Office hours: Tuesday 10:00-12:00 and Thursday 13:00-15:00
For further information please visit the website of the program.
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