Study in Hungary
Hungary has a long tradition of higher education, with some of the oldest universities in the world. The country has a unique identity, something that it works hard to maintain and shows pride in. Although it is one of the smaller European countries, it has many opportunities to offer international students.
Why Study in Hungary?
Universities in Hungary have a strong focus on internationalisation, and offer high quality degree programmes. Hungarian higher education is known for its reputation in science fields, such as medicine and dentistry. The higher education system is divided into colleges and universities, which follows the Bologna Process. You can study for a bachelor, master or doctoral degree at a Hungarian institution.
There is one of Hungary’s universities in the 2019 QS World University Rankings top 500, and 6 in the top 1000. The highest ranked of these is the University of Szeged, which is placed at 470th. The next highest ranked is the University of Debrecen, which is placed in the 601-650th group.
Located in Central Europe, Hungary is home to almost 10 million people. It is a member of the European Union, and is entirely landlocked, sharing borders with 7 other countries. The country has a rich history, and is culturally significant in the areas of the arts, music, literature, sports and science and technology. As well as this, Hungary boasts the largest thermal water cave system, the largest lake in Central Europe, and the largest natural grasslands in Europe.