Study in Hungary

5 Reasons to Study in Hungary

  • ‌Lowest unemployment rate 3.4% only.

  • ‌Best salary for graduates starting from £40,000.

  • ‌Affordable and pocket friendly living cost.

  • ‌Known for its colleges and schools and the entire education system.

  • ‌Free university for everyone even for non-Germans.

About Hungary

Hungary is in Central Europe. Its capital is Budapest. The current population of Hungary is 9.6 million. Hungary is a member of the European Union. Its citizens and residents are permitted to travel freely in the EU. The currency in Hungary is the Hungarian Forint. Hungarian is the official language, however English is widely spoken in Hungary. Hungary is bordered by Slovakia, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Romania and Ukraine.

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Life in Hungary

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The great architecture that fills every inch of the city, from the famous Chain Bridge to the Great House of Parliament Climb the Gellert Hill And the views of Citadella cover the Danube and half of the city Or climb to the Libego, a chairlift that takes you Take the top of Budapest with beautiful panoramic views. There are many things to do. You can party with friends in the famous Hungarian ruined bars or go to the restaurant twice a week because it’s cheap Shopping in the market is never boring In addition, concerts and music festivals here are at an affordable price. You can hop on the train every day and visit some major European cities like Prague and Vienna in just a few hours.

Scholarships

The most famous scholarships programs in hungry are:-
Stipendium Hungaricum
The program is based on bilateral educational cooperation agreements between the ministries responsible for education in the countries / territories of origin and Hungary, or between higher education institutions.

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Industries and Research

The great architecture that fills every inch of the city, from the famous Chain Bridge to the Great House of Parliament Climb the Gellert Hill And the views of Citadella cover the Danube and half of the city Or climb to the Libego, a chairlift that takes you Take the top of Budapest with beautiful panoramic views. There are many things to do. You can party with friends in the famous Hungarian ruined bars or go to the restaurant twice a week because it’s cheap Shopping in the market is never boring In addition, concerts and music festivals here are at an affordable price. You can hop on the train every day and visit some major European cities like Prague and Vienna in just a few hours.

Interesting facts about Hungary

Hungary is home to the third largest parliament building in the world.
Budapest has the oldest subway line in mainland Europe.
Hungary is home to the second largest synagogue in the world.
Hungary is home to one of the largest music festivals in the world. Around 400,000.
Hungary is home to one of the largest music festivals in the world. Around 400,000 people from all around the world flock to the ‘Sziget festival in August.

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