University of Debrecen Scholarships-The Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme- Bachelors, Masters & Doctoral

The Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme

The Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme was established by the Hungarian Government to promote the internationalisation of the Hungarian higher education and to attract top foreign students from all around the world who can establish personal and professional attachments to Hungary while enjoying high quality education in the heart of Europe.

The Stipendium Hungaricum program is a governmental scholarship program that aims to offer scholarships and study opportunities to the citizens of certain countries.
The countries included in the program need to have a valid bilateral educational cooperation plan signed by the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources and the relevant ministry of the specific country responsible for education.
The scholarships are valid for studies in Hungarian state universities or state colleges in scientific fields determined in the bilateral educational cooperation plans. Programs include full BA/BSc, MA/MSc and PhD studies in Hungarian state accredited higher education institutions.
The scholarships are awarded by the Hungarian Minister responsible for education based on the nomination of the Tempus Public Foundation. The pre-selection of the candidates is carried out by the Ministry of Education of the given country or by the scholarship board appointed by that ministry.
Each and every candidate need to take an entrance exam in order to be eligible for the scholarship program. The universities are responsible for informing the candidates about the entrance exam criteria.

The recently arrived students are hosted by the Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management, Faculty of Humanities,  Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science and Technology, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Informatics, Faculty of Health.

The application deadline for September 2021 intake is: January 15, 2021




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