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Masters Study in Hungary

Written by ESC Author on 25 Mar 2022 Posted in Blog

Hungary is among the European countries that has made significant investments in higher
education, with obvious benefits. Students from around the world are increasingly choosing
to study at Hungarian universities for an european bachelor degree or master's degree. It's
easy to see why, given the inexpensive tuition and living costs. But wait, there's more! With
the oldest university dating back to 1367, Hungary's universities have a long history of
delivering high-quality education.
Public and private higher education institutions coexist in Hungary's higher education system.
Many accredited institutions, such as universities, business schools, management schools, and
arts institutions and academies, provide Master's degrees. ECTS credits are awarded to all
programs, including master's degrees. When you look at the quality of education and the
infrastructure provided it is clear that Hungary is ideal study destination for international
students looking to study abroad in europe.

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In Hungary, master's degrees might be one year or two years long. Hungarian state
universities usually offer two-year programmes, although private and international
institutions are more likely to give one-year programmes. Credits are earned through a
combination of compulsory/core courses and optional courses or activities, as in other
European countries. Lectures, seminars, tutorials, and practical’s are used to teach Master’s
degree students face to face or online. Coursework, exams, and the final dissertation are used
to assess students.
Although Hungarian is the primary language of instruction, many schools have chosen to
offer entire Master's degrees in English, both for local students and to encourage international
students.
You can take up your postgraduate study abroad in Europe in Hungary, although the
precise cost will depend on your nationality, your university's policies, and, of course, your
finance arrangements. Diverse scholarships are available from both domestic and foreign
sources. You may be able to raise funds under the Erasmus+ scheme, which offers money for
specific programmes such as Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters and Erasmus loans for students
who wish to learn abroad.

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