Please note that the fellow does not have student status and these provisions are only a contribution to the cost of living of the fellow in Hungary, which means that it may not fully cover the cost of living during the scholarship period. – the extent of the provisions covered by the thesis grant. Students can apply for bachelor`s, master`s and doctoral programs as well as preparatory courses. In addition to free training, the program offers monthly scholarships, health insurance and housing allowances for scholarship holders. The maximum duration of the SH thesis scholarship is 12 months, but no longer than what is requested in the application. Tempus Public Foundation […] if the student does not receive at least 18 credits on average in the last two semesters where student status has not been interrupted.) applies to all Scholarship Holders of the Hungaricum Scholarship. The Hungaricum Scholarship Program was launched in 2013 by the Hungarian government. The main objective of the programme is to support the internationalisation of Hungarian higher education and its development, to strengthen the international relations of the Hungarian academic and research community, to improve the cultural diversity of higher education institutions and to promote the good reputation and competitiveness of Hungarian higher education worldwide. The programme is based on bilateral education cooperation agreements signed between the ministries responsible for education in the sending countries/territories and Hungary or between institutions. Currently, more than 70 sending partners participate in the program on five different continents and the geographic scope of the program expands each year. – monthly work plan for the proposed scholarship period – housing contribution – free residence or HUF contribution 40,000/month to accommodation costs in Hungary for the entire duration of the scholarship period Tenders, deadlines and other details are available on the website of the stipendiumhungaricum.hu. It is based on bilateral educational agreements between Hungary and the governments of different countries and is already available on five continents in about 70 countries and attracts more than 5000 international students every year.
Applicants will benefit from more than 500 comprehensive programmes covering all areas of higher education at all levels, including part-time and PhD programmes. The exact extent of the documents to be submitted and the manner and platform for submitting the application shall be determined by the host institution. . . .