Hungary - Education

 

Basic facts about Hungary

 

Official name: Republic of Hungary
Area: 93.030 sq km
Population: 10.135.000
Population density: 109.4 per sq km 63% of the Hungarian population live in towns
Capital city: Budapest, area 525 sq km
Population: 1.863.000
Time: GMT + 1 hour Daylight saving
time: last weekend of March to last weekend of September
Official language: Hungarian
Public administration: 19 counties and Budapest

 

 

The Education System of Hungary

 

Until recently, education in Hungary was compulsory from the age of 6 to 16. Since September 1998, however, the duration of compulsory education is 12 years. Attending kindergarten is compulsory only from the age of 5: during the last year at kindergarten, children are prepared for school. Basic education in Hungary is provided by the general (primary) school, during two cycles of 4 years. Children attend general (primary) school up to the age of 14, after wich they have to choose another school.
Following economic and social changes and with regard to the decreasing number of pupils, in the 1990s the education system in Hungary was restructured. As a result of the changes, some of the general (primary) schools and general secondary schools provided longer or shorter schooling than formerly. Pupils received a wider range of opportunities, such as general secondary schools (gymnasiums) starting education for periods of 6 or 8 years besides the traditional 4-year-courses. These new school types made it possible to choose a school even at the age of 10 or 12. These two school types were initially favoured. However, at the end of the 1990s, their spreading was restricted by new regulations. As a consequence, these schools nowadays furnish only a small part of the secondary education.
Children can choose among secondary schools as follows:
- Technical schools
- Special technical schools
- Secondary vocational schools
- General secondary schools (gymnasiums)
 

Higher education 

 

The term higher education includes training at universities and colleges. These are mostly state universities and colleges; a smaller number are controlled by various churches and there are private colleges. Some foreign education institutions too exist in Hungary. There are altogether 72 universities and colleges with 176 faculties in the country.
In the 1990s, several higher education institutions were merged. The number of universities and colleges decreased, but the training possibilities increased significantly. In the past decade, the numbers of students at universities and colleges have risen greatly.
The academic year consists of two semesters: the autumn semester generally lasts from the middle of September to the middle of December, and the spring semester from the middle of February to the middle of May.
State-funded students can obtain their first degree free of charge at state universities and colleges. However, foreign citizens have to pay a tuition fee even at state institutions (with the exception of foreign citizens with permanent residence permission). Students who obtain a state scholarship can be exempted from paying the tuition fee. The tuition fee varies at the different institutions and faculties. Information can be found on site or on the homepage of the university.
 Applications for basic training can be submitted by students who have obtained the secondary school leaving certificate or have a degree. There is generally no age limit for applications. Both Hungarian and foreign students can apply.
The main condition of application is possession of a secondary school leaving certificate, but this does not mean automatic acceptance. Most universities and colleges also have entrance examinations. Information can be obtained from the university.
 During recent years, the number of courses in foreign languages has risen markedly (English, German and French). Competence in Hungarian language is not a criterion, with the exception of courses provided completely or partly in Hungarian. There are foreign language programmes, particularly at the medical, economic and technical universities and colleges, where competence in Hungarian is not needed. The high-level institutions afford a good opportunity for student mobility, through numerous international cooperation and participation in different European programmes (e.g. SOCRATES and CEEPUS).
 The larger universities often offer Hungarian courses for students, for instance in the frame of summer university studies.
Foreign students have the opportunity to take part in a preparation year in Hungarian if they wish to learn the language.
The degrees available at universities and colleges are as follows:
- Bachelor degree, particularly at colleges: 3-5 years
- Master degree: 4-5 years; medical universities: 6 years
- Doctoral degree, Ph.D, Doct. Of Liberal Arts (DLA ):3 years  
Universities generally provide students with a master degree, and colleges with a bachelor degree.
Foreign candidates should submit the documents:
- Photocopies of certificates of highest qualification
- If the candidate has not yet obtained a secondary school leaving certificate, school reports for the last two years including all graded results, should be presented
- A curriculum vitae (resumé) in English
- A medical certificate
- Two recent passport
-size photographs (certain universities require more than two photos)
- Letters of recommendation (e.g. from school)
- At certain universities, certification of language competence (TOEFL Test)
- Copy of passport, with personal data. 
Foreign citizens from any country who are accepted by an institute of higher education in Hungary are required to obtain a student visa (TM-6, valid for 30 days) from the Hungarian Embassy or Consulate before entering the country. To receive a student visa, it is necessary to present the "Letter of Acceptance" from the university.
On entering the country, it is necessary to apply for a residence permit from the Hungarian Police Authorities for Foreign Citizens within 14 days. 

 

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Universities in Hungary

While not as firmly established on the study-abroad map as European destinations like the UKGermany or France, Hungary is committed to becoming a higher education hub. Universities in Hungary are welcoming growing numbers of international students, both on exchange programs and for full degrees, and are increasingly offering courses taught in languages other than Hungarian, most commonly English.

In line with the Bologna Process, which aims to make higher education systems across Europe more compatible, universities in Hungary offer three levels of degree: alapképzés (bachelor’s), mesterképzés (master’s) and doktori képzés (doctorate). Bachelor’s programs typically last three or four years, master’s programs one or two, and doctorate programs three years. In some subjects, it is also possible to complete a single five- or six-year course, which combines the bachelor’s and master’s levels.

Six universities in Hungary appear in the QS World University Rankings® 2016/17, while a total of eight are featured in the QS University Rankings: Emerging Europe and Central Asia (EECA) 2016.The five highest-ranked universities in Hungary are: 

 

University of Szeged University of Szeged

Hungary’s highest-ranked university, the University of Szeged is currently placed 501-550 in the QS World University Rankings and 15th in Emerging Europe and Central Asia. Keen to welcome international students, the university participates in the Erasmus exchange program and has scholarships available for international students across all subject areas. Most courses are taught in English, and some bachelor’s degrees include an English preparatory course. The University of Szeged also features in the global top 400 for seven subjects in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016, including places in the top 200 for both pharmacy and linguistics.

Eötvös Loránd University

Ranked 601-650 in the world and 27th in the EECA region, Eötvös Loránd University is located in capital city Budapest and is one of the largest and most prestigious universities in Hungary. It’s also one of the oldest, having been established in 1635. Eötvös Loránd’s alumni include four Nobel Prize winners and many world-famous scientists. The university currently educates about 28,000 students in its eight faculties, including 2,000 international students.

University of Debrecen University of Debrecen

The University of Debrecen is ranked 651-700 in the world rankings and 29th in the EECA region as of 2016. Its main campuses are in Hungary’s second-largest city, Debrecen, in the east of the country. The university is dedicated to welcoming international students, and offers a selection of courses taught in English. It features among the world’s leading institutions for six subjects in the QS World University Rankings by Subject, including places in the global top 300 for agriculture and forestry, medicine, and modern languages.

Corvinus University of Budapest

Corvinus University of Budapest is ranked 701+ in the world and 41st in EECA. It had just under 11,000 students enrolled in the 2015/16 academic year, including over 1,400 students from outside of Hungary, many of whom are enrolled in a range of programs taught in different languages – including English, French and German. Corvinus University is currently ranked in the global top 200 for agriculture and forestry, and the top 300 for economics.

Budapest University of Technology and Economics Budapest University of Technology and Economics

A new entry in the QS World University Rankings® 2016/17 at 701+, the  Budapest University of Technology and Economics climbed 10 places to 22nd in the QS University Rankings: EECA 2016 – making it Hungary’s second-highest entry. It also features in QS World University Rankings by Subject six times, including a position among the global top 250 for mathematics. Like Corvinus University of Budapest, it teaches in a range of languages – Hungarian, English, German, French and Russian.

Other notable universities in Hungary, which all offer support for international students, include the University of Pécs (the oldest in the country, ranked 58th in the EECA rankings), Szent István University, Kaposvár University, the University of West Hungary, Széchenyi István University, the University of Pannonia and the University of Miskolc.

  

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Head of State and Government of Petro Porochenko

Area: 603500 km ²

Capital: Kiev (3.5 Mhab)

Main cities: Kharkiv (1.5 Mhab), Dnipropetrovsk (1) Odessa (1), Donetsk (1), Lviv (0.85)

Language (s) Official (s): Ukrainian / Russian

Currency: hryvnia

National Day: August 24

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 Ukraine in much of the temperate zone, in the extreme south - subtropical.

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