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Hungary is a beautiful and ideal destination when it comes to higher studies. International students are always welcome here. It is a great destination for higher studies in science. Many universities provide bachelors and masters for science courses in Hungary. Some of them are as follows.
The University of Pécs provides B.Sc. courses in various fields like electrical engineering, physical education-training, earth sciences and engineering information technology. The university’s world university ranking list is 601, and it is one of the biggest institutions of learning in Hungary. The physical education-training course costs 5000/EUR per annum and is a 36-month course. Engineering information technology stretches over a period of seven semesters, July 2018 is the deadline for applying for admission.
Budapest University of Technology and Economics is a public university that provides Bachelors programme in natural sciences. It WUR ranking is 801. Knowledge of English language is a requirement for eligibility. B.Sc. in Physics is a 36-month long course, while M.Sc. is for 24 months.
The University of Debrecen in Hungary is a public university that provides bachelor’s programmes in natural sciences and applied sciences. Its WUR is 801, knowledge of English is essential. Here, B.Sc. in food engineering is a 42-month long course, and the fee costs 5547 EUR per annum. B.Sc. in biology course is 36-month long and costs 5120 EUR per annum.
The University of Szeged offers M.Sc. in biology, the duration is 24 months, and the deadline for applying for admission is June 2018. It is a public university, and its WUR is 601. It provides Masters programme in chemistry and physics too. English is the medium of learning.
Hungary provides various scholarships, like Erasmus, supporting student education. There are scholarships designed especially for international students, like Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship which is a result of bilateral ties and is available at most levels of college education. So don’t delay and apply soon!
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