Many international students, especially from developing countries, enter Hungarian universities and colleges every year. Today their number is close to 25 thousands. Hungarian government is intended to increase it to 40 thousands till 2021.
Study and living expenses in Hungary are relatively low in comparison with other EU countries: the average tuition fee is about EUR 2000–6000 per semester. A lot of regional, federal and international scholarships are offered to inbound students and the number of funding options is growing every year.
Most of Hungarian universities have partnership agreements not only with EU colleges but also with higher education institutions in North America, Asia and Australia. Students can choose from a whole range of exchange and dual degree programs. The most of educational programs in Hungary are available in English, but you can also study in Hungarian after one-year preparatory language course.
Hungarian higher education is valued in Europe and beyond its borders. Hungary is a part of top-15 list of countries by Nobel laureates per capita. The county is not only a popular study destination but also a great place for tourism and leisure. Hungary is pretty advanced country and one of the safest place to live according to Global Peace Index 2018.