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Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship Now Accepting Applications

The Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship is now accepting applications for higher education studies in Hungary starting in the academic year 2022–23.

The Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship provides support to those living in the Hungarian diaspora who wish to study at a Hungarian higher education institution.


The Hungarian Government established the Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship in 2020. The program is open to young people living in the Hungarian diaspora outside Europe, who can participate in 1,300 Hungarian and English language courses at nearly 30 institutions of higher learning.

The scholarship is available for both full-time studies leading to a degree and non-degree studies including exchange studies for one or two semesters.

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The government has launched a scholarship program for young people living in the Hungarian diaspora around the world with the aim of strengthening their Hungarian identity and their relations with Hungary, the foreign minister told MTI on Tuesday. Applications for bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees can be submitted in 1,300 programs at 28 Hungarian higher education institutions, Peter […]Continue reading

The scholarship covers tuition-free education at the available higher education institutions, medical insurance and, upon request, a monthly stipend, accommodation contribution, and a travel allowance. The program is available to members of the Hungarian diaspora who live in any country outside the European Union, the Republic of Serbia or Zakarpattia Oblast in Ukraine.

Applications for the Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship must be submitted online by Jan 31 2022.

More information is available on the scholarship website here.

Featured image via Tempus Public Foundation website. The program is implemented by the Tempus Public Foundation and administered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.


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