Students at Risk Subprogramme for students fleeing the war in Ukraine
Students at Risk Subprogramme for students fleeing the war in Ukraine
– subprogramme of the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme –
The Students at Risk Subprogramme is an addition to the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme and is supervised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and managed by the Tempus Public Foundation. Its goal is to provide assistance to students and doctoral candidates whose studies or research are interrupted because of war, catastrophe, prosecution etc. For students fleeing the war in Ukraine, the subprogramme provides higher education scholarships supporting the students in continuing their studies that they started in Ukraine or starting their higher education studies and earning a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree in Hungary.
APPLICATION FOR STUDIES FROM ACADEMIC YEAR 2022/23
For international students with third-country citizenship the application period for Academic Year 2022/23 ended on 30 April 2022.
For Ukrainian citizens the application deadline for Academic Year 2022/23 was extended until 31 July 2022 – 23:59 CET. Following 31 July 2022,
Ukrainian citizens are still able to apply for studies in Academic Year 2022/23 within the framework of a new Call for Applications. The new Call for Applications can be accessed here.
The application system is already open. All applications shall be submitted through the online application system of Tempus Public Foundation. The online application system can be accessed at https://apply.stipendiumhungaricum.hu/.
For Ukrainian citizens, the application for studies in Hungary starting in Academic Year 2022/23 is continuous even throughout the rest of the summer and Academic Year 2022/23 itself. The accepted applicants will be able to start their studies throughout the academic year, even after the beginning of the academic year. The purpose of the new Call for Applications is to help those Ukrainian citizens who wish to start their academic studies in Hungary in Academic Year 2022/23 but have missed the previous application opportunity for any reason.
The Students at Risk Subprogramme supports full-time higher education studies leading to a degree. The host universities will enrol the scholarship holders as partial study students (first phase) at the start of their scholarship studies. At the end of the first phase, the host institutions will evaluate if the scholarship holders can be admitted to a full degree programme leading to a degree (second phase) and continue their studies.
The only exception when applicants can apply for a full degree programme is when the study programmes start in the Spring Semester (“keresztfélév”), instead of Autumn. In this case, scholarship holders can start their full degree studies without a partial study phase.
Scroll to the end of the page to download past and current Call for Applications.
APPLICATIONS FOR STUDIES FROM ACADEMIC YEAR 2023/24
A new Call for Applications will be available for studies starting in Academic Year 2023/24. The Call for Applications is expected to be published around November 2022, within the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme. Please follow the updates on the https://stipendiumhungaricum.hu website.
The eligibility requirements should be checked in the Calls for Applications.
Ukrainian citizens who wish to undertake higher education studies in Hungary in Academic Year 2022/23 can find information about the Call for Applications to be published at the end of August here (click to download). This Call for Applications is open for all Ukrainian citizens, including those who have already pursued higher education studies before and those who only have a secondary school graduation certificate (and who will have obtained a secondary school graduation certificate by 1 September 2022 the latest).
The scholarship holders starting their studies in Academic Year 2022/23 are entitled to a tuition-free education, a monthly stipend (HUF 43,700 at non-degree, bachelor’s, master’s and one-tier master’s level and HUF 140,000/180,000 at doctoral level), accommodation contribution or free dormitory place, and medical insurance.
STUDY FIELDS, STUDY PROGRAMMES AND HOST UNIVERSITIES
Applicants with Ukrainian citizenship can choose any study field and study programme that are offered in the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme. Applicants with third-country citizenship could select study programmes offered in the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme in the certain study fields specified in the Call for Applications. Similarly, applicants can apply to study at those Hungarian higher education institutions that are involved in the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme. The majority of study programmes are offered in the English language. Ukrainian citizens are also offered a Hungarian Language Programme before starting their full degree studies.
In general, the study programmes and universities can be browsed in the online application system: https://apply.stipendiumhungaricum.hu/courses/search/, however please note that the list of available study programmes is updated in the system when a new Call for Applications is announced!
Please click here for further details about study opportunities if you are a Ukrainian citizen and wish to apply for studies in Academic Year 2022/23.
SUBMITTING THE APPLICATION
For international students with third-country citizenship, the application period for Academic Year 2022/23 has already ended. The Call for Applications for Academic Year 2023/24 can be expected to be published around November 2022. Please follow the news on our website.
Ukrainian citizens are still eligible to apply for studies starting in Academic Year 2022/23. A new Call for Applications is going to be published at the end of August 2022 for those who wish to apply after 31st July 2022. The possibility to apply for studies starting in Academic Year 2022/23 is open throughout the rest of the summer and Academic Year 2022/23 itself. The submission and the evaluation of the applications is continuous. This means that places are filled on a first come, first served basis. We strongly suggest submitting the application as soon as possible. Please click here for further details about the new Call for Applications.
The application system is open for Ukrainian citizens who wish to study in Academic Year 2022/23; therefore, Ukrainian applicants can start to prepare their application even before the new Call for Applications is published at the end of August 2022. Please note that there might be changes in the list of available study programmes. The list will be updated in the system up until the new Call for Applications is published.
Applications should be submitted through the online application system of Tempus Public Foundation. The online application system can be accessed at https://apply.stipendiumhungaricum.hu/.
CALLS FOR APPLICATIONS
The Students at Risk Calls for Applications contain all further details including e.g. information about the eligibility criteria, the application documents that should be uploaded and the selection procedure.
|Start of scholarship studies||Eligible citizenships||Status||Download|
|Academic Year 2022/23 (application submitted after 31 July 2022)||Ukrainian citizens||application is open||click here to download|
|Academic Year 2022/23 and spring-summer of 2022 (applications submitted until 31 July 2022)||Ukrainian citizens||application is closed||click here to download|
|Academic Year 2022/23 and spring-summer of 2022||third-country citizens||application is closed||click here to download|
|Academic Year 2023/24||to be announced around November 2022|
For further inquiries please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Stipendium Hungaricum infoline: + 36 1 236 5040.
Nota bene: Please do check the eligibility criteria in the Calls for Applications, including the requirements about citizenship. A statement is part of the application package where the applicants need to declare their citizenship. Making a false statement results in getting excluded from the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme for 10 years!