The two main costs of going to university are tuition fees and living costs.
Tuition fees – are the fees that are paid to the University by you. This covers teaching and assessment – see Tuition fees.
Living costs – these are your monthly outgoings such as rent, travel, food, social, phone bills, books for your courses – see Living costs.
After you arrive in Pécs, you can arrange your registration card (EEA) or residence permit (non-EEA) at the Immigration and Asylum Office (in Hungarian: Bevándorlási és Menekültügyi Hivatal, abbreviated as BMH).
Please visit this page for the required information.
Pécs has temperate climate with snowy, cold winter and sunny, hot summer, ranging from average -5°C in winter to 30°C in summer. You can enjoy the beautiful winter with sledging and ice-skating and can sit out in the many bars and cafés of Pécs in summer. You can also have fun by the many lakes, thermal baths and swimming pools around the city. We also have beautiful autumn and spring seasons. In South Transdanubia, spring arrives early. The Indian summer here can last till November therefore autumn starts later than usual.
You can find out more information on the fee on our Tuition fees section.
Most admission decisions should be available within 15 days after the closing date. In some cases the notification dates may significantly differ.
The relevant departmental decision will be sent via registered airmail or/and via email (a scanned pdf version).
No. The Faculties of the University of Pécs admit students based on a combination of academic merit, professional experience, and demonstrated preparation for their intended degree programmes.
You must submit a separate application for each program you want to be considered for. Regarding how to do it, refer to the relevant Faculty’s instructions.
The relevant Faculty will send you a confirmation about the application and they will inform you what documents you might need to supply as a completion.
The mother's name is an important datum for personal identification in Hungary and is required for several purposes such as obtaining a residence permit, opening a bank account, etc. Please note that it is your mother's BIRTH (or maiden) name you need to enter, not the one she has used after her marriage.
Yes, you can apply - just leave your passport information blank in your application. We will, however, need your passport data if you are admitted.
The fall semester begins in September. The spring semester begins in February. For more detailed information please check theAcademic Calendar.
Our programmes have specific deadlines that are indicated on the individual programme pages.
Late applications are considered on a case-by-case basis and can be submitted only by relevant Faculty. Contact the relevant Faculty in order to get to know more information on late application.
Deferment of admission is not a standard option for admitted students at the UP. Individual departments (Faculties) may sometimes allow deferment for exceptionally qualified candidates at their discretion.
To check the appropriateness of your qualifications you should contact the coordinators of the selected programme in the first instance enclosing brief details of the courses that you have taken/are taking, together with your achieved/expected grades and indicate clearly the subject that you are intending to study at the University.
It is essential that your English/German language skills are good enough for you to undertake an intensive and challenging academic course that is taught and examined in English/German. As a result if your first language is not English/German you will also be asked to meet a specific English/German language requirement. More information about acceptable English/German language qualifications can be found in the How to Apply section.
There’s no age requirement for admission to the UP, although the vast majority of undergraduates are 18 years or older when they come into residence. You’ll need to demonstrate that you have the maturity and personal skills to cope with university level study.