University of Pécs

International programmes

 

Areas of Study

 

The following Study Abroad programs are available for our incoming international students. All the programs are offered in English.

 

If you click on the program name you can download its Course List:

 

 

The full Course List of all the available programs can be found here.

 

One program consists of many different courses. One course represents between 1-9 ECTS credits per semester.

Our Study Abroad Program is extremely flexible as it allows you to take courses from different departments across the University. You can effectively create your own study program to suit your interests and match your home degree courses.

 

 

Hungarian Language courses

International students are not required to be able to speak Hungarian in order to participate in the Study Abroad programs since the above mentioned programs are all taught in English. However if students would like to, there is also a possibility to learn Hungarian during their stay at the University of Pécs.

Hungarian language and culture courses are organized by two units at our university. Students are free to apply for any of these courses and can earn 9 ECTS credits per semester by completing the course. If you click on the course name you can download the detailed description of the course.

 

Hungarian Language and Culture course

   Faculty of Humanities

           Hungarian Language and Culture course

International Studies Centre

 

 

Period of study

The first step is to decide how long you wish to study abroad. There are three possible study options we can offer you:

 

Study option

Length

Study period

1.

Whole academic year

September – June

2.

Autumn (fall)

September – December

3.

Spring semester

February – June

The University's standard academic year runs from September to June, with teaching taking place in two semesters.

 

Assessment

The courses have their own specified assessment requirements. These may include a mixture of written papers, examinations, special tests, presentations, or other practical assignments.

Teaching methods vary from subject to subject, although most involve a mixture of formal lectures and smaller seminars, which provide the foundation for further independent study.

 

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