University of Pécs

International programmes

 

Fees and Expenses

   
   

The tuition fees of the Study Abroad programs range from 80 USD to 200 USD/ECTS credit per semester depending on the chosen area of study.

Program

Tuition-fee/credit:

Architecture BSc + MSc one cycle program

110 USD

Civil Engineering BSc

110 USD

Electrical Engineering BSc

110 USD

Structural Engineering MSc

110 USD

Computer Science Engineering BSc

110 USD

Computer Science Engineering MSc

110 USD

Business Administration BA

110 USD

Applied Management MSc

110 USD

Enterprise Development and Entrepreneurship MSc

 

Psychology BA

105 USD

International Relations BA

105 USD

International Relations MA

105 USD

English and American Studies BA

100 USD

English Studies MA

105 USD

Social Work BA

105 USD

Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)

160 USD

Nursing BSc

100 USD

Physiotherapy BSc

100 USD

General Courses for all Majors in Health Sciences

80 USD

Classical Music Performance BA/MA

130-160 USD

Sculpture (single cycle MA)

130-200 USD

Ceramic Design MA

150-180 USD

Painting (single cycle MA)

130 USD

Biology BSc

100 USD 

Chemistry BSc

 

Geography BSc

 

Earth Sciences BSc

 

Mathematics BSc

 

Computer Science BSc

 

Physics BSc+MSc

 

Physical Training BSc

 

 

Living expenses

The costs of a stay in Hungary have generally been considered low by European standards.

Here is a list of essentials to get an idea of prices:
Food
•    a meal in the university canteen: HUF 600-1,000 ≈ USD 2-3

Café

•    a meal in a restaurant: HUF 1,200-4,000 ≈ USD 4 - 13
•    one litre of milk: HUF 200 ≈ USD 0,7
•    one bottle of beer: HUF 250-450 ≈ USD 0,8 - 15
•    one bottle of red table wine: HUF 600-1,500 ≈ USD 2 - 5
•    one litre of bottled water: HUF 100–150 ≈ USD 3 - 5
•    one loaf of bread: HUF 200 ≈ USD 0,7
Transport
•    a monthly bus pass for students: HUF 3,300 ≈ USD 11
•    a single ticket (bus): HUF 280 ≈ USD 0,9
•    a one-way train ticket to Budapest with a student discount: HUF 2,635 ≈ USD 7
•    a taxi ride within city limits: HUF 900-1,500 ≈ USD 3 – 5 (depending on the distance)
Entertainment
•    entrance fee for a party: HUF 0-1000 ≈ USD 0 - 3
•    a cinema ticket: HUF 700 – 1,400 ≈ EUR 2,5 – 3,5
•    a theatre ticket: HUF 1,000-2,500 ≈ USD 3.5-8.5
•    swimming pool: The Pollack Swimming Pool is free for the students of the University, other swimming pools: HUF 800-2200 ≈ USD 2.7-7.4
The Hungarian currency is called Forint (HUF, or locally Ft). Forint bills come in 20,000, 10,000, 5,000, 2,000, 1,000, 500 HUF notes, coins are 200, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5 HUF. Credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) are usually accepted in malls, city centre restaurants and shops. Always check doors for logos of the credit

 

Scholarships

U.S. students can apply for the following scholarship opportunity:

Gilman International Scholarship

Website: http://www.iie.org/en/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program

For More Information Contact: http://www.iie.org/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program/Contact-Us/Applic...

Who Can Apply: US Citizens – Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors– All Majors

IMPORTANT: All Gilman applicants MUST be Pell Grant recipients or be eligible for a Pell Grant during the planned period of study abroad or credit-bearing internship.

Description: The Gilman International Scholarship Program offers grants for U.S. citizen undergraduate students of limited financial means to pursue academic studies and credit-bearing internships abroad. Such international experience is intended to better prepare U.S. students to assume significant roles in an increasingly global economy and interdependent world. The scholarship provides awards for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving federal Pell Grants.

Program Preferences: The Gilman scholarship aims to support a diverse range of students who have been traditionally under-represented in study abroad, including but not limited to:

• students with high financial need,
• students interested in studying in diverse countries, especially those outside of Western Europe and Australia,
• students with diverse ethnic backgrounds; and
• students with disabilities.

 

U.S. students can find further scholarship opportunities on the following website:

http://www.studyabroadfunding.org/