AREAS OF STUDY
The following Study Abroad programs are available for our incoming international students.
All the programs are offered in English.
One program consists of many different courses. One course represents between 2-9 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. It is recommended to take at least 20 ECTS credits/semester.
Application deadline for spring semester intake: November 20
fall semester intake: May 15
For course syllabi, please contact the Study Abroad Office!
If you click on the program name you can download the detailed Course List:
|Business and Economics
|Humanities and Social Sciences
Music and Visual Arts
|Hungarian Language courses*
(can only be taken above the minimum ECTS number/semester and required number of courses / semester)
*Hungarian Language courses
International students are not required to speak Hungarian in order to participate in the Study Abroad programs. However, there is a possibility to learn Hungarian during your studies in Pécs if you are interested.
Please note that you can take the Hungarian Language and Culture course or the Hungarian for Foreigners course only above the minimum credit or course number/semester!
Hungarian language and culture courses are organized by two units at our university. Students can 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.
Period of study
The first step is to decide how long you wish to study abroad. The academic year in Hungary consists of two semesters – therefore you can choose from these three possible study options:
|September – June
|September – December
|February – June
The courses have their own specified assessment methods and 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. The last month of each semester is the exam period. There is a possibility to retake your exams.
You can find the List of tuition fees here.