Why choose Hungary?
If you are looking for a life-changing experience alongside learning, in a city which never sleeps, Budapest is the right place for you!
You can travel easily across Europe as Hungary is a member of the Schengen Zone
According to Global Peace Index, Hungary is amongst the 20 safest countries around the world
Living expenses are much more affordable in Hungary than in any Western European country.
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Hungary in numbers
Why will you love Hungary?
- 4 Oscar awards
- 300+ festivals
- 16 Nobel prizes
- 502 Olympic medals
Classical and modern can be experienced in music, architecture, cuisine, or entertainment. And that’s not all. Thanks to the mixture of genes, knowledge and education, Hungary has brought great academic talents to the world.
Did you know that Hungary also boasts some inventions that are famous and used all over the World?
Microsoft Word and Excel, the safety matches, Rubik’s cube, ballpoint pen, helicopter and Vitamin C were all discovered by Hungarians.
Budapest leaves everyone with a different impression. With its diversity, you can find a place for culture, fun, history, education, or relaxation. And as a sparkling “UniverCity,” it’s full of students from all around the world, with a sizzling night-life. The city stretches along both sides of the Danube, representing the many faces of the Hungarian capital. There’s the historic Buda side, with its castle district, Turkish baths, Roman ruins, medieval alleys, caves and countless green areas spread out among the hills. The other side is Pest, with its ever changing promenades, stores, restaurants, bars and bubbling cultural life.
Get all important information on…
- applying to Budapest Metropolitan University
- how to get your a student visa and residence permit
Did you know that...
is one of the oldest countries in Europe It was founded in A.D. 896, before France, Germany or England
has the highest number of thermal springs in the world. 70 million liters of thermal water rise to the surface of the earth daily. Hungary has public bathing practices that go back to Roman times.
The oldest subway-line
in mainland Europe is located in Budapest. The Millenium Underground Railway line was constructed in 1896. It is the third oldest underground railway in the world after “Tünel” in Istanbul, and the London Underground.
Budapest is home to one of the largest music festivals in the world. Around 400,000 people from all over the world flock to the Sziget Festival every August.