Corvinus University of Budapest endorses the Visegrad Scholarship programme for Master applicants from Central and Eastern Europe.
The scholarship makes the outstanding possibility of international higher education at Corvinus accessible and financially viable for more students in this region and beyond!
Application deadline: mid-April
Key scholarship facts:
- An estimated 60 scholarships was available in 2023
- € 3,000/semester paid directly to scholarship awardees
- €1,500/semester discounted from awardees’ tuition fees
- The scholarship covers two semesters with the possibility of extension.
Eligibility – nationality
You may be eligible to apply for the scholarship if you are from one of the following countries.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Your domiciled address must be >150km from Corvinus.
Hungarian nationals are not eligible to apply for the scholarship (to study in Hungary).
Applicants in receipt of other scholarships (e.g. Stipendium Hungaricum) are not eligible to apply for the Visegrad Scholarship.
Eligibility – Corvinus programmes
Postgraduate programmes available
How to apply?
If you are eligible, applying for the scholarship is easy.
You should first apply to Corvinus as a self-funded international applicant.
Before 15 April, you should then apply independently for the scholarship via the Visegrad Fund website.
You will later have to provide a letter of acceptance from Corvinus and eventually proof of enrolment (once you start your programme).
You must renew the scholarship each semester by providing proof of passing 30 ECTS in the previous semester.
Get in touch
We look forward to receiving your application.
Got any questions about the scholarship or studying at Corvinus as an international student? Please contact our International Student Recruitment team by making an enquiry here.
Please note: the scholarship is administered by the Visegrad Fund. Corvinus University of Budapest considers information on this page to be accurate at the time of publishing (November 2023), to the best of our knowledge. Scholarships are awarded by the Visegrad Fund. The Visegrad Fund reserves the right to make any amendments.