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Scholarships

We strive to compile scholarship opportunities for doctoral students that can be applied for during their doctoral studies. The ‘DÖK’ is responsible for announcing public affairs and social scholarships, and detailed information can be found on this page. Further scholarships can be explored by clicking on the provided links.

Public Affairs Scholarship

The Public Affairs Scholarship is a financial incentive supporting outstanding university public affairs activities or significant cultural achievements of doctoral students. This scholarship can be applied for every month during the semester. Such activities may include but are not limited to, organizing or participating in university events (conferences, lectures, receptions, camps, and other student events), as well as working on projects led or supervised by a university organizational unit (e.g., skill development, “internal world” project). Activities enhancing the reputation of the university include successful sports competitions, work on projects led or supervised by a university organizational unit, etc.

Applications and attachments for the scholarship can be submitted through the Neptun system, under the “Administration/Requests/Fillable Requests” menu, using the request titled “Public Affairs Scholarship I. for Doctoral Students…”. The current detailed application call and the mandatory certificate template can be found on the university’s website.

Application periods for the 2023/2024 II. semester (planned):

  • 2024.02.05. 10:00 – 2024.02.09. 12:00
  • 2024.03.04. 10:00 – 2024.03.08. 12:00
  • 2024.04.02. 10:00 – 2024.04.05. 12:00
  • 2024.06.03. 10:00 – 2024.06.07. 12:00

Social Scholarships

  • Extraordinary Social Grant

The Extraordinary Social Grant is a one-time financial benefit provided based on extraordinary events in the student’s social situation. The scholarship is accessible through a public application, announced by the Dean of Corvinus Doctoral Schools with the consent of ‘DÖK’. The scholarship is available to active students with full-time (daytime) PhD studies, but an application can only be submitted once during the academic year.

Students can apply in writing for the scholarship at any time of the year if an extraordinary event has occurred in their social situation or their family’s social situation. The scholarship has three categories (mild, moderate, severe) based on the extraordinary event, and more details can be found in the current year’s application call by clicking here.

If you need assistance during the application process, you can request consultation from the Doctoral Social Board at dszb@uni-corvinus.hu.

  • Regular Social Grant

The Regular Social Grant aims to financially support doctoral students in full-time programs based on their social situation. This scholarship covers one semester, and it can be applied for at the beginning of both the autumn and spring semesters. As the name suggests, this is a regular scholarship, meaning the amount awarded to the doctoral student is disbursed monthly for 5 months/semester.

Students receive a score based on their social situation, taking into account living conditions, family status, medication costs, monthly net income per capita, etc. The data provided in the social application must be verified with official documents.

If you need assistance during the application process, you can request consultation from the Doctoral Social Board at dszb@uni-corvinus.hu.

The application and its attachments must be submitted through the Neptun Unified Study System, under the “Administration/Requests/Fillable Requests” menu, using the request titled “Regular Social Grant Application for PhD Students…”. The current detailed application call can be found on the university’s website, by clicking here.

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