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Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary

In the spirit of the Biblical Word, the mission of the University is to educate young people consciously claiming the morals and spiritual values of Christianity, and to train professionals with up-to-date knowledge for the good of the nation, to serve Hungarians living in Hungary and outside our borders alike, first of all the reformed system of institutions and the reformed communities.

Master's Programmes

Humanities (2)



The university was established in its present from in 1993 but its history roots back to 1839.


  • 42 (BA, MA, single-cycle) Degree programmes
  • 3 Doctoral Schools, providing PhD programmes


The two main research fields of the Faculty of Law are the following:

  • The effects of constitutional changes and the Fundamental Law on the Hungarian legal system
  • The effects of the new technologies and global technological changes on the Hungarian legal system.

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Housing services

  • 4 Student Residence Halls providing almost 500 places for the students of the university

Student Reviews

The friendliest school
Anonymous rated 4 out of 5 stars

My school is a really cozy, friendly environment. The whole atmosphere is really nice. It’s a small school compare to the other’s in Budapest but that is exactly what I like about it. Here you are not just a code that teacher’s see in the system, they know your name and remember you. You totally feel like you are part of the community.

Best Experience Ever
Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

When I applied for an Erasmus, I didn't imagine the experience to be as amazing as it was. The University was great, with a lot of facilities for the exchange students and with a lot of practical classes, which was surprising coming from a very theoretical Uneversity in Spain. The only thing I didn't like about the Karoli University, is that the Psychology School is very...

Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

I would recommend this university