Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) offers a wide range of degree programs to international students who intend to obtain a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree at ELTE and who want to complete the entire program in English at ELTE in Budapest, Hungary.
Courses of all programs are in English but the courses for majors in foreign languages at the Faculty of Humanities are always offered in the given language. The language of instruction and the language requirements of a particular program are indicated in the description of the given program.
As member of various consortia, ELTE also offers joint degree programs together with other European universities
Counselors can help you with a wide range of difficulties:
ELTE has the largest mobility figures for students, academics, and administrative staff among higher education institutions in Hungary. We receive a large number of visitors each year. Therefore, we find it essential to provide our guests with a wide variety of accommodation, so that they can select what suits them most.
Students can select the services of the Housing Office which provides accommodation from the private market at a reasonable price or they can apply for a room at an ELTE dormitory and use the facilities of the Students Residence Halls.
The University Library amount to 2 million titles, over 200 000 journals,600 online periodicals and 100 databases on the Internet
The Library's database contains 230 000 item records, 175 000 bibliographic records, and 225 000 authority records. There is also a direct link to the online catalogues of the Central Library of the Miskolc University and the Central Library of Semmelweis University.
There is a WIFI system available for ELTE students at the university.
When you arrive in Hungary, make sure that you have a health insurance with you that you can use for health care services during your stay in Hungary.
Read carefully which health insurance (non-private or private) you can use for the health services in Hungary.
Budapest (population: 1.7 million people), the capital of Hungary is the most popular tourist destination in the country. If you stay in Budapest, the whole Europe is easily reachable by plane from the airport.
With its vibrant cultural life, Budapest is an exciting mix of tradition, culture and entertainment for young people. It is a popular destination for students also because the city offers considerably lower costs of living than in Western Europe (e.g., rent an apartment about 200 EUR/month).
The ELTE university buildings are located in the city center and easily accessible by bike or public transport
The University Athletics Club (BEAC) was founded in 1898 as one of the very first Hungarian sports clubs. The well-known scientist and statesman Loránd Eötvös was elected its first president.
The primary concern of BEAC is to ensure quality, professional sports opportunities for ELTE students and for the youth of Budapest. Since its foundation members of the University Athletics Club have won 5 Olympic and 400 Hungarian champion titles.
Sections: aerobic and cheerleader, athletics, badminton, basketball, chess, football, futsal, handball, hiking, indoor climbing, martial arts, rugby, orienteering, table tennis, tennis, triathlon, volleyball, and waterpolo
The degree programs are accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Board. Diplomas issued at ELTE are acknowledged worldwide and course credits are transferable in all countries of the European Union.
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ELTE is generally a fine university when it comes to Computer Science. It focuses a lot on theoretical background, is heavy on math, and the courses usually don't go into the practical details of programming, rather want to give you a framework of knowledge that you can build on. It is hard, and you are free to mess up if you don't take it seriously, but it is still a...
Very bad organized, bad coordinator, bad help to solve subject's administrative problems, general disinterest from administrative staff in order to help in solving the subject's mess, bad offer of subjects in English
It was necessary a step to study abroad and continue my education in the English language. I was awarded a scholarship in Budapest, Hungary. I didn't have high expectations at all. Yet, I was positively surprised by the high teaching quality, excellent treatment by all university teachers, availablity of all kinds of resources at the library, the low prices compared to...