100 Hungarian Government Scholarships for South African Students 2017/2018
An agreement has been signed between the Government of South Africa and the Hungarian Government offering 100 fully funded scholarships to South African students to study at participating public universities in Hungary.
Application Deadline: 5th March 2017.
Eligible Countries: South Africa
To be taken at (country): Hungary
About the Award: The qualifications offered are all at degree level. There are 30 Bachelors, 60 Masters and 10 PhD spaces available in various academic fields including natural sciences, engineering, IT, business management, agriculture, human resources and food sciences among others.
Eligibility: Application for the scholarship is open to all South African citizens with a strong academic record and an interest in studying in Hungary. Applicants should also demonstrate commitment to the development of South Africa and must be available to study abroad from September 2017. Furthermore, all applicants must meet the minimum academic requirements for entry into a similar programme at a South African university.
Number of Awardees: 100
Value of Scholarship: The scholarship offers tuition, accommodation and medical insurance.
How to Apply: The scholarship offers tuition, accommodation and medical insurance. Application forms are available to download from the following website: (vhttp://www.internationalscholarships.dhet.gov.za/Content/HUNGARY/DHET_Hungary%20application%20form.pdf).
For more information:
Chief Director: Communication
Telephone 012 312 5024 Mobile 081 710 3321
Email [email protected] www.dhet.gov.za
For General Enquiries:
Lehlohonolo Mphuthi Media Liaison:
Communication Telephone 012 312 5648 Mobile 061 985 9474
Email [email protected] www.dhet.gov.za Issued by the D
Award Provider: Hungarian Government
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