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Scholarships

Erasmus+ Programme

...for students


An Erasmus exchange is a great opportunity for you to broaden your horizons by discovering new countries and cultures.To take part in the Erasmus programme at EJC, you need to first contact the departmental Erasmus coordinator at your home institution to express your interest.

You can only study under the Erasmus programme if your home University has an Erasmus agreement with us.

Step-by-step

 

1. Speak to your Home University
First you need to contact the Erasmus Coordinator at your home University to express your interest in studying at Eötvös József College.
 

2. Complete the  application form
Complete the application form and  send it back with your supporting documents, e.g. transcripts of record, CV, motivation letter and language level confirmation. You can apply for the Erasmus programme by filling in an application form, that you can find here: http://ejf.hu/en/broshures

The following documents should be sent:

  • Application form
  • Health and immunisation questionary
  • CV in Europass format (www.europass.hu) and motivation letter

3. Receive a confirmation email from EJC's International Relations OfficeAccomodation

4. Accomodation

The college can provide you a place in the dormitory. Find more information: http://ejf.hu/en/dormitory. 
 

5. Arrange your visa/entry clearance 
 

6. Arrive!
Make the necessary arrangements with your Home University for your modules and Erasmus funding. Plan your travel to Hungary!

 

    An Erasmus exchange can last between 3 and 12 months (1-2 semester).

    The amount of the Erasmus study exchange grant depends on the duration of the exchange and the destination country. 

    For more information please contact us: pajrok.andor@ejf.hu, farago.krisztina@ejf.hu

    ...for staff

    If you work for another European university and are interested in an Erasmus Staff exchange (teaching or training) at Eötvös József College, contact us at pajrok.andor@ejf.hu or farago.krisztina@ejf.hu.

     

     

    Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme

    The programme is based on bilateral educational cooperation agreements signed between the Ministries responsible for education in the sending countries/territories and Hungary or between institutions.
    The Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme was launched in 2013 by the Hungarian Government. The core mission of the programme is to increase the number of foreign students in Hungary and to encourage Hungarian higher education institutions to attract top foreign students.

    The Programme is managed by Tempus Public Foundation.

    We've compiled a list that can be useful for you:

    • Visit the website of Tempus Public Foundation (http://studyinhungary.hu) to check your chosen Host Institutions for details about the entrance requirements of study programmes, curriculum and so on.
       
    • If you've read everything, visit the application interface. After your registration, you will be able to access the application surface and upload the required documents.
       
    • Write down and remember your login information, password and your e-mail address used when you submitted your application because you will need these information later (e.g. for accepting the scholarship). Write down and remember your application registration number because this is how we will be able to identify your application later.
       
    • If you finish your application package, take care to check it twice before you click the “submit” button in the application system. The information provided on the application can not be changed after the application is submitted!
       
    • You also have to take care about the correct file formats and size. One file can not be larger than 4 MB and all your files can be opened.

    What basic documents do you need to upload?


    All of the following documents are compulsory and need to be submitted to the online application surface until 16 February 2018.

    1. Motivation Letter: the length is around 1 page.
       
    2. Proof of language proficiency and its translations in english or in hungarian: You can send us your language exam or any documents that you can prove your language knowledge.
       
    3. School certificates and its translations in english or in hungarian
       
    4. Transcript of Records and its translations in english or in hungarian
       
    5. Medical Certificate
       
    6. Copy of Identification Document: If you has a passport, the scan of the passport should be upload. If you do not yet have a passport, you should upload the scanned copy of any document which may be used to prove your identity (e.g. national ID card)

    For more information please contact us: pajrok.andor@ejf.hu, farago.krisztina@ejf.hu