Situated in Central Europe, it is one of the most popular countries for tourists in that region. It is also a landlocked country. It shares boundaries with Austria, Slovakia, Croatia, Romania, Ukraine, Slovenia, and Serbia. It has a long history, and from 1541 to 1699, it was ruled by the Muslims under the Ottoman Empire. According to World Bank, Hungary is one of the high-income countries in the world. It joined the European Union in 2004 and has been part of the Schengen Area since 2007. Budapest, situated on both banks of the Danube River, is its capital. Its other largest cities include Debrecen, Szeged, Pecs, Miskolc, and Gyor.
Hungary has some world-ranked universities. Their educational system and teaching standard are fairly better compared to Bangladesh. Teachers are helpful, friendly, and highly qualified. Teacher to students ratio is good enough that bolster teachers to engage with their students. As Hungary has a manpower crisis, that’s why jobs are available in every big city. Although getting PR takes a little bit longer, however, the option to move in other European country is always open.
In recent years, Hungary became a hot destination for Bangladeshi students. Getting the admission letter and visa can be easier than in other European Countries. From educational infrastructure to library facility, and from the educational system to teaching method; Hungary has improved a lot in a decade. These certainly will train a student for better-paying jobs.
As a student in Hungary, you will get a Hungarian residence permit that is considered as a Schengen visa. This is one of the prestigious visas in the world. Students can have visa-free access to 26 countries, and also some other countries provide on-arrival visas.
Tuition is reasonably low in Hungarian institutions. Accommodation and food costs are very cheaper in different cities, except Budapest that is slightly expensive. Students can bear their accommodation and food costs by doing a part-time job. There are government scholarships for meritorious students.
Hungarian universities and colleges offer various programs and courses that may fit to the interests of students. There is room to change their educational institution during the study period, and delaying study period is also available.
The students can work off-campus for up to 24 hours per week. Some students even work more than the prescribed hours as this provision is loosely regulated, but students should always follow the rules.