The majority of the programmes are available in English. Some of the universities also offer German courses. There’s also Andrássy University, which offers all of its programmes in German. You can, of course, study in Hungarian as well.
For applicants who do not have the needed international language certificate, most colleges provide institutional language exams. Candidates who pass this internal language exam can begin their studies in the first year, whereas those who fail the exam must spend 1-2 semesters in the university’s preparation year (foundation).
In comparison to other European Union and the Schengen Member States, Hungary has exceptionally cheap living costs. Budapest is Hungary’s most costly city, yet it is 60-65 percent less expensive than London, 50-55 percent less expensive than Paris, 30-35 percent less expensive than Moscow, 20-25 percent less expensive than Almaty, and so on. Szeged, Debrecen, Pécs, Dunajváros, Gödöll, and other Hungarian cities with universities are 20-30% cheaper than Budapest.