At the end of January, you probably finished or are close to finishing all your exams. What to do in these cold, rainy and most of the time dark days of the year? It's a perfect time for catching up with friends you haven't seen lately, reading books you had to pause on, watching old classic movies, or exploring the cultural side of Hungary.
Although most of our foreign students live and study in Budapest, the cities in the countryside also have many things to offer for students. We have listed some of the most significant cities below and what they are famous for.
Are you a student from Vietnam and interested in studying in Hungary in the heart of Europe? Then between 25 and 31 October, you will have more occasions to meet the delegation of Study in Hungary both in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to get the latest information on Hungarian study options.
If you are a hiker, maybe you heard about the most famous Hungarian trail, the National Blue Trail (Országos Kéktúra) between Írottkő and Hollóháza, the two endpoints from the Western side to the North-Eastern mountains. During your studies, you can discover some parts or the whole one. Let’s get some details for your exciting journey!
Hungary has beautiful nature with various species, and more than 70 botanical gardens and arboretums wait for visitors to provide them a few silent hours for relaxing and studying. The gardens are spectacular during the whole year, but some of them are even more special in the time of blooming. Check out these university gardens with us, and book a place in the summer to visit them!