Study options for this course
Notes about fees for this course
4000 EUR (for non-EU students);
1300 EUR/ 400,000 HUF (for EU students)
The applicant has to submit the following documents by uploading them to the online application portal of the University of Pécs:
- Minimally CEFR B2 level language exam certificate (TOEFL/IELTS/Cambridge/ECL) less than 2 years old
- Bachelor Degree and
- Transcript of studies (and their superlegalized English translation)
- Europass CV in English
- The payment receipt of the application fee
- Medical certificate, Vaccination card and HIV test
- Motivation letter
- Copy of the photo-page(s) of your passport
6. § The Faculty applies the following admission procedure for foreign nationals applying for foreign language master training programs:
(1) This admission procedure applies to all applicants who do not have Hungarian citizenship or Hungarian dual citizenship, regardless of whether they have applied for a scholarship program or a private placement at the Faculty.
(2) The applicant must be 18 years of age or older by the day before the start of the Master's program.
(3) Documents to be submitted with the application are:
- a valid passport;
- a BA/BSc certificate and a certified translation into English, which entitles the applicant to enter into a master’s program in the applicant’s home country;
- an official transcript of results of the completed BA/BSc program and a certified English translation thereof;
- a certificate of proficiency in English of no older than 2 years, on at least a CEFR level B2, obtained at an internationally recognized (accredited) language examination institution;
- the official medical certificate in English stating that the applicant has received the required vaccines and is free of communicable diseases;
- CV, letter of motivation;
- other certificates.
To apply, an electronic copy of the required documents must be submitted via the online interface designated by the Faculty, and their original copies must be submitted upon enrolment.
(4) The Faculty measures language skills and professional motivation of the applicant in an admission interview. The language of the interviews will be English.
(5) Admission interviews are conducted continuously throughout the application period, the exact dates are published on the Faculty's English-language web pages. Admission interviews are scheduled and published by the International Office of the Faculty at least two weeks prior to the interview and communicated to the Vice-Dean for Academic and Financial Affairs.
(6) The Vice-Dean for Academic and Financial Affairs shall appoint the lecturer members of the Admission Committees (hereinafter referred to as "the Committee"), with the assistance of the heads of English-language programs. The Committee shall consist of two lecturer members and a secretary. The secretary may be a non-teaching/research staff member of the Faculty.
(7) Admission interviews are conducted in person and/or online. If the interview is conducted online, the Faculty needs to provide an interface for online chat, which is primarily the faculty-provided Skype availability. If the applicant is not able to use Skype in his or her country due to local laws, the interview will take place on an online interface chosen jointly by the Faculty and the applicant.
(8) Video recording of the online interview will be saved by the Faculty and archived for one year from the date of the interview.
(9) The secretary of the Committee shall draw up minutes of the interview, which shall be kept by the Faculty in accordance with the rules on records.
(10) Applications are ranked in a 100-point system according to the following criteria:
a) Learning outcomes: maximum 50 points
b) Cover letter: maximum 25 points
c) Motivational interview: maximum 25 points
d) Extra points: maximum 13 points
Extra points may be awarded for prior economic studies, CEFR level C1 language examination and volunteering. The total score, including extra points, cannot exceed 100 points.
(11) Minimum eligibility criteria for admissions
a) obtains more than zero points for each of the four main criteria [(10) a), b), c)], and
b) the total score, of at least 40, without extra points.
(12) Recruitment decisions will be made by the Dean of the Faculty on the proposal of the Vice-Dean for Academic and Financial Affairs, taking into account the applicant's score and the capacity of the training program applied for.