100 scholarships up for grabs to deserving students

South Africa and Hungary governments have signed an agreement offering 100 scholarships to South African students to study at a participating public university in Hungary.

Government has 30 scholarships for students who want to do bachelor, 60 for masters and 10 for those who want to do PhD.

Scholarships will cover tuition fees, accommodation, medial insurance and provide small allowance.

Hungary ambassador to SA, András Király, says interested candidates can go to the Department of Higher Education website for more information on application process.

Click here for more information.

Listen to the audio below to hear who qualifies...


This article first appeared on 702 : 100 scholarships up for grabs to deserving students


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