AIFS Study Abroad in Budapest, Hungary: Semester or Academic Year
Spend a semester or academic year in Budapest with AIFS. Earn 12 credits studying abroad at Corvinus University of Budapest, with an additional 3 credits available for a supplemental fee. No previous Hungarian language study is required.
This Full Curriculum Program includes courses in art, art history, business, economics, Hungarian language, international relations, law, management, marketing, politics, psychology and sociology. You may choose from the full curriculum of Corvinus University if prerequisites are met.
You'll live in a student apartment with a meal allowance included.
Enjoy cultural and social activities such as guided tours to the Jewish quarter, Grand Market, Christmas and Spring Markets, Buda Castle District and a Danube Boat trip, music and dance performances and much more.
Excursions include a day trip to Szentendre, a 3-day trip to Vienna, Austria, and a 2-day Lake Balaton and Wine Country tour.
A 3-day trip to Prague, Czech Republic, is available as an optional excursion. The optional AIFS Flight Package includes a 2-night tour of London, England en route to Hungary.
The St. Petersburg Polytechnic Institute was founded in 1899 and became one of the major universities of Russia and the former Soviet Union. It was raised to the status of state technical university in 1990 in recognition of its importance. The University is home to more than 26,000 students and 2,000 professors, lecturers and instructors. The academic program is organized by the Russian Language Center at the Preparatory Department for Foreign Students, one mile from the main campus. This department trains students from all over the world who wish to enter higher education at Russian universities and is highly regarded for excellent teaching of Russian as a foreign language. Please refer to our website for term-specific details.
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