Hungarian higher education has been representing academic excellence for more than 650 years now. Today, there are 65 higher education institutions in Hungary, ranging from minor universities of applied sciences to top research universities.



In Hungary higher education studies are offered in three training cycles: Bachelor course, Master course and Doctoral course. The length of the different level study programs are differ from each other. The following infographic shows the stucture on the Hungarian higher education:


Source: Study in Hungary webpage


The University of Dunaújváros currently offers study programs for its potetnial students on Bachelor and Master courses.


Credit System and Grading

 The European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) in Hungary ensures the transparency of the learning, teaching and assessment processes. The ECTS ensures that the grades you have achieved can be accepted by other European institutions in other countries.

At the end of the semester, the student’s study achievement is evaluated with the following grades:

  • 5-excellent,
  • 4-good,
  • 3-medium or satisfactory,
  • 2-sufficient or pass,
  • 1-fail

For incoming international students, a Transcript of Records is issued at the end of the semester, which contains the code and title of the completed courses, credits, grade, and its ECTS-compatible grade.


Hungarian grades

ECTS grades


A, B