It was decided to increase the number of scholarships granted to Tunisian students wishing to pursue their university studies in Hungary from 200 to 250 per year, under an additional agreement to a memorandum of understanding between the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The agreement was signed on Friday by Higher Education and Scientific Research Minister Moncef Boukthir and Hungary’s ambassador to Tunisia Lagos Mil, according to a ministry press release.
The memorandum of understanding is part of the Hungarian scholarship programme (Stipendium Hungaricum) for the years 2023-2025.
University scholarships are offered to Tunisian students to pursue their higher education at public universities in Hungary in several cycles (bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate) and in several specialities (medical and health sciences, agricultural sciences, arts and humanities, social sciences, computer sciences, information technology sciences, legal sciences, economics, engineering, sport, natural sciences, arts, political sciences and governance, etc.).
Source: Agence Tunis Afrique Presse