Hungary is one of the oldest countries in Europe and a member of the European Union. The country boasts of no less than 1,500 spas, typically featuring Roman, Greek and Turkish architecture. Hungary’s thermal resorts are a major tourist attraction.
The cost of living in Hungary is relatively lower compared to other European Union countries and it has a safe and friendly living environment. This makes the country an ideal destination for international students.
Hungarian higher education has a long history; the first university was founded in 1367. A measure of Hungary’s success in contributing to the world’s intellectual heritage is the fact that thirteen Nobel Prize winners were educated in the country.
Hungary is also known for many inventions such as the ballpoint pen by László Bíró as well as its reputable degrees in medicine and pharmacy. It is also important to note that degree programmes are taught in English.
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