Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design

Stipendium Hungaricum

Study Programmes
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The Hungarian Government established the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme in 2013 to promote the internationalisation of Hungarian higher education and to attract top international students from all around the world.

It is based on bilateral education agreements between Hungary and the governments of the sending countries. It is available on five continents in over 90 countries, attracting tens of thousands of international students each year. 

MOME has joined the list of participating universities, for the 2024-2025 academic year we accept applications within the Stipendium Hungaricum framework.

Stipendium Hungaricum application for the 2024-2025 academic year is now closed. The next application cycle for SH scholarship will start in November 2024.


How to apply?

Those who are eligible and wish to apply to MOME in the Stipendium Hungaricum framework should submit their application to the Tempus Public Foundation’s online Stipendium Hungaricum application system by 15 January 2024.

Rules and regulations

You can find the latest Operational Regulations on the following website along with Frequently asked questions: 
For all details on the application steps and requirements please read carefully the below guidelines from Tempus Public Foundation:
Call for application 2024-2025
Application Guide for the Stipendium Hungaricum Programme

What happens after your application?

To see the full process and  further steps following the January 15 application deadline please visit here: 

Please note that only applicants nominated by their Sending Partner will be contacted by MOME’s SH admission coordinator in early March, with detailed instructions about the institutional admission process.


Please bear in mind that these provisions are only a contribution to the living expenses of the Scholarship Holders. It means that it does not fully cover all the costs of living and the students need to add their own financial resources in order to cover all living expenses in Hungary. 

All applicants are highly advised to check the expected living expenses both in Hungary and in the city that they wish to live in before applying; please do check our Cost of Living Calculator by clicking here.

Study Programmes

Study programmes offered in the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship.

Content development is at the heart of the programme, which teaches students the different roles and processes of animation production as well as and the use of immersive and emerging technologies (AR, VR, MR). The main pillars of the Animation MA programme are developing independent perspectives, finding an individual artistic voice and creative method, and mastering a responsible design approach.

Our MA programme enables students to become open-minded professionals who are receptive to global trends and local challenges, and can provide sustainable responses through material-oriented solutions. 

We train strategically-minded design professionals, who will be able to develop projects to shape an inclusive and sustainable world for future generations using a design and proactive entrepreneurial mindset. The syllabus is structured around the three key areas of ‘People, Planet, Prosperity’ and focuses on developing and implementing sustainable design projects through the integration of social, environmental, and economic aspects.

We train experts who will play a leading role in designing the most innovative digital services of the future. Our graduate designers are familiar with the international scene and its opportunities, and are well-equipped to make a significant impact on digital culture.

Our Photography MA programme trains open-minded and highly autonomous artists who are able to respond sensitively and progressively to the challenges of the world, supported by state-of-the-art technology and renowned teachers.

The aim of the Graphic Design MA programme is to train graphic designers who are able to respond sensitively and progressively to global and local challenges and apply their knowledge in their role as an initiator in social, cultural and artistic projects.

Got a question?

For more information on the programme, on the application process and study programmes you can contact the Tempus Foundation.
Tempus Foundation
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