Competition to Study at University of Miskolc (Hungary)

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ASUE Foreign Relations Division informs that according to the agreement signed between Armenian State University of Economics and Miskolc University (Hungary) in the frames of “Erasmus+” program, ASUE students will be given an opportunity to study the 2nd semester of the 2018-2019 academic year in the mentioned University.
More information on program duration, financial support, as well as other details are available here.
Can apply the students who
• are studying at the 2nd, 3rd year of full-time Bachelor's degree or at the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of part-time Bachelor's degree at ASUE,
• study at the 1st year of full-time Master's degree or at the 1st or 2nd year of part-time Master's degree at ASUE (if there is no practice in ASUE during the mobility program period),
• have B2 and high level of English proficiency,
• have high advancement,
• have a great motivation to spend one-semester-study at ASUE partner University.
The students interested in the program should send the below mentioned documents to ASUE Foreign Relations Division till October 7 via e-mail:
1. Copy of Passport
2. Europass CV (in English),
3. Motivation Letter (in English),
4. English language certificate (if available)
5. For Bachelor’s Students – total GPA validated by the dean of the faculty
6. For Master’s Students - Bachelor diploma supplement or final GPA validated by the dean of the faculty
In the field of subject of the e-mail You need to mention the name of the University you apply. To ensure, that the application is accepted the applicant will receive a response message within one working day. Incorrect, as well as post-deadline applications will not be considered. Please also exclude backups. After reviewing the submitted documents, the best candidates will be interviewed.
It should be noted that the selected students have to travel to Tbilisi (Georgia) to get the Hungarian D category visa. There is no compensation for travel and visa costs within the framework of the scholarship.
For more information contact ASUE Foreign Relations Division via