Path|Degree programmes for Stipendium Hungaricum students|Doctoral|PhD in Management and Organisation Sciences


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  • Business Administration and Management
  • International Economy
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
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You may apply to doctoral studies, if you

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  • have at least a university degree (MA / MSc) in the chosen discipline (doctoral school) with the necessary basic professional knowledge corresponding to the nature of the chosen discipline (discipline). (The council of the given doctoral school can only examine the requirements for a quality degree in the light of well-established facts.
  • have at least a secondary (B2) complex state-recognized language exam from English and other official language of UN or from German language;
  • propose a research topic that is worthy of cultivation and fits into the profile of the Doctoral School. Updated Topic Announcements are announced starting from February 15th every year.
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Admission Process

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All the uploaded documents of the applicant in the DreamApply system will be proved by the faculty's coordinator on a check-list. Missing documents will be also marked. If the applicant will be chosen for an interview, the coordinator sends the applicant's document to the members of the Admission Commitee (AC). The entrance exam happens in the frame of a Skype-interview with the participation of the AC. About the time, content and procedure of the entrance exam the coordinator informs the applicant with consideration of possible time-zone differences.

During the exam the AC proves the language competence, the motivation, earlier studies and the professional interest of the applicant. On a 100 point scale all these will be evaluated. After the exam the coordinator uploads the result into the DreamApply system. The applicant will be also informed about the result. In case of missing documents the coordinator informs the applicant to upload those according to the time schedule of the Tempus Foundation.

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Stipendium Hungaricum description

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The Stipendium Hungaricum program is a governmental scholarship program that aims to offer scholarships and study opportunities to the citizens of certain countries outside of EU.

The countries included in the program need to have a valid bilateral educational cooperation plan signed by the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources and the relevant ministry of the specific country responsible for education.
The scholarships are valid for studies in Hungarian state universities or state colleges in scientific fields determined in the bilateral educational cooperation plans. Programs include full BA/BSc, MA/MSc and PhD studies in Hungarian state accredited higher education institutions.
The scholarships are awarded by the Hungarian Minister responsible for education based on the nomination of the Tempus Public Foundation. The pre-selection of the candidates is carried out by the Ministry of Education of the given country or by the scholarship board appointed by that ministry.
Each and every candidate needs to take an entrance exam in order to be eligible for the scholarship program. The Hungarian higher education institution is responsible for informing the candidates about the entrance exam criteria. The selection procedure ends with the list of successful applicants being forwarded to the Sending Partner by the Tempus Public Foundation. Applicants are informed about their results by the ministry of education of the country of the applicant, or by the national scholarship office/agency.
The Tempus Public Foundation is responsible for the assessment of the scholarships.

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