Study Abroad in Budapest, Hungary

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Study Abroad in Budapest: Living Abroad

Housing and Meals

Student Apartment

The perfect way to immerse yourself in the city, and still easily accessible for the university.

  • Double room
  • Shared kitchen, bathroom and living area
  • Located in a typical apartment building with Hungarian neighbors
  • Allowance worth $550 to subsidize the cost of purchasing meals and groceries. Students can opt out for a reduced program fee

Internet access is included in all AIFS housing in Budapest

Cultural Activities

Budapest has a very busy and vibrant cultural life. In addition to the day trips and excursions, a cultural calendar of activities and social events are included in the program fee. These activities will include both typical tourist sites and attractions and lesser known visits which take advantage of the expert knowledge of our local AIFS staff and give you a more authentic and insightful view of life in Budapest. Typical activities include:

  • Walking tour of the Buda Castle area
  • Walking tour of the Budapest Jewish District
  • Culinary tour of the Budapest Food Market
  • Boat trip along the Danube
  • Visit to Budapest Christmas Market
  • Ottoman Heritage Tour
  • Music concerts and ballet and contemporary dance performances
  • Explore Roman Budapest

You may be asked to pay a small supplementary fee for some events.

Immersion into Hungarian Language and Culture

The Tandem Partnership offers each AIFS student a Corvinus student Tandem, a buddy who will assist you before your arrival via e-mail and facilitate your first few weeks settling into the student and academic life at Corvinus University. During the program, other immersion opportunities and cultural experiences such as social hours, cooking classes taught by Hungarian students, hosting by Hungarian families and volunteering opportunities are announced to students

Volunteer Program

AIFS has developed a volunteering program for students in association with a Budapest based NGO on themes of social responsibility and inclusion of the Roma. In the spring semester, students will assist in leading a conversation course for children and new mothers from Budapest Roma communities. They will receive training and instruction and will be supervised by an NGO team leader. In the fall, students will take part in community projects where they will interact and work alongside local volunteers and community members in carrying out small renovation tasks in a Roma settlementís primary school and kindergarten and work in the community garden of the settlement.

AIFS in Budapest Resident Director, Academic Year and Semester Programs

AIFS Resident Director

Dr. Deniz Bingöl Hall

HU 1016
Naphegy utca 13 1/1
Budapest/ HUNGARY

Phone: (36) 70 553 0717
Email: dbingolhall@aifs.co.uk

Üdvözöljük! Welcome to Budapest... Originally a native of Istanbul, my graduate studies in Political Science took me to this beautiful and unique city where I made a home and lifelong friends.

Budapest, Hungary is at the heart of Europe, with one foot in its glorious Austro-Hungarian past and another foot firmly placed into the future. The city has undergone many changes since I arrived, but its Hungarian residents, young and old, are committed to preserving its unique and colorful historical character.

Here in Budapest and Hungary, you will hear great music, marvel at one of the most pristine urban architectures in Europe yet with an authentic Hungarian character; get to experience its culinary delicacies and its wine culture as an enduring symbol of fine living since the Roman times and study at the home of Hungary's Nobel laureates in sciences and literature. You will gain competence in a unique European language and get to practice it daily with Hungarian friends on walking trips throughout the city's beautiful boulevards and its many historical neighborhoods, sailing along the Danube Bend and visiting the other cultural and natural treasures throughout Hungary. I look forward to welcoming you to Budapest!

The Resident Director provides academic advice, introduces you to the community and handles communication with the University.