Global universities on the lookout for international students generally reserve their largesse for PhD studies, counting on their MA programs to generate fee-paying students. If you are looking for ways to finance MA studies abroad, keep in mind that CEU offers a wider range of financial aid opportunities available to students than most universities.
In recent years, nine out of ten MA students in the History Department have received some form of tuition award (worth up to €12,000). In addition, CEU offers a variety of degree scholarships (including health insurance, stipend, and/or dormitory accommodations) to supplement the (relatively affordable) cost of living in Budapest. More than two thirds of our MA students benefit from various degree fellowships, so that they can devote their full energies to their studies.
Students in financial need may apply for a CEU Alumni Scholarship, which can be used to supplement other financial aid packages provided by the University. If the cost of international study seems daunting, CEU is extremely competitive in keeping MA studies financially accessible to qualified students.