An entrance examination is compulsory for students applying to the following programs:
The entrance exam consists of two parts:
Possible results of the exam:
The overall exam performance is taken into consideration and the scores of different parts of the exam are for internal use only and not to be communicated to the applicants.
An entrance interview is compulsory in case of the following programs:
Bachelor and master applicants can expect questions about their motivation, future plans and previous education. Applicants will also receive relevant (scientific) questions regarding their educational background/professional experience. Communication skills and level of English are also assessed.
As part of the oral interview the committee tests the English communicational skills and the motivation of the applicant. The language of the entrance examination and interview is English.
(Note for Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship applicants: the dates shown in the calendar below are not relevant for scholarship applicants. They will be contacted regarding the scholarship exam dates after country nomination and the formal check of their application.)
For further information about the exact venue, starting time and fees please contact the hosting representatives.
The UD reserves the right to cancel the exam in case of insufficient number of applicants.
For the non-medical programs of the University of Debrecen, the entrance exam is English and professional subjects dependent on the candidate's program.
In exceptional cases, applicants with outstanding grades of previous studies may be accepted for the first year directly. Students, whose examination results or grades of previous studies are not good enough to start the first year of a BSc program directly, may be admitted to the Foundation Programs.
In case of applicants with a bachelor/master degree, the University examines the possibility of admission with full or partial exemption from the entrance examination on the basis of the certificates and/or other documents submitted. In such cases, an obligatory interview is still conducted prior to registration.