Foreigners account for nearly 14% of higher ed students

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In the 2021/2022 academic year there were 293,500 students in Hungary pursuing higher education studies, including 40,300 foreigners or some 13.7% of the total, state news wire MTI reports, citing preliminary data from the Central Statistical Office (KSH).

KSH said there were 207,300 full-time tertiary students and the share of foreign students was 18.3%.

Among full-time students, 129,000 were studying for their bachelor's degrees, including 17,300 foreigners. Masters students numbered 21,700 with the share of foreigners at 30%.

Of the little over 9,400 full-time doctoral students nearly 32% were foreigners.

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