Netherlands 3rd Most Popular Destination for Hungarian Students
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Among Hungarian students aiming to study abroad, the majority continue to learn in Austria, with Germany in second place and the Netherlands now in third place, ahead of the United Kingdom, according to the research presented by the Engame Academy, writes hrportal.hu.
In the Netherlands, the number of Hungarian students increased by 23% to 2,433, almost three times the 853 recorded some five years ago.
The affordable tuition fee (EUR 2,314 per year), high-quality education (10 universities from the top 200 universities in the world) and the large number of English-language training options still possible after Britain left the EU have made it a favorite not only of Hungarian but also of EU students.
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