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  • to obtain an introduction to the cognitive sciences at an undergraduate level.
  • to gain safe and assisted experience of living in a European environment.
  • to give an opportunity to learn about Hungarian and European culture and history.
  • to give students an opportunity to learn (some) Hungarian

Tuition Fee

The Program operates on agreements with various Colleges and provides different services as per agreement. For individual (self-paying) applicants the tuition fee for 2024 is USD 7,500 (see also Stipends).

The tuition fee includes:

  • a 5-day Orientation Course upon arrival
  • residence permits in Hungary (to be arranged by the Hungarian Coordinator)
  • deposits and “cautions” (e.g., for keys in the accommodation)
  • courses and course handouts (if applicable), as described separately
  • high speed Internet access at dorm and campus (quality varies)
  • two 2-days weekend excursions within Hungary
  • Hungarian language course during the Semester
  • cultural courses and other cultural programs, including one ticket for a major cultural event e.g., at the celebrated Opera House in Budapest.



All courses are taught and all communications are conducted in English.

Stipends And The Full BSCS Fellowship

For students whose social conditions do not permit them to pay a full tuition fee as well as for students from eligible countries, a stipend (from the practical point of view: a partial waiver on the tuition fee) is available upon request. Stipends are awarded by the Board of Directors on a case-by-case basis. Together with the request for a stipend, a proof of parental income and any further financial aid obtained is required. Students should inquire at their local universities andorganizations for additional support.

Besides, BSCS is proud to offer one full BSCS fellowship per year to applicants. The full BSCS fellowship covers tuition. To apply, inquire at

The BSCS students are encouraged to obtain support from other fellowships covering Study Abroad (such as Gilman, Boren, etc.)