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Program representatives will meet you upon arrival if they know the time, date, and location of your arrival (airport or rail station). It is therefore vital that the organizers in Budapest are informed about travel plans well ahead of time. Please send your travel plans to the Resident Secretery as soon as they are made. Under almost every circumstances, someone from the program will meet you upon your arrival in Budapest and you will be taken to your residence.However, if your arrival in Budapest is delayed or affected by any unforeseen factor, make a phone call to the Resident Secretary or George Kampis.


Important changes
Currently all US citizens planning to stay more than 90 days in Hungary (including BSCS students) are required to have a visa or a residence permit to Hungary. Accepted students will be informed about the details and the procedures to follow. From 2019 on we require BSCS students to come with a “D visa” (study visa) to which we provide support after acceptance.

Foreigners visiting Hungary for more than 90 days (also visa holders) must register with the Office of Immigration and Nationalization in Budapest (
BSCS students will be informed about the necessary documents and will be assisted when in Budapest.BSCS staff provides full assistance with the registration in Budapest. Registration currently involves a fee of ca. 75 USD, to be paid up front. For general information about traveling and staying in Hungary, US students may wish to consult the Hungarian Embassy in the US:
Embassy of Hungary
Department of Consular Affairs 3910 Shoemaker St., NW Washington, DC 20008 (202)-362-6730