The purpose of the 10-month Baccalaureate Entrance Preparatory Programme is to provide advanced or intermediate-level graduation preparation to young people with a high school diploma (baccalaureate) who wish to continue their studies in a Hungarian higher education institution in basic and undivided education. Scholarship students can continue their studies at the full-time, basic or undivided, state-financed higher education institution of their choice if they are successfully admitted to the university.
The training is coordinated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (hereinafter referred to as ‘Ministry’). The courses are conducted by KKM Hungarian Diplomatic Academy Kft. as a Training Institution on behalf of the Ministry.
Participants in Training must study two entrance-examination subjects as part of the entrance preparatory training and take the admission exam in the May-June matriculation period. The Participants in Training can choose from 9 subjects (English, biology, geography, physics, informatics, chemistry, mathematics, Hungarian language and literature, history) the subject they need for admission and graduation, which they study in a high number of hours (12-20 lessons per week). During the learning of the curriculum defined in the subject training programmes, the students systematize and deepen their existing knowledge, and supplement their incomplete knowledge, while their task-solving skills develop significantly. In the lessons, the instructors pay special attention to the development of the students skills and abilities that are absolutely necessary for successful further study at the university.