Scholarships and Loans

What support you might get for financing your studies?



Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship
Diaspora Scholarship 
Scholarship for Christian Young People (SCYP) 
UD International Scholarship


How can students apply for an academic scholarship at UD?

Medical students:

University students – except for Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship and Scholarship for Christian Young People students – in their second and upper years are eligible for a tuition fee reduction up to 20% of the full tuition fee should they fulfill the conditions stipulated in the Rules and Regulations, Appendix 5.

The Registrar’s Office will automatically forward the results of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy students who achieved a stipend index of 4.50 or higher in the previous semester to the Education Center. Students of the Public Health Faculty need to submit a request for tuition fee reduction in case their stipend index meets the mentioned requirements.

It is the student’s responsibility to check the grade average of his/her closed semester before the registration period.

Non-medical students:

From the 2nd year of their full degree studies onward, registered full time students who achieved a 4.0 grade average or higher in each of the previous consecutive 2 semesters may submit an application for tuition fee reduction. Please note that the 'SCHOLARSHIP INDEX' will be taken into consideration to calculate the results of grade average.

Up to 20% tuition fee reduction can be granted for a given semester to a maximum of 20% of eligible students in each semester. International Foundation Year, Basic Medicine Course and PhD students are not entitled to a reduced tuition fee.




Depending on your home country's regulations you might apply for federal loan while studying abroad. You may see a list of the most common state loans that our students use:

Canadian loans
Swedish loans – CSN
Norwegian loans – Lanekassen
Icelandic loans – LIN