One of the key elements of Mathias Corvinus Collegium's (MCC) unique talent development program is to provide students with a wide range of international learning opportunities. As far as possible, the 25-year-old institution has already supported talented Hungarian students to deepen their knowledge abroad and then apply it in Hungary. Through the National Talent Centre's Stipendium Peregrinum scholarship program, MCC aims to help as many young people as possible to study at one of the most prestigious universities abroad.
For years, the Stipendium Peregrinum Scholarship Program has been patronising Hungarian students to develop their talents in the world's most prestigious universities. The Scholarship Program provides financial and professional support to students whose skills and knowledge base give them the chance to acquire the knowledge they need for a successful professional career.
On the Centre's website, the 'B' component of the Stipendium Peregrinum Scholarship is available to young applicants who have been accepted to the world's most prestigious universities abroad. The grant covers all their expenses for one year, from tuition fees to travel, accommodation and meals.
With the support of Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC), the Stipendium Peregrinum scholarship will enable 10 talented young Hungarians to study at the world's top universities from September 2021.