We are happy to consider overseas applications on a case by case basis. As a general guide:
Erettsegi, Matura, A Levels or the International Baccalaureate are accepted for Year 1 entry onto our undergraduate programmes. Depending on the chosen course, students generally need to achieve a score of 4 in the Erettsegi or Matura.
Students with a High National Diploma (HND) or Higher Diploma can be considered for advanced entry onto a relevant undergraduate programme.
A Bachelors degree (Egyetemi Oklevel) is required for entry onto a postgraduate programme. We would consider a score in the range of 4-3, depending on the chosen course.
For entry onto our MBA International, students will also need at least 3 years relevant work experience after graduation in a managerial or supervisory capacity. Work experience is also required for several other postgraduate courses and many courses will require you to have studied relevant subjects. Please visit Courses and go to the specific page for the course you are interested in for more details.
Students holding a good Masters Degree will be considered for PhD study upon submission of a research proposal. Please visit our Graduate School pages for information on specific areas of research.
English Language requirements:
We accept IELTS, TOEFL, IGCSE and several other certificates. The required score will depend on your level of entry and your chosen course. Please visit English language requirements for more details. We offer Pre-sessional English language programmes for applicants who do not yet meet the required English level for entry onto our degree courses.
Our International Officers travel to Hungary regularly for Education Fairs, visits to agents and other events. These are great opportunities to speak to us about applying to study at the University of Portsmouth and it would be great to meet you there!
See our upcoming events below, or check our events page for full listings.
Swedish/Hungarian Student Experience
"Probably one of the best things about the University of Portsmouth is the range of opportunities offered, whether in terms of volunteering opportunities, placements or part-time jobs. This, in addition to the many societies and clubs offered at the union, allows for a broader student experience and a chance to get fully involved in student life and the possibilities that come with it.
The University is very student oriented, giving you the ability to tailor your course according to your interests. My department offers a large variety of units, ranging from hate crime, wildlife crime, forensic units and units related to transnational crime.
In addition, the dissertation allows you to explore a topic of interest, mine being on international genocide law and its enforcement. As such, it gives you the chance to widen your knowledge while at the same time choosing units which relate to whatever your future plans may be."
Course: BSc (Hons) Criminology and Forensic Studies