Applicants who were awarded the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship should follow these essential steps in order to complete the visa application process:

1. First and most importantly, applicants are required to accept (or decline) the scholarship offer in the DreamApply system. We kindly ask all applicants to start the visa process with this step, since host institutions can issue the “Letter of Admission” upon this requirement.

2. Complete and sign the application form, then scan the form, the copy of your passport and the documents mentioned in Point 4, and send them via email to

  • Only scanned documents in pdf. format can be accepted!
  • Documents should be scanned separately and named according to their content.
  • Please mention your name in the subject of your e-mail.
  • Due to the large size of attachments, please make sure to send the documents in seperate emails.

We kindly request making an appointment only after sending all the necessary documents in the above mentioned format via email! Incomplete emails and attachments may not be accepted.

3. Book an appointment at our Consulate through the online appointment system /Jordan → Visa application (long-term; residence permit – D)/

4. Visit the Consulate (24 Hani Al-Akasheh Street, Abdoun, Amman 11181) at the time you have reserved, bring the confirmation of your online appointment and the following original documents:

  1. Application form (form + Appendix 13) completed and signed;
  2. Letter of Award of the Tempus Public Foundation;
  3. Letter of Admission of the host institution;
  4. Valid passport - the passport validity must exceed the planned stay in the Schengen area by at least 3 months and must have been issued within the past 10 years;
  5. One passport size photo – with white background that shows face features completely, not older than 6 months;
  6. Travel insurance covering at least one month from the planned departure to Hungary;
  7. Proof of accommodation: e.g. confirmation of dormitory acceptance, lease agreement, hotel booking, etc.
  8. The English version of all educational degrees (Tawjihi, BA/Bsc, MA/Msc diplomas + transcripts) (not verified)
  9. Bank statement (there is no specific balance you should have – it should be able to prove that your long-term stay, accomodation, health insurance, everyday life, etc is financially supported, apart from the scholarship):
  10. English Langguage certificate (TOEFL, IELTS)

For those who pursue Bachelor and Master studies:

  • Personal certified bank statement or parent/guardian’s certified bank statement from the last 6 months (original, in English)
  • commitment letter from the parent/guardian to support the student during the time of his/her studies in Hungary (original, in English);
  • copy of the passport or ID of the parent/guardian;

For those who pursue PhD studies: personal certified bank statement (original, in English)

Note: students/applicants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by both parents/legal guardians to apply for a visa.

Visa fees: the visa is free of charge for Scholarship holders.

5. Visa applications of people accompanying students

If family members/friends wish to accompany you on your journey to Hungary and travel with you at the same time, they must apply for a C type (Schengen) visa at Baraka Mall, by following the general rules and steps of the visa application:

Only students applying for D type visa can visit the Embassy!

6. General information on D type visa and residence permit

 You can find useful, general information on your D visa here.

As the visa process may take 3-6 weeks, sometimes even longer, we highly recommend buying your travel tickets AFTER receiving your visa. The Embassy cannot take any responsibility for problems/issues resulted from too early ticket purchase.  

The Consular Section is looking forward to receiving you.