Erudera, the world’s first education search platform backed by AI, shared the analysis on the latest official data on the number of Hungarian students in the United States of America.
Number of Hungarian students in the USA decresing
The United States hosted a total of only 653 students coming from Hungary during 2020/21 marking the lowest number per academic year of Hungarian students in the US in the last 20 years. A decrease of 10.87 % was noticed compared to the 2019/20 academic year when the number of students was 724, Erudera wrote.
Official data supports that the interest of Hungarian students in US Higher Education Institutions had slight increases and decreases throughout the years where the highest number of Hungarian students in the US
in the last two decades was noticed in 2001/02 academic year when 1,242 students were enrolled in US Higher Education Institutions. Since 2002, the US has not enrolled over 1,000 Hungarians in an academic year.
Donjeta Pllana, an official from Erudera, the world’s first education search platform backed by AI, commented that Hungarian students mostly choose Western Europe for their studies where UK, Germany, and Austria are usually targeted. Based on official data, Hungarian students seem to prefer The United Kingdom more than the United States, where 2,650 Hungarians studied in the UK in the academic year 2020/21, which is four times more than the number of enrolled students in the US in the same academic year.
About Erudera’s mission
Erudera’s mission is to completely change the way students research their university and study program options using technology, make it easier for them to make decisions based on data and detailed information, and
to help more students make their dream of studying abroad a reality,
they say on their website.
Using Erudera students will be able to find their ideal university and study program recommended to them based on their personality, academic achievements, career prospects, and personal preferences, so they can do better research, compare available options, and come to a better decision on their own.