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Hungarian University of Fine Arts

The Hungarian University of Fine Arts is an art school located in the central Andrássy Avenue in Budapest. It was founded in 1871 as the Hungarian Royal Drawing School and has been called University of Fine Arts since 2001. It was the first and continues to be the most prestigious art academy in Hungary. In later decades, the school developed programs for training not only painters and sculptors, but artist-craftsmen, mosaic- and gobelin-makers, stage designers, costumers, and restorers. Numerous prominent Hungarian artists taught there, including the painters Károly Ferenczy, János Vaszary, Viktor Olgyai, Róbert Berény, Aurél Bernáth, Jenő Barcsay, and Márta Lacza; sculptor Béni Ferenczy and other notable artists.


  • Hungary


  • Budapest ,

Founding year


Acceptance rate


Fall semester application deadline

May 15

Spring semester application deadline

October 30

Semester fees (30 ECTS)

Not specified

Subjects available to free mover students

Art & Design [English]

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