Why Study Hungarian? A working knowledge of Hungarian can help you successfully enter a variety of professional careers. These include everything from international programs and area studies in the academic world, positions with the State Department and other government agencies, and careers in the world of international business and finance.
Hungary became a member of NATO in 1999 and the E.U. in 2004. Learning Hungarian will open you to the immense amount of literary, cinematographic, musical, and political history of the region. Through the overseas study programs available at IU, you can study abroad in Hungary and earn credit while experiencing life firsthand in one of Europe’s most intriguing cultures.
At Indiana University, not only can you become proficient in Hungarian, but you can also study the country in-depth by choosing a Major or Minor in Central Eurasian Studies.