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Pecs, Hungary

Pécs, the fifth largest city in Hungary, is approximately 2000 years-old. Located about 200 Km South from Budapest, Hungary's southern border; Pécs, is a gateway to Croatia, and the Balkans. Famous for its Zsolnay ceramics, mysterious Roman crypts,Turkish ruins, Csontváry paintings, among others. This city is a popular destination for tourists interested in history and culture. Pécs, was originally settled by the Romans and later the Turks this creates a fascinating destination full of interesting sites, beautiful landscaping, and a vibrant, multicultural and Mediterranean atmosphere. In 2010, Pécs was the European capital of Culture, and according to The New York Times, one of its 46 recommended tourist destinations in 2013.

This year University of Pécs will be celebrating it's 5th anniversary of its summer program.

Four weeks not enough? Consider spending a fall or spring semester in Hungary!  For more information, contact us or visit us in Building 10, Suite 2125.

How to Apply


Travel Dates Summer B 2023
Class dates: late June to mid July

Note: Dates subject to minor changes. Students should plan to arrive in Pécs before classes begin.

Meeting Dates

Preparatory meetings prior to travel and a re-entry meeting are required as part of the summer study abroad experience. Topics discussed include safety, cultural adaptation, program expectations, flight/logistical arrangements, and scholarship opportunities.  The re-entry meeting covers adding skills to your resume and how to discuss your experience in an interview setting.  Mark your calendar for the following mandatory meetings:
  1. Friday, March 24
  2. Friday, April 14
  3. TBD, September 2023 (Re-entry meeting)
Course Selection All students will take Europe in a Global Arena 
Then choose one of the following courses
Participants  Up to 10 UNF undergraduate students who meet the above prerequisites

Students pay all costs, excluding tuition, directly to the University of Pécs, hotels, airlines, etc.  It is estimated that, excluding tuition and personal travel, the program will cost somewhere around $3,500:

  • Lodging for the program dates
  • GeoBlue international health insurance for the program dates
  • Business visits and transportation
  • Cultural visits and transportation
  • Airfare
  • Meals

Additionally, students must pay for six credits of UNF summer tuition and fees.


Contact coggin.abroad@unf.eduInternational Business & Study Abroad, Honors Hall (Bldg. 10), Suite 2125