Step 1: Apply to the higher education institution, to the desired programme by the deadline for higher education admission applications (this is generally 15 February for programmes starting in September), at https://www.felvi.hu/. The results of the admission procedures are announced at the end of July, when admission thresholds are determined.
Step 2: Apply to the partner organisation of your choice in the manner advertised by the partner. Students may apply to several partner companies. If the application is successful, the partner will conclude a contract with the applicant. An agreement made among the partner company, the University, and the student is the prerequisite for admission to the dual education programme.
Choosing a company:
Companies are free to determine the admission criteria and the selection process, , in which the University has no say. Students should be prepared to take part in an interview similar to job interviews and motivational discussions, but some companies may require various tests or tasks to be submitted (for example, math problems in economics, language tests, IQ-tests, etc.). It is worth asking the HR contacts of the company of your choice about these.
In case of an unsuccessful application to the partner company, the student cannot commence the dual education, but can enrol to the university as a regular student (in case the university admittance was successful, of course).