It’s another year for the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship, 2023/2024 session. The search is on and hot, pretty much the reason why you are here. Well, you made the right choice because we’ve dedicated this content just for you.
In this blog post, we have provided a sample motivation letter for the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship used by one of our successful clients and recipient of the Scholarship. You will need one too to scale your application and there is no better way to achieve this than working with us.
Meanwhile, as you read on, do take extra note of the structure and flow of thought in this written sample. One fact you should not forget as you get to it is; your motivation letter should be specific to events that have sharpened and ignited your interest in your desired field of study.
But, for the meantime, let’s have a look at the sample Stipendium Hungaricum Motivation Letter before us:
Disclaimer: This sample letter is to serve as a guide and as such must not be copied, duplicated or used in any form as a substitute for your application. If you need assistance writing or reviewing your motivation letter for Stipendium Hungaricum, you can contact us.
Credit: The motivation letter was written by Aminu Yusuf and on his permission he has shared it to help prospective applicants have an idea of what a good motivation letter for Stipendium Hungaricum should look like. Here’s a full video of him sharing how he got the Stipendium.
MOTIVATION LETTER SAMPLE
Nigeria is the largest producer of petroleum in Africa. However, the country is yet to fully harness its petroleum resources because oil production is substantially from the offshore fields in its Niger Delta region. Consequently, Nigeria’s frontier basins such as the Sokoto Basin are underexplored and poorly understood. Ongoing oil exploration in these basins are often frustrated by insufficient expertise. It is my burning desire to be a part of the ongoing oil exploration activities in the Nigeria frontier basins, hence, my motivation to pursue MSc Petroleum Geoengineering because of its indispensable application in oil exploration and exploitation.
Despite xxxx, I graduated as the best student of my class with a first Class BSC degree in Geology. I was also a beneficiary of the Federal Scholarship Board Undergraduate Scholarship, Zamfara State scholarship. I have also bagged a Bronze Medal from the National Mathematical Center and a certificate of attendance from the citizenship and Leadership Training Center.
My deep passion from this field led me to conduct a research on the petroleum potential of the Sokoto basin titled “The Geology and Petroleum Potential of Gasaho and its Environs, Part of Gas sheet 4 SE, Sokoto Basin, North-West Nigeria” during my undergraduate studies. In this work, I identified the potential source of reservoir and seal rocks in the basin based on lithological (sieve), paleoenvironmental and structural analysis and microfossil examination. This research equipped me with tremendous fieldwork and research skills as well as further deepened my interest in the area of petroleum exploration.
I am particularly interested in this program because of its excellent curriculum which contains courses like geophysics,petrophysics, geochemistry, stratigraphy and so on which I believe will equip me with the requisite expertise in Petroleum prospecting and production.
On the other hand, mining activities in Nigeria are dominated by unregulated artisanal and small-scale miners. Thus, the environment is repeatedly subjected to greater contamination from harmful pollutants like Lead (Pb) with devastating health and environmental consequences. The most prevalent way to deal with this problem is by adopting environmental-friendly and sustainable mining practices. Hence, my second intended course of study in Earth Science Engineering to acquire significant knowledge and skills required to address this geoscientific issue. To the end, I work with the presidential Artisanal Gold Mining Development safer mining technologies. These activities have provided me with considerable work experience and skills and inspired me to continue my education in order to proffer ultimate solutions to these geoscientific problems. I am particularly interested in this course because of the extensive knowledge it offers in geological and geophysical mineral exploration as well as environmental impact assessment and remediation.
As University of Miskolc is a top-ranked research-intensive university, I believe that I will greatly benefit from the pool of knowledge of its highly qualified faculty members like Dr. Istvan Berczi, and world-class learning and research facilities. Furthermore, I like to study in Hungary because of its high quality education. Moreover, the country is multicultural, safe and welcoming to international students.
Upon successful completion of the program, I hope to enroll for PhD studies. Subsequently, I will pursue a strong career in academia to enhance knowledge and perform cutting edge research in geoscience.
1. What is the scholarship for Hungary 2023 to 2024?
The scholarship for Hungary 2023 to 2024 is the Scholarship funded by the Government of Hungary in the 2023/2024 Academic Year. The Hungary scholarship also covers almost every field of study offered at 31 Hungarian higher education institutions from Doctoral (PhD/DLA) studies in any field of interest to both Bachelor and the Master’s levels.
2. Is there a scholarship in Hungary without IELTS 2023?
Yes, there is a scholarship in Hungary without IELTS in 2023. It is called the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Program. As already mentioned, It is a fully funded scholarship offered by the Hungarian government to international students to pursue Bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD degrees in Hungary. The scholarship covers tuition fees, monthly stipend, accommodation fees, and health insurance.
3. What is the minimum credit for Stipendium Hungaricum?
The minimum credit requirement for Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holders is 18 credits (i.e., a total of 36 credits) for the last two active semesters. This means that after completing two active semesters, you must have at least 36 credits. If you do not obtain the required number of credits, your scholarship may be terminated.