There are very few people who love nature, the river and don’t know the name of the Danube river. The famous river of Bhuban is mixed with the dense blue waters of the Black Sea. Danube’s water has melted in many European countries. One of its Easy Schengen Visa European countries is Hungary. Our European country is organized today by Hungary.
Europe is the first choice of most people for higher education or travel. The European Union has tightened visas in almost all countries of Europe for students in Bangladesh. At present, the poor countries of Europe are not giving visas to the Bengali. Percent of visas from the embassy is being canceled. As a result, students in Bangladesh are lagging behind in higher education. In all the European countries where the visas are tightening, European countries are relaxing with regard to the Hungarian visas. Bangladesh has a very good relationship with the country.
There are currently 5 recognized and accepted higher education institutions in the European country of Hungary – these are the four institutions, including churches, private universities, and colleges, including six public universities, 3 government colleges, 3 private universities, and 4 private colleges. The list of higher education institutions is included by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee, which can be found on the campus Hungarian portal. All Hungarian universities are located in the capital or traditional city, each university presents a vibrant, international, and multicultural environment. That is why Hungary has become an attractive destination for higher education.
The GDP per capita is about $ 1,222 US and the unemployment rate in the country is only about 5%.
Let’s not know more about the country at a glance
Hungary is a landlocked republic in central Europe. Most of the country lies in the Danube Valley, on the Hungarian plains. It is through this plain that the river Danube flows. The total area of the country is 5,3 square kilometers and the population is about 5,3,3 people. Budapest is the European capital of Hungary and the largest city in Hungary. The city is located on both banks of the Danube River. The city is the cultural and commercial center of Eastern Central Europe.
On the north are Hungary, Slovakia on the north, Ukraine on the northwest, Austria on the east, Serbia on the south, Croatia on the southwest and Slovenia on the south. The Hungarian national languages are “Hungarian” and “Romani”.
The official language of the European country is Hungarian. The people of Hungary call themselves “laborers.” The laborers were a group of travelers from Asia. Towards the end of the 8th century, the Ar pad-led laborers conquered the plains between the Danube and the Tisha River, which is now the middle ground of the present Hungarian plains. At the beginning of the 5th century, the workers became politically united and converted to Christianity. Stephen was the first king of Hungary (9 AD). In 7, he was declared a saint.
The land is cultivated in an area of 1 lake 3 thousand ha. Agricultural products include wheat, rye, barley, maize, potatoes, sunflower seeds, and so on. The green forest covers an area of 1 lake 3 thousand hectares. Hungary is known as a rich country. Industries include iron and steel industries, cement factories, fertilizer factories, sugar industries, metal industries, leather industries, and so on. The economic condition of the country depends on foreign trade. In Hungary, coal, lignite, and bauxite are among the mineral products other than oil and gas.
Every year, many tourists travel to the country. In year 20, the country accepted 20,3 visa applications. In terms of tourism, Hungary is one of Europe’s leading medical tourism destinations. In dental tourism alone, it accounts for 32% of Europe and 20% of the global market. It signed the Schengen Agreement on April 25th and began implementation on December 26th.
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