Welcome to the website of the Embassy of Hungary in Beijing.
I hope that our website will provide you with practical information about Hungary, the Hungarian-Chinese relations with regards of any scope like governmental, economic, touristic, cultural or consular affairs.
In recent years relations between Hungary and China has been developing with utmost dynamism resulting in the highest level and quality in history. Besides the deepened bilateral relations Hungary became a front-runner and essential player in China’s cooperation with the Central and Eastern European region and Europe as a whole. I can proudly consider myself and my colleagues at the Embassy important contributors to this achievement. It is my pleasure to support the progress of the Hungarian-Chinese relations as ambassador at such a prominent period.
In line with Hungary’s strengthening position the attention towards Hungary and the Hungarian-Chinese relations is growing as well. Hence our website has become vital in providing sufficient information.
Our goal is to make this website a source of proper guidance and sufficient answers to all questions raised.
News & Highlights
In view of the current COVID-19 situation and the need of epidemic prevention and control, adjustments are now made to the Announcement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Immigration Administration on the Temporary Suspension of Entry by Foreign Nationals Holding Valid Chinese Visas or Residence Permits issued on 26 March 2020.
We wish to inform our clients, that the Consular Section of the Embassy of Hungary in Beijing – except for cases of urgent emergency involving a Hungarian citizen - will be closed during the Chinese National Holiday between the 1st and 8th of October, 2020. We will resume work on 9th of October, 2020 with normal opening hours.
We wish to inform you, that the Consular Section of the Embassy of Hungary in Beijing – except for cases of urgent emergency involving a Hungarian citizen - will be closed during the upcoming Hungarian National Day from 20th of August, 2020. We will resume work on the 24th of August with normal opening hours.
Hungary has classified the People's Republic of China in the yellow category based on the provisions regarding COVID-19.
In accordance with the above mentioned classification, the following requirements apply to Chinese citizens for the purpose of entering the territory of Hungary:
According to Government Decree 291/2020 (17 June) on travel restrictions during the pandemic preparedness period introduced by Government Decree 283/2020 (17 June), the following persons are allowed to enter Hungary without restrictions:
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade launches a new Scholarship Programme for the Hungarian Diaspora to give support to foreign students with Hungarian identity to pursue their studies in Hungarian higher education institutions.Read More
Provisions on Entering the Territory of Hungary and Special Medical Examination for Non-Hungarian Students of Higher Education Institutions in Hungary
For information purposes, the Embassy of Hungary provides Chinese students who would like to study in higher education institutions in Hungary with a brief overview of Government Decree 408/2020. (VIII.30.) regarding restrictions on traveling to Hungary during the State of Pandemic Preparedness. This Decree, which is based on Government Decree 341/2020 (many provisions are still applicable), has been effective since 1 September, 2020. Please note that in all cases the text of the Government Decree shall apply.Read More
We wish to inform you, that the Consular Section of the Embassy of Hungary in Beijing – except for cases of urgent emergency involving a Hungarian citizen - will be closed during the Dragonboat Festival from 25th of June, 2020. We will resume work on the 29th of June with normal opening hours.Read More
We wish to inform our clients that as of 18th May, 2020 certain type of consular services will be available at the Consular Section of the Embassy of Hungary in Beijing.Read More
We wish to inform you, that the Consular Section of the Embassy of Hungary in Beijing – except for cases of urgent emergency involving a Hungarian citizen - will be closed during the International Labour Day holiday between 1th of May, 2020 and 5th of May, 2020. We will resume work on 6th of May with normal opening hours.
As previously announced on 13th of March, 2020 (Announcement) the acceptance of schengen visa or residence permit applications remain suspended until further notice.Read More