Getting (Self-)Employed In Hungary As A TCN, Budapest, 12 – 14 April


Getting (Self-)Employed In Hungary As A TCN, Budapest, 12 – 14 April
The Subjective Values Foundation (SVF) is holding a training course for non-European migrants, or Third Country Nationals (TCNs), on how to become employed and/or self-employed in Hungary. This opportunity is carried out under the framework of the MIraGE (Migrant Integration for Growth in Europe) project which is supported by the Migration and Security Funds of the European Union.

1st Session: April 12th 9:00am – 12:00pm – Getting employed in Hungary
• Legal framework: Presentation by invited professionals (e.g. representatives from National Directorate-General for Aliens Policing, Immigration Office, Menedék Hungarian Association of Migrants) on work visas, types of employment contracts, and insurance and tax regulations
• How and where to look for jobs
• Good practices – stories from successfully employed TCNs

2nd Session: April 13th 9:00am – 11:00pm – Starting a business in Hungary
• Legal framework: What types of businesses can TCNs set up in Hungary? How to set up a business in Hungary as a TCN, as well as information about insurance and tax regulations, and funding opportunities
• Presentation from a legal advisor and accountant who specialize in setting up businesses (Kft. or Bt.) in Hungary as a TCN
• Good practices – successful business plan example and discussion

3rd Session: April 14th 9:00am – 11:00am – Getting self-employed in Hungary
• Legal framework: How to set up a business with a special focus on the KATA tax system
• Selected Q&A session with a KATA accountant
• Certificate

Participation in the training is absolutely free!
The training will be held in English over Zoom.

If you have any questions regarding the training, don’t hesitate to contact Sarah Bowman at
Place: Migrant Integration for Growth in Europ
Address: 1013 Budapest Alagút u. 1.
Phone: +36 1 952 2335
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