After the same principle as in Warsaw, the Akademie Schloss Solitude initiated an exchange program for young Hungarian writers since summer 2005, coordinated by the cultural manager and member of the board of the József Attila Circle Zsófia Lórand. Partner institution Collegium Budapest started hosting guests of the program in autumn 2005.
The program is supported by the Ministry of Science, Research and Art of the State of Baden-Württemberg, the Hungarian Ministry of Culture, and the Robert Bosch Foundation (until December 2006).
Writers from Hungary previously at Solitude: Zsuzsa Selyem (October–December 2005), János Térey (April–June 2006), Harcos Bálint (September–November 2006), Gabor Lanczkor (April-June 2007), István László Geher (July–September 2008), Tamás T. Kaszás (October–December 2008), Dan Sociu (June–August 2008), Dénes Krusovszky (July–October 2009), Zsolt Nagy Koppány (July–September 2009), Zóltan Csehy (May–June 2011), Ildikó Noémi Nagy (October–December 2011), András Gerevich (October–November 2012), Kinga Tóth (October–December 2013), Márió Zóltan Nemes (September–November 2014), András Gerevich (March 2014).
Solitude fellows at the Collegium Budapest: Margareth Obexer (September–November 2005), Hans-Werner Klohe (September–October 2006), Tilman Rammstedt (April–May 2006), Anja Utler (September–November 2006), Sarnath Banerjee (April–May 2007), Esi Edugyan (April–May 2007), Kaiwan Mehta (2008), Ulrike Syha (2008), Jonathan Garfinkel (2009; Katarzyna Sowula (2009), Franziska Gerstenberg (2010), Mikolaj Lozinski (2011), Lina Mounzer (2011), Katharina Bendixen (2013), Michelle Sterling (2014).