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BScBusiness Administration and Management - Fall

Tuition fee €6,400 per year
Application fee €100 one-time

Non-refundable in all cases.

Deposit €750 one-time

Mandatory deposit for all dormitory reservations.

Registration fee €100 one-time

Non-refundable in all cases.

Insurance fee €150 one-time

Medicover’s health insurance, available only for applicants under the age of 37.

Accommodation fee €440 per month

Please note that a uniform invoice of 400 EUR is issued for everyone as coverage of the first month’s rental fees.

If you get accommodated in a cheaper room type or a different accommodation, the generated overpayment will be deducted from your second month’s rental fees.

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• We demonstrate the best practices of business through the analysis of industry-related case studies.
• Our students have the opportunity to practice their skills in a simulated business environment.
• Our strategic partnership with the Young Entrepreneurs Association of Hungary provides our students with opportunities for networking and gaining professional experience.

This program is for you if you are creative, have good problem-solving and communication skills, are interested in organizing complex processes, are open-minded with a wide perspective, and aim for professionalism.

Success has many components. If you want to succeed in business, you should be ready to think big, as well as be capable of comprehending far-reaching processes, and have analytical, organizational and managerial skills in order to deliver business results.

This is inconceivable without cutting-edge knowledge and effective training in management and communication. Our courses prepare our students to meet any business challenge imaginable. In addition to receiving a thorough grounding in economics, students also learn how to make powerful presentations, handle business negotiations, organize events and write press releases. We teach you how to compete and succeed in a professional environment, how to develop winning strategies and, how to realize your business goals.

Programme structure


• Financial Management

The specialization provides management students with an extended and more focused view of the financial functions of economic entities. The course structure within the Financial Management specialization provides thorough knowledge on how to manage and operate the financial functions and organizational frameworks of domestic and multinational companies, the financial sector and financial departments of public administration. Students will learn in detail about the types and characteristics of financial services and about fulfilling financial planning tasks in a corporate environment. Important supplemental knowledge areas, like risk management and insurance, are also part of the program. This helps students to deal with uncertainties in business and financial issues.

• Global Marketing

The aim of the specialization is to provide students with an understanding of the current theory and practice of global marketing. The course explores the international environment, together with the economic, social and technological aspects of marketing. Students will delve into the theory and practice of marketing and public relations through global examples. Digital marketing explores the basics of digital marketing practices, which are becoming increasingly important with the various business applications the Internet provides. Students can acquire international business culture and project management skills in order to be prepared for an international working environment.

• International Business

The International Business specialization is for learners who would like a thorough understanding of international business concepts, tools, and applications. This knowledge can be employed to prepare for and advance in international jobs and careers and, to generally understand the importance and role of international business practices on globalization and geopolitics. Students will learn in detail about comprehending and critically examining global business, including trade theories, globalization, political and economic systems, ethics, and international law. They will also learn to analyze and evaluate the many modes and methods that businesses can utilize in international markets.

Specializations are launched only if a minimum of 15 students wish to join the specialization.

Main topics:

Micro- and Macroeconomics, Principles of Marketing, Business Economics, Introduction to E-business, Corporate Finance, Accounting, Management and Organization, Human Resources Management, Logistics, Decision Theory and Methodology (ERP Systems), Project Management, Strategic Planning, Controlling, Business Informatics

Career opportunities

• enterprise manager
• business communicator
• environmental manager
• expert of EU economic relations
• manager of start-up businesses

Apply now! Fall semester 2024/25
Application deadline
15 Aug 2024, 23:59:59
Central European Time
Apply now! Fall semester 2024/25
Application deadline
15 Aug 2024, 23:59:59
Central European Time