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Overview

In order to enter the programme, students have to submit all the required documents that should be submitted for full-time application. Furthermore, they also have to submit a study certificate from the home university and the transcripts of the completed semesters.

Students applying for the partial study programme have to participate in an entrace exam which consists of two parts. On one hand, the applicants’ previous studies are evaluated (based on the transcripts and the final secondary certificate/high school diploma), motivation letter and any additional documents are checked as well. On the other hand, applicants need to participate in an online admission interview. During this interview applicants need to prove their English language skills and also their suitability for their chosen program.
Applicants are invited to complete a Mathematics test as well.

During the partial study programme students have the opportunity to study at Budapest Business School either one or two semesters within the framework of the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme. Students attending the partial study programme will have the chance to choose any of the subjects given in the semester in case the chosen subject does not have any special prerequisite. If there is „Thesis writing seminar” on the major, it cannot be chosen.

30 ECTS credits can be taken in one semester is average, but students have to complete at least 18 ECTS credits.

At the end of the programme, transcript of records will be issued for the students which contains all the subject, credits and grades that they achived during the programme.

Contact:
sh@uni-bge.hu

Minimum number of scholarship holders:
1

Maximum number of scholarship holders:
3

Link:
studyinhungary.hu/institution/budapest-business-school-56.html

Programme structure

The Bachelor’s degree programme in international business economics is designed to explore the connections between world economic processes, trends and international trade and to transfer the knowledge of foreign economic policy instruments necessary for setting up and implementing international transactions (transactions in goods and services). The knowledge acquired from the programme enables students to analyse and devise the foreign trade strategy and export-import structure of national economies, to design and manage global supply chain, and to create trading, logistics and financing contracts that enable companies to enter international markets. The programme prepares students for work in the fields of international business development, international sourcing, and sales and logistics both in domestic and international business environments.

Apply now! Academic year 2023/24
Application deadline
31 Jan 2023, 23:59:59
Central European Time
Studies commence
1 Sept 2023
Apply now! Academic year 2023/24
Application deadline
31 Jan 2023, 23:59:59
Central European Time
Studies commence
1 Sept 2023
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