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Study programmes in English
The Corvinus University of Budapest offers degree programmes in English on Bachelor, Master and PhD Level. The departments of the faculties are continuously working on widening of the offering.
The Corvinus University of Budapest aims to preserve its high vocational prestige in Hungary and internationally and to provide attractive academic programmes for students wishing to study here.
If your knowledge is not sufficient for the programme in which you wish to study, apply for a preparatory programme.
A bachelor’s programme is generally a three-year (six semesters) study programme leading to a Bachelor’s degree. In some cases the programmes last 7 semesters, including a one semester mandatory internship. Students with a fully completed secondary education allowing them access to higher educational institutions can apply for this programme. Having successfully completed the programme, all those who wish to return to the classroom after working for some years can continue their studies at the master’s level.
- Applied Economics
- Business and Management
- Communication and Media Science
- International Business
- International Relations
The Corvinus University of Budapest offers a two-year master’s programmes, among them joint and double degree programmes in cooperation with other universities from the European Union. The minimum entry requirement is a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field. Having successfully completed the programme, the students can obtain a Master’s degree.
- Amenity Horticulture
- Agricultural Biotechnology
- Business Administration
- Business Administration - Executive MBA
- Horticultural Science
- International Economy and Business
- International Relations
- Landscape Architecture
- Public Policy and Management
These three-year programmes are designed for students who wish to carry out research work and receive a PhD degree in her/his study field. Students are assigned to a research supervisor from the beginning of the programme. It is the task of the supervisor to advise the PhD candidate during the course work and the research period. The degree-acquiring process includes three elements: to pass the doctoral rigorosum, to write and defend the thesis-proposal, and to write and defend the final doctoral thesis. The dissertation must be submitted not later than the end of the fifth year from the beginning of the programme.
Double degree programmes
The double degree programmes enables students to obtain the full degree of the partner university in addition to the degree from the home university after completing a given number of semesters abroad. A double degree typically takes less time than it would take to complete each programme separately. A double degree is a great opportunity to gain international and intercultural experience.
- BA in European Economic Studies - Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Germany
BA in Applied Economics - Corvinus University
- BA in General Management - European Business School, Germany
BA in Business and Management - Corvinus University
- BA in Financial Management - Instituto Tecnologico Y De Estudios Superiores De Monterrey, Chihuahua, Mexico
BA in Finance and Accounting - Corvinus University
- MSc in International Economics and Business - Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands
MA in International Economy and Business - Corvinus University
- MSc in Food Engineering - University of Salerno
MSc in Food Engineering - Corvinus University
- MA in Business Administration - Universität Passau, Germany
MSc in Management and Leadership or MSc in Marketing - Corvinus University
- MA in Business Administration - Dronten University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
MSc in Rural Development Engineering - Corvinus University
- Horticulture (multiple degree)
Joint degree programmes (curricula, admission and examination regulations) are jointly developed and recognised by several partner universities. Students spend a part of their studies – a minimum of 30 ECTS credits - at another (in some cases two or three different) institutions and the period of study and credits are automatically recognised at the student’s home institution. The teaching staff of the participating institutions work out the curriculum together and also teach at the other institutions. Upon successful completion of the study programme, students receive either national degrees from the individual institutions or a degree which is jointly conferred. These programmes are usually offered at master’s level.
- Comparative Local Development - CoDe (Erasmus Mundus)
- Interdisciplinary Research and Studies on Eastern Europe - MIREES
- International Master in Economy State and Society - IMESS (Erasmus Mundus)
- Vintage International (Erasmus Mundus)
- Russian, Central and East European Studies - IMRCEES (Erasmus Mundus)
- Agricultural, Food and Environmental Policy Analysis - AFEPA (Erasmus Mundus)
- International Master on Public Administration and the Coordination of Transition - IMPACT
Last modified: 2013.04.17.