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Double Degree program between
Corvinus University of Economics, Faculty of Business Administration
and
Instituto Tecnologico Y De Estudios Superiores De Monterrey, Campus Chihuahua


Objective of the program:

The faculty of business administration of the Corvinus University of Budapest and ITESM Chihuahua in recognition of the value of international cooperation and student mobility, have decided to initiate a double degree program involving Corvinus FBA’s BA in Finance and Accounting (Finance Major) and ITESM’s BA in Financial Management (LAF program)

Language of instruction:

English

Selection criteria for students participating in the Double Degree program

  1. Be students in good academic standing. This means for:
    Corvinus FBA students: a minimum of 3.0 GPA (Grade Point Average) on the scale of 5.0 ITESM;
    Chihuahua students: a minimum of 80 (Grade Point Average) on the scale of 10.
  2. Possess the language skills required for the double degree program: Achieve a minimum TOEFL ITP score of 550 points.

Requirements for awarding the double degree

Students who have successfully completed all of the requirements of both programs, as well as a full academic year at Corvinus FBA shall be eligible to be awarded the double degree.

In order to receive a Corvinus FBA degree, students must

  • acquire a minimum of 120 Corvinus academic credits. To achieve this, students must successfully complete an academic year in Hungary (2 semesters, 30 credits each semester) and successfully complete courses (min. 60 credits) held by Corvinus FBA professors at ITESM campuses in Mexico. The same rule applies for retakes.
  • Complete a Thesis Work seminar and prepare and submit a thesis work under the supervision of a professor designated by Corvinus FBA.
  • Successfully pass the comprehensive examination administered by Corvinus FBA.
  • Successfully defend the Thesis Work in front of a 3-member committee designated by Corvinus FBA.

Requirements for awarding the certificate

Students who acquire a minimum of 60 Corvinus FBA credits, but do not acquire the 120 Corvinus FBA credits required for a Corvinus degree and/or do not fulfil the requirements for a Corvinus FBA degree, are eligible to receive a Certificate (supported by an official Corvinus FBA transcript) which attests to their participation in the program.

Related documents

The curriculum for the BA in Finance and Accounting (Finance major)

The list of courses to be taught in the frame of Corvinus FBA instruction

Location

Credit

Semester

Course

Mexico

48

1-6

Corporate Finance I.

Finance Calculations

Decision Techniques

Mathematics II.

Statistics II.

Corporate Valuation

Financial Modelling

Investments (Derivatives)

Budapest

30

7

Monetary Economics

Human Resources Management

Public Sector Economics

Environment Economics

Microeconomics

Budapest

30

8

Corporate Financial Planning

International economics

Banking

Marketing

Business Economics

Mexico

12

9-10

International Accounting (IFRS)

Corporate Finance II

 

Structure of academic year

Learning period

ITESM CHIHUAHUA

Learning period

CORVINUS FBA

Learning Period I.

September-December

Fall Semester

September-December

Learning Period II.

January-March

Spring Semester

February - May

Learning Period III.

April-June

 

 

 

Caretakers of the program

Program Director

Dr. habil. Zita Zoltay Paprika

Program Coordinator

Ms. Mónika Csizmár

Academic Director

Dr. Edina Berlinger, PhD
Head of the Department of Finance

Academic Coordinator

Ms. Helena Naffa

Administration of Agreement

Ms. Doris Keszthelyi
Head of the International Study Programs Office

Application and Registration

International Study Programs Office

Academic Counselling

International Study Programs Office

Accommodation

International Study Programs Office

Orientation and Welfare

International Study Programs Office

Last modified: 2016.07.28.