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We are in the same boat! – The Hungarian network of faculty developers has laid its cornerstone at Corvinus

On 24 May, the community of Hungarian faculty developers, which has been operating as a formal network since this year, held its first formal meeting at the Gellért Campus in a ground-breaking non-conference, opening a new era in the education profession. The event also saw the launch of the new working group on faculty development of the Hungarian Rectors' Conference (HRC), whose Vice-President is Kata Dósa, head of the Centre for Educational Quality Enhancement and Methodology.

“Be a Corvinus student for a day!” – Another successful event within the HiJob Framework 🌟🎓

We are thrilled to share the success of our latest event, where over 40 high school students visited us to experience the unique atmosphere of Corvinus University of Budapest. Throughout the day, they explored our iconic buildings at Fővám Square, including engaging talks by our master lecturer Stanley Ward.

Travel Live Streaming, slow tourism, cryptocurrency in tourism – Tourism Bulletin 24/2. is published

The cover of the second issue of Tourism Bulletin 2024, just published with full of content. In the spirit of internationalisation, articles have now been published in English.

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“A good Executive MBA programme will buy you into the VIP club”

A good HR manager always has plans A, B and C for succession to senior management, but to do this, the talent within the company needs to be developed. We talked to Anna Kaposvári, Head of HR at Claas Hungária, about what an Executive MBA degree is worth from an HR perspective and why she recommends the Corvinus-MSM-Seed Executive MBA programme to the selected employees.

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Getting a once-in-a-lifetime experience and a diploma – CEMS testimonials and useful tips for your semester abroad

The CEMS programme is a double-degree programme, a collaboration between a number of prominent universities around the world. Unlike what is offered in the usual information session format, we also asked students studying abroad about their personal experiences, integration, programmes and useful tips.

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