The Corvinus Renewal Program is being implemented through nine projects. The projects operate under the guidance of the field leader, with the widest possible involvement of the colleagues concerned.
Education Development Project
Manager: Deputy Rector for Education, Lajos György Szabó
Within the framework of the education development project, the bachelor, master and postgraduate programme portfolio offered by the University will be renewed by launching new programs and transforming the existing ones. The profession renewal program takes place in a learning outcome-based approach, with a key element incorporating feedback from students, former students and the labour market.
In the first step, Corvinus initiates the establishment and launch of politics, philosophy, economics, business data science programme in bachelor programme; international development, political economy, behaviour analysis, and at the postgraduate level further training in project management in master’s programme. Within the framework of the comprehensive professional renewal program, five programs are being transformed: in bachelor programme: applied economics, management and administration, and international management, in master’s programme: economic analysis programme, while in executive education: executive MBA programme.
Research and Development Project
Project Manager: Deputy Rector for Research, Gyula Vastag
Within the framework of the research and development project, the University’s research incentive and research support system will be renewed.
Faculty Development Project
Project Manager: Deputy Rector for Academic Workshops, László Csicsmann
The project will renew the academic career model and the continuous arrival of international colleagues.
HR and Organisational Development Project
Project Managers: Arnold Zsuzsanna, Mrs. Csenterics, HR Manager, Márton Barta, Head of Strategy and Organisational Development
Within the framework of the project, the strategic management framework, recruitment, performance development, and training and development system of the University will be renewed.
International Relations Development Project
Project Manager: Zita Paprika, Zoltayné, Head of International Relations
Based on the work within the framework of the project, Corvinus (accredited by AACSB, AMBA, EFMD) can become a “three-crown” business training institution, a Central European Network of Universities will be established, the number of joint courses with prestigious foreign universities is constantly increasing.
Corporate and Institutional Relations Development Project
Project Manager: Tamás Stukovszky, Head of Corporate and Institutional Relations
The project will renew the framework for cooperation between Corvinus and business, public administration and civil society. On the basis of the renewable framework, a comprehensive, knowledge-based partnership between Corvinus and the most prominent Hungarian companies and public institutions will become possible.
Student Services Development Project
Project Manager: Péter Major, Head of Student Services
Within the framework of the project, the framework of study and scholarship administration will be renewed, career, learning and mental health support opportunities available to students will become wider, a comprehensive digitization programme related to the entire student life will be implemented, and the framework of contact with the Corvinus Alumni community will be renewed, new community spaces are being created.
Internal Services Development Project
Project Manager: Gábor Czinderi, Head of Infrastructure Services
Within the framework of the project, the internal services of the University (legal affairs, labour affairs, procurement, travel organisation) will become customer-friendly and digital.
Communication Development Project
Project Manager: Kata Apáti-Tóth, Head of Communications
Within the framework of the project, the image and digital communication channels of the University will be renewed.