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Thesis writing guidance (inc. formal requirements, annexes, declarations, submission dates, rules) for students submitting their thesis work in 2020/21/2 semester

Guidance for Writing and Submitting Thesis Work BM

Thesis writing process for students submitting their thesis work in 2021/2022/1 semester

Thesis writing process 2020/2021
Thesis supervisor list for the 2021 calendar year BA BM and BA IB
Choosing Thesis Topic and Supervisor via Neptun request
Business Management Thesis submission Checklist 20 21 1
Important dates for BM students submitting thesis work in 2020/2021/2
When11th April 2021 (23:59 PM CET)3rd May 2021 (12:00 CET)10th May 2021 (16:00 CET)
What90% ready thesis submission100% ready thesis submission 100% ready thesis – late submission with payment fee (8400 HUF/calendar day)

Thesis defence info including schedules of the teams, what to do, what to know

BM Thesis defence pre information
Approval for Internship
Evaluation sheet
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Thesis writing guidance (inc. formal requirements, annexes, declarations, submission dates, rules) for students submitting their thesis work in 2020/21/2 semester

Guidance for Writing and Submitting Thesis Work

Thesis writing process for students submitting their thesis work in 2021/2022/1 semester

Thesis writing process
Thesis supervisor list for 2021
Choosing Thesis Topic and Supervisor via Neptun request
Important dates for IB students submitting thesis work in 2020/2021/2
When11th April 2021 (23:59 PM CET)3rd May 2021 (12:00 CET)10th May 2021 (16:00 CET)
What90% ready thesis submission100% ready thesis submission 100% ready thesis – late submission with payment fee (8400 HUF/calendar day)
Evaluation sheet
Approval for Internship
Internship Information
Thesis information 2019/2020
Guidance for Writing and Submitting Thesis Work
Internship Information (2020/2021/2)
As part of our Alumni Mentoring Program, students are mentored by professionals who have graduated at least 5 months previously from the Corvinus Master of Business Development Program. In addition to establishing a personal relationship, selected students can gain insights into career opportunities within specific disciplines, industries, and companies, ask professional questions, participate in joint professional programs, and build their network of contacts. Throughout the program, mentors support the business or career decisions of students as well as personal development as counselors. Working together means regular consultation in person (e.g. 1-2 hours per month) and virtually.

The aim of the program, which began in the autumn of 2018, is to channel the professional knowledge and experience of CUB alumni located in the labor market into the current education system, thus creating a realistic professional image of students and transferring practical knowledge from the employer’s vantage point.

Notable Alumni

Contact person

Dr. Aranyossy Márta Institute for the Development of Enterprises
Egyetemi docens / Associate Professor
E épület, 387
Phone: +36 1 482 5432 • Ext: 5432
This section covers serval topics ranging from entrepreneurship education, enterprise development, starting and managing enterprises, sales, ethical problem facing enterprises, to sustainable development of the competitiveness of enterprises, which are either relevant to the life of a Hungarian entrepreneur or directly related to the Center. For research in this topic, we are looking for students who would like to get acquainted with the world of business, specific entrepreneurs, or who would like to analyze the current situation of the Hungarian economy and specifically related problems from an entrepreneurial point of view.

Included topics:

Innovation, incubation, spin-off:

  • Dániel Béza: University spin-offs: practical technology transfer and knowledge flow between research sites and market participants
  • János Vecsenyi: The process of starting a business and its support tools and methods
Business financing:

  • Gergely Freész: Venture capital, business angels
  • Katalin Mihalkovné Szakács: Possibilities for financing small businesses
  • János Moll: Full cost analysis and evaluation for SME products
  • Attila Petheő: Problems of founding and financing small businesses
Business management:

  • Attila Petheő: SME management in practice
  • János Vecsenyi: Start-up business management
  • János Vecsenyi: Strategies for SMEs choosing growth
Enterprise development policies:

  • László Kállay: Enterprise finance, enterprise development
  • Gábor Kerékgyártó: Government enterprise development tools
  • Gábor Kerékgyártó: Government enterprise development policy at home and abroad
  • Gábor Kerékgyártó: The role of chambers of commerce in the life of enterprises
  • Gábor Kerékgyártó: Public burdens placed on enterprises
  • Gábor Kerékgyártó: Investigation of the Budapest startup ecosystem
Entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurship training:

  • Katalin Mihalkovné Szakács: Education and training of small entrepreneurs and small businesses
  • Katalin Mihalkovné Szakács: Entrepreneurial personality and its development
The situation of SMEs in a changing environment:

  • Pál Breuer: Starting and running export-import businesses in a “mixed” Europe, or the international trap of transition periods. An examination of economic history from the period of socialism-capitalism.
  • Pál Breuer: Competition – struggle – coexistence. In addition to large companies, the opportunities for and existence of SMEs are common in overlapping markets.
  • László Kállay: SMEs in crisis
  • Gábor Kerékgyártó: The role and operation of small enterprises in specific sectors (eg winemaking, confectionery, etc.)
  • Gábor Kerékgyártó: Analysis of Entrepreneurial Case Studies
  • Mihalkovné Szakács Katalin: The importance of the individual in SME competitiveness strategy
Ethical, sustainable businesses:

  • Dániel Béza: Paradigm shifting “blue economy”: Competitiveness of environmentally conscious enterprises
  • Pál Breuer: Public Morality and Private Business. Doing business with copyrighted (“copyable”) products in Central and Eastern Europe and Hungary. 
Included topics:

Márta Aranyossy:
Enterprise decision support systems
Evaluation of IT projects

Bálint Blaskovics:
Project Success
IT project management
Human resources and project management

István Csendes:
Project portfolio management

Tibor Krisztián Csubák:
Company and enterprise financing and evaluation

Nikolett Deutsch:
Strategic management

István Fekete:
Project management
Risk Management

Zoltán Felméry:
Enterprise development policy

Attila Fiáth:
Financial performance
Enterprise decision support systems

Éva Filepné Nagy:
Business innovation

Ilona Hoffer:
Business innovation
Value analysis

Viktória Horváth:
Project management
Knowledge management

Erika Jáki:
Venture capital financing
Business planning
Business Financing

Tibor Jelen:
Strategic management, project management

Tamás Kristóf:
Corporateand business financing
Bankruptcy Prediction

Tamás Mészáros:
Strategic management

Tamás Nyitrai:
Bankruptcy prediction
Financial performance measurement

Lajos György Szabó:
Strategic project management
Tender project management
Project maturity

Attila Virág:
Energy policy, security of supply

Miklós Virág:
Bankruptcy prediction
Financial performance measurement
This section deals with the economic and social effects of international economic and management processes, with special regard to global and regional processes and the operation of companies and enterprises. We are interested in receiving both theoretically and practically oriented dissertation proposals which deal with characteristics of international, individual national and European markets, and market entry techniques. If interested, we are happy to consult with you.

Included topics:

  • Barbara Jenes: International marketing, international advertising, cultural differences, international branding
  • László Kacsirek: International trade, trade policy, global economic and trade trends, internationalization, individual countries and regional actors, current US trade policy
  • Kiss Attila: Export finance, export promotion, international taxation
  • Sándor Meisel: The international economy, international trade and trade policy, European integration, EU policies
  • Ádám Mészáros: Foreign direct investment, investment promotion, Hungarian external economic relations
  • Miskolcziné Gábriel Mónika: International shipping and logistics, supply chain management
Dávid Mezőszentgyörgyi:
  • Regulation of animal products in the European Union
  • Situation of the livestock sector
  • Agrobusiness management
  • Good practices in rural development
  • The role of public administration in agriculture and rural development
  • Rural digitization and agriculture
In September 2017, the Small Business Development Center transformed one of the alcoves on the third floor of the university’s main building into a “business-enhancing corner” known as the Corvinus Startup Corner on a trial basis. A year later, this meeting place for entrepreneurially minded students was rethought by a student group as part of the Design Communication Product and Business Development course. The class project was a success, and the now reborn concept was also presented to the dean of the Faculty of Economics, who provided support for the initiative.

As part of a course led by Dóra Horváth and Attila Cosovan, the student team rethought almost every element of the community space. The new name on the third floor is “Creativity. Unity. Business. for Innovators ”: CUBator. Small Business Development Center instructors believe that CUBatoris not just a physical space but also a virtual community.

The well-defined target group consists of students of Corvinus University Budapest, regardless of faculty affiliation. The look and feel of the area should appeal primarily to current undergraduates so that it can truly become a space that they use to develop their entrepreneurial ideas in a coworking space. CUBator can be used to organize meetings for students, to attend mentoring sessions or to develop knowledge in a workshop depending on timing and availability.

The concept of CUBator addresses the role of partnerships and emphasizes the importance of internal relations, which are performed primarily in co-operation with university lecturers and staff. University faculty who already teach and research various aspects of business development can play mentoring roles in the life of CUBator. Partnerships with university student organizations and colleges are also important, which is why CUBator works closely with the InCube student organization. The goal is to make CUBator a place not just to start a new generation of startups but also to help students with entrepreneurial ideas in general. One of the most important elements of a cross-faculty virtual community is that of self-development.

Outside the university, the concept provides close collaboration with existing external, and primarily university incubators such as Demola. The search for sponsors, as well as recommending sponsorship packages for Corvinus entrepreneurship students, provides orientation assistance for Corvinus students. Student ideas were widely supported by the faculty of the Faculty of Business Administration, extending beyond the framework of the design communication course. Negotiations have begun on the infrastructural development of CUBator, for which the Dean ofthe Faculty is also looking for opportunities. One student organization also showed interest in occupying the rethought entrepreneurial space in terms of content in collaboration with university faculty.

Since 2017, CUBator has organized several workshops, business-themed film screenings, and professional meetups. Development of CUBator as a physical space is also continuous. In the absence of a fixed university budget the financing of CUBatoris met from sponsorship grants.

Current news and events can be found on the CUBator Facebook page
Since its founding in 2008, the aim of the club has been to spread entrepreneurial culture and entrepreneurial knowledge, and to increase the desire to start a business among young people in Budapest. The club operates with the support of the Small Business Development Center of Corvinus University Budapest and the Municipality of Újbuda, within the legal framework of the Youth Entrepreneurship Association. The leaders of the club are Gergely Freész and Gábor Kerékgyártó.

The English term ‘spin off’ is translated to Hungarian as ‘kiperdül’ in that it rolls out like a grain of wheat from corn. A spin-off venture is a knowledge-intensive company that emanates from a knowledge center such as a university or research institute which has acquired its intellectual capital from the same knowledge center. In this way, the Spin-off Club is an open, creative community of young people who are interested in the business world as undergraduate or graduate students or researchers and who are considering starting their own businesses or have already began to do so.

Our goal is to transfer knowledge about starting and running a business, which universities also deal with only tangentially. The club actively helps to implement the best ideas, whether it is developing business plans or finding investors.

If we have aroused your interest, we are waiting for you every two weeks during the lockdown period from 6 pm on Mondays at 32 Bartók Béla út in the 11th district!

Current news, events are found on the Spin-Off Club Facebook page
On the website you will find valuable information and help to implement your planned business. For example, you can find out if there is a real need for your product and use the e-Planner tool to create your mini business plan. This can also be used to answer your questions, define your business concept, make a simplified financial calculation, assess expected risks and choose from risk management solutions. You can create a work plan to prepare for further tasks and to decide whether it is worth realizing your original ideas or whether you should take a new direction. From the constantly updated content you can receive interesting and current news about the domestic and international business startup world.

Please access the link!
The Youth Entrepreneurship Simulation Association (IVE) was established by instructors of the Small Business Development Center of Corvinus University Budapest, upon the initiative of the late Dr Péter Szirmai, former head of the research centre. The main goals of IVE are to encourage and support the entrepreneurial activity of young people, to spread entrepreneurial culture, to raise standards, with a focus on promoting entrepreneurship.

The main profile of IVE is in training, skills development, support for business start-ups and mentoring of operating companies and professional consultancy assistance. Through its dissemination activities, IVE helps young people aside owners to prepare business plans, to start a business and run it and to learn from experience and tested methods of successful entrepreneurs. The develops methodologies and sets up business systems to enable young people to become entrepreneurs. It deals with the evaluation of ideas, plans, and market management and human resources for those who want to start a business, train young people and generates business, evaluates applications and mentors operating businesses.

In addition to professional, mentoring and training support of IVE for young persons to become entrepreneurs, the idea has been given greater impetus to create an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary forum that brings entrepreneurial ideas to the surface and translates them into successful practice across disciplines. Thus, young people with technical knowledge and those with social and economic market knowledge can help each other and generate new synergies.

The Enterprise Development Club (FVK) is a key organization at Corvinus University Budapestwhich works with faculty and alumni members of the Institute for EnterpriseDevelopment to develop talented students and support their professional advancement in an inspiring community.

The Entrepreneurship Development Club aims to improve the standard of education and to bring together talented students and to organize activities in lectures, company visits, workshops and training sessions to supplement academic studies for students following the Master of Entrepreneurship Program. The organization aims to provide its members with knowledge complementary to university education, which helps to develop their professional and social activities.

By collaborating with the Institute of Enterprise Development’s Alumni Mentoring Program, the club seeks to create a community in which students can deepen their relationships with current and existing Master of Business Development students and share their academic and professional experience.

The primary task of the Entrepreneurship Development Club is to strengthen the identity of the Masters in entrepreneurship Development Program for both current and graduate students.
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