The Master’s event on Thursday afternoon will include information on how admission to the Master’s programme is changing, how credits are calculated, lectures on both one-year and two-year programmes, international opportunities on Corvinus Master’s programmes, and student organisations to join. The information sessions will provide a comprehensive overview of more than 20 graduate programmes, from Marketing to Management and Leadership, from Economic Behaviour Analysis to Business Informatics, from Finance to Political Economy.
On Friday, the Open Day will give you a taste of student life, and a chance to know more about the university’s student communities, international opportunities, scholarships, and student loans. The participants will be informed about the new admission system, and the course coordinators will tell them everything they need to know about the undergraduate courses, while lecturers will also give demonstration classes. The university will also have a special programme for parents and secondary school teachers. The two new Corvinus undergraduate programmes – Philosophy, Politics and Economics and Business Data Science – are expected to be of particular interest. From year to year, many applicants register to attend lectures on the most popular majors of the institution, such as Business and Management, Communication and Media Studies, International Business and International Relations.