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International opportunities

Why go abroad?

Study at one of our top partner universities

Cultural and professional experience

This will be one of your most memorable university experiences

You can even earn 2 degrees

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According to § 6.§ (12) of the Rules for Partial Studies Abroad the scoring of applications will be carried out as follows:

Students will be awarded partial scores in different areas based on the application form prepared in accordance with these Regulations, with the exception that students in doctoral studies will not be awarded partial scores.

These are as follows:

– Cover letter,
– certified language proficiency,
– other professional activity.

Please make sure you read the current call for applications carefully before applying. The conditions vary from application to application and it is worth taking your time to read it.

Apply between 24 June and 8 July 2024!


Places available on additional applications

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If you have a question about the Pannónia Programme, Erasmus+, a double degree or a bilateral programme, find the appropriate menu item in the Do It Online! interface.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, if you concluded your second semester in June 2024.

The call for applications is open for the spring semester of 2024/2025.

Yes, a minimum GPA of 3.00 is required. Applicants with a GPA below 3.00 will be automatically disqualified from the application.

Applications can be submitted via the Mobility Manager system, where you will be asked to provide the requested information and upload the documents specified in the call for applications.

Yes, but all students who go abroad in the last semester of their studies will have to enrol for an extra semester before graduation, as the Credit Transfer Committee will only be able to decide on the crediting of the courses, credits and marks completed abroad at the beginning of the semester following the exchange term.

Yes, you can apply. Of course, you will only be able to go abroad if you are accepted to the master’s programme at Corvinus.

A B2 level complex language proficiency certificate in the language of your future studies is a basic requirement for application. Further language requirements are specified here. All available language proficiency certificates must be uploaded to MOBility Manager upon application.

Students are required to finance their studies at Corvinus during their exchange studies abroad if they are self-financed. In addition, the general university application conditions apply, no further conditions apply. However, applicants should be aware that the scholarship will most likely cover only part of the actual costs incurred, the difference being financed by the student.

You must choose only the fields corresponding to your study programme. The fields of study are indicated in MOBility Manager and in the 3rd annex of the call for applications. Any field that is included in your studies can be taken into account, i.e. you can also look for a place that is not fully related to yours but there are compulsory, recommended, or elective subjects in that area which can be can be included in your main training programme. It is recommended that you include as many relevant subjects as possible in your study plan for your semester abroad. With this you can make sure you can finish your studies according to the original curriculum.

Each university has an average of 1-2 places for the spring semester.

Regardless of Brexit, there are still two British universities on the partner list from which you can choose (Nottingham Trent University & University of Portsmouth). The Pannónia programme supports a limited number of outgoing students. Those having a cumulative adjusted credit index of at least 4.5. may be offered a grant.

Once the application has been submitted, the preference list cannot be changed. The applicant must accept the higher education institution that has been selected for them based on their score. If you do not wish to do so, you may withdraw from the mobility. This way you will be able to re-apply in the next application period only. It is possible to change the order only before the student clicks on the “Submit my application” button.

Write a cover letter regarding only the first 3 universities you included in your preference list.

The cover letter must be written in the language of your studies abroad. You may choose a German university, but if the language of instruction is English, the cover letter should also be written in English. The document should also include specific details regarding why you have chosen the university and what subjects you will be able to take there that fit into your original programme of study.

No. The cover letter must be attached to the application. It will be assessed by the relevant Corvinus supervisors, not by the partner university.

This is thoroughly explained in the call for applications.

The points are calculated based on the cumulative grade point average weighted by the number of credits exported from Neptun. The grade point average in the semester of application is also included.

Frequented places require a higher score. The number of applications to a particular university and the number of places available determine the entry point threshold for a university, so this varies from year to year.

In the comment column of the partner list. A B2 level complex (intermediate written and oral) language proficiency exam certificate is a basic requirement for application. It is the applicant’s responsibility to decide whether their language skills are sufficient to follow the classes. Some partners have higher requirements (e.g., C1 or IELTS/TOEFL, TOIC, etc.). The language proficiency exam result must be valid for the whole mobility period, even if this means two consecutive language tests.

Only those uploaded to MOBility Manager can be considered during scoring. Neptun will not be checked, so it does not matter what is uploaded there. If the document expires before the departure date, it is mandatory to take and pass a new exam before the departure date. Please note that language proficiency documents not uploaded in MOB will not be taken into consideration during the calculation of points.

A B2 level complex (intermediate written and oral) language proficiency exam certificate or an equivalent official school-leaving exam certificate is a basic requirement for application, so it must be submitted during the application period. The application is invalid without these documents.

Yes, if it is stated in the annex of the school leaving exam certificate that the language examination result is equivalent to a complex language examination of at least B2. level.

The 21-credit rule requires a minimum of 21 credits (excluding thesis seminars and compulsory internships) to be completed abroad. Courses taken at Corvinus based on a preferential study plan (up to 4 courses may be taken plus seminar and internship) are not involved in the 21 credits to be completed abroad but may be involved the 21 credits required for graduation. Foreign language courses may be involved in the 21 credits in the semester abroad.

Students who are going on a mobility in the last semester of their studies should be aware that they will only be able to take their final examinations in the semester following the semester abroad, as credits and marks obtained abroad can only be counted in the following semester.

First check whether it is available on the host university’s website. If you can only request it by e-mail, it is very important that you include the exact course code and name of the course in your request.

30 ECTS must be taken. However, at least 21 ECTS must be obtained and recognized by Corvinus.

You can apply for the funding of an additional semester at Corvinus, but you are not given the grant automatically; it has conditions. You can find out more here.

Please visit the website of the foreign university. Two subjects may be equivalent if there is 75% of overlap between their course materials Professors of the relevant subject at Corvinus can help you to decide this.

For elective subjects, it is not necessary that the subject is included in the curriculum. Any subject taken abroad which is not included in the curriculum but which the student successfully completes will be accepted as an elective subject at Corvinus.

Please check which courses are offered at the host university of your choice and how many of them fit in your curriculum. You will then need to consult the professors of the particular course, who will decide whether the course in question is equivalent to a certain Corvinus course.

There is little chance that you will find a university where the course offer corresponds 100% to your compulsory courses.

Yes. However, if you are a self-financed student, you must pay the tuition fee as well.

Please submit your withdrawal ASAP so we may assign your place to someone else!

No, you cannot extend your studies from spring to autumn semester.

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