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BSc in Business Administration Management

General information
Duration of the course: 6 semesters + 1 semesters internship
Tuition fee: 1850 USD / semester
Study mode: full time
Intake: September
Application period - self financed: mid April - mid May
Application period - Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship: mid November - mid January
Language of Instruction: English
Faculty: Alexandre Lamfalussy Faculty of Economics



About the programme

This undergraduate programme aims to train foreign language-speaking economists in the field of business administration and management. You will be able to implement tasks related to business administration and management as well as manage and organize related work processes. You will also possess a sound knowledge of economics, social theory, applied methodological, and specialized knowledge. You will be skilled in determining factors affecting demand, creating attractive and adventurous offers, and organizing related service activities.

MAIN SUBJECTS: Finance, Accounting, Statistics, Marketing, Corporate finance, Financial analysis, Human resource management, Marketing management, Management and organization, Controlling, Strategic planning etc.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES: Due to the complexity of the programme and its knowledge covering all company functions in many business area - for example: logistics, marketing, finance, HR, etc. – the graduate student will be able to get a job. We recommend this programme especially for those who want to find a job in the corporate sector, small and medium-sized, or larger, even multinational companies in the economic field, hold a managerial position, or want to start their own business. etc.

Qualification at the end of studies: Economist BSc level

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About the Faculty

The Alexandre Lamfalussy Faculty of Economics has recently been named after the world-renowned economist. It means obligation, possibilities and high expectations now and in the future for students as well as for teachers. The Faculty puts emphasis on the personal contacts between students and professors. They offer training in small student-groups and the opportunity to establish personal contact to teachers and staff.

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