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MSc in International Economy and Business

General information
Duration of the course: 4 semesters
Tuition fee: 2750 USD / semester
Study mode: full time
Intake: September / February
Application period - self financed:

September intake: mid April - mid May

February intake: mid October - end of November

Application period - Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship:

mid November - mid January

(September intake only)

Language of Instruction: English
Faculty: Alexandre Lamfalussy Faculty of Economics



About the programme

The program reflects the increasing globalization and continuous evolution of international economics and business management. Besides giving a sound methodological foundation in statistics and micro- and macroeconomic theory, the program addresses the main aspects of the global economy: among others, trade, finance, factoring and information flows, multinational corporations, corporate strategies, international organizations, development, regionalism and integration or intellectual property.

Our undergraduate program aims to train economists to acquire high-level foreign language communication skills as well as the capability to manage international entrepreneurial activities based on the obtained economic knowledge and applied economic and methodological knowledge of their specialization.
Completion of this program allows students to continue studies in PhD’s program.

MAIN SUBJECTS: Advanced Economics, Quantitative Decision Methods, International Political Economy, Business and Globalisation, World Economy, Economic Sociology, International Law, International Finances, etc.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES: Middle/higher level division leader, prospect company leader, diplomacy, researcher, analyst, academic career, multinational companies, financial and service institutions, consultancy, media expert, political fields, etc.

Qualification at the end of studies: Economist MSc 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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