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All round business, finance and economics – highly international and practical. Uniquely develop problem-solving skills, by applying complex economic theory.

Programme Description
​International Economy and Business is a unique business-economics hybrid programme. This programme will mould you into a well-rounded, pragmatic professional – comfortable with complex economic theory, but capable to apply it to solve real-world problems and become a leader.

You will benefit from a sound methodological foundation in multiple disciplines, from statistics to trade and intellectual property. Strengthen your theoretical background and through soft skill development and building your emotional intelligence you will use it to your benefit.

Learn how to lead medium and large enterprises or complex organisational units, how to negotiate successfully and how to develop effective business strategies. Choose from four different specialisations to complete your professional pallet of skills with Central Eastern Europe (CEE); European Union (EU); policy analysis; international development or economic focuses.

International Economy and Business includes field research in three different locations, educational trips and factory visits at companies, such as Suzuki, Mercedes, Bosch, Richter, and the Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE).

Entry requirements:
Undergraduate degree meeting minimum credit requirements (see above)
B2 Level English (see above)

Entrance exam:

Type of entrance exam:
Pre-interview test
Oral (interview) – online (Skype or Zoom)

Entrance exam description:
The Admission Board will evaluate the application materials (qualification(s), GPA, English proficiency, letter of motivation, work/activity experience) and based on a shortlist, applicants will be contacted to participate in a pre-interview test and online oral exam (interview).

The following will be assessed at your interview:
• Knowledge relevant to your programme (25%)
• Skills relevant to your programme (25%)
• Motivation (50%).

Mr Miklos Janoki
Admissions Coordinator

Preparatory year available:

Specialisation year available:
Yes, choose from:
- Economy and Business in Central and Eastern Europe
- EU Economic Policy Analysis
- International Development
- International Economic Analysis

Minimum number of scholarship holders:

Maximum number of scholarship holders:

Career opportunities

Our graduates progress to roles including:
- Management Analyst
- Human Resources Manager
- Financial Analyst
- Economist

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