Mapping the interests of the V4 countries towards Brexit and post-Brexit Europe, and identify similarities in the views of the four countries where they can work together.
The SCRIBE21 cluster aims at creating new partnerships between European (French, Hungarian, Italian) and Australian universities.
WHAT IS H2020 FATIGUE? FATIGUE is the project of six universities, aiming to explain and interpret the transition fatigue of post-Communist societies.
HERMES is a strategic alliance of 26 leading education institutions in 15 countries. Its ambition is to offer dual degree programs in Management on all academic levels.
RANKING OF OUR MA PROGRAM IN HUNGARY
Studying IEB here at Corvinus has been a great and valuable experience to me. With a knowledgeable faculty who relate theory to practice, I have garnered in-depth understanding about how the real world economy works and have acquired hands-on experience with a multinational company. Glad I made this choice for my Msc. :)
The IEB Program is very interesting, where students with different backgrounds can gain knowledge in the field of international business and economy. Advantage of program is in extraordinary professors with international experiences. Moreover, students have chances to participate in exchange programs to study for one or 2 semesters abroad.
I like studying at Corvinus because it enhanced my education and personal knowledge. It also gave me the chance to meet people from all around the world, work with them, be friends with them, and broaden my vision of the world. Last but not least, the University gave me the chance to study one full year at UWA - Perth, Australia. I would definitely recommend studying at Corvinus. Cheers from the land down under
I like studying here because of the univeristy’s diversity and style. CUB offers a lot of exchange programs which appealed to me. I am currently studying in Australia and I am extremely grateful for the Corvinus University to have this Double Degree opportunity. I feel that I can enhance my professional skills and studies here, and I believe that it’s going to be greatly beneficial to me, as a final-year student before gaining employment. It’s not only expanded my knowledge but also improved my CQ as I met people from all around the world.
Studying in a multicultural athmosphere gives more than the study material! We can learn a lot from each other through the conversations, without actually noticing.