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Budapest Business University BSc in International Business Economics
Budapest Business University

BSc in International Business Economics

Budapest, Hungary

8 Semesters


Full time

30 Jun 2024

Sep 2024

EUR 2,750 / per semester *


* for non-EU students; for EU students: 620,000 HUF per semester


This program is designed to explore the connections between world economic processes, trends, and international trade and to transfer the knowledge of foreign economic policy instruments necessary for setting up and implementing international transactions (transactions in goods and services). The knowledge acquired from the program enables students to analyze and devise the foreign trade strategy and export-import structure of national economies, design and manage global supply chains, and create trading, logistics, and financing contracts that enable companies to enter international markets. The program prepares students for work in the fields of international business development, international sourcing, and sales and logistics both in domestic and international business environments.

Double Degree Opportunity

This program offers double-degree opportunities with the following partner universities:

  • Avans University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands),
  • Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences (Germany),
  • Karel de Grote University of Applied Sciences and Arts (The Netherlands),
  • Shih Chien University (Taiwan),
  • Thomas More University (Belgium),
  • Université de Picardie Jules Verne (France),
  • Würzburg-Schweinfurt University of Applied Sciences (Germany)


We offer 2 optional specializations:

International Business Development

The International Business Development specialization is designed to familiarise students with the different forms of international business activities and the possibilities and limitations of their cross-border expansion and to transfer comprehensive knowledge of the risks and costs of international transactions and the legal and economic conditions required for their implementation.

East Asian Business Studies

The English-Language East Asian Business Studies specialization aims to ensure students become professionals familiar with East Asia, with the economic history and economic institutional systems of the dominant economies in the region, and with their differences arising from their cultural embeddedness.

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