I’d like the program, especially catering because we studied many useful and interesting things. Things I didn’t like: the organization of the school because every time when I had a problem it was difficult to find a solution. About the student life: I had many events and parties in my first year but after that… not really. So I can say that student life is not the best if you live in an apartment instead of college.View more
It was very good that the majority of my teachers are motivated and kind. They really want to teach us something. They have a huge knowledge and often long years of working experience as well. However, their English language skills are awful. I barely can mention teachers with good English speaking. Their grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary are all poor. The school and the teachers should improve this. Moreover, I found quite a lot of international people during my course, since it was in English. This is a good point that there’s an international environment. Moreover, I suggest that the university improve its course material from a very theoretical course to a more practical one. I think it would be nice if we could do more practical exercises.View more
In general, I would say this school has a lack of communication with its employees. Both with student consultants and teachers so they have a lack of information in several important questions. In that case, if we have information and we know everything we need to then the bürocratic system of the school makes it harder to get what we desire within the foreseeable future. If we need to hand in any type of request we have to pay big enough amounts and this doesn’t even ensure we get the answer we would like. There is no refund.
Another important negative is that teachers’ English knowledge is quite weak, the grammar and vocabulary as well, honourable expections. Project tasks are often not life-like, most students don’t like these and try to get them from friends in higher grades. Lectures and seminars are mostly very boring because a bigger part of the teachers is just talking without asking students to give feedback. Of course, not all teachers are like this because there are angels as well who do their best.
Most positives are given by hard-working, clever and experienced students who try to give as much help and information as possible. I would say they are the heart of this school and they are the people who organize nice events and make the student life good.
The English program is very international there are Asian, African and middle-eastern students as well.
I would not recommend this university at all.
If this time I spent and will spend here will help me build my career it will be only because of the friends I make here however it is easier to find a job with a degree.
So all together the school should improve its communication and should provide more language training for its teachers.
There are a few good possibilities and opportunities. Also some helpful and talented teachers. Interesting subjects but still too much theory and less practice which would be crucial for my profession. There should be more self-improvement courses and better guidelines for the students about some important procedures, especially when they get accepted by the university. Career building is not the worst but there is always room to improve.View more
Generally speaking, the classes were okay, some of them not really catered to the student’s interests but since its an economy school you have various types of courses over the years. I really enjoyed the marketing, hotel and catering management and language classes with the professors I’ve had.
The reason for it not being good is mostly lies within the system. If you have any requests from the school it takes several emails and administration office visits to get what you need usually pretty last minute.
Before Covid the student life was actually fun, smaller parties every week, bigger ones every other week, some extra programmes but after 2021 it went downhill.
In Hungary I don’t think you can get better options for studying tourism, to be honest, I think the problem is in the Hungarian educational system.
After finishing University I think I have gained a few things, liked some classes but in the future, I want to try out another university programme in a different country.
I believe that the Budapest Business School was a good choice for me. The structure of the program and the courses are well arranged and I believe that in terms of content they provide a high level of knowledge for the students. What the school could improve is the way they handle the administration. Having a degree from this university gives you a good head start for your career in Hungary for sure, but in my experience the graduates from BBS are known as well-qualified candidates in other European countries as well.View more
The environment is good and it’s multicultural
The compound is really nice but a bit far(depending on the faculty)
They should have a sports team because of the facilities that they have
They should really consider the sports career of the university
The university itself is good and most of the professors are intelligent. They are ready to help students and prepare them in a high level. However, sometimes some of professors do not require class attendance, for that reason quality of the class goes down. With organizational approaches it can be solvedView more
During the corona pandemic, the measures taken to continue on with the learning process were great. They took strict measures to ensure the safety of the students. The professors were supportive and used various mediums to ensure students learnt and understood what was taught. The university international coordinator checked up on us to make sure we were safe.View more
I gained great knowledge and had meaningful experiences. Credit goes to the great student support coupled with the quality course syllabus. The courses have clear and easy to follow outlines, well-thought course evaluations varying with regard to whether it is practical, theoretical or both. Service delivery by professors is encouraging and often evoke critical thinking in lectures and seminars. There was maximum use of the international nature of the class as the instructors used to draw case studies from around the world for assignments or discussions.View more