Budapest Business School - BGE • Budapest, Hungary
Budapest Business School (BBS), also known as BGE is a public university with special focus on business studies and social sciences. The school is based in the beautiful city of Budapest in Hungary. Founded in 1857 in order to create an institution for economic vocational training, the university quickly made a name for itself and is now one of the top schools in Europe and the world. The university has four faculties in which students are well-prepared for their future careers. Today, more than 18,000 students are enrolled in programmes at BBS. The faculty included 450 academic staff who are more than qualified to teach in their fields of expertise. The majority of lecturers are industry professionals who have extensive experience in the business sector. The innovative, yet result-driven teaching approach, added to Budapest Business School's excellent reputation. BBS became the first university of applied sciences in Hungary to ever cover the wide-ranging needs of the fast-changing labour-markets in the aspects of theory and practice of finance, market, as well as business. The school is officially the oldest public business school in the world. The higher education institution offers a variety of graduate degree programmes- 12 Bachelor degrees which are taught either in Hungarian, English, French or German; besides its 12 Master degree programmes which include a Master of Finance, Master of Management (MBA equivalent), Master of International Business and Master of Tourism Management. The school delivers outstanding postgraduate education, too, as proven by its excellent PhD in Management doctoral school, as well as its 51 postgraduate professional qualifications that have either Hungarian, English, German, Dutch or French state degree accreditations, opening the door to a global profession. The diplomas are recognized within the EU and throughout the world. At BBS, students can expect an international learning experience, as the institution has ties to more than 200 foreign higher education providers in about 50 countries on five continents.