«November 2020»

International Strategy

Budapest Business School has a clear vision and a detailed international strategy. The main objective of BBS is to develop new international relations and to strengthen the already existing ones.

BBS takes part in numerous international projects - either as a consortium leader or consortium partner to support its position as one of the leading universities in the Central European region.

Memberships - Accreditation
As the first university in Hungary, BBS was awarded International Accreditation by the Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) in 2017. The institution is a member of several other international organisations:

SPACE - Network for business, communication and tourism programmes
IAU - Intarnational Association of Universities
EURASHE - European Association of Institution in Higher Education
EUA - European University Association
EDEN - European Distance and E-Learning Network
IFSSO - International Federation os Social Science Organisation
AIEST - International Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism
PRME - The Principles for Responsible Management Education
DUIHK - German-Hungarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce
AmCham - American Chamber of Commerce Hungary (Budapest)

Budapest Business School is a higher education institution with wide-ranging international relations. It has active connections with more than 200 foreign higher education institutions in more than 40 countries on five continents in the fields of strategic cooperation, teacher, student and staff mobility as well a bilateral educational, research and scientific cooperation.

Erasmus programme
BBS is an active member of the European Erasmus+ Mobility Scholarship Programme. At the same time, BBS does not only 'send' students, but also receives and welcomes all Erasmus students within the framework of the Programme. BBS has 400 incoming students each year coming from 20 European countries from more than 100 partner institutions. Incoming students can choose from courses offered for international students.

Stipendium Hungaricum Programme
The Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme was launched in 2013 by the Hungarian Government. The core mission of the Programme is to increase the number of foreign students in Hungary and to encourage Hungaruan higher education institutions to attract the brighterst foreign students. BBS has more then 300 SH students on bachelor and master programmes.

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