Students must carry out their mobility activity in a Programme Country different from the country of the sending organisation and the country where the student has his/her accommodation during his/her studies.
Students registered in a higher education institution and enrolled in studies leading to a recognized degree.
In case of mobility in studies, students must be enrolled at least in the second year of higher education studies. For traineeships, this condition does not apply.
Students in their last year of studies may participate in a traineeship. They must be selected by their institution during the last year of their studies and must carry out and complete their traineeship abroad within one year after their graduation.
If you wish to apply to Budapest Business School as an ERASMUS student, you should first contact the ERASMUS coordinator at your home university to nominate you. After we receive your nomination, we will contact you directly.
Our application deadlines are the following:
Once the nomination is done, our Erasmus coordinator will contact you, and inform you about the further steps of the application. You will need to go through a two-step application process in order to start your exchange studies at the Budapest Business School:
Applications will be examined and proceeded by the faculty coordinators. As soon as the faculty coordinators approve your selected courses, we will send the signed documents back to your university. From that moment, you have to keep permanent contact with the Erasmus coordinator or the Erasmus Officer in all matters. The International Office will issue a letter of acceptance on demand.
For contact information and course lists, please go to the Faculty’s Erasmus webpage!
Also read practical information for international students.
If you are a student with special needs (in such an individual physical, mental or health-related situation that your participation in the mobility would not be possible without extra financial support), you can apply for additional grant support to the National Agency in your country in order to cover the supplementary costs for your participation in the mobility activities.
As regards the accompanying persons for students with special needs, they are entitled to receive a contribution based on real cost.
Please ask your Erasmus coordinator at your home university how you can request such additional support at the National Agency in your country.
If you are a full-time international student – but you are not Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship holder – already enrolled for a full-degree program at BBS and would like to study as an Erasmus student at one of our Erasmus partner universities, read about the application procedures and contact your Faculty Erasmus Coordinator for additional details. More information about the Erasmus student mobility is also available in Hungarian.
Calls are published on the university website around February each academic year.