The educational and research tasks of the Department of International Trade and Logistics focus on the processes of international supply procurement systems and networks. As part of this, our students gain comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge in various areas of international trade, international finance, international logistics and business economics. The educational activities of our department cover all levels and courses of the Faculty of International Management and Business. We play a significant role in the teaching and development of international business development and digital supply chain management specializations, as well as in the coordination of dual program in international business. Our department has established close relationships with a number of companies, resulting in the establishment of the Robert Bosch Lean Management Corporate Department in 2017 and the Citi Global Business Corporate Department in 2020 with significant support from the Department. Thanks to the research and practical experience of our instructors, as well as close corporate collaborations, our students learn the best corporate practices, thus meeting the needs and expectations of the business community. Research areas of the Department: international trade; international transactions; Incoterms; responsible company and ethics; supply chain management; human resource management; logistics; freight-transport; digitalization; ERP systems.
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Csekő, Katalin (2018): International Commercial TERMS: with explanations. Budapest, Hungary: L'Harmattan (2018) , 331 p. ISBN: 9789634144342
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Key professional partners:
- Agility Hungary Ltd
- BI-KA Logistics Ltd
- GS1 Hungary Nonprofit LLC
- Hungarian Association of Logistics, Purchasing and Inventory Management
- MASPED Logistics Ltd
- Plimsoll Ltd
- Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Ltd