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Faculty of International Management and Business


Faculty of International Management and Business
Dr. Judit Hidasi
Department of Communication
Professor Emerita, visiting lecturer
Dr. Judit Hidasi
  • Office:1165 Budapest, Diósy Lajos utca 22-24.
  • Building:Building D, 2nd Floor, Room 42
  • Phone:+36 1 467-7817
  • Internal extension:817


I have been teaching Communication and East-Asia (with a focus on Japan) related subjects on BA, MA and Doctoral level at Hungarian universities BGF, BGE; SZF; etc. (in Hungarian/English/Japanese languages); internationally: Germany/Tübingen (EN/JP); Ukraina/Kiev (EN-master); Japan/Kanda, Waseda and Shirayuri universities (2001-2006) in English and in Japanese BA, MA, Doctoral / Ryukoku University and Sapporo University, Kobe University (EN master); Josai International University: EN BA, MA and PhD programs; Taiwan (Intercultural Communication EN master); University of Warsaw (on Intercultural management EN and JP),etc.

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CommentElőzetes egyeztetés szükséges/prior consultation is required skype: hidasi_judit_budapest

Subject(s) taught

  • Intercultural Communication
  • Semiotics
  • Multiculturalism and Globalization
  • East-Asian Studies

Professional career

  • 2017-professor emerita of Budapest Business School
  • 1989founder of the Oriental Communication Institute at the College of Foreign Trade (later renamed as Budapest Business School)
  • 1989-1998director of the Japanese studies program
  • 1998-2001Deputy Head of Bilateral relations at the Hungarian Ministry of Education
  • 2001-2006professor of communications at Kanda University of International Studies (Japan)
  • 2006-2012Dean of the Faculty of International Management and Business at Budapest Business School
  • 2005she was decorated with the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon (Japan), for advancing Japanese language education and developing civil ties between Japan and Hungary.

Research areas

  • Japanology
  • Applied Linguistics and Communication
  • Intercultural Management
  • East Asian studies - language, culture, society, politics
  • Gender studies - female leadership
  • Humour in communication