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Faculty of International Management and Business


Faculty of International Management and Business
International opportunities

Would you like to earn a degree from a foreign university during your studies abroad as part of a double degree programme? Would you like to spend a semester or two at a partner institution in Europe or Asia? Would you prefer to do your internship abroad? Would you like to go on a study trip abroad with your classmates? There are a whole range of international opportunities awaiting you at FIMB!

In the Bachelor programme of International Business Economics, you can study full-time in English and French in a double degree programme, so you can earn two degrees in 8 semesters. You can choose from four partner universities abroad for the English-language programme: 

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences (Frankfurt am Main, Germany); 

Shih Chien University (Taipei, Taiwan); 

Thomas More University (Mechelen, Belgium); 

Avans School of International Studies (Breda, The Netherlands). 

Our partner institution for French language courses is the Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens.

As a Külker (FIMB) student, you can choose from 110 universities in 22 countries if you would like to study abroad on an Erasmus scholarship for one or two semesters! 

Erasmus + is a European Commission programme that supports education and training, youth, and sport. Erasmus student mobility focuses on study and internships abroad. 

The purpose of the study abroad scheme is to enable students to gain professional, linguistic, and cultural experiences in a higher education institution in another country. 

The purpose of the internship scheme is to support traineeship in a company/organisation in another European country in order to help students acquire the skills needed in the labour market and to understand the economic and social culture of the host country. The host institution can be a company, a training institution, a research centre, or other organisation. 

You can apply for studies abroad for the following academic year in February and for internships in April. You can find the list of our Erasmus partners on the following page: Erasmus partners institutions

The Oriental Business and Innovation Centre (OBIC), a cooperation between the Budapest Business School and the Hungarian National Bank, offers you a six-month East Asian mobility scholarship and an East Asian summer university placement in addition to the Eastern language courses (Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Indonesian, Vietnamese) and the Far Eastern intercultural management training!

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More than 300 students from Europe, Asia, the Americas, and Africa attend FIMB's foreign language courses (Bachelor of International Business Economics in English and French, Master of International Relations in English, Master of International Economics and Business in English). Study in an international environment, improve your language skills, get to know other cultures, and make friends!

The Department of International Relations, in cooperation with the European Parliament Liaison Office in Hungary and with the support of the European Parliament, regularly organises study abroad trips for undergraduate and master's students in international studies and students specialising in economic diplomacy in international management. In December 2015 and 2018 we visited Strasbourg, in 2016 Vienna and in December 2019 Brussels and Luxembourg to get acquainted with the workings of several EU institutions and international organisations.


In the framework of an exchange programme between BBS Faculty of International Management and Business (FIMB) and the University of Josai, Hungarian and Japanese students research various topics together every year in a collaborative way. Preparations start via the internet 3 months before the Japanese research team arrives in Hungary, when the students can ask each other questions via video conferences. During the ten-day programme in Hungary, the Hungarian and Japanese student groups listen to professional lectures, visit museums, institutions, and companies, and present their research results in a joint final presentation in front of an audience.