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Faculty of International Management and Business

FIMB

Faculty of International Management and Business
KKK
FIMB
Services and projects

The services and projects of the Faculty of International Management and Business (FIMB) support our students and partners:

The goal of our library  is to acquire and provide all the printed and digital literature and databases that our students and teachers need for studying, teaching, researching and academic work. Nearly 100,000 documents, 50,000 e-books in various foreign languages, 70 different daily papers and periodical journals, leading international and Hungarian databases (for example: MERSZ, ScienceDirect, SpringerLink) await students and lecturers. There are 4 reading rooms with 127 seats and 43 computers available on weekdays from 8 am to 4 pm, and on Saturdays from 9 am to 3 pm. The rooms are suitable for individual, in-depth learning as well as for a small group discussions and projects. There is also a classroom equipped with a projector if you want to practice or tutor somebody, for example. Cosiness is guaranteed by a number of small things: sofas with reading lamps; an oriental style reading room, a well-equipped kitchen if you get hungry during work; various corners for reading and conversations. If you want to relax, you can even play board games. Make yourself at home in our library!

The International Mobility Office of the faculty will assist you in the enhancement of student mobility, among other things, by organizing briefings, trainers and personal counselling. We also handle internships abroad under the Erasmus+ program as a priority area. In addition to the Erasmus+ scholarship program, we also deal with our students' Campus Mundi scholarship applications.

The Faculty of International Management and Business (FIMB) hosts the Oriental Business and Innovation Centre, which provides scholarships to support BBS students ’mobility plans to the Southeast Asian region, and organises language and cultural courses to assist students in learning Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, and Indonesian and acquainting themselves with these cultures. 

The Career Office will assist you in the administration of the internships and the search for the internship places. The Office considers it its main task to find a place where students can gain professional experience that best suits their own vision and life path. The Office liaises with companies, institutions and organizations providing internships. From the 2020/21 academic year you can apply for your internship electronically through BBS's new Career Platform and online form filling system. The Career Platform is a virtual arena where companies ’job market offerings and student needs can be matched, and companies can advertise job opportunities, internship programs, project works, and internships for students of the Faculty. In the spring semester, the Faculty Job Fair and Career Days help you find a professional internship that suits your interests. 

If you need advice on studying, you can contact our Student Support Centre, a university network that operates a study counselling system to tackle learning and study problems. The centre organises learning enhancement and catch-up courses, holds trainings and prepares teachers and those providing teaching services to solve problems in various manners. If you have any learning difficulties (e.g., due to dyslexia), you can contact the Dispoint Office at the Faculty, where you can also get counselling and free special courses.

We don't "just" teach how to use European Union grants and project management, but we also successfully apply for and implement various projects. We have listed some of our recent projects below: 

  • In 2011, we replaced the windows of the entire educational building and the dormitory with the support of the European Union in order to increase energy efficiency. We have made the entrance to the Dormitory accessible for people with disabilities and we have designed two barrier-free apartments. To be even more energy efficient, we installed solar panels on top of the dormitory. 
  • Within the framework of the Media Workshop program of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH), we established two media laboratories in cooperation with NMHH with state of the art equipment, which significantly improved the educational and research conditions of the communication and media science department. 
  • At the location of our programme in Hatvan, the Hatvan Higher Education Community Program Centre, we created the so-called Smart Shop Floor Logistics Lab, where our students can learn and test the tasks involved in organizing the delivery of goods (e.g., smartphone or car parts), recording customer orders in cloud-based systems (SAP) and the basics of operating modern logistics warehouses. 
  • In the framework of the European Commission's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Framework Program, between 2017 and 2019, we conducted a research on what social, institutional and political factors shape the movement of labour inside and outside the European Union and on the public debates about them. In doing so, we have also tried to support European decision-makers in taking measures that build social trust, ensure the fairness and sustainability of free movement (labour flows) and reduce inequalities within the continent. 
  • As a result of the cooperation with Citibank plc. Hungarian Branch, the latest relaxation area, community space, was created at our Campus in 2020 where you can read, organise group work and find out about important deadlines and university programs.