I graduated as an Economist in Commerce BSc and a Teacher of Economics at Budapest Business School. Later, I attended and graduated as a Master of Science in Business Administration at Budapest University of Economics. I received my PhD degree in Management and Business Administration at the Doctoral School of Szent István University, Gödöllő in 2011. The topic of my research was corporate relationships in the Hungarian retail practice. After graduation I started to teach subjects related to logistics and supply chain management at Department of Commerce of Budapest Business School – University of Applied Sciences. I also run business simulations for BSc and MA students during vocational trainings of higher education.
Besides I am a lecturer, I have been functioning previously as Vice Head of Department of Commerce first, then as head of the same department, currently I am the Vice Dean for Education at Budapest Business School, Faculty of Commerce, Hospitality and Tourism. My main goal is to achieve smooth operation in education of the Faculty. As Vice Dean for Education my main tasks are co-operation with colleagues (for me, besides teaching, this is the most favourite task that is the closest one to me), keeping contact with students and providing information to them and solving issues related to certain people or whole communities.
They say ‘Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.' I think I have already found it.