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BBS FIMB Hall of Residence

The Mátyásföld Hall of Residence hosts full-time students of the Budapest Business School’s Faculty of International Management and Business in Mátyásföld in the heart of the capital’s 16th district. It is located in a garden city green zone far from the noise of the city, just two minutes’ walk from the BBS Faculty of International Management and Business, which means that it is hugely popular with students. Every academic year a total of 242 students find a second home in the welcoming, four-floor building.

The hall of residence can be accessed by public transport from Örs vezér Square in approx. 15 minutes, with convenient and rapid transport provided by the suburban railway (HÉV) and two bus routes. The hall of residence is just a few minutes by foot from the Imre Street stop of the suburban railway, arriving by bus No. 45 the stop is Diósy Lajos Street, with the hall of residence opposite the stop, while with bus No. 276, from the Újszász Street stop it takes just a few minutes on foot to reach the building. 

Life in the Mátyásföld Hall of Residence is made easier not only by its close proximity to the Faculty of International Management and Business. There is a LIDL supermarket a few minutes’ walk away, and a few streets down there is a Coop and an ALDI. The centre of Mátyásföld district, which is similarly just a few blocks from the hall of residence, has a central post office, an OTP bank, Rossmann, CBA, a medical clinic and other smaller shops. Örs vezér Square boasts the Árkád Mall, Sugár shopping centre and IKEA along with plenty of other shopping and entertainment outlets.

The hall of residence doctor is on call every day in the GP surgery in Erzsébet Park opposite the hall of residence. There is a pharmacy next door to the surgery. 

There are confectioneries, ice cream parlours and small restaurants all nearby in this friendly garden city district. It is also worth highlighting the Erzsébet-liget Theatre, which hosts not only stage performances but concerts, too.

Once every academic year, we announce admissions to the hall of residence; places are provided for one academic year (two semesters). Our admissions procedure is open to senior year students, first-year students and foreign students. 

A place in the hall of residence can be won by tendering for it. This can be made by everyone who has full-time, active student status at the BBS Faculty of International Management and Business.

Hall of residence applications must be submitted electronically, using the Neptun code via the Modulo system. The application comprises two separate forms, a social means report and request for admission to the hall of residence. It is not mandatory to attach the social means report but it is worth doing because of the point awarded due to distance from place of residence.

The ranking of applicants is based on the total points accrued on the social means report and hall of residence data sheet. The most important factor on the hall of residence data sheet is good study achievements but points are also awarded for communal work and outstanding results in various professional competitions.

The hall of residence fee must be paid on the last working day of every month via the Neptun system.

Mátyásföld Hall of Residence is located in a well maintained, four-storey building with round-the-clock porter and security service plus CCTV. There is free car parking around the building.

There are a total of 116 rooms on five floors in the building.

The majority of rooms are doubles. Every room has a small hall where there is a basin, large built-in cupboard with masses of shelving space and a fridge-freezer. These rooms provide comfortable accommodation with two beds, two desks, chairs and wall shelving.

Every floor has separate bathrooms for women and men: toilets, basins, showers. 

If somebody needs a separate bathroom then there are apartments, each one comprising two double rooms opening onto a common area for four persons in total, with bathroom between the two rooms. However, there are only three of these four-person apartments available, all located on the first floor. We also have two three-bed accessibilized rooms on the ground floor, accessible via a wheelchair ramp. If there are no applications from disabled students in a given academic year, these rooms can also be rented out to other students.

The following tables details room rates:

Hungarian and EU state supported:

  • two-bed: HUF 11,650/month
  • three-bed: HUF 9320/month 
  • apartment: HUF 17,475/month 

Hungarian and EU self-financed:

  • two-bed: HUF 23,300/month 
  • three-bed: HUF 20,970/month 
  • apartment: HUF 29,125/month 

non-EU foreign:

  • two-bed: HUF 39,000/month 
  • three-bed: HUF 34,340/month 
  • apartment: HUF 50,650/month 

The Hall of Residence Committee (KOB)

The Hall of Residence Committee (KOB) regulates and assists – in close collaboration with the hall of residence management – life in the residence, thereby making it easier for residents to navigate their way around everyday matters.

KOB comprises eight hall of residence students and its members are chosen by residents of the hall. They have very wide ranging duties including helping when it comes to applying for hall of residence residency, moving in and out, drawing up room sharing plans and seeing that the House Rules are complied with. Besides their official duties, they also organize hall of residence events. Every floor has a go-to person and you should not hesitate to contact them with your questions, requests, ideas and suggestions.

The following popular programmes are traditionally held in our hall of residence: Hall of Residence Fresher’s Week, International Evening (involving foreign students staying in the hall of residence), Speed Dating, Santa Claus Evening, Hall of Residence Carnival, Spring Celebration, Hall of Residence Farewell. Each year we arrange a group walk out to one of Budapest’s most attractive and largest nature protected sites, 

In order to make life more convenient, the hall of residence includes other rooms besides bedrooms.

Every floor of the residence has a kitchen equipped with built-in cupboards, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine.

On each floor there is a communal area used as a venue for hall of residence parties and events, not to mention study during exam periods.

Residents can use the washing machines and dryers on the ground floor; there are also irons and ironing boards here. A vacuum cleaner can be borrowed from the porter. Cleaning equipment is available on every floor, but the cleaning service also ensures a constant state of tidiness and hygiene. Mátyásföld Hall of Residence operates in an environmentally friendly mode taking into account aspects of sustainability. We sort all waste using the selective waste containers positioned in the corridors. Organic waste is composted, used oil is collected and disposed of safely.

The hall of residence supplies each resident with clean linen every fortnight but naturally you can use your own if you want to.

You have to make a declaration about any smaller electrical devices you want to bring when you move in. However, you should be aware that for fire and accident prevention reasons you may not bring in any appliance that generates heat directly, for example, an iron or electric heater.

Within reason, smaller electrical kitchen appliances may be used in the kitchen.

There is a small computer room in the hall of residence and every room is fitted with broadband Internet access while the whole building has Wi-Fi coverage.

The sporting options for students are varied: you can use a workout room fitted with modern exercise equipment in the university building for free, and there are several smaller gyms.

Ball games can be played in the university gymnasium next to the hall of residence. Students receive a discount on admission to the Erzsébet-liget swimming pool that is similarly near the residence.

When moving in, all residents have to sign a statement that they have read and will abide by the House Rules. Please take this seriously to make it easier for you and your fellow residents to live together.

Besides this, there are two other regulations it is important to know about: Requirement System for Students of the Budapest Business School (HKR), and the Hall of Residence Operational Regulation (KMSZ).


After 2020. july 1:

During term time our hall of residence hosts students of the BBS Faculty of International Management and Business (from September - June).

However, during the months of July and August students of other educational institutions will also find we offer high quality and yet reasonably priced accommodation.

Rates from 1 July 2020:

  • accommodation in a two-bed room:              HUF 3100/person/night + IFA
  • accommodation in a three-bed room:            HUF 3600/person/night + IFA
  • accommodation in an apartment:                   HUF 4100/person/night + IFA

Prices include VAT (ÁFA). Tourism tax for commercial accommodation (IFA) must be paid, although those under the age of 18 or holding a student identity card are exempt.

Address: 1165 Budapest, Diósy Lajos u. 22-24.

Phone: (+36 1) 467-7800/382, 385