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Budapest Business School

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Budapest Business School
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Central units under the direct control of the Rector


The Rector is the primary responsible leader and representative of the University.

The Rector's Office is a functional organisational unit that performs organisational, coordination, and administrative tasks, as well as organisational and administrative tasks related to the meetings of the Rector’s Council and the Senate.

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The Brand Office is a non-educational organisational unit of the University, which directly subordinates to the Rector and performs the tasks related to the communication, PR, marketing and event organisation activities of the University under the leadership of the Office Manager.

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Central units under the direct control of the Vice-Rector for Strategy


The Vice Rector for Strategy is responsible for the implementation of the University's strategy. Main tasks are to co-ordinate and monitor all tasks related to strategy, to manage strategic relationships (business partnerships, alumni), to manage the University's business development activities, and to manage professional activities related to the third mission tasks (sustainability, equal opportunity and sports).

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The Budapest LAB – Office for Entrepreneurship Development helps to spread entrepreneurial culture and strengthens Hungarian small and medium-sized enterprises by sharing knowledge. The Budapest Business School (BBS) workshop which supports its strategic goal in partnership with enterprises, aims to develop into a well-known research, development, training and knowledge service base (‘think tank’) for Central European business development.

The Budapest LAB helps to spread entrepreneurial culture and the success of Hungarian small and medium-sized enterprises with useful information, research and training. 

It engages in international research projects and conducts applied research to provide answers to questions that are extremely important to the Hungarian business community. It publishes the results in an understandable way so that they can become everyday knowledge.

Budapest LAB has launched the Family Business Research Programme, which is the first in Hungary to examine the specifics of that group of entrepreneurs. In addition to family businesses, its research topics focus on start-ups, freelancers, and business mentoring.

Through its online magazine, publications and events, Budapest LAB shares the accumulated knowledge related to entrepreneurship in an interesting and consumable way.

It also inspires business planners and entrepreneurs and develops training in the topics needed for a successful business.

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The Sports Office of Budapest Business School began its operations on August 1, 2021, continuing the work started by the former Physical Education and Sports Center. In addition to physical education classes, the Office for BBS Sports places great emphasis on extra-curricular exercise, health-related activities, and competition-level activities that provide more opportunities not only for students, but also for employees.

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Central units under the direct control of the Vice-Rector for Education


The Vice Rector for Education is responsible for ensuring the quality of programmes and teaching. Main tasks are the control of quality and accreditation activities, the complete co-ordination and organisation of educational activities, the professional supervision of the Institutes, and the management of administrative tasks.

BBS Foreign Language Examination Centre operates three examination systems - monolingual economic communication, and bilingual business, tourism and hospitality professional language examination systems - in which it allows the obtaining of state-recognised professional language exam certificates at primary (B1), intermediate (B2) and advanced (C1) levels. The exams in each exam system can be oral, written or complex, with exams in eight languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish. Of those eight languages, the number of languages accredited in each professional language examination system, and thus eligible for examination, differs. The Examination Centre organises three examination periods per year and has 13 examination centres nationwide. All of the monolingual and bilingual exams that can be taken at our Examination Centre are accepted in all bachelor’s courses in the field of economics.

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Central units under the direct control of the Vice-Rector for Research and International Affairs


The Vice Rector for Research and International Affairs is responsible for overseeing research activities and strengthening international relations. Main tasks are the co-ordination of research activities, the supervision of the Doctoral School and the Centers of Excellence, the supervision and strengthening of international relations, and controlling the operation of the libraries.

BBS' library network is one of the largest service units at our University. Through their activities, they support all members of the university community, whether it be a space for in-depth individual learning or as a community meeting place. The BBS Library Network was established in 2000, and currently includes the three faculty libraries and the Tourism Library. 

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It organises doctoral courses and performs its own administrative and management tasks. In the course of its activities, it cooperates with all faculties, educational, organisational units and heads of the University, especially with the persons entrusted with the organisation of doctoral program. Its head is elected and dismissed by the Doctoral Council of Budapest Business School (hereinafter: EDT), and on this basis, the rector appoints or revokes his managerial position, as well as exercises the employer's rights over the manager and the employees.

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Finance Directorate


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HR Directorate


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The Strategic HR and Organisation Development Office handles the HR strategic and organisational development tasks of the University, which includes among other things, the development and implementation of the University's human resource policy strategy, the development of the performance evaluation system, the management of the job evaluation and compensation system, and the planning and implementation of the training and development concept for the University's employees. 

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The HR Administration Office performs the HR administration tasks of the University, which includes among other things, the support of managers with respect to human resource management issues, the registration of positions, the co-ordination of related recruitment and selection activities, the administration of tenders, and all other administrative tasks related to the establishment, to modifications or to the termination of the legal relationship of employees. The staff of the HR Administration Office manage the tasks arising in connection with occupational health examinations, the management of annual leaves, and the cafeteria declarations.

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The basic task of the Payroll Office is to perform payroll and social insurance (TB) administration tasks related to the employees of the University. The staff of the Office record accounting/payroll data, enter and declare legal relationships, issue the relevant certificates, as well as taking care of the fulfillment of the data services that arise. In connection with the performance of the social insurance payment function, they take care of tasks related to retirement, as well as tasks related to Infant Care Fees (CSED) and Childcare Fees (GYED), in the event of the birth of a child.

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IT Directorate


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