IBS campus in Budapest, consisting of three beautifully restored architectural heritage buildings, is located in Graphisoft Park in Óbuda, directly by the Danube and is an ideal venue for education. The Park hosts over 60 international and Hungarian companies, including Microsoft, SAP, Canon or Samsung, and provides a live business environment for our school. This enables us to exploit the implied potential in full in the interest of our students and graduates. The campus also includes a residence hall for our students.
The campus, consisting of three beautifully restored architectural heritage buildings, is located in Graphisoft Park in Budapest, directly by the Danube and is an ideal venue for education.
The on-campus residence hall offers comfortable accommodation in well-equipped en suite rooms and high-speed internet access in common areas.
The on-campus residence hall offers comfortable accommodation in well-equipped en suite rooms and high-speed internet access in common areas. Only 30 minutes from the city centre, the newly built residence hall offers cosy rooms. Rooms can be occupied by one person or shared with another student. Each room has its own bathroom and there are communal kitchens at the disposal of students.
Students may opt for a 5-month or 10-month contract with a security deposit (which is 445 EUR) at the following prices:
|Length of Contract||Type of room|
5 x 445 = 2225
10 x 425 = 4250
10 x 300 = 300
Please be informed that a construction is taking place on the neighboring estate until the end of the 1st quarter of 2018.
Address: 1031 Budapest, Reichl Kálmán u. 6.
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Budapest is famed for its nighlife.There are hundreds of amazing venues, bars, cafés open around the clock. The historical downtown area offers plenty of ideas for a fun night ou, ranging from some of the trendiest dining options and galleries to the hottest pop/rock/electro events. The beautiful historic setting, spas and theatres mixed with a youthful vibe give you a truly unforgettable study abroad experience.
The Chain Bridge (Lánchíd) is probably the most famous sight of Budapest. It was opened in 1849 and was then the first permanent bridge across the Danube. It was rebuilt during the first and after the Second World War. At night countless bulbs illuminate the bridge. Children are told that in cold weather the bridge is pulled into the Buda-side tunnel.
The Parliament building on the Pest side was designed by the Hungarian architect Imre Steidl. It was constructed between 1884 and 1902 and was then the largest Parliament building in the world.
Make a trip by the cog-wheel railway, whose first line was put to operation in 1874, to Széchenyi Hill (439 m). The TV Tower is located on top of the hill with the Children's Railway running all along the Buda Hills. Normafa offers a splendid walk with a wonderful panorama of Budapest.
Budapest has two large central parks: Margaret Island is a 1.8 km long green island on the Danube and City Park (Városliget). City Park is Budapest's largest park and offers some interesting sights like Heroes' Square, Vajdahunyad Castle and Széchenyi Bath and Spa. City Park is located north-east of central Pest.
Budapest is famous for its bridges which connect Buda on the western bank with Pest on the eastern bank, over the river Danube. The main bridges in the city centre from north to south are: Árpád híd and Margit híd (Margaret Bridge) at either end of Margaret Island, the famous stone Lánchíd (Chain Bridge), built by the famous Hungarian statesman, István Széchenyi, the white Erzsébet híd (Elizabeth Bridge), the forest-green Szabadság híd (Liberty Bridge) and the brand new Megyeri Híd.
Buda Castle was the residence of the Hungarian kings for about 700 years. Nowadays the baroque building houses some important art collections and museums. It has been destroyed and reconstructed many times over the centuries.
The Basilica (Szent István Bazilika) was completed in 1905 and is the largest church in Budapest. The dome is 96 m high and has a viewing platform around the cupola which offers great views of Budapest.
The neo-Romanesque style Fishermen's Bastion (Halászbástya) offers panoramic views of Pest – especially of the Parliament. It was built between 1890 and 1905 and includes seven turrets and a labyrinth of tunnels and cellars.
The Budapest Synagogue (Zsinagóga) is the world's second largest Synagogue. It was built between 1854 - 1859 and has seats for 3000 worshippers.
Margaret Island (Margitsziget) is the perfect area for relaxing walks among gardens and ancient trees. There are also some historical monuments, such as the ruins of two 13th century churches, as well as the famous water tower and Japanese Garden. Last but not least, the island offers pleasant views across the Danube to Pest and Buda.
Gellért Hill, topped by the 46 metre high Statue of Liberty, is 236 m above see level and offers a beautiful panorama of the city and the Danube. In 1854 the Austrians built a fortress, Citadella, on the top. On its side the statue of Bishop Gellért looks down on the city centre from above a magnificient water fall.
The Art Nouveau building was constructed between 1916 and 1918 and is shared by the 4-star hotel and the famous Spa. It houses an indoor and outdoor swimming pool and Turkish thermal baths.
The amazing building of the Western Railway Station (Nyugati Pályaudvar) was built between 1874 and 1877 by the Eiffel Paris Company. It is a typical example of the complex ironwork of Eiffel. The beautiful old restaurant on the right side of the main entrance now houses a McDonalds- it is said to be the finest setting of any fast food restaurant.
The Buda Castle on Castle Hill can be reached in less than 1 minute by the quiet Funicular (Sikló). The lower terminus is at Clark Ádám tér near the Chain Bridge. It was originally opened in 1870, wrecked in the Second World War and completely rebuilt in 1986.
IBS estimates that the monthly budget of students requires about 150,000 HUF but of course it depends on individual spending habits.
This sum covers accommodation, utilities, city transportation, meals and personal expenses.
The following price list should give you an idea of how to plan your budget (prices are in HUF) (click here to see the actual currency exchange rate):
1 kg bread
150 - 300
1 kg sugar
150 - 200
1 litre milk
160 - 260
100 g cheese
200 - 350
Average restaurant main dish
700 - 1,500
Expensive restaurant main dish
2,000 - 4,500
260 - 300
200 - 350
200 - 400
Movie theatre ticket
800 - 1,500
Entry fee for clubs, discos
1,000 - 3,000
Rock concert ticket
2,000 - 15,000
Metro, bus, tram ticket
Mobile phone charges per minute
20 - 120
Squash court rental per hour
2,500 - 3,500
Swimming pool entry
700 - 1,500
1 litre petrol
The beautiful historic setting, spas and theatres mixed with a youthful vibe give you a truly unforgettable study abroad experience.