Please find some important information below about the enrolment and the academic year.
- 1 - 18 September 2020, between 9-12 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. on weekdays (except Friday afternoon)
If you wish to start the programme online, please request to be able to enrol ONLINE by writing to: email@example.com until 15 September. You will receive the details of enrolment from the Student Centre by email. (Online enrolment is a video chat where you have to present your original documents and sign the learning agreement.)
Online classes for Non-EU citizens:
You can request starting your classes ONLINE if you have not received your visa in September or you have travel difficulties due to COVID-19. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org after 1 September. (Please note that if you start your classes online, the first semester fee is non-refundable.)
You can join face-to-face classes anytime in the first semester when you can travel to IBS.
Please note that you can enrol only after completing our English testing (only for those who are required to take the test.)
You can write the IBS English test online only once at any time. Test-writing time is maximum 100 minutes and no aid can be used!
Place: Centre for Student Services (Offices Building, ground floor)
What to bring for enrolment:
- original Bachelor’s degree certificate and its certified English translation (or hard copy of work reference letter accompanied by your CV if you have been admitted with),
- statement of bank transfer / cash payment of tuition fee,
- original English language certificate if it makes you exempt from test writing,
- 2 colour ID photos,
- non-EU citizens: passport; EU citizens: ID or passport, Hungarian citizens: ID, TAJ and adóazonosító cards.
Please note that if your tuition fee payment is not the full amount (because of bank charges or online transaction charges), you should pay the difference cash in euro at the Cash Office before you enrol.
Start of the first semester: 21 September 2020
The Centre for Student Services will inform you about the first day by email a few days before the start.
Compulsory pre-course reading list for all MSc students: Please prepare for your programme by reading these materials, your teachers will build on your knowledge gained here. Please read the articles until September 2020.