If you would like to gain a general understanding of the key concepts in business and management, allowing for further specialisation in the future and including the option to study abroad, then this study programme is for you.
The 7-semester programme consists of 4 semesters at International Business School in Budapest, Hungary followed by semester 5 and 6 at Dublin Business School in Dublin, Ireland.
Semester 7 is compulsory work placement. Qualifying students receive the degrees of both institutions.
|Duration of programme||7 semesters|
Tuition fee per semester
(no tuition fee for semester 7)
|Tuition fee for the full programme||€ 22,200|
|One-off registration fee for non-EU citizens||€ 900|
|Degree awarded by||IBS and Dublin Business School*|
|Work placement (compulsory in semester 7)||Yes|
|Study abroad available (in semester 3 and/or 4)||Yes|
|Campus||Budapest (Hungary) and Dublin (Ireland)|
For Hungarian citizens**:
• Secondary school leaving certificate
For international applicants:
• Secondary school leaving certificate
• IELTS 6.0 or equivalent***
|Language of tuition||English|
*Optional, however, only students who complete semester 5 and 6 at Dublin Business School will receive the degree of DBS.
**For the successful completion of the programme, approximately B2-level knowledge of English is required. If you are unsure, you can test your English language skills here.
*** i.e.: TOEFL 72, GCSE English, Duolingo 95, IBS own English testing, etc. Please find further details here
- International applicants must apply on the website of IBS.
- Hungarian citizens must apply on FELVI.HU
Graduates of this double Hungarian and Irish degree programme will become generalists, prepared for management positions in companies or other organizations. You will be responsible for planning, organising, managing, and analysing business processes – in your chosen field of specialisation. The organizations you may work for can also be very diverse: in addition to multinational corporations and SMEs, graduates with the skills offered by this programme are also sought after in public administration (municipalities, ministries, schools) and in not-for-profit organizations (foundations, associations).
This bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management also provides the knowledge and develops the skills needed to set up and run your own business. In addition to providing a solid foundation in economic theory, the programme is highly practice-oriented. A very important criterion in the selection of our prestigious faculty is that they have real-life business experience. The seminars are always interactive, where tasks, assignments, and discussions prepare students for thinking and working both individually and together in teams.
The knowledge of professional English business language enables graduates to succeed in the business world. This can be further enhanced by a two-semester study at Dublin Business School in Ireland where you can acquire an Irish BSc (Hons.) in Business degree in addition to your Hungarian BSc degree in Business Administration and Management (gazdálkodási és menedzsment alapképzés) awarded by IBS.
You can also opt to take part in the Erasmus+ programme while studying at IBS.
Skills and Competences
Business and academic communication skills, such as presentation, argumentation, and negotiation skills, use of IT tools, quantitative skills, effective adaptation to environmental changes, and teamwork skills are some of the most important skills students will develop during the programme.
Please find the curriculum here.*
* IBS reserves the right to change the curriculum.
Please find the programme specification here.
Through this programme you will have insights into a wide array of of issues and areas ranging from finance, marketing, HR, organisational behaviour to operations and project management. As a result, you will be able to make a positive contribution in a range of settings. You are as likely to find yourself working in a small, privately-owned company as in a large multinational corporation, the public sector, or perhaps even starting your own business.