Business decisions have to be made based on facts with cold blood. But can anyone really rule out all uncertainties, presumptions, even workplace stress and truly focus? In this programme, you will learn about how people typically behave in organizations, the psychology of negotiation and decision-making.
This double degree programme of studies between IBS (Hungary) and The University of Buckingham (UK), delivered in Budapest, covers the core knowledge and skills related to your programme using an interactive and practice-oriented approach to teaching and learning in small groups, and it also includes the UpSkill programme, our HR award-winning employability skills development framework as part of your studies.
|Duration of programme||6 semesters|
|Starting date||February and September|
|Tuition fee per semester||€ 3,700|
|Tuition fee for the full programme||€ 22,200|
|One-off registration fee for non-EU citizens||€ 900|
|Degree awarded by||The University of Buckingham and IBS|
|Common first year||Yes|
|Work placement available||Yes|
|Study abroad available||Yes|
• Secondary school leaving certificate
• IELTS 6.0 or equivalent*
|Language of tuition||English|
* i.e.: TOEFL 72, GCSE English, Duolingo 95, IBS own English testing, etc. Please find further details here
This is a specialisation of the Business Management programme.
This programme delivers an interdisciplinary understanding of general business issues, providing you with a contextual understanding of the latest knowledge of psychology.
We give considerable importance to increasing students' employability skills. IBS has set up its UpSkill scheme, which enhances and develops the skills which are most demandable in the job arena to ensure that our graduates have an advantage over others in job applications. Read more about it here.
Please find the curriculum here.*
* IBS reserves the right to change the curriculum.
Please find the programme specification here.
Please find the degree sample here.
You will be trained to apply this knowledge in a varied range of contexts, such as managerial decision-making under uncertainty, organisational behaviour at the workplace, consumer psychology, testing methods for job applicants, business negotiation skills, change management and others. This complex knowledge may lead to employment as a management consultant, HR specialist, or marketing account manager, just to name a few.