Due to the ongoing health crisis that limits international travel, IBS introduces new study possibilities for students disadvantaged in terms of study abroad options.
As of 18 May, the lockdown has been lifted in Hungary (including Budapest) and life is getting back to normal gradually. The government of Hungary has allowed universities to reopen from 18 May, so IBS will surely have face-to-face education in September. (The Consulates of Hungary worldwide will re-open as soon as the travel ban is lifted in Hungary.)
IBS will reopen physically on 2 June and the Marketing and Admissions Centre will be welcoming prospective students on campus.
As part of our Covid-19 defence policy and following international examples, IBS has switched to Online Teaching and Learning starting 10 March 2020. Instead of coming to face-to-face classes, students follow instructions by tutors and module leaders as published in the Moodle system.
The possibility to start all Bachelor's programmes online is now available for all new BSc applicants in the first year. This means that if you are unable to travel to Hungary in September, you may follow the first common year of all our British Bachelor's programmes online and take up classes in person whenever the travel restrictions are lifted.
Furthermore, the first semester of our MSc in International Management programme will also be available online in Budapest and Vienna.
In addition, the International University Foundation programme will be fully available online from September with the same conditions as on the BSc programme.
Moreover, the application deadline for the IBS Starter Scholarship has been extended to 15 August 2020.
3 year Bachelor's programmes with February and September start date:
- BSc in Financial Management
- BSc in Business and Diplomacy
- BSc in Management
- BSc in Management with Arts
- BSc in Management with Tourism
- BSc in Management with HRM and Psychology
- BSc in Management with Marketing