Corvinus University of Budapest

About Corvinus University of Budapest:

Corvinus University of Budapest has various faculties located in several parts of Budapest. The main university building was completed in 1874 and is located on Fovampalota Street.

The main building of the university is currently recognized as part of the UNESCO cultural heritage. The university is situated on the left side of the Danube River, facing Budapest University of Technology and Engineering.

The building is connected to the banks of the Danube River by four routes. During World War II, German forces and later Soviet forces used the building as a military base, and in 1948, it was transformed into the main building of the University of Economics.

The university underwent renovations in 1950 and again from 1989 to 1990.

A new building on Kozraktar Street was completed in 2007 at a cost of approximately 40 million euros. It covers an area of 50,000 square meters over two floors, including office and educational facilities. The building also hosts the central university library with 450 seats, containing around 100,000 various books and magazines.

Corvinus University emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach to education and research. It offers a broad spectrum of academic programs, including economics, business administration, social sciences, environmental sciences, and more.

Corvinus University is a research university with 11,000 students studying in fields such as international business, economics, and social sciences.

The university admits students in three faculties and at three levels: bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in English, Hungarian, French, and German.

The university has a strong commitment to internationalization and maintains partnerships with numerous universities and institutions worldwide. It welcomes a diverse student body, including international students from various countries.

Corvinus University has an excellent reputation, recognized in both domestic and international rankings.

Additionally, it has the highest employer satisfaction index for graduates of this university.

According to the QS ranking website, this university is ranked between 551-600 globally.

History of Corvinus University:

1853: The first faculty of horticulture was founded by Dr. Ferenc Entz (1853-1860).

1894: The Royal Faculty of Horticulture was officially established.

1948: The modern era of economics education began when the Hungarian University of Economics was founded as a separate university.

1968: The University of Horticulture was established.

2000: Budapest University of Economic Sciences and the College of Executive Management merged.

2004: On September 1, 2004, the name Corvinus University was officially declared.

2012: The College of Executive Management joined the National University of Public Service.

2016: On January 1, 2016, three faculties, Horticulture, Food Science, and Landscape Architecture, became part of the Saint Stephen University.

Academic Levels at Corvinus University:

This university offers Bachelor’s, Master’s (MA, MS Program), and Doctorate (Ph.D. Program) degrees.

The duration of the master’s program is typically ten months and includes a mandatory three-week pre-university course, two semesters of twelve weeks each, and a two-month spring term. Pre-university education covers English, Hungarian, and computer basics.

Master’s students must complete a thesis and a research project, in addition to passing 32 credits of coursework.

Doctoral programs usually last between 3 to 6 years. At the end of their first year, students take an exam related to their field and have a maximum of 5 years to complete their thesis and defend it.

CEU provides scholarships that cover the living and study expenses of doctoral students who aim to complete their research through study trips to other countries, especially North America and Western Europe.

Faculties at Corvinus University:

Faculty of Economics:

The Faculty of Economics at Corvinus University is one of the most prestigious economic institutions in Hungary and Europe. It offers a comprehensive range of programs related to economics, business, finance, and management.

The faculty is known for its research excellence, particularly in areas such as economic policy, international business, and financial economics.

Graduates from this faculty often pursue careers in banking, finance, corporate management, and government agencies.

Faculty of Environmental Sciences:

This faculty specializes in environmental studies and sustainability, focusing on issues related to environmental protection, rural development, and sustainable agriculture.

It offers programs that prepare students for careers in environmental policy, sustainable resource management, and conservation.

Graduates have opportunities in environmental consulting, government agencies, and international organizations.

Faculty of History:

The Faculty of History is dedicated to historical research and education. It offers programs covering various aspects of history, heritage management, and historical studies.

The faculty’s research centers and projects often explore Hungary’s history and its role in Central Europe.

Graduates can find employment in fields such as education, cultural heritage, and historical research.

Faculty of Philosophy:

This faculty focuses on philosophy, ethics, and related areas of study. It offers a range of programs in philosophy and various philosophical disciplines.

The faculty is known for its philosophical research, covering topics such as ethics, aesthetics, and metaphysics.

Graduates often pursue careers in academia, research, and fields that require strong critical thinking and ethical reasoning.

Faculty of Legal Studies:

The Faculty of Legal Studies provides a comprehensive legal education. It offers programs related to law, legal studies, and related fields.

The faculty places a strong emphasis on practical legal skills and experiential learning, preparing students for the legal profession.

Graduates are well-prepared for careers as lawyers, judges, legal consultants, and public administrators.

Faculty of International and European Studies:

Specializing in international relations, European studies, and global affairs, this faculty offers programs in diplomacy, international relations, and European studies.

It emphasizes the study of international and diplomatic relations, providing students with the skills to work in international organizations and foreign affairs.

Graduates often work in foreign service, international organizations, and diplomacy.

Faculty of Applied Mathematics:

The faculty is dedicated to mathematics and quantitative analysis, offering programs in applied mathematics and related fields.

It conducts research in various mathematical areas, including operations research and mathematical modeling.

Graduates have opportunities in fields such as data analysis, finance, and research.

Faculty of Political Sciences:

Focusing on political science, public administration, and governance, this faculty provides programs in political science, public policy, and political studies.

The faculty emphasizes research on political systems, government structures, and public policy analysis.

Graduates often find careers in government, political consulting, policy analysis, and public administration.

Faculty of Humanities:

This faculty offers a wide array of programs in the humanities, including literature, linguistics, cultural studies, and art history.

Faculty members conduct research in areas such as literature and literary theory, linguistics, and cultural analysis.

Graduates often pursue careers in education, publishing, cultural institutions, and academia.

Faculty of Social Sciences:

Specializing in social sciences and anthropological research, this faculty offers programs in sociology, social anthropology, and related disciplines.

The faculty’s research often covers societal issues, including cultural diversity, social structures, and anthropological fieldwork.

Graduates may work in areas such as social research, ethnographic studies, or social policy analysis.

Faculty of Business:

Focused on business education and management-related programs, this faculty offers courses in business administration, entrepreneurship, and management.

The faculty emphasizes practical skills and real-world applications in business and entrepreneurship.

Graduates are well-prepared for careers in business management, entrepreneurship, and consulting.

Programs Within Faculties of Corvinus University:

Faculty of Business:

The Faculty of Business is the largest faculty at Corvinus University.

This faculty offers bachelor’s and master’s programs in both English and Hungarian languages, while the doctoral programs are offered in English.

The Corvinus Faculty of Commerce is a center for education and research in economics, financial management, management and organization, business, and management sciences.

Graduates of this faculty are capable of collaborating with international environments.

The faculty has an Erasmus program and cooperation agreements with more than 100 prominent commerce and trade universities.

The required language qualifications for undergraduate and master’s programs in this faculty are IELTS 5.5 or higher and TOEFL iBT (66-82).

Bachelor’s Programs in English:
  1. Business Administration
    • Duration: 3 years
  2. International Business
    • Duration: 3 years
Master’s Programs in English:
  1. Marketing (2 years)
  2. Business Information Systems
MBA Programs in English:
  • Educational system: Full-time
  • Duration of study: 4 terms
  • Tuition fee per term: 1,200,000 Forints
Doctoral Programs in English:
  1. Business Administration:
    • This program has been offered in Hungarian since 1993 and in English since September 2003.
    • Tuition fee per term: 3,200 Euros
    • Admission fee: 35 Euros
    • Minimum language qualification: IELTS 6.5
  2. Business Informatics
    • Tuition fee per term: 240,000 Forints

Faculty of Economics:

The Faculty of Economics has an excellent international reputation and the highest satisfaction rating from employers for its graduates.

This faculty has achieved the 6th rank in the International Business Program rankings.

As of the Center for Advanced Studies, the Corvinus Faculty of Economics received a 3-star rating in 2009.

Bachelor’s Programs in English:
  1. Applied Economics
    • Duration of study: 3 years
    • Required language qualification: IELTS 5.5
    • Tuition fee: 2,190 Euros per academic term
    • Admission fee: 110 Euros
Master’s Programs in English:
  1. Management
    • Admission requirements:
      • Bachelor’s degree
      • Passing the entrance exam
      • Acceptable language proficiency
    • Tuition fee: 2,190 Euros per academic term
    • Admission fee: 110 Euros
    • Application deadline: Until the end of April
  2. Economic Analysis
    • Duration of study: 2 years
    • Tuition fee: 2,500 Euros per academic term
    • Admission fee: 110 Euros

Faculty of Social Sciences and International Relations:

Bachelor’s Programs in English:
  1. Communication and Media SciencesThe program in Communication and Media Sciences at Corvinus University is the first of its kind in Hungary.
    • Duration of study: 3 years
    • Admission fee: 110 Euros
    • Tuition fee: 1,900 Euros per academic term
  2. International Relations
    • Duration of study: 3 years
    • Admission fee: 100 Euros
    • Tuition fee: 1,900 Euros per academic term
  3. SociologyWithin the Erasmus program, students in this field can study abroad for a term in universities in Germany, Finland, the Netherlands, Italy, and Slovakia.
    • Duration of study: 3 years
    • Admission fee: 100 Euros
    • Tuition fee: 1,900 Euros per academic term
    • Admission Requirements:
      • High school diploma
      • IELTS 5.5 or higher
      • Other required admission documents
Master Programs in English:
  1. International Economy and BusinessIn the first year, students of this program study economic theories, quantitative methods, an introduction to international economics, and international markets. In the second year, students choose one of the international development specialties, including International Economic Analysis, Economics and Trade in Central and Eastern Europe, and Analysis of European Union Economic Policies.
    • Admission fee: 110 Euros
    • No application fee
    • Admission requirements: Last degree obtained, passing an entrance exam, language proficiency
    • Tuition fee: 2,450 Euros per academic term
    • Duration of study: 2 years
  2. International Relations
    • Duration of study: 2 years
    • Tuition fee: 1,700 Euros per academic term
    • Language requirement: IELTS 6.5 or higher
  3. Communication and Media Sciences
    • Three different specializations: Political Communication, International Communication, and Organizational Communication.
    • Duration: 2 years
  4. Sociology
    • Research-oriented program with an internship in the final term to enhance practical experience.
    • Duration: 2 years
Doctoral Programs in English:
  1. International Relations: Includes two distinct areas, education and research, with a focus on research proposal submission.
    • Offered in both English and Hungarian.
  2. Sociology: Offers courses in sociology, classification, and economic sociology.
  3. Political Science

Other Programs:

  1. Joint European Master Programme in Comparative Local Development
    • Duration: 2 years
    • Offered in Hungary, Slovenia, Germany, and Italy.
  2. Regional and Environmental Economics
    • Aimed at students with a background in economics, geography, and related fields.
    • Duration: 2 years

Preparatory Programs:

  1. Preparatory Program for International Students
    • A 6-month program to prepare students for higher education.
    • Last date of registration: November 20th
    • Designed for future Corvinus University students.
    • Includes intensive English language training and optional Hungarian language courses.
    • Admission requirements:
      • Good academic standing
      • The Preparatory Program does not require any language certificate, but having one earns you extra points when applying.
      • We are accepting students with English knowledge equivalent to 5.0-5.5 IELTS for the September intake, 5.5-6.0 IELTS for the January intake. Level checked during online interview.
Intakes Application start Application deadline Start date Fees
September intake (2 semester programme) 15 March 2023 10 July 2023 From 4 September 2023 to 14 July 2024 4600 EUR + 75 EUR application fee + 295 EUR administration fee
February intake (1 semester programme) 2 October 2023 5 November 2023 From 5 February 2024 to 14 July 2024 3100 EUR + 75 EUR application fee + 295 EUR administration fee
  1. Preparatory Program for Master’s Programs
    • A 9-month program from mid-July to mid-October.
    • Last date of registration: August 15th
    • Designed for students with strong academic backgrounds and language skills.
    • Minimum language requirements: IELTS 5.5, and IELTS 6.5 for master’s programs in English.
    • Admission requirements: Good high school record and mathematics exam.
    • Prepares students for management, international business, and economics programs.
  2. English and German Preparatory Program for Business Studies
    • A one-year program (two terms).
    • Focuses on preparing students for business and economics studies in English.
    • Each term’s fee is 700 Euros

Mandatory Internships at Corvinus University:

Faculty of Business and Management: Bachelor-level

Bachelor-level study programme Length of continuous practice period  Scheduling of practice period during the programme 
Business and Management study programme 480 hours (12 weeks)  After the completion of six (6) active semesters
International Management study programme 480 hours (12 weeks)  After the completion of six (6) active semesters

Faculty of Computer Science: Master-level

Master-level study programme  Length of continuous practice period Scheduling of practice period during the programme 
Business Informatics study programme 240 hours (at least 6 weeks)  without any preconditions

Faculty of Social Sciences: Bachelor-level

Bachelor-level study programme Length of continuous practice period Scheduling of practice period during the programme
Communication and Media Science at least 80 hours  4th semester (exceptions may be made with the permission of the teacher responsible for the internship) 
International Studies study programme  120 hours (at least 4 weeks)  6th semester (exceptions may be made with the permission of the teacher responsible for the internship)

Faculty of Social Sciences: Master-level

Master-level study programme  Length of continuous practice period  Scheduling of practice period during the programme 
Health Policy, Planning and Financing study programme  120 hours  in the study period of the 3rd semester
Communication and Media Science study programme 90 hours  3rd semester (recommended semester) 
Sociology study programme  180 hours  4th semester (exceptions may be made with the permission of the teacher responsible for the internship)

To start your mandatory internship, your Neptun request must be approved. You can find this request in the Administration/Requests menu with the name “Kötelező szakmai gyakorlat engedélyezési kérvény.” If you don’t have the required active semester number, the application won’t show up in your student interface.

For more information about the mandatory internships visit: Mandatory Internship

Admission Requirements at Corvinus University:

Degree Requirement:

Bachelor Programs: 

Applicants must have a Highschool Diploma (secondary education) and submit certified translated copies of their graduation certificate in addition to their transcripts from all attended highschools.

Master Programs: 

Applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree and submit certified translated copies of their graduation certificate in addition to their transcripts from all attended universities.

PhD Programs: 

Applicants must have a Master’s Degree and submit certified translated copies of their graduation certificate in addition to their transcripts from all attended universities.

*Note: If you’re currently enrolled in your studies, you can include your “in-progress” academic records when applying, which means you should submit transcripts covering your most recent completed academic year or term. Your complete and final documents can be turned in at a later date.

English language Proficiency Requirement:

All Programs:

A minimum B2 knowledge in English is required, evidenced by a proficiency certificate.

Corvinus accepts the following language certificates with the minimum scores stated below:

Test provider Cambridge IELTS TOEFL TOEFL iBT TOEIC Duolingo
Min score (B2 equiv.) FCE 6.0 65 72 785 100



Exemptions from the English language requirements are applicable in the following cases:

  1. If you hold a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in English and can provide official confirmation from your university that English was the language of instruction throughout your entire course of study.
  2. If you are a native English speaker, as defined by the list of countries recognized by the UK government
  3. If you have obtained an A-level (or International A-level) qualification in English language with a minimum grade of B.
  4. If you possess an International Baccalaureate in English language with a Standard Level 5, Higher Level 4, or higher.
  5. If you have successfully completed an advanced level Matura exam in English language in Hungary with a minimum grade of 45%.
  6. If you have achieved a GCSE (or IGCE) qualification in English language with a minimum grade of 6 (or B).
  7. If you have completed an internationally recognized preparatory program (e.g., INTO, Study Group, Kaplan, or Navitas), and the program’s management certifies that your English language proficiency is at least at a B2 level.
MSc in Management and Leadership:

This programs requires higher English proficiency:

Test provider TOEFL iBT TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition IELTS CPE* CAE** BEC† Corvinus
Min score (C1 equiv.) 100 100 (& min 20 in each component) 7.0 C B B C1

Additional Documents:

  • A valid passport
  • Letter of motivation – minimum one page
    • Letter of motivation is required for Stipendium Hungaricum and Diaspora scholarship applicants only (not for self-funded applicants).
  • Mandatory Medical Certificate 
  • Work experience (for Full-time MBA applicants) 
    • Prospective Full-time MBA applicants must possess at least three years of professional experience after completing their undergraduate degree (e.g., BA or BSc). For instance, if you intend to seek admission to an MBA program starting in September 2024, the most recent permissible graduation date is September 2021. However, individuals with a Master of Arts (MA) or Master of Science (MSc) degree only need to have two years of work experience following the completion of their MA/MSc.

Entrance Oral Exam (Interview):

BA/BSc Programs:

You will be invited for an interview if you are an applicant for:

  • BA Communications
  • BA International Relations
  • BA Philosophy, Politics, Economy (PPE)
  • Applicants for BSc Applied Economics, BSc Business and Management , BSc Data Science in Business or BSc International Business do not require an interview.

After evaluation of your application and documents, if eligible you will be contacted to participate in an entrance exam held via Zoom.

You will receive a percentage score in the entrance exam(s) (out of 100).

The following will be assessed at your interview:

  • Knowledge relevant to your program
  • Skills relevant to your program
  • Motivation
MBA Program:

For our MBA programs, you will receive an invitation to engage in an online interview. Your performance during this interview will be the basis for calculating your admissions score, which will be scored out of 100.

Specific points criteria are established for each admission cycle and program. As an illustration, in the case of the Full-time MBA program in 2024, if the points threshold is established at 90%, all applicants for this program who score 90% or higher will receive conditional acceptance. Conversely, those who achieve a score of 89% or lower will face rejection.

MSc in Management and Leadership Program:

If you meet the eligibility criteria, you will receive an invitation to partake in an online interview. During this interview, you will be assessed on a scale of 100. Your overall admissions score, also rated out of 100, will be determined by averaging your converted GMAT, GRE, or NMAT score with your interview score.

The MA/MSc Dean will establish a specific points requirement. Applicants whose overall admissions score equals or exceeds this points requirement will receive conditional acceptance, while those with scores below the set points requirement will face rejection.

Entrance Mathematics Exam:

BSc and BA Programs:

If you are an applicant for one of the following, you will be required to pass Corvinus’ internal mathematics exam:

  • BSc Applied Economics
  • BSc Business and Management
  • BSc Data Science in Business
  • BSc International Business
  • BA Philosophy, Politics & Economics (PPE).

The Corvinus mathematics examination will be administered via the internet. In the event it is necessary, you will be sent an email invitation to partake in the exam prior to the scheduled date.

You are exempt from needing a mathematics exam if you can produce any of of the following:

  • Advanced Placement Exam (“APE”) (Mathematics AB or BC), with a minimum grade of 3;
  • SAT, minimum of 680 points in the mathematics component;
  • ACT exam with minimum of 27 points in the mathematics component;
  • International Baccalaureate in Mathematics, Standard Level 5, Higher Level 4 or higher;
  • Advanced level Matura exam in Mathematics obtained in Hungary with a minimum grade of 45%;
  • A-level (or International A-level) exam in Mathematics with a minimum grade of B.


MA/MSc Programs:

To apply for MA/MSc programs, you must submit a the GMAT, GRE, or NMAT certificate. It’s necessary to complete only one of these exams.

The admissions office will assess your application, including the supporting documents, and validate your GMAT, GRE, or NMAT certificate.

Your GMAT, GRE, or NMAT score will be converted into a percentage score, graded out of 100.

The MA/MSc Dean will establish a specific points requirement. Those achieving a score equal to or above this threshold will receive conditional acceptance. Individuals scoring below the specified points threshold will face rejection.

These points thresholds are determined for each admission cycle and program. For example, for the MSc in Marketing in 2024, if the points threshold is designated at 80%, any applicant applying for this program and earning a score of 80% or higher will receive conditional acceptance, while those scoring 79% or less will be denied admission.

Application Fee:

There are no application fees for Stipendium Hungaricum or Diaspora scholarship applicants.

There is a non-refundable application fee of €75 for self-funded applicants.

Application Deadlines:

  • Stipendium Hungaricum application deadline: mid-January 2024
  • Diaspora scholarship application deadline: end of January 2024
  • Self-funded application deadline: is end of April 2024
  • Preparatory Program deadline: November 5th, 2023

Mandatory Medical Certificate: Deadline to upload your mandatory medical certificate if you are a Stipendium Hungaricum or Diaspora scholarship applicant is mid-April, 2024.

Completed Education: Final deadline to upload your completed secondary education certificate, BA or BSc certificate and transcripts (plus translations if not in English) is August 1st, 2024.

Tuition and Fees at Corvinus University:

Bachelor Programs:

Program EEA Applicants: Tuition Fee (HUF/Semester) Non-EEA Applicants: Tuition Fee (EUR/Semester)
Business and Management 900 000 HUF 3200 EUR
International Business 900 000 HUF 3200 EUR
Applied Economics 900 000 HUF 3200 EUR
Communication and Media Science 700 000 HUF 2500 EUR
International Relations 700 000 HUF 2500 EUR
Sociology 700 000 HUF 2500 EUR
Philosophy, Politics, Economics 700 000 HUF 2500 EUR
Data Science in Business 900.000 HUF 3200 EUR

Master Programs:

Program  EEA Applicants: Tuition Fee (HUF/Semester) Non-EEA Applicants: Tuition Fee (EUR/Semester)
Business Informatics 970 000 HUF 3600 EUR
Finance 970 000 HUF 3600 EUR
Marketing 950 000 HUF 3600 EUR
Full time MBA (Master of Business Administration) 1 400 000 HUF 3800 EUR
Economic Analysis 850 000 HUF 3600 EUR
Health Policy, Planning and Financing 750 000 HUF 2900 EUR
Public Policy and Management 850 000 HUF 2900 EUR
Communication and Media Science 750 000 HUF 2900 EUR
International Economy and Business 850 000 HUF 2900 EUR
International Relations 610 000 HUF 2900 EUR
Regional and Environmental Economics 850 000 HUF 2900 EUR
Sociology 750 000 HUF 2900 EUR
Political Economy 750.000 HUF 2900 EUR
Advanced Supply Chain Management 1.350.000 HUF 5400 EUR
Diplomacy 1.050.000 HUF 4400 EUR
Economic Behavior Analysis 700.000 HUF 2900 EUR
Management and Leadership 970.000 HUF 3600 EUR
Public Governance 1.350.000 HUF 5400 EUR
Marketing Strategy and Innovation 1.350.000 HUF 5400 EUR
Supply Chain Management 850.000 HUF 3600 EUR

Facilities at Corvinus University:

  1. Library: The university library is a vital resource for students and researchers. It provides access to a vast collection of books, academic journals, electronic resources, and study spaces.
  2. Classrooms: Corvinus University has modern classrooms equipped with audiovisual and multimedia facilities to enhance the learning experience.
  3. Computer Labs: Computer labs are available for students to access the latest software and technology required for their studies.
  4. Research Centers: Depending on the field of study, the university has specialized research centers, laboratories, and institutes for conducting academic research.
  5. IT Services: The IT Service Centre at Corvinus University in Budapest provides telecom and IT services and supports education on the Pest campus. The center is overseen by a management team, including a director, two vice-directors, and a secretariat, which coordinates university projects, manages operations, and ensures data security for IT systems.
  6. Cafeterias and Dining Halls: The campus has cafeterias and dining halls where students can have meals and snacks.
  7. Recreation Facilities: Corvinus university has sports facilities, including gyms, indoor and outdoor sports fields, and fitness centers. These facilities promote a healthy and active lifestyle among students. The university offers back in shape, crossfit, soccer, rowing, floorball, running, yoga, jujutsu, basketball, kayak-canoe, gym, pilates, ping-pong, volleyball, chess, step aerobic, spinal exercises, badminton, trambouline, TRX, hiking, swimming, ballroom dancing, zumba, salsa, bachata courses free of charge. For some programs such as (eg. BSc programs) PE courses are mandatory.
  8. Student Services: The university provides services to support student life, such as counseling, health services, career services, and academic advising. Qualified psychologists and mental health experts are available to:
    • Assist in enhancing your emotional well-being.
    • Provide guidance on career-related choices and CV improvement.
    • Enhance your study skills and aid you as a learner.
    • Offer assistance if you have special education requirements (SEN).
  9. Student Organizations: Corvinus University has a variety of student clubs, societies, and organizations that cater to different interests and hobbies. Within the university, numerous student organizations exist, providing you with the opportunity to join one and expand your involvement. These organizations consist of individuals who share common interests, whether it be in areas such as tourism, economics, or writing.
  10. International Student Club (ISC): This is a vital project of the Students’ Union, aimed at helping international students integrate and enjoy their time at Corvinus University. Corvinus University has created ISC to connect all students, not only by organizing events but also by supporting your ideas to create something special for everyone.
  11. Corvinus Alumni Club: Corvinus Alumni Club was created for our students graduating from Corvinus University of Budapest and its predecessor. The Club’s online interface can be provided for networking, collaboration, and university involvement in the bloodstream.
  12. Working and Traineeship Services: Corvinus University of Budapest offers you a wide range of job and internship opportunities. These may be full-time or part-time jobs for both Hungarian-speaking and English-speaking students.
  13. Accommodation: Corvinus University offers on-campus housing options for students. These dormitories are equipped with necessary amenities for comfortable living.
  14. Transportation: There is easy access to public transportation or dedicated transportation services to and from the campus.
  15. Language Centers: For international students, language centers or language support services are available to improve language skills.

Dormitories at Corvinus University:

Kinizsi Dormitory:

Situated near the University’s Central Building, the Kinizsi Dormitory provides housing for 400 residents. The dormitory features rooms, the majority of which are designed for two occupants, spread across two seven-story wings of the building.

On every floor, students have access to an ironing area, a kitchen complete with a microwave oven and a gas stove, and personal kitchen cabinets. Additionally, there are modernized showers and laundry facilities with automatic washing machines, facilitating daily bathing and personal cleanliness.

  • Computer room
  • Study room
  • Gym
  • Bicycle storage room
  • washing facilities
  • Cleaning tools
  • Central e-mail address:
  • Dormitory Reception: +36 1 482 7900
  • Reception of Physical Education and Sports Centre’s Special Site: +36 1 482 7920
  • Address: 1092 Budapest, Kinizsi utca 2-6.

Tarkaréti Dormitory:

The dormitory, which houses 400 individuals, is situated in the green area of Budapest’s District 10, just a 15-minute walk from both the Blue Line Metro Terminal (Kőbánya-Kispest) and the Red Line Metro Terminal (Örs Vezér square). This facility primarily accommodates first-year students and serves as a crucial location for them to integrate into the university community and form lasting friendships.

In this dormitory, residents are placed on five levels in rooms containing three beds. Each room includes an entryway, a washroom with hot and cold water, a wardrobe, and a refrigerator. Internet connection points are available in every room, and a WiFi network is accessible.

On each floor above the ground level, there are separate bathrooms for men and women, complete with showers and toilets, as well as a kitchen equipped with two electric stoves and a microwave oven. Additionally, washing and drying facilities are provided on the ground floor.

  • Library
  • Cleaning Tools
  • Washing Facilities
  • Study Room
  • Gym
  • Bicycle Storage Room
  • Computer Room
  • Basketball field
  • Soccer Field (Yard)
  • Ping-Pong table
  • Foosball table

Földes Ferenc Dormitory:

In 2007, the building underwent a complete renovation through a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) agreement. Ferenc Földes Dormitory, often referred to as the “Ráday Dormitory,” is situated in Ráday Street and is conveniently accessible with just a 10-minute walk from the University’s main building. This six-story facility offers accommodation for nearly 300 students.

The dormitory comprises rooms with 2, 3, or 4 beds, and many of them are designed in a way that two rooms share a common bathroom. On each floor, there is a laundry and ironing area equipped with two automatic washing machines and one dryer.

Additionally, there is a kitchen featuring two electric stoves with safety switches, a microwave oven, a pantry, and lockable kitchen cabinets. Shared toilets are also available on each floor.

  • Cleaning Tools
  • Washing and Ironing Facilities
  • Ping-Pong, Board Games, and TV Room
  • Gym
  • Bicycle Storage Room
  • Central email address:
  • Phone number: +36 1 482 7585
  • Phone number of Reception Service: +36 1 482 7581 (Mainly Hungarian speaking)
  • Address: 1092 Budapest, Ráday utca 43-45.

Our Services:

We provide all admission services for the Corvinus University of Budapest completely free of charge.

We offer pre-evaluation of your documents including transcripts and English language proficiency results prior to applying to your program of choice.

Additionally, we offer assistance and provide guidance in constructing optimal resumes and personal statements if required for admission.

lastly, we provide a checklist of all the required documents for admission and assist you with applying for residency as well.