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Budapest, Hungary

Budapest Business School

Budapesti Gazdasági Főiskola (BGF)

University type: economics
University status: non-public


1149 Budapest, Buzogány street 11-13.
Tel. (+36) 1 383 4799

Handel und MarketingStudies in German
Tourismus-GastronomieStudies in German
Commerce and MarketingStudies in English
Finance and AccountingStudies in English
International Business EconomicsStudies in English
Tourism and CateringStudies in English
Diplôme d'économiste et de gestionnaire (BA)Studies in French
AndragógiaStudies in Hungarian
Emberi erőforrásokStudies in Hungarian
Gazdálkodási és menedzsmentStudies in Hungarian
GazdaságinformatikusStudies in Hungarian
Kommunikáció és médiatudományStudies in Hungarian
KözszolgálatiStudies in Hungarian
Nemzetközi tanulmányokStudies in Hungarian
Pénzügy és számvitelStudies in Hungarian
Üzleti szakoktatóStudies in Hungarian

International BusinessStudies in English
International RelationsStudies in English
Tourism-ManagementStudies in English
AccountingStudies in Hungarian
Theory of MarketingStudies in Hungarian
PénzügyStudies in Hungarian

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International Business in English - College of International Management and Business Studies in English
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