The University was formed as a result of the integration taking place in Higher Education in Hungary. The Budapest University of Economic Sciences and the College of Public Administration merged in 2000. The faculties of the former University of Horticulture and Food Industry joined the institution in 2003 and the Corvinus University of Budapest was founded the following year. The University has seven faculties: Business Administration, Economics, Social Sciences, Public Administration, Food Science, Horitcultural Science and Landscape Architecure.
The University has over full-time 12,000 students following programmes taught in Hungarian, English, French and German
Courses offered through English
The International Office makes every reasonable effort to provide assistance in finding the suitable accommodation. You should budget for €250 to €300 per month