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Admissions Process: Stage 1

Required Application Materials

Hungarian citizen applicants must apply through the central national admission center Országos Felsőoktatási Információs Központ (OFIK) and must apply as indicated in the hard copy application guide (Felsőoktatási felvételi tájékoztató) or on the official website of the admission center (www.felvi.hu).

Foreign citizen applicants must apply according to the below requirements. The admission process occurs in two stages: application and interview. If your application is accepted, you will be contacted to take the entry exams.

Please include the following in your application:


  1. Completed & signed application form
  2. Proof of completion (at least 180 ECTS) of previous bachelor and/or master studies in a related field*
    • If you are currently studying, then provide an official statement of expected graduation.
    • If your degree comes from a non-EEA country, your diploma will need an apostille.
  3. Official transcript of grades from your related degree
  4. Completed Petition for the Acceptance of Degree form
  5. Completed Request for Credit Acceptance and a Course Form for MSc in Business Informatics if your degree cannot be accepted automatically (see below: "Which degrees are accepted?")
  6. Proof of English language proficiency 
  7. Copy of the photo-page of your passport or EU identification card
  8. Curriculum vitae/resumé in English (Europass or similar)
  9. Proof of payment of the 100 EUR application fee (non-refundable) - this should be paid by bank transfer
  10. Passport size photo
  11. GMAT score – if available (not obligatory, but highly welcome)

If your official documents are not in either English or Hungarian, an official notarized translation of the documents is required.

For degrees issued in Non-EEA countries

***The official Letter of Acceptance will be issued only after you have submitted the apostilled (or diplomatically legalized) version of your degree.  For this reason, we suggest that you make arrangements for the apostille/diplomatic legalization as soon as you have been awarded the degree as it may take time to get the apostille/diplomatic legalization.

For detailed information on apostilles, please check here.

If the country where your diploma originated is not a member of the Apostille Convention, your diploma must be diplomatically legalized by the foreign ministry of the country in which the document originated, and then by the Hungarian Consulate of your home country.

Which degrees are accepted?

* Applicants must hold at least a BA/BSc degree and will have completed a minimum of 180 ECTS credits upon graduation.

**BA/BSc/MSc degrees in the following fields are fully accepted: BSc in Business Information Technology

Applicants with BSc in Informatics are expected, but students with other BA/BSc or Master degrees can apply, if they have at least 70 credits from sciences (calculus, statistics, informatics, etc. - 10 ECTS), business and humanities (economics, management and financial subjects - 20 ECTS), and IT subjects (computer architecture, programming, database management, system development, quality management, ERPs - 40 ECTS). As a minimum, 40 ECTS from the above subjects has to be presented upon application to the program and 30 ECTS can be obtained during the program. (During their first year of studies in the MSc in BIS program supplement courses are taken in addition to the regular curriculum. The student is expected to bear the cost of these additional courses themselves.) Applicants must submit a Request for Credit Acceptance form and a Course Form for MSc in Business Informatics.

Application Period & Deadline

Applicants can submit their applications starting February 1st. 

Application Deadline: March 30th

Only completed applications can be considered.

The admission process occurs in two stages: (1) application and (2) interview. If your application is accepted, then you will be contacted for an interview. The interview will be organized through Skype and is usually held soon after the application deadline. Please check the details and some sample interview questions on our page about the interview stage.

Stipendium Hungaricum Applicants ONLY

IMPORTANT: Please do not apply to the ISP office if you have already chosen the program in the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship portal. You will only need to apply for the degree program through the scholarship portal. You will be expected to meet the same above requirements for the program, with the exception of the application fee (the application fee is not applicable for those receiving the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship).


The application materials can be sent by post to the following address:

International Study Programs Office
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem
1093 Budapest
Fővám tér 8.


If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Katalin O'Dowd Gelencsér (katalin.gelencser(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu)

Last modified: 2019.01.18.