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Entry Requirements

Students wishing to apply for the BA in Business and Management program must have:

1) finished the secondary school and obtained a degree allowing them to continue their studies at the higher educational level in their home countries.

2) a good knowledge in Mathematics – foreign applicants must complete one of the exams below:

AP (Advanced Placement) in Mathematics (Calculus AB or BC): min. grade 3
SAT Mathematics Subject Test Level II.(DI Code: 7942): min. 680 points
ACT Test (Institutional Code: 7014): min. 27 points in the Mathematics part

3) a good working knowledge of English (oral and written) – all applicants who are not native speakers of English must provide a valid English language proficiency test (e.g. TOEFL iBT – min. 66 points, IELTS overall band: min. 6.0) (TOEFL institutional code: 3228)

Applications will only be accepted if all the application materials have been submitted.

Applicants with Hungarian citizenship

Application deadline: February 15 each year through the official Hungarian higher educational admissions system (www.felvi.hu)

Applicants with EEA (European Economic Area) citizenship

Application deadline:

  1. February 15 each year for those applying through the official Hungarian higher educational admissions system. For detailed information, see www.felvi.hu
  2. May 31 of each year for those sending their application documents directly to the ISP Office (for the list of the required application documents, click here).

EEA applicants with a secondary school diploma achieved in a non-EEA country:

If you gain admission to the program, the official Letter of Acceptance will be issued only after you have sent the apostilled (or diplomatically legalized) version of your secondary school diploma to the ISP Office in PDF format. For this reason, we suggest that you make arrangements for the apostille/diplomatic legalization as soon as you have been awarded the secondary school diploma as it may take time to get the apostille/diplomatic legalization.

For detailed information on apostilles, please check here.

If the country where your secondary school 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.

Applicants with Non-EEA citizenship

Application deadline: May 31 of each year (for the list of the required application materials, click here).

If you meet the entry requirements in Mathematics and English and are accepted to the program, the official Letter of Acceptance will be issued only after you have sent the apostilled (or diplomatically legalized) version of your secondary school diploma to the ISP Office in PDF format. For this reason, we suggest that you make arrangements for the apostille/diplomatic legalization as soon as you have been awarded the secondary school diploma as it may take time to get the apostille/diplomatic legalization.

For detailed information on apostilles, please check here.

If the country where your secondary school 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.

 

 

 

Last modified: 2018.10.19.