Wekerle Business School

Business Administration and Management BA Programme

Title of award: Economist in Business Administration and Management
Field of training: Economic sciences
Required level of English language proficiency: minimum B2 level (IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL IBT 72 or equivalent)
Duration: 6 semesters + 1 semester related work experience (internship)
Specialization: International Management
Number of credits: 210
Fees and Finances

This Programme will next be commenced in September, 2019. The intake period starts on 1st March, 2019.

Business Administration and Management Programme

Dr. László Mádi

Our students will participate in a learning experience that will introduce them to the intricacies of one of our most respected and sought after BA programmes. Not only will they study the operations of companies and the behaviour of business organisations but they will also learn about entrepreneurship, leadership, project management and many other areas of business management. Through a practical approach they will gain expertise, theoretical knowledge while having the opportunity to improve and test their skills both individually and in groups in a pleasant, stimulating and inspiring atmosphere. Upon completing the programme students will become Economists in Business Administration and Management with a degree recognised all over Europe.

Graduates will be able to obtain jobs in leadership positions in small and medium-sized companies as well as in large multinational firms. Due to their up to date expertise acquired at WBS students will have excellent opportunities to reach their professional targets either here in Europe or back in their home countries.

Dr. László Mádi
Programme Director

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The aim of the programme is to train professionals who will have acquired the necessary economic and business knowledge and skills as well as sales and marketing expertise to successfully work in the acquisition, sales and organization of both products and services, while always following market demand. In addition to being able to organise and manage the activities of small and medium- sized businesses graduates will be able to find employment at large international companies. By the end of the programme they will have acquired sufficient knowledge and skills necessary to create, direct, assess and evaluate all types of businesses and departments.

The graduate student of the course will be able to:

  • establish and run their own companies;
  • carry out and plan decision making processes and techniques of commercial activities;
  • understand the processes of consumer behaviour and consumer protection;
  • organise and manage the activities of small and medium-sized businesses;
  • acquire and/or sell various products and/or services;
  • perform in a team as well as individually;
  • understand financial planning;
  • cooperate with suppliers, partners, service providers as well as with other functional fields within an organisation.