Business & Economics Available Sessions
$1,000 Flight Voucher when you apply with code by February 27, 2020
About the Program
Study abroad in the heart of Europe! Expand your international experience by taking business courses with local Hungarian and other international students. Take courses in marketing, finance, and economics, with an option to choose from a variety of humanities courses such as political science, law and more. All courses are taught in English, with the exception of a beginner Hungarian language course.
- 2/2/20 - 5/23/20
- 12 - 15
- Apply by:
- Withdraw by:
- Application Requirements
- Transcript - Unofficial
- Complete Application
- $95 Online Application Fee
Enroll in 1 - 2 Business or Economics Core Courses, taught in English. Select 1 - 3 elective courses from any subject area. You can also enroll in an optional Hungarian language or culture course.
Each course is granted 6 ECTS, which convert to 3 US credits per course. Students enroll in a total of 4 - 5 courses through the semester and earn 12 – 15 US credits for the full semester.
Classes generally meet Monday – Thursday. Active learning components required by courses may be scheduled any day of the week.
Prior to departure, you will select your preferred courses. You will be enrolled into courses based on availability and further changes can be made during the add/drop period at the beginning of the semester. It is in your best interest to have multiple alternative courses approved by your home university prior to your departure due to course availabilities. Please consult with your academic advisor at your home university on credit pre-approval guidelines.
All Levels Course Structure
The host institution has offered the following courses in the past. Please note that course listings may not be finalized until the start of the term; we’ll post an updated list when the host institution finalizes its offerings.
*Courses with an asterisk indicate that the course has been associated with multiple subject areas.
Please click on the course title to view additional subject areas and detailed course information.
Get out and explore! Excursions are offered for most semester, year, and summer programs*. Semester students are typically offered between two to three excursions and summer study students are typically offered between one to two excursions. You'll receive a calendar of excursions during orientation; here are a few day and overnight excursions we've offered in the past.
Hungary’s famous River Danube takes a sharp turn just north of Budapest, and the bend is widely considered the most beautiful stretch of the entire river, surrounded by green hills and charming little towns on both banks. On the West bank, you’ll find Szentendre, a historically Serbian town known for its arts scene; Visegrád, where palace ruins mark the first recorded spread of the Renaissance outside Italy; and Esztergom, home of the largest Hungarian cathedral. On the East bank, you can visit the botanical garden in Vácrátót or hike through the scenic landscape of Nagymaros.
Spend a day at the largest natural lake in central Europe, where you can go for a swim and hang out on the shore with friends. Lake Balaton is surrounded by popular resort towns along its southern shore and mountainous wine country to the north, giving you plenty of alternatives to lake activities while you’re in the area. Sailing, fishing, and other water sports are popular ways tourists spend time at Balaton during the warmer months, and if urban activities are more your thing, enjoy the night life in the resort towns after spending daylight hours on the water.
Village of Hollókö
This mountain town an hour outside Budapest provides a window into traditional Hungarian culture. With a population of just under 400 people, Hollókő is great destination for a quiet retreat from big city life. Visit the castle ruins that date back to at least the 1300s and walk through the charming streets of the village where its businesses operate out of the unique white-washed houses with thatched wooden roofs first built in the late 17th century. Take the opportunity to see locals dressed in the unique and colorful folkloric costumes they’ve inherited from their ancestors and watch as locals parade through the streets in horse-drawn carriages for special events. Hollókő’s the perfect spot for star-gazing on a clear night and the pastoral landscape surrounding the village makes a beautiful backdrop for the many festivals and cultural activities the locals organize or for a simple walk on a sunny
This 2000-year-old city is just a train ride away from Budapest, not far from Hungary’s border with Croatia. Originally founded by the ancient Romans, Pécs has a long and fascinating history full of regime changes and cultural shifts. Visit the 12th century Pécs Cathedral, which has functioned as both a Christian church and Turkish mosque, for its architecture and interior frescoes. Tour the Gallery of Modern Hungarian Art, home to over 12,000 pieces. Make a wish at the Zsolnay Fountain, considered one of the symbols of the city. If you like theater, go see a play at the National Theater of Pécs and find out why the city is considered the Hungarian capital of the dramatic arts
This budget contains costs that you can take to your financial aid office. Please note that amounts may fluctuate; we’ve included a range of costs.
Federal law allows the use of financial aid to cover “reasonable” costs of study abroad including round-trip transportation, tuition and fees for the program, living costs, passport and visa fees, health insurance, and more.
Please note that all costs and charges listed below are subject to change without notice. With the exception of Program Price, all costs are estimates and may vary.
Below is a tentative itinerary for your program. Please note, dates and events below may change without prior notification. Contact CEA before purchasing airline tickets.
You will receive a finalized itinerary once you arrive onsite.
Note: Additional cultural activities/excursions or required course-related activities may be incorporated into your final itinerary. You are advised not to make personal travel arrangements until you have the final dates.