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Serving and supporting the students and the faculty

The Directorate of International Relations and Innovation of Corvinus University facilitates the internationalisation at the University by taking care of various related activities, which could best be described by the words: initiation, coordination, support and representation. Most of these activities are in connection with student exchange and the partner agreements it is based on.

The Directorate of International Relations and Innovation...

  • is responsible for managing international cooperation agreements and the partnerships,
  • coordinates and supervises the exchange programmes, e.g. ERASMUS, CEEPUS and inter-university exchanges, including the supervision of the registration of incoming students and that of outgoing students,
  • coordinates the so-called Tandem Programme (buddy programme),
  • cooperates with the Student Associations (e.g. ESN Corvinus) in the arrangement of programmes for incoming students,
  • gathers, processes and disseminates information on partner institutions, their study programmes and on other study abroad possibilities,
  • makes students’ study abroad reports available for future candidates,
  • maintains contact with the European Commission, the National Agency, the Hungarian Scholarship Board (MÖB) etc.,
  • prepares (or assists the preparation of) promotional materials, study guides and other publications about the University,
  • arranges various tasks concerning the arrival of visitors, academic staff and students,
  • represents the Corvinus University internationally at conferences, fairs or on other occasions.

In all the above activities the International Office, being a central administrative unit, works closely together with the other central administrative units, and especially with the faculties, which all have one or more international coordinators (for further information, please visit the web page of the faculties).


  • letter of acceptance,
  • information letter,
  • Tandem programme (CBS, CSE, FSS-IR),
  • orientation programme,
  • information package (after the orientation day),
  • collecting requests concerning courses,
  • course confirmation,
  • other confirmations and signatures,
  • general questions and non-academic problems.

Responsibilities of the Faculties:

  • enrolment / check-in,
  • student ID card,
  • computer access password,
  • questions related to academic matters (e.g. course schedules, exam related questions),
  • decision-making on requested courses,
  • transcript of records.



Last modified: 2018.11.30.