MBA Students Travel to Hungary
The two-week trip offers a glimpse into the worlds of Hungarian business and politics. Students have access to high-ranking Hungarian government officials, tour the Hungarian Parliament and meet with executives from various global corporations.
The visit begins with a full day exploring Budapest, an alluring city where old-world charm, vibrant history, and world-famous architecture blend with the bustle of modernity. The following day, introductory lectures at Corvinus University prepare students with insights into Hungary's history and culture, as well as the current political and economic climate.
The next eight business days provide privileged access to business and government. From small companies to multinational corporations, students are given a tour of the facilities, receive highlevel company presentations, and enjoy extensive discussions with top executives. Also on the itinerary are meetings with delegates at the U.S. Embassy and members of the Hungarian Parliament.
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