Budapest Metropolitan University
Unique career options: 87% of our Hungarian graduates find employment within 3 months of graduation, 51% already during university years. More than 400 internship opportunities at noted companies, and the possibility to join professional community already while at university. During workshops and study groups at Metropolitan you have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience, improve your skills and enjoy team-work.
Staff of reputed experts: In addition to renowned academics, top business professionals are also recruited to our lecturing team.
Foreign exposure through extensive international exchange programmes in Austria, Belgium, Canada, the Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United States, and an increasing number of other countries.
Vibrant student life! Ski camps, excursions, trips, pub tours, parties organized by the Student Union, photo club and loads of other amazing programmes…
Modern buildings, pleasant atmosphere, up-to-the-minute technologies with more than 400 computer stations, a language laboratory, a sound studio, a radio and television studio, smart boards, a multimedia library and free WiFi access on the whole area of the campus.
Green belt in the heart of the city: The park of the main building at the campus in Nagy Lajos Király Street and the green suburban atmosphere of our Egressy Road campus provide a quiet and peaceful environment for both study and recreation purposes.
On-site school bookshop and free reference library!
Easy access! All the facilities are within easy reach of the main public transport hubs.
Reasons for studying in Budapest, Hungary
Bachelor and Master degrees granted by Hungarian higher education institutions are recognized in all EU countries
affordable living costs – grate value for money
free movement within the European Union
European heritage combined with a cosmopolitan lifestyle
"World’s best cultural and entertainment venues for the young crowd” – Lonely Planet