Tomori Pl College
Tomori Pál College is a academy which was founded in 2004. The College has the major goal of providing high quality study opportunities to people who wish to continue their studies in higher education from all over the world. The institution has been accredited by the State of Hungary. The degree issued by the College is recognized and accepted in the territory of the European Union. Students may choose to start MA (Master) courses after graduation and they have the opportunity of participating in the ERASMUS program in the course of their studies at the College.
According to an impartial list of higher education institutions in Hungary, Tomori Pál College is the best academy among the institutions which offer courses in the field of economics and business administration.
We are well aware of the fact that education standards are definitely important but the environment where you study is also very important. We are proud to present you our institution, which is situated in some of the most beautiful surroundings in Budapest. You will find no other higher education institutions with such a beautiful setting and so many opportunities of recreation in Budapest!
The building has a large auditorium that can hosTomori2t about 200 people and it is equipped with several classrooms with a capacity of 15-50 people. Students can take a rest in the park between classes and take
advantage of some other areas of leisure. Students can use a WIFI connection free of charge, even in the park!
The College, which is situated in the direct vicinity of Campona shopping centre in district 22, is easily accessible from roads 6, 7 and from the motorway M0. The building can be reached by bus 33, 33E, 114, 150, 213, 214 and 233 and from the railway station in Budatétény.
The useful surface of the Tomori3building takes up approximately 5,500 square meters and it is surrounded by paved roads and a beautiful gardened estate of 15,000 squa
re meters. On the ground floor of the building there is a lobby furnished with direct connections to a restaurant and a bar while the Student Registration Office and a shop for textbooks can be found in the same area.
As completing an internship of half a year is required to obtain the degree, Tomori Pál College provides assistance to their students to find workplaces where the internship can be completed, e.g. we have cooperation agreements with two Chambers of Commerce.
All students who have enrolled in one of our couTomori4rses get a student ID card that provides numerous benefits (e.g. discount travelling ticket prices, discount rates to museums, library, etc.).
Tomori Pál College helps its foreign students in their everyday life in Hungary, e.g. to conclude health care insurance, to provide the documents to the immigration office, represent the interest of students before the authorities, etc.
Course fees: 1750 Euro for one semester.
Work allowed up to 20 hours per week .Guaranteed Admission.Low Risk & Maximum Visa Success Rate.Qualified Teaching Staff.Excellent Learning Resources for Students Low fee & high Quality education.
Low embassy Fee…60 euro
Minimum qualification Intermediate (12th pass)
Bachelor in Business Management
Bachelor in International Management
Bachelor in International Relation
Students may participate in the ERASMUS program and complete their studies of a semester at a HEI abroad.
Apart from ERASMUS, the College has good relations to several foreign institutions of higher education abroad, including some EU-countries and Russia. The College has concluded cooperation agreements with some of these institutions in the field of research and studies.
Please contact us for further information or send your documents for assessment.
Basic Information about Hungary
Administratively, Hungary is divided into 19 counties with the capital city of Budapest being independent of any county government.
Hungary is one of the 15 most popular tourist destinations in the world with a capital regarded as one of the most beautiful cities. Despite its relatively small size, the country is home to numerous World Heritage Sites, UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, the second largest thermal lake in the world (Lake Hévíz), the largest lake in Central Europe (Lake Balaton), and the largest natural grassland in Europe (Hortobágy).
Neighbouring countries: Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia
Education system in Hungary:
Hungarian higher education has been a home of academic excellence for more than 600 years. The first university in Hungary was founded in 1367 in Pécs, which is in the south-west of Hungary. Today there are 67 higher education institutions in Hungary, ranging from small colleges to top research universities. These universities and colleges are maintained either by the state, private organizations or a church.
In accordance with the objectives of the Bologna process the degree structure of tertiary education is based on three cycles. Nearly all study fields lead first to a Bachelor’s degree (usually 3 years), and after a further study period to a Master’s degree (2 years). However, there are some exceptions: medicine, pharmacy, dental and veterinary studies, architecture, law, teacher training, and certain arts-, crafts- and design-related study programmes, which retain a long single-cycle structure of 5 or 6 years of study.
The first-cycle programmes last 6–8 semesters (3–4 years, 180–240 credit points) and lead to a Bachelor’s degree (in Hungarian: alapfokozat). The second cycle, leading to a Master’s degree (in Hungarian: mesterfokozat), lasts 2–4 semesters (1–2 years, 60–120 credit points).
Two-year-long vocational higher education programmes (in Hungarian: felsőoktatási szakképzés) are also available on an optional basis prior to first-cycle programmes and lead to advanced vocational qualifications. The 120 credit points gained in vocational higher education programmes are compatible for recognition in the first (Bachelor) cycle. Any Bachelor’s or Master’s degree can be followed by specialised higher education courses (in Hungarian: szakirányú továbbképzés). These do not lead to another degree but offer the option of specialisation in a particular field of study. Courses can be studied full-time, part-time or through distance learning.
A four-year doctoral programme is a post-graduate course to follow any Master’s or equivalent qualification.
Hungarian Ministry of Human Capacities
The System of Education in Hungary (pdf, 683 kb)
Hungarian education system and ongoing reforms