- 17 Dec 2019 7:14 AM
- Hungary Matters
During the three-year course, students will spend one semester at a company of their choice and another semester in the French alma mater, ESSCA said in a statement.
Scholarships will be available to students that gain entry to the Budapest campus.
The minimum requirement for applicants is secondary school qualification and those that finish the training in Budapest will receive a French “Bachelor in International Management” degree.