Inward Researcher Mobility
Short-term Resident Fellow Program

In the framework of the Short-term Resident Fellow Program, OBIC supports the inward mobility of international researchers, who are given the possibility to engage in research at the Budapest Business School (BBS). During their stay, besides working on their studies, they also hold special courses for BBS students that are related to the East Asian region or the different research fields of BBS, thereby contributing to knowledge transfer and diverse education.

Visiting professors receive a fellowship grant and OBIC's goal is to guarantee that the researchers make the most out of their stay at BBS (be it a few weeks or months depending on the call) and thus their work furthers the development of the academic, cultural and economic relations between Hungary and the East Asian countries.

Participants of the inward researcher mobility are chosen by invitation.


Our guest researchers in the 2018/2019 academic year:

  • Yao Huang, PhD (Helen) - BBS FIMB guest researcher
    Receiving institution: Zhejiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages, Shaoxing, China
    Period: 18 March - 28 April 2019
    Special course held for BBS students:
    Introduction to China's Economy

  • Constantine George Karalekas, PhD - BBS FIMB guest researcher
    Receiving institution: National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan - China
    Period: 20 March - 3 May 2019
    Special course held for BBS students:
    Economic and Social Development in Asia

  • Yashar Salamzadeh, PhD - BGE FCHT guest researcher
    Receiving institution: Universiti Sains Malaysia, Graduate School of Business, Penang, Malaysia
    Period: 25 April - 30 May 2019
    Special course held for BBS students: Intercultural communication and organizational culture and Organisational and HR Management
    Workshop held for BBS students: Business Model Canvas 

Interview with Yashar Salamzadeh, PhD: