Since our organisation was founded in 2009 we have been helping our members to improve their skills and to create a motivating community for them. By our continuous improvements throughout the years we can proudly state that we are one of the best association of our university.
Youth Business Group
BIT Club is member of the Youth Business Group, which is the largest organisation in Hungary uniting various student associations. This initiative is present in five different areas, Business, IT, Tourism, Investment and Diplomacy with nine associations in universities of Budapest. It aims to find, develop and support talents, who can get the most out of themselves in their undergraduate and subsequent years.
They are looking for ambitious students in their organisations who consciously want to stand out from their fellow students and develop while spending their everyday lives in a cohesive group of friends. Members can work on real-world projects that allow them to put into practice what they have learned at university and in our trainings.
The Talent Program is a comprehensive career path for YBG, which has been introduced into all their associations, like the BIT. The program adapts to semesters at the university and provides up-to-date trainings as the studies progress. By the end of their path at the student organisation, members realise their own talents and skills and can consciously choose from their career options.
As a senior recruiter of PwC I have been working with the Business IT Club Corvinus since 2019 January. We are already over several workshops together, about such as information security or crisis management. I always meet enthusiastic, open-minded, talented young people, with whom we are always looking forward to work with in the future – even as colleagues in our consulting teams.
BIT did a well-organised event about FinTech trends with the representatives who were invited from relevant sectors. The professional and relevant questions and the great participants are deeply appreciated.
BIT is perfect for every student who are interested in improving their IT skills in addition to their university studies.
Through their courses the members of the association can get to know the private sector better and gain a lot of experience.
We had a chance to speak for a fintech-based panel discussion organised by the Business IT Cub – Corvinus, which was about the challenges and opportunities of the current financial service sectors. In the presence of the representatives from the Academy and relevant private sectors, I hope that the participants got some valuable insight!
Congratulations and good luck to BIT! I wish they will manage to organize other such outstanding events for the Corvinus’ students!