About our school

Teleki Blanka Vocational Secondary School of Economics prepares students for the certificate of secondary education, and also offers courses in subjects connected to economy, for example, logistics, accounting, finances, or, most recently, tourism.

The history of the school goes back to 1911- it was opened as a girls’s school specialized in trade and business. In 1926 it was named after Countess Blanka Teleki, who founded the first school for women in Hungary in the 19th century, and the name hasn’t changed since then. The school became co-educational in the 1950s.

More than 500 students attend our school, mostly aged 14-22, but we also offer courses for adults who want to study finances, accounting, logistics or tourism.

We put a great emphasis on teaching foreign languages. Our students learn English as their first foreign language, and  German, or Spanish as their second foreign language. Getting a B2-level language certificate before the final examination is a requirement for the language preparatory classes (which offer a year of intensive language learning), as well as for classes with Tourism specialisation.

We are committed to develop partnerships with other schools. Taking part in international programmes is of exceptional importance in today’s and future Europe. The participants’ joy and experience may motivate more and more people to find the ways of mutual understanding and constructive cooperation with different nations within our diverse world. We are enthusiastic about Erasmus+ programmes and have had excellent experiences from previous projects.

International projects


Erasmus+ 2020-23

Project Discover – Understand – Enjoy – Share

Budapest mobility

Tallinn mobility

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Erasmus+ 2018-19

Project Diverse Europe – meeting of cultures

Pforzheim mobility

Budapest mobility

School project day – cultures of Europe in focus

Photo exhibition – Colourful Europe

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Project results