About the Program
The International Relations program at SZTE has a competitive edge, as we are the only law school in Hungary offering an interdisciplinary curriculum in Business Economics and International (Economic) Relations, with further emphasis on Political Sciences, European Studies, and Law. Students admitted into the program (MIR) are integrated into a diverse and international student body, recruited mainly from Hungary, its neighboring countries in the Western Balkans, Central and Eastern Europe, Africa and China. MIR graduates are knowledgeable about different fields of legal studies and social sciences, are able to interpret global and regional issues in an international context and are familiar with the theoretical and practical implications of International Relations.
Our graduates are able to place the perspectives of the Central-Eastern European region in a framework of International Relations in solving legal and economic challenges. We train professionals in the study of the fundamental institutions, resources, and processes, both in legislation and in practice, that define the most important economic powers in international, European and other contexts.
As graduates, our students are familiar with the social implications of these legal and political institutions, resources and processes that might influence the economy, politics, and society of other countries as well. Graduates of the Faculty usually pursue careers in government or the public sector at international firms or civil organizations. There is also the opportunity to continue studies in Ph.D. programs.
- Level of the program: Master
- Duration of the program: 4 semesters
- Registered in: EU
- Credits: 120
Who should apply?
It is an advantage if the applicant has a background in International Relations, Political Science, Law, European Law/Studies.
Application requirements: fully completed online application form with all required attachments such as BA degree, a demonstrated proficiency in English (IELT S 6.5, TOE FL 79-93, CEFR B1-C2) motivation letter, CV, academic records*; interview online; students from non-EU countries must attach a research proposal and 2 letters of reference.
- Start of the Program: September of each year
- Tuition Fee per semester: EU students 1000 EU, non-EU students 1500 EUR
- Other fees: n.a.
For more information contact Dr. Marton Sulyok via e-mail or call +36 70 943 4137.
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