The goal of our International Relations MA is to train highly qualified experts in the social sciences who are able to think about the place and role of Hungary and the Central European region in an international and global context and who are able to draw informed conclusions as to the theoretical and practical implications of international relations. Students are to acquire advanced language and negotiation skills as well as proficiency in analytical and synthesizing skills. Coupled with a broad knowledge of histories and current issues they are required to have a comprehensive understanding of the current dynamics of global political economy, legal frameworks and social processes. Based on the acquired knowledge and skills, they are able to make predictions and forecasts. The program trains students to able to identify the complex issues inherent in Central Europe’s location in global challenges as well as to get acquainted with the world beyond Europe and tendencies of development of the third world. The acquired lexical knowledge and related skills enable them to pursue further studies or individual research (PhD).
- International Relations in Theory and Practice
- The History and Mechanisms of the European Union
- Social Sciences
- International Law
- International and Global Economy
- Central European Studies
Who we expect
We welcome applications by students who hold a bachelors degree in the field of International Studies, Social Sciences, Economics, Law or Arts and who demonstrate advanced-level English competence.
- June 15 2017 for fall semester 2017.
- December 15 2017 for spring semester 2018.
BA degree prior to registration; Advanced Language Proficiency in English (TOEFL 79-80 iBT/213 CBT/550 PBT pts, Cambridge Proficiency Language Exam, IELTS min. 6.0 pts.) or any previous degree acquired in English; Comlete application package
Outstanding applicants with demonstrated skills and expressed willingness to conduct research have the possibility to receive iASK scholarships.
- academic excellence
- inclination for research
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Last updated October 27, 2017