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BAInternational Relations

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Overview

Program description:
Educates students who want to learn about political systems, international relations, political institutions, history and various fields. The goal of the programme in International Relations is to train highly qualified experts with broad education in the social sciences who know the theoretical and practical context of international relations. Graduated students will gain a practical knowledge related to the system of international organizations and relations, local governmental systems and local politics, how states and political organizations function, the world of NGOs and political parties, the types of electoral systems and forms of governments, the concept of political socialization, political culture, political communication and how the European Union works.

Entry requirements:
- Certified and translated (if originals are not in English) copy of school transcripts showing satisfactory completion of senior high school.
- Europass CV in English
- Motivation letter (introduction plus field of interest, etc.) in 3000 to 3500 characters.
- Copy of valid passport or national ID

Additional documents to be submitted in English/officially attested English translation:
- medical certificate
- chest X-ray (doctor’s note, not the image, and not older than 1 year)
- vaccination card (showing that you are immunized against HEP B and C) OR serology results for Hep B and C
- HIV test result (not older than 3 months)

Entrance exam:
Yes

Type of entrance exam:
oral

Entrance exam location:
Electronic

Entrance exam description:
Evaluation of submitted documents, online interview and ranking of applicants

Contact:
Ms. Éva Kovács-Samu
foreign.humanities@pte.hu

Programme structure

180 credits which the international students have to accomplish in 6 semesters. Courses with 2 to 8 credits, appr. 8-9 per semester.

Requirements and the evaluation process may differ at the different courses, but generally on seminars the students are evaluated based on active participation and contribution, while on lectures they have to pass an oral or written exam and might face further requirements as well. Both cases, the evaluation goes from 1- failed to 5-excellent.

The minimum amount of credits to be collected in every semester is 18 credits.

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States