Skip to content High contrast mode
More information 


The aim of the training is that students get to know the major events and issues in the history of Central-Europe and Hungary. Students get an overview of the historical problems and the cognition of professional literature and sources. They will be able to perform individual research and data processing.

The process of admission is first the checking of official documentation of students, then an oral interview with the applicants. There students have to prove their English language competences and general literacy, on the basis of which it is presumable that they are able to follow the courses.

Accomplishment of 120 credits according to the curriculum, thesis work, final examination; C1 language examination in a foreign language, or a B2 language certificate in another language than the one required for the BA degree, or a secondary school leaving certificate or other qualification equivalent to these.


Ms Zsuzsanna Keresztfalvi
international affairs coordinator

Preparatory year available:

Specialisation year available:

Minimum number of scholarship holders:

Maximum number of scholarship holders:

Programme structure

Theory-oriented training of 120 credits with Specialization in Armenian Studies and Specialization in Central-European Studies.

Not available for applying at the moment

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States