|Study location||Hungary, Eger|
|Type||Master, partial/exchange studies|
|Nominal duration||1-2 semesters (20-30/40-60 credits)|
|Course code||Social Science|
Bachelor diploma (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
Applications are accepted from the following territories (based on citizenship): Albania, Cambodia, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico, Mongolia, South Korea, Syria, Turkey, Vietnam.
The Department of Political Science offers a four-semester master degree programme in International Relations with a focus on the relationship between global, regional and national ideas and policies of the world. The Programme discusses the fundamental theoretical and practical issues in international politics and diplomacy, it provides students with in-depth, contextual and interdisciplinary knowledge of these issues. Two academic specialization are available in English: • Transitology (if you are interested in studying about the political, economic and social transitions /regime changes/ happened in South Europe, in Latin-America, or in Central and Eastern Europe). • European Studies: Equal Opportunities in Europe (an academic specialization for the students who are interested in the contemporary social and cultural processes of Europe as well as the issue of equal chances).
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The admission procedure consits of the following parts:
- 20-30 minutes long online interview (via Skype or GoogleChat)
The Centre for International Relations will contact all applicants to set up a suitable time for the online interview (Skype, GoogleChat). Applicants will be interviewed by appointed staff members from the Department and the Centre for International Relations. Professors will check the applicant’s preliminary knowledge of the chosen study area and motivation. The Centre for International Relations will check the language skills and intercultural competences of the applicant.
The admission decision is based on the following results:
- result of previous studies (max. 20 points)
- CV, motivation letter (max. 20 points)
- online interview (max. 60 points)
Minimum admission requirements: 60 points. Those applicants who gain less than 5 points in any section of the admission procedure will be rejected.
Ms Anita Molnár
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