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Program description:
The objective of the program is to prepare professionals for understanding sustainable development and the present problems of rural areas basing on knowledge relating to agriculture, economic management as well as regional and rural development, for cooperating in the determination of the possible directions of development, defining special development programs, managing their realizations and carrying out the monitoring of the processes.

Entry requirements:
Bachelor degree in Agriculture or related field

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Entrance exam description:
The professional evaluation of the educational materials (degree, transcripts, results) is the task of the relevant Faculty. This evaluation is followed by a Skype interview with one of the professors of the Faculty, which aims to check the applicant’s level of motivation, language skills and professional knowledge. (In case of a missing certificate about the English language proficiency we conduct a Skype interview in order to check the applicant’s English language skills.)

Ms Lilla Fónai
Admissions Officer

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Programme structure

Accounting for Managers (5 credits)
Agrarian Policy (3 credits)
Agrarian Policy Analysis Programs (3 credits)
Alternative Management (3 credits)
Community Development (3 credits)
Corporation for The Rural Development (3 credits)
Economic Law (4 credits)
Economics of Agricultural Markets (4 credits)
Economics of Agriculture Sectors (5 credits)
Food Chain Safety (2 credits)
Human Resource Management (3 credits)
Integrated Regional Development (3 credits)
Integrated Settlement Development (3 credits)
Local Economic and Enterprise Development (3 credits)
Local Rural Development (3 credits)
Production Economics (4 credits)
Project Management (3 credits)
Regional Planning and Programming (7 credits)
Research Methodology (5 credits)
Rural and Environmental Policy (4 credits)
Rural Economy (4 credits)
Rural Security Studies (3 credits)
Rural Sociology (3 credits)
Trading and Logistics Studies (4 credits)

Professional Optional Subjects
Enterprise Innovation (3 credits)
City and Regional Marketing (3 credits)
Social and Human Studies (3 credits)
Business Consulting (3 credits)
Organic Farming (3 credits)
Thesis writing (20 credits)

Career opportunities

The wide range of management and rural development skills enable graduates to pursue different careers and adapt their knowledge to different conditions in their home countries. Graduates may find employment at agricultural companies or in public administration.

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