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MAEthnic and Minority Policy

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Overview

Program description:
The programme aims to educate professionals who deal with minority issues and diversity in the region with regard to the integration process of Central and Eastern European countries, the Balkans and the Mediterranean region into the international community. With their gained knowledge in the fields of political science, law, sociology, anthropology, history and social policy they will be able to carry out decision-making, controlling, organizing and experting tasks at local governments, media organizations etc. independently or in team-work. The graduates have gained suitable theoretical and practical knowledge, interdisciplinary tasks and an international outlook in reference to minority politics. They are prepared to follow their studies on doctoral level.

Entry requirements:
BA/BSc degree in Social Studies, Sociology, Social Work, Politology, Cultural Anthropology, Social Pedagogy. In case of other bachelor degrees: individual consideration.
Certification of English knowledge (both written and oral): IELTS Score: 5.5 or TOEFL IBT Band: 46-59 or Cambridge English Scale Score: 162.

If the applicant is unable to prove their knowledge of English with any of the above certifications, he or she must participate in a Skype interview or attend a prearranged interview (either in Hungary in person or on an on-the-spot admission abroad) organized by the Faculty and/or its delegates. The interview also seeks to assess the general and professional knowledge and interest of the applicant. Any letter of acceptance issued by the Faculty of Social Sciences is based on the verified fact that the applicant’s command of English has been assessed; therefore, they are considered eligible to pursue their higher studies at the institution. If the applicant can prove that they competed their former education in entirely in English by submitting a notarized attestation and a detailed academic transcript, no proof of language knowledge will be required throughout the admission process


Program leader:
Dr. Miklós Szabó
Assistant professor


Entrance exam:
Yes

Type of entrance exam:
oral

Entrance exam location:
Electronic

Entrance exam description:
Degree certificate (type, exams, grades), if the degree meets the eligibility criteria, following step is the oral interview (skype). The recruiting committee will decide upon enrollment.

Contact:
International Office, Zsófia Barczi-Kuri
E-mail: international@tatk.elte.hu


Preparatory year available:
No

Specialisation year available:
No

Minimum number of scholarship holders:
5
Maximum number of scholarship holders:
25

Link:
studyinhungary.hu/institution/eotvos-lorand-university-66.html

Programme structure

https://www.elte.hu/en/media/c4/79/e83bd927d95cd03593f66439f38fd8aa922374c44278a6e9d4d966994195/Tanterv.doc

Career opportunities

In the age of global migration processes and inter-ethnic conflicts fuelled by an increasing level of nationalism, Ethnic and Minority Policy experts are more than simply needed in various fields of studies and works. Both governmental and non-governmental offices and organizations dealing with ethnic or other kind of minorities, migrants, and refugees provide our students possible future career possibilities. Besides these institutes, local offices of different international organizations also employ experts on ethnic and minority issues. We expect that our graduates can find jobs in the different public or private agencies like in public (governmental) organizations and the minority self-governments, in public education, in research institutes, in the media, in civil organizations and NGOs, and in all such programs and projects that aim to promote the successful social and cultural integration of minorities into the dominant society.

Not available for applying at the moment

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Not available for applying at the moment

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States