Skip to content High contrast mode

BAInternational Relations: International Relations, European Studies, Area Studies 14.6(ISCED 316)

More information

admissions.sze.hu/-study 

Overview

The undergraduate programme in International Relations is for individuals who are sensitive to global problems, open to other cultures, and are prepared to handle a broad range of evidence and analyse complex issues. They are also able to understand and interpret complexity, as well as present arguments in a clear, concise and effective manner in English. The International Relations BA course is designed to enhance global perspectives and to learn how the world works. It also provides students with the knowledge of how to employ up-to-date theories, methods, and approaches. A multidisciplinary and flexible programme which combines a wide range of courses in international relations, history, economics, political science, foreign languages, sociology and regional studies, among other disciplines. The programme trains the students to be well informed about generally accepted tendencies, characteristics and data on universal political, economic and cultural phenomena. They will thus have deeper insights into and understanding of relations of various nations and cultures.

Contact:
Dr. Júlia Szőke
senior lecturer
szokej@sze.hu

Programme structure

The total number of credits needed to complete the programme is 180 credits. The courses of the programme are divided into three categories: compulsory courses (157 credits), thesis (10 credits) and elective courses (13)credits). 1 credit equals one ECTS credit, and 1 credit is defined as 25 student working hours.

Career opportunities

The undergraduate programme in International Relations is for individuals who are sensitive to global problems, open to other cultures, and are prepared to handle a broad range of evidence and analyse complex issues. They are also able to understand and interpret complexity, as well as present arguments in a clear, concise and effective manner in English. The International Relations BA course is designed to enhance global perspectives and to learn how the world works. It also provides students with the knowledge of how to employ up-to-date theories, methods, and approaches. A multidisciplinary and flexible programme which combines a wide range of courses in international relations, history, economics, political science, foreign languages, sociology and regional studies, among other disciplines. The programme trains the students to be well informed about generally accepted tendencies, characteristics and data on universal political, economic and cultural phenomena. They will thus have deeper insights into and understanding of relations of various nations and cultures.

Not available for applying at the moment

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States