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MA in International Relations (En)

MA in International Relations

Full time programme

Validity: From the academic year 2017-2018

Summary of credits

Groups of subjects Credit volume
Compulsory subjects 111
Elective subjects (unlimited choice) 9
Total 120

 

Curriculum

Basic information

  • The number of credits to be collected in each elective list (subjects with light green background) is indicated in the table above.
  • In order to collect the number of credits indicated in the category of elective subjects (unlimited choice) the students can choose any subject that is not defined as compulsory in their programme (in addition to the subjects listed here).
  • The table indicates class hours per week.
  • Abbreviations: Sm - Semester, Lh - Lecture hours, Th - Tutorial hours, Ast - Type of assessment, Cr - Credits. Assessment: E - Exam, Cw - coursework, S - signature.

The general provisions for our programmes are defined by the Study and Examination Regulations (in Hungarian). The English version is in the process of being updated.

Sm Code Subject Lh Th Ast Cr List or specialisation Prerequisite
1 KUEK0MA03 Research Methods 0 2 Cw 3    
1 OSOG0MA03 Comparative Constitutional Law 2 0 E 3    
1 KOET0MA06 History of Economic and Political Theories 4 0 E 6    
1 NETE0MA03 Theory of International Relations 2 0 E 3    
1 GEIA0MA03 Geopolitics and Geostrategies 2 0 E 3    
1 VIAS0MA06 Theories of World Economy, International Trade and Global Flow of Factors of Production 2 2 E 6    
1 CIOK0MA03 Civilisation and World Religions 2 0 E 3    
1 KEAN0MA03 The Political History of Eastern and Central Europe in the 20th Century 2 0 E 3    
1 KONG0BA03 Communication Training 0 2 Cw 3 elective (unlimited choice)  
1 KOIO0MA03 Public and Social Communication 2 0 E 3 elective (unlimited choice)  
2 NEOK0MA06 Case Studies of International and European Law 2 2 Cw 6    
2 GLAK0MA03 Globalisation and Globalisation Critiques 2 0 E 3    
2 KUOK0MA06 Foreign Policy Analysis, Decision Making, Strategies of International Negotiations 1 3 Cw 6    
2 MAIG0MA06 External Political and Economic Relations of Hungary Since 1914 4 0 E 6    
2 NEEK0MB03 International and European Finances 2 0 E 3    
2 NEIO0MA06 International (Intercultural) Communication 2 2 E 6    
3 DIAK0MA03 Studies on General and Specialised Diplomacies 1 1 E 3    
3 OREK0MA06 Country Studies – Comparative Societal and Economic Analyses 2 2 Cw 6    
3 NEEK0MC03 International Treaties 2 0 E 3    
3 TAOK0MA06 Eastern Asia Studies 2 2 E 6    
3 NEVE1MA03 Foreign Language for the International Economic Relations and the European Union 1 0 4 Cw 3    
3 EUAI0MA06 Current Political Issues and Development Trends in Europe 4 0 E 6    
3 NEAN0MA03 National Politics and Identity in Europe 2 0 E 3 elective (unlimited choice)  
3 DIUL0MA03 Diplomacy in the European Union 2 0 E 3 elective (unlimited choice)  
4 NEVE2MA03 Foreign Language for the International Economic Relations and the European Union 2 0 4 Cw 3    
4 NEEK0MA03 International Security Systems 2 0 E 3    
4 USOK0MA03 Us Studies 2 0 E 3    
4 KOOK0MA03 Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Studies 2 0 E 3    
4 KOAN0MA03 Common Agricultural and Rural Development Policy in the European Union 2 0 E 3 elective (unlimited choice)  
4 MISE0MA03 Analysis of Migration Processes 2 0 E 3 elective (unlimited choice)  
4 PAAN0MA03 Tender Specifications and Procedures in the European Union 0 2 Cw 3 elective (unlimited choice)  
4 DIUM0MA02 Master Thesis Seminar A 0 1 Cw 2    
4 DIAT0MA10 Master of Sciences Thesis 0 0 Cw 10    

The official version of the programme is available here.

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October 2017 - October 2022

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