Facing the present needs and requirements of the labour market, we have to realize that many of our older qualifications become outdated and devalued; thus, we need to refresh and upgrade our knowledge and skills so that we can live up to the expectations of a labour market that has become more open and European. The BA program in International Studies gives the chance to achieve all of this.
20th-century history and literature, sociology, political science, film studies, communication and informatics, Hungarian and international constitutional and civil law, human rights, economics, political and economic geography, regional and civilization studies, economic diplomacy and lobbying, history of diplomacy, diplomatic protocol and etiquette, national security, environment protection, the European Union and its projects, international agreements and organizations.
In EU offices, EU project writing and management, interest groups and lobbying, international relations, institutional communication, foreign political analysis, sports diplomacy, ecological policy making, political analysis, company consulting, foreign affairs journalism, decision-making preparation and organizational work in local governments and private businesses, ministries, governmental organizations and public institutions.
In the Parliament, ministries, embassies, the European Parliament (Brussels), the Teleki Fund, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, political parties, local governments, international public funds, NGOs, scientific institutions.
Form of study: full time or part time
Length of program: six semesters
Vocational training: four weeks
EU studies I, EU studies II, sports diplomacy (subject to change)
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