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MA Program in International Studies

University of Pannonia Kőszeg Campus

 

Venue: Kőszeg – Hungary
Period: 4 semesters
Application deadline: June 15 2016
The language of the program: English
Form of study: full-time study
Enrolment fee: 900 €/semester
Awarded degree: MA in International Studies

Brief description: The University of Pannonia (UP) in Veszprém offers study programs in several areas: engineering, natural sciences, agriculture, information technology, business and economics, humanities, social sciences and pedagogy. The Faculty of Modern Philology and Social Sciences introduced new BA and MA programs following the adoption of Bologna-system in European higher education starting in 2005. In 2016 with the cooperation of ISES, UP launches a new master’s program in International Studies at the new university campus in Kőszeg.


The Institute encourages and conducts research that integrates theoretical and practical studies, responds rapidly to changing social and economic conditions, and contributes at a high level to international political, social, economic and cultural life. Internationally recognized for its top quality research by the European Commission, ISES was designated a Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence in 2010 and awarded a UNESCO Chair in Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development in 2012. The Centre for Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies established in 2014 promotes socially relevant research in the humanities and social sciences. The Institute thus is continuously expanding with its core faculty and affiliated researchers into a leading European think tank and research centre, providing a home for the minds of the future to grow.

Academic objectives

Students who graduate from the International Studies master program will make the diplomats, politicians and social scientists of the future. Based on their knowledge of international economics, politics, law and history, graduates will be capable of understanding, predicting and influencing international and European processes of geopolitical change (i.e. the European integration). Utilizing the knowledge and skills acquired out students may find employment in public administration, in state and local governments, at polling organizations and in the media. Their skills and expertise will also enable our graduates to manage the business relations of large multinational companies and help domestic and foreign organizations navigate the complexities of an increasingly challenging world.

 

Core modules in the MA program:

  • History of European Integration
  • International Migration, Minorities and Autonomies in Europe
  • Sociology
  • Globalisation and Global Economy
  • International Law
  • Philosophy
  • Sociology of Economics and Politics
  • Sociology of Art and Religion
  • International Relations

How to apply to the MA

 

Eligibility

For the MA in International Studies program we expect applications from students already in possession of a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies or in other social sciences who are interested in current political, economic and social issues. The special geopolitical focus of the training are the European Union, and Central and Eastern Europe. Students are required advanced knowledge of English.

Basic requirements for application to the program:
1. Completed bachelor's degree prior to enrolling;
2. Advanced level English language certificate (TOEFL 79-80 iBT/213 CBT/550 PBT points, Cambridge Advanced Certificate, IELTS min. 6.0 overall band.) or any other relevant English language diplomas;
3. A fully completed application package.

 

Application Procedure

The completed form, along with the required documents, should be sent to Kőszeg Campus by 15th of June for the fall semester via e-mail to admission@pek.uni-pannon.hu.

Application package:

  • Application Form
  • CV (indicating what you have studied, your professional interests and activities)
  • Copies of university diplomas (original copy and translation)
  • Transcript of grades from your university (original copy and translation)
  • Please attach English language certificates if available, or any other evidence of your English knowledge
  • 2 letters of recommendation from university teachers signed and sealed
  • Motivation letter
  • Passport Photo

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Information & contacts


For more information please contact us at veronika.raposa@pek.uni-pannon.hu.

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