The Institute for Social & European Studies (ISES), in partnership with the Institute for Global & European Integration (IGES) at Corvinus University of Budapest, welcomes students from around the world to immerse themselves in a highly challenging and re
- Koszeg, Hungary
- Program Type:
- Full Degree
- Degree Level:
- International Relations
- Program Description:
- The Institute for Social & European Studies (ISES) together with Corvinus University of Budapest, offers international multidisciplinary research and educational programmes that provide young academics and thriving professionals with a diverse education in European integration and regional cooperation, international studies and cultural heritage management. Internationally recognized for its high level of academic achievements, ISES was awarded the designation of Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence in June 2010. This award is granted to university-level institutions by the European Commission for top quality research and innovative teaching related to European Integration. ISES is located in a beautiful Sigray palace, the Europe House, in the picturesque medieval city of Koszeg, Hungary.
The Institute for Social & European Studies (ISES), in partnership with the Institute for Global & European Integration (IGES) at Corvinus University of Budapest, welcomes students from around the world to immerse themselves in a highly challenging and rewarding academic experience. Since 2005, the MA International Economic Relations programme at the Institute for Social & European Studies (ISES) has provided students from around the world with the opportunity to obtain theoretical and practical knowledge in the fields of international relations and economics, regional and global studies, political science, sociology, European culture and history.
Upon completion of the MA International Economic Relations programme, students will receive a unique degree that is recognized as being achieved at a Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence institution, supported by Corvinus University of Budapest, one of the highest ranked universities in Central Europe. Obtaining an MA International Economic Relations degree from ISES will be highly advantageous in our current world system of global economics, business and political affairs.
- Setting Description:
- The structure of the MA International Economic Relations programme is unique in that the courses and faculty are not fixed throughout the term. Each week a highly acclaimed member of academia including university professors, EU officials, NGO leaders, development and regional experts, will visit ISES and spend the week lecturing on their topic of expertise. Although lecturers come from a variety of countries, all courses are taught in English. Due to this unique structure, students studying at ISES are given the opportunity to begin in the Fall or Spring semester. In order to graduate, it is required that students spend two semesters on campus for course work, with a third semester spend elsewhere for research and thesis writing. For each semester students will earn 60 ECT Credits, a total of 120 for completion of the two on-campus semesters. Upon successful completion and defense of the MA thesis, students will be awarded an additional 60 ECTS Credits. A total of 120 on-campus credits
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