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This innovative international program offers students the unique opportunity to undertake study (in English) and research in at least three different countries at our renowned partner institutions, culminating in the award of a multiple degree according to your chosen pathway.

If you are interested in the challenges faced by the states and societies of Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and Eurasia, and their place within the new global order, this two-year program is for you.

Opportunities for placements at external organizations are included under each pathway.

The program is delivered by leading experts in their specialist areas of research. Language tuition is available throughout the program.

The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree is awarded by a consortium comprising the University of Glasgow, Corvinus University of Budapest and other partners from the region.

Corvinus University of Budapest

Contacts

Sándor Gallai PhD, Director of Institute for Political Science

sandor.gallai(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

 

Katalin Farkas Bede PhD

katalin.farkas.bede(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu

Enrollment week

2-6 September 2019

Teaching begins

9 September 2019

Teaching ends

13 December 2019

Exam period

16-23 December 2019 AND 2-24 January 2020

Thesis submission

7 September 2020

Thesis defence

25 September 2020

Modules at Corvinus University

Compulsory modules

Optional modules

You choose the remaining 18 credits from a range of options, for example:

  • Nations, Minorities and Minority Policies in ECE (6 ECTS)
  • Parliaments in East-Central Europe (3 ECTS)
  • Radical Parties in Europe (3 ECTS)
  • and a great variety of social science and regional studies courses offered by the other institutes and departments of the University (see http://corvinus.mobilitymanager.hu/courses/)
  • Hungarian language (4 or 3 ECTS – based on type of course, language of instruction: English)
  • Other language options (e.g. Russian) are also available to a maximum of 6 ECTS (the language of instruction is usually Hungarian)

Note that the two compulsory courses above as well as 7PO10NGV55M Nations, Minorities and Minority Policies in ECE are worth 5 Hungarian credits in the Neptun system, however they count for 6 ECTS credits in the IMCEERES programme. So, 6 credits will appear on your final transcript.

All course descriptions of CUB are available online or through the programme administrator or from the teacher directly. Descriptions available using the following URL: tantargy.uni-corvinus.hu/SUBJECT CODE

 

Please note that some changes may occur in the list of option modules.

ECTS

Course code

Course

10

7POJGVSGDDM

Changing State and Society CE

5

7PO10NGV56M

Contemporary Hungarian Politics

20

7PO10GLAS15

Czech For Social Scientists (Beginners)

3

7NK40NFVB3M

Geopolitics and Geostrategy

20

7POMXHSGDDM

Hungarian for Social Sciences (post intermediate)

3

7IL50NNVD1B

Hungarian Language II. (pre-intermediate level)

10

7PO10GLAS08

Media and Democratisation in CEE and the Former Soviet Union

5

7PO10NGV55M

Nations, Minorities and Minority policies in ECE

10

7POLKESGGDM

New Security

5

7PO10NGV54M

Politics of Transition in East Central Europe

10

7PO10GLAS07

Post-Soviet Russia: Renegotiating Global And Local Identities

10

7PO10GLAS10

Rethinking Central Asian Security

20

7POMYCSGDDM

Russian for Social Scientists (Beginners)

20

7PO10GLAS14

Russian For Social Scientists (Post-Intermediate)

10

7PO10GLAS09

Russian Foreign Policy

10

7POMYCSGD1M

Stalin And Stalinism

20

7POMUYSGDDM

State And Society Under Communism In RCEE

10

7POJJHSGDDM

Statehood and Nationality

5

7PO10NDK43M

Szakszeminárium II. (szakdolgozat)

10

7PO10GLAS12

The Geopolitics of Central Europe

10

7PO10GLAS11

The Global Criminal Economy: White-Collar Crime and Organised Crime

0

7PO10GLAS13

Threats and Security in the Caspian Basin Region

10

7PO10GLAS20

Issues in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies

10

7PO10GLAS21

Research Methods for studying Russia, Eastern Europe and Eurasia

10

7PO10GLAS27

Developments in Czech Society since 1989

10

7PO10GLAS28

Security Strategies

20

7PO10GLAS29

Hungarian for Social Sciences (Beginner)

10

7PO10GLAS30

Literary Translation

20

7PO10GLAS31

Russian For Social Scientists (Intermediate)

10

7PO10GLAS32

Gender and Identity in Russia

Last modified: 2019.02.23.