Accepted with the complete credit value: the applied economics undergraduate programme.
May be primarily considered with the completion of the creditsdefined: from the economic sciencesfield, the Human Resources, Economics and Management, International Economics,Finance and Accounting, from the social sciences field, International Studies,Political Science, Social Work, Sociology, from the legal field, LabourRelations and Social Security, from the political science field, AdministrationManager, International Administration, Public Administration Manager, and fromthe healthcare field, Health Care Manager undergraduate degrees.
May also be considered with the completion of the creditsdefined: undergraduate and Master’scourses and courses as defined as per Act LXXX of 1993 on higher education thatare accepted by the higher education institution’s credit transfer committeebased on a comparison of the studies that serve as the basis of the credits.
For entering the Master’s programme, a minimum of 60 credits isnecessary from the following subject areas:
The prerequisite of admittance into the Master’s programme is forthe student to have at least 30 credits in the listed area based on his/herprevious studies. Missing credits must be attained in the Master’s programme asdefined in the higher education institution’s Study and Exam Regulations.
The objective of the programme is the training of economists who,with their attained economic science, social science, management, legal,methodological, and specialised theoretical and practical knowledge, arecapable of professionally performing analytic, planning, coordination, andmanagement tasks in the state-run and non state-run institutions of the publicsector, in non-profit organisations, in central and local governments, inHungarian and international (European Union) organisations that initiate, form,and realise sectorwide public policies and in meaningful participation in anyphase of public projects. They are prepared to continue their training at thePhD level.
The scientific fields and areas that the training is based onare:
Specialist knowledge attained in the specialist fields ofpublic policy and analysis, the management and organisational tasks of publicorganisations, and sectoral policy expertise, considering optionalspecialisations. The credit ratio of specialisation in the training,recommended by the training institution, is 15-25 credits.
To obtain a master’s degree, the student must have at least oneintermediate “B2” complex type state-recognized English languageexamination, or a intermediate “B2” complex type language examination inanother living foreign language accepted by the relevant field of study, or astate recognized upper level (C1) complex type general foreign languageexamination or an equivalent high school graduation certificate or diploma isrequired).
International Karl Polanyi Society, at The Institutefor Multi-Level Governance and Development, WU Vienna