Faculty of Economics and Business Administration  --  Training Programmes  --  Programmes for Hungarian Students

Programmes for Hungarian students

BA Programmes
  • Commerce and Marketing BA degree programme
  • Business Administration and Management BA degree programme
  • Finances and Accounting BA degree programme

DSC_2772MA Programmes
  • Marketing MA degree programme
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree programme
  • Regional and Enviromental Economic Studies MA degree programme
  • International Economy and Business MA degree programme
  • Public Policy and Management Ma degree programme
  • Finance MA degree programme

The Institute of Business studies has a major role in organizing the Commerce and Marketing BA degree programme, the Business and Management BA degree programme, the Marketing MA degree programme as well as the Master of Business Administration (MBA) MA degree programme.

The Regional and Environmental Economic Studies MA degree programme is organised by the Regional Economic Development Specialised gtk69Group and is offered as a continuation of business development specialization studies with further subjects on regional science.

The Institute of Finance and International Economic Relations has a major role in organizing the Finances and Accounting BA degree programme (focusing on subjects of Corporate Finance, Banking, Security Markets, Public Finance and Accounting), the International Economy and Business MA degree programme (including courses such as International Economics, International Finance, International Strategic Management and Global Marketing) and the Public Policy and Management MA degree programme (including courses such as Financial Politics and Management of Public Finances) and the Finance MA degree programme. Special emphasis is placed on some particular sectoral policies like Educational Economy, Health Economy and the Economy of Municipalities.


PhD programm

Answering theoretical and practical questions related to the operation of the economy has necessitated increasingly complex approaches in the past decades. Exploring the most important socio-economic problems of our times and providing support to meet all challenges require solutions that presuppose the adoption of knowledge acquired in other fields of science.

The science of economics is capable of developing a fruitful relation with numerous peer sciences. During the development of the research and training structure of the PhD programme, the teaching researchers and institute employees of the Faculty strived to find the most important topics related to fields of sciences that could constitute a starting point for providing answers to current economic issues in the centre of general interest.

Due to specialisation and optional classes, students can select the subjects and fields of research (workshops) as the training field of their PhD education that best fit their individual research topics and habits. The PhD School operates the following research workshops.


  1. World Economy and International Finances Research WorkshopDSC_2781
    (led by university professor Dr. Katalin Botos, academic doctor)
  2. World Economy and International Finances Research Workshop
    (led by university professor Dr. Katalin Botos, academic doctor)
  3. Economic Psychology Research Workshop
    (led by university professor Dr. Balázs Hámori)
  4. Economic Mathematics Research Workshop
    (led by university professor Dr. András Krámli, academic doctor)
  5. Regional Economic Development Research Workshop
    (led by university professor Dr. Imre Lengyel, academic doctor)

 

Co-operation in research and educationDSC_0782

Successful steps taken towards disseminating research results of the PhD School and building international relations are essential. Besides hosting internationally renowned guest professors in the past years, the organised involvement of PhD students in foreign training programmes has also started. Experienced researchers regularly help young scholars in preparing their researches for professional periodicals in a suitable quality.

Facts and Figures

In Hungary when successfully accomplishing the three-year postgraduate (PhD) programme the student is allowed to apply for a doctoral degree. By this application they become pre-doctors which infers that they must take a comprehensive examination and prepare their thesis within two years. Before the public discussion of the thesis an internal discussion is compulsory.





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For further information please contact Ildikó Pusztai-Varga, International Relations Co-ordinator
(E-mail: ildiko.pusztai.varga@eco.u-szeged.hu, Phone: : [+36](62)544-287; [+36](70)439-92-17; Fax: [+36](62)544-499


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