The Institute’s 15 full-time staff are dedicated to bringing the methods of social sciences enquiry to bear on such topics as socail innovation, the social situation of ethnic minorities, social stratification, social mobility and poverty in Borsod Abaúj Zemplén county as well as on social and regional development, political actions and movements, political ideologies, etc. Areas of emphasis include sociology of the family, sociology of culture and religion, economic sociology and organizations, migration and development, social inequality, social demography, social values, different life-styles, social innovations, political theories and methods, ideologies, forms of societies, etc.
The Institute offers BA and MA courses as follows (for full-time and part-time students):
- BA in Political Science
- BA in Sociology
- BA in Social Work
- MA in Political Science
- MA in Sociology
- MA in Central European Studies
In addition, we have postgraduate courses as follows::
- Knowledge of Roma society
- Social Management
- Minority and equality consultancy
- Consultancy in intercultural education
CENTRAL EUROPEAN STUDIES MA PROGRAMDescription: This is a new English language MA program started by University of Miskolc from Academic Year 2015/2016. We welcome all students from every country who are interested in the nations of Central European countries, political, social or cultural history of the region, studying in a Central European university, studying in English language. The Central European Studies is a master degree (MA) program including history, cultural anthropology, sociology, political science and linguistics.
Programme name: Central European Studies
Duration: 4 semesters
Keywords: history, cultural anthropology, sociology, political science, linguistics
- Timetable 2018/2019. I. semeter
- Timetable 2018/2019. II. semeter
- Cental European Studies MA program
- FINAL EXAM QUESTIONS
- Terms of reference download here.
- Consultation sheet download here.
- Statement of originality download here.
- Thesis information download here.
- Plagiarism policy download here.
- Pre-Arrival information
- Academic Issues
- Stipendium Hungaricum Programme Operational Regulations
- Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme
- More about our program
- Study program in English - Information Booklet
- Useful downloadable documents
- User guide for students (Neptun)
- Study and Exam Rules
Final Exam Information, 2019. Spring
May 24.10 hrs
Committee Chairman: Csaba Fazekas, Ph.D.
Committee member: Kinga Szabó-Tóth, Ph.D., László Gyapai Ph.D.
Thesis evaluation sheet will be ready May 14th.
contact: Kinga, Szabó-Tóth, Ph.D., vice dean