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ERASMUS Students
Centre for International Relations










Faculty of Humanities

Dr. Mihály Mózes
Dean
Tel: 36/520-477
Fax: 36/520-489
E-mail: mozesm@ektf.hu

Undergraduate programs

English Language and Literature B.A.
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In addition to oral and written proficiency of the target language meeting shared European standards graduates of this program will be familiar with the most important aspects of British and American literature and culture, will develop adequate theoretical and practical foundations to address societal issues while creatively applying the earned theoretical and practical knowledge and translating non-professional texts with general appeal. Furthermore, graduates will develop a sufficient theoretical foundation to continue their studies in second cycle M.A. programs.


Electronic Imaging  B.A.
The aim of the program is to develop experts thoroughly familiar with the theoretical and practical aspects of Electronic Imaging and capable of a versatile, creative, inter and multidisciplinary application and dissemination of the practical and theoretical aspects of the subject matter in addition to fulfilling management and organisation-related tasks in the European Cultural Area. Furthermore, graduates will develop a sufficient theoretical foundation to continue their studies in second cycle M.A. programs.

Music B.A.
The aim of the program is to develop experts thoroughly familiar with the practical and theoretical aspects of music and that of the cultural and artistic institution system, whose sophisticated musical knowledge, acquired taste, and creative decision-making capability enable them to work in the musical, cultural, and artistic institutions of the European Cultural Area. During the training process participants will earn adequate knowledge of the musical activities of Hungary and that of Europe, in addition to developing the theoretical foundations of continuing their studies in the second cycle M.A. programs.

German studies (German language and literature specialisation) B.A.
In addition to oral and written proficiency of the target language meeting shared European standards graduates of this program will be familiar with the most important aspects of German literature, culture, and history, will develop adequate theoretical and practical foundations to fulfil management and operational level tasks in tourism, business, written and electronic media, general culture, and public administration while translating non-professional texts with general appeal. Furthermore, graduates will develop a sufficient theoretical foundation for continuing their studies in second cycle M.A. programs.

Graphic Imaging  B.A.
The training process will facilitate the development of experts thoroughly familiar with the practical and theoretical aspects of traditional and contemporary, or experimental graphic imaging and image formation. Graduates will develop a sound scholarly perspective enabling them to successfully navigate in the current image-dominated visual world with special emphasis on the popular and artistic manifestations of image formation. Moreover, they will develop a sufficient theoretical foundation for continuing their studies in second cycle M.A. programs.

Hungarian Language and Literature B.A.
The program will provide comprehensive and reliable knowledge concerning Hungarian and universal literature, along with historically and sociologically changing forms and development characteristics of the Hungarian language and language use in general. Students will be familiarised with the basic theoretical and practical procedures required for the interpretation and scientific processing of linguistic and literary phenomena in addition to examining the linguistic and literary aspects of oral and written communication. Furthermore, graduates will develop a sufficient theoretical foundation for continuing their studies in second cycle M.A. programs.

Plastic Imaging B.A.
The aim of the program is to train experts capable of creatively interpreting the aesthetic and visual problems occurring in three-dimensional space in addition to successfully meeting the theoretical and practical challenges emerging in visual culture, especially in plastic imaging while developing a familiarity with the required materials and equipment along with that of the traditional and modern methodology. Furthermore, graduates will develop an adequate theoretical foundation enabling them to continue their studies in second cycle M.A. programs.

Roman Languages (French language and literature specialisation) B.A.
Besides oral and written proficiency of the target language graduates of this program will be familiar with the most important aspects of French literature, history, and culture, the political institutions and economy of France and will develop adequate theoretical and practical foundations to perform operation level tasks in educational institutions and the business sphere while creatively applying the earned theoretical and practical knowledge. Furthermore, the acquired theoretical knowledge will enable graduates to continue their studies in second cycle M.A. programs.

Liberal Arts or Humanities B.A.
The aim of the program is to train experts thoroughly familiar with the basic factors defining and impacting human culture and capable of analysing the attendant impact mechanisms. Having acquired a basic knowledge of philosophy, aesthetics, ethics, arts, communication, and religion graduates will not only become knowledgeable of the foundations of classic and modern culture, but via acquiring the respective discipline-related methodological and content-based conceptual apparatus they will develop critical sensitivity. Furthermore, the acquired theoretical knowledge will enable graduates to continue their studies in second cycle M.A. programs.

History B.A.
Having acquired a comprehensive knowledge of the subject matter via the examination of the major periods of Hungarian and world history, graduates will be capable of a comprehensive interpretation and analysis of the most important economic, social, political, ideological, and cultural developments along with developing an adequate theoretical foundation for continuing their studies in second cycle M.A. programs.

History (M.A., supplementary level)
The aim of the supplementary program is to train teachers and scholars of history whose methodological and content-based background meets the requirements of the public education sphere and are capable of renewing and expanding their respective knowledge either individually or within an institutional framework. 

Special in-service programs

 Human studies, ethics, and religious studies
Dance and drama pedagogy

Post-graduate programs in preparation for special examination in education