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Short-term programs in English


English brochure of the ELTE Faculty of Humanities 2012

If you cannot spend a full semester on exchange but would still like to experience studying in the central part of Europe, an intensive short-term study program could be a great option for you. These programs take place during the study periods both in the Fall and the Spring Semesters. Obtaining credit for your certificate is a requirement of each program.  Program offerings change periodically, so we will provide updates on available programs each semester.

The Faculty of Humanities of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE BTK) invites international students to apply to its tuition-based foreign-language short-term programs for the academic year 2012/2013, within an ECTS-compatible credit system, beginning on 28 Sepember 2012, Fall Semester) and in February 2012 (Fall Semester).


Additional short-term programs are approved and announced on a regular basis. Keep checking our website or enquire with our enthusiastic International Student Office team about further details by sending an e-mail to international@btk.elte.hu.

Duration of studies and number of credits: 1 or 2 semesters, 30 credits

Tuition fee: 950 € (both for EU and non-EU citizens)

Upon completing the program students will receive a transcript of their studies signed by the Dean of the Faculty (with an English seal). The credits obtained during the course may be incorporated into future university studies.

In order to apply for any of the short-term courses, you will need to hold a BA degree in a field that is related to the program you would like to attend.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Application materials checklist:


  • a scanned copy (in colour) of your passport's biodata page (in pdf format);
  • a fully completed (typed or handwritten legibly) Short-Term Application Form (downloadable from Application Forms)
Save a copy of the Application Form under your name, type in all the requested information and send it to the above e-mail address as a Word document (.doc or .docx). Note that you will have to sign the document in person following your arrival in Hungary.

  • a Curriculum Vitae in English or in the target language (in Word format with one low resolution photo). Follow the instructions as indicated in the Europass template here.
  • an official, authenticated copy of completed BA (Bachelor of Arts) OR BSc (Bachelor of Sciences) degree you hold in certified English translation (scanned, in pdf format)
  • proof of language knowledge (scanned, in pdf format).
Please note that no additional documents are required by the International Student Office. We therefore kindly ask you to send us ONLY the materials indicated above.

Language requirements: a certificate stating that the applicant can read, write, speak and understand English or the language of tuition at an advanced level.

Process of selection:

1. Once you have duly applied for the program of your choice, your application will be evaluated by the program leaders.

2. Applicants will immediately (within 72 working hours) receive an e-mail of acknowledgment, confirming that their application materials have been duly received.

3. Once your documents have been considered in the selection process, a Letter of Acceptance or a Letter of Refusal will be sent out to your postal address as a registered air mail / priority letter shortly afterwards (within 30 days). A scanned copy of this letter will also be forwarded to you electronically.

After you have received your Letter of Acceptance, further notification will be sent to you electronically on the following:


  • settling payment (transferring the tuition fee)  
  • further instructions on documentation (if appropriate)  
  • the date when the courses start
  • accommodation possibilities (not yet arranged by the univerisity)  general information on Budapest and Hungary
  • mentoring service for new students and orienting students in the first week of their stay in Budapest (walking around the city, going to the cinema and museums, bringing a bike on Margarget Island, and other fun and useful activities).
Further inquiries should be addressed to international@btk.elte.hu.


The Faculty of Humanities of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE BTK) invites international students to apply to its tuition-based English-language short-term programs for the academic year 2011/2012, within an ECTS-compatible credit system, beginning on 26 September 2011, and on 13 February 2012, respectively.

Note that additional short-term programs will soon be approved and announced for international students. Keep checking our website or enquire with our enthusiastic International Office team about further details by sending an e-mail to international@btk.elte.hu.

Deadline for applications (Fall Semsester 2012/2013): 

20 August 2012 (Monday)


The Faculty of Humanities currently offers the following courses:

Language and Mind (NEW)

The World Outside Europe at the Turn of the Millennium (NEW)
Nationalism Studies (NEW) 
Cultural Diplomacy: Central Europe and the English-speaking world
Nationalism Studies Course Descriptions (NEW)
Contextualising East-Central Europe: Hungary's Cultural Identity (NEW)
Drama and the Theatre from a European perspective (NEW)
Cold War Studies


Duration of studies and number of credits: 1 semester, 30 credits.
Tuition fee: 950 € (both for EU and non-EU citizens)

Upon completing the program students will get a transcript of their studies signed by the Dean of the Faculty (with an English seal); the credits obtained may be incorporated into future university studies.

Further inquiries should be addressed to international@btk.elte.hu.



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