Course catalogue for incoming Erasmus students

Course catalogue for incoming Erasmus students

COVID situation

 
Dear Incoming Students!
 
Due to the worsening epidemiological situation, the Hungarian Government has enacted restrictive measures in effect (Government Decree no. 484/2020. (XI. 10.)), according to which higher education can be conducted exclusively online. Until contrary provisions, the University goes from hybrid education ordered earlier for the first semester of the Academic Year 2020/21 to distance education.
The preparation for the 2020/2021 Spring Semester must be conducted based on the regulations of hybrid education, taking into account that the curriculum will probably be delivered and cultivated in a completely online educational form in the first half of the semester.
This means: all courses will start probably completely online and those courses which are indicated "present" in the course lists may turn present (or both present and online) as soon as the Hungarian Government's decission will allow it.
We recommend you consider your mobility semester on the basis of the revised course catalogues and the current COVID situation.
When making your decision do bear in mind, there is every chance that some of our schools will only launch online classes or present classes will turn online.
 
Incoming Erasmus students should choose courses from these lists and from the relevant institute/department they are nomintated to. If you wish to register for courses offered by an other institute/department please always consult the  academic (institutional/departmental) coordinators before (see list below).
You will already be aware that our agreements are specific to the subject areas in which they are set up and are based upon the specific request of individual disciplines. Students must discuss their programme of study with the academic coordinators concerned in order for them to see if the study programme of their preference can be duly executed.

Institute of Ancient and Classical Studies

Institute of Archaeology

2020/21/2

Institute of Art History

Institute of Arts Communication and Music

2020/21/1
In cooperation with the Institute of Slavonic and Baltic Studies.

Institute of East Asian Studies

Chinese Studies

School of English and American Studies

2020/21/2
2020/21/1
2019/20/2

Institute of Ethnography and Folklore

Institute of Germanic Studies

Institute of Historical Studies

Institute of Hungarian Literature and Cultural Studies

Institute of Hungarian Linguistics and Finno-Ugric Studies

2020/21/2

Finno-Ugric Studies

Hungarian Linguistics / Applied Linguistics and Phonetics / Historical Linguistics, Sociolinguistics and Dialectology

2020/21/1

Finno-Ugric Studies

Hungarian Linguistics / Applied Linguistics and Phonetics / Historical Linguistics, Sociolinguistics and Dialectology

2019/20/2

Hungarian Linguistics / Applied Linguistics and Phonetics / Historical Linguistics, Sociolinguistics and Dialectology

Finno-Ugric Studies


Institute of Language Mediation

Translation and Interpreting

 
2020/21/2
 
2020/21/1
 
2019/20/2

Hungarian as a Foreign Language

 
2020/21/1
 
2019/20/2

Institute of Library and Information Science

Institute of Oriental Studies

Indology

 
2020/21/2

Iranian Studies

 
2020/21/2
 
2020/21/1

Turkic Studies

 
2020/21/1

Institute of Philosophy

General Philosophy

 
2020/21/2
 
2020/21/1
 
2019/20/1

Logic and Theory of Science

 
2020/21/1
 
2019/20/2

Institute of Romance Studies

French Studies

 
2020/21/2
 
2020/21/1

Portuguese Studies

 
2020/21/1
 
2019/20/2

Romanian Studies

 
2020/21/2
 
2020/21/1
 
2019/20/2

Spanish Studies

 
2020/21/2
 
2020/21/1
 
2019/20/2

Italian Studies

 
2020/21/2
 
2020/21/1
 
2019/20/2

Institute of Slavonic and Baltic Studies

2020/21/2

COURSE LIST

Polish Studies

 
2020/21/1
 
2019/20/2

Bulgarian Studies

 
2019/20/2

Croatian Studies

 
2019/20/2

Czech Studies

 
2019/20/2

Serbian Studies

 
2019/20/2

Slovakian Studies

 
2019/20/2

Slovenian Studies

 
2019/20/2

Ukrainian Studies

 
2019/20/2

Russian Studies

 
2019/20/2

Institute for the Theory of Art and Media Studies