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Central European Studies with specialisation in Hungarian Studies with double curriculum study South East European Studies

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Graduates have language skills in Hungarian at C1–C2 level (CEFR) and theoretical knowledge of the variability of Hungarian, are well versed in Hungarian literature, and are able to integrate their competences and Hungary-related knowledge when critically evaluating information. Graduates are, thus, prepared for careers in commercial as well as non-profit domains.

The graduate is either equipped with knowledge and competencies in practical language corresponding to the SERR standards (language competence C1+) and prepared for work in a multilingual environment or is a specialist in historical and ethnogeographic issues of the Balkans (according to the studied module).