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Beginning in Autumn Semester of 2021, Pázmány Péter Catholic University will offer a Bachelor’s degree in History, taught in English. This three-year program provides students with a sound foundation in aspects of the discipline of history, which prepares student for fields related to studying past or continuing on to more advanced graduate work. Designed by top scholars from both sides of the Atlantic, the program offers a dynamic curriculum preparing students to understand narrative of the past, and engage with documentary sources, and historiography. While the program offers a strong foundation in the narratives of Europe and the Americas, it also the role of global, connected, transnational, and comparative in reading the past. The program is strong in the Middle East, Mediterranean, Black Sea and Caucasus regions, and currently offers specialization on Armenian Studies; Eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea Studies.

All applicants will take part in an entrance exam prior to acceptance to the programme.
The oral interview measures general aptitude, foreign language skills, sufficient background knowledge and student’s motivation.

Mr Tamás Hógenburg
head of international office

Programme structure

In each year of your degree you will take a number of courses, adding up to a total of 180 credits for the three-year program.
This includes a strong foundation in the study of core skills and time periods (120 credits), and a module focusing on a specific subject (60 credits of specialization).

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