Aim of the programme
The programme provides students with knowledge about intercultural issues, multi/interculturalism, and social integration. It applies a multidisciplinary approach, which includes psychology, education, sociology and anthropology. It is both theory-based and practice oriented.Courses are based on latest research, and students are given opportunities to test and apply their theoretical knowledge in practical situations. At the end of the programme you will be able to understand and effectively work with culturally diverse populations in different institutions and in different settings.
- Culture: Definitions and Dimensions
- Multiculturalism and Criticism of Multicultural Theories
- Minority and Majority Identity
- Minorities in Society
- Human Rights and Minority Rights
- Prejudices and Ideologies
- Globalization and Migration
- Diversity, Social Inequalities and Equity in Education
- Qualitative and Quantitative Methods
- Culture and Thinking
Why ELTE PPK?
Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) is one of the most prestigious top-ranked universities operating continuously since 1635 being the alma mater of five Nobel laureates and leading figures in technology, public policy, and culture in Hungary.
Studying at ELTE PPK means high quality education at the leading research university in Budapest. Our motto is “Everything that is human” so if you are interested in deeper knowledge focusing on various aspects of human life – in the fields of psychology and education – we are happy to support your personal goals, from BA to PhD.
How to apply?
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