The goal of this program is to train professional sociologists at the bachelor level. Successful graduates of the program should have a solid grasp of the concepts and principles of sociology and have mastered (at the appropriate level) its methods, and they should be able to identify and interpret social problems meaningfully. Besides the traditional lectures and seminars, the program is based on project-based teaching methods and includes one semester of intensive project work.

This program is recommended to applicants who are interested in understanding the social world: how the roles and norms organize cooperation, why do conflicts emerge and how can they be managed on micro and macro level, how does the new technologies affect our everyday life. The program targets those, who would like to develop their communication, cooperation, and presentation skills. Those wishing to deepen their knowledge in a specific sub-field can choose from our specializations such as data analysis or criminology. Specializations comprise classes within the same field, and their completion grants students an extra certification.

This program enables students to be ready to fill a wide range of entry-level jobs supporting decision-making, requiring the solution of analytical tasks in the public as well as the private sector. They should also have gained adequate knowledge and skills to continue their training in a master's program in sociology or other related subjects anywhere in the world.


  • Social dynamics and networks
  • Comparative social history
  • Micro-sociology and social psychology

Strength of program

Being part of Hungary’s leading science university, the program is one of the oldest of its kind in Hungary. This rich scientific tradition and international embeddedness is the warranty for high-quality education. Our professors are leading experts of their fields in Hungary, while also being internationally recognized for their research. Due to these factors, the students are provided access to the most updated methodological and theoretical tools. We encourage our students to try their knowledge in actual researches and practical applications in order to provide an opportunity of finding personalized career paths. Also, the inclusive student community ensures a warm, welcoming atmosphere for students from all around the world.

Career opportunities

  • Community and youth work
  • Public services
  • Business, marketing
  • Politics, activism and the charity sector

Job examples

  • Community officer, social worker, carer, youth worker, equality and diversity officer.
  • Social and welfare services, public health services, the voluntary sector, criminal justice, probation and prison services, rehabilitation and housing services.
  • Marketing, statistics, research, public relations (PR), recruitment, human resources (HR).

Program taught in:
  • English

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Last updated July 23, 2019
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Sep 2020
3 years
2,400 EUR
Non-EU/EEA students fees/semester: €2400 | EU/EEA students fees/semester: €950. Application fee: €50
Apr 15, 2020
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