The “ISES” Perspective
Education in an ISES programme does not simply emphasize technical training, but prepares you to engage in critical analyses of the structural transformations that our political, social, and economic institutions are undergoing in this period of seemingly chaotic globalization.
We are less interested in emphasizing the learning of so-called ”factoids”, than in helping students to understand from a globally contextualized perspective the challenges that Europe and other regions face. This means that ISES provides a robust sociologically informed and historical emphasis on economics, politics, and culture so that the continuing transformation of our world can be understood with greater clarity.
The ”ISES perspective” therefore prepares you in a more fundamental manner to work in a variety of institutional structures in dynamic and changing societies throughout the world.
Understanding, analyzing, and managing structural transformation in rapidly changing societies where unpredictability and crisis have become the norm, provides students with the foundation for successful engagement in international organizations, governments, NGOs, or the corporate sector.
Scholarships may be available for students from certain countries.
For more information, please write to Dr. Jody Jensen, Academic Director, at email@example.com
Application deadlines extended: September 15, 2011
MA International Economic Relations with a Special Focus on European Integration Studies
Postgraduate Programme in Cultural Heritage Management & Sustainable Development
For more information, please visit www.ises.hu
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