Programme summary


The programme starts with a 2 semesters long preparatory programme for international students in order to gain relevant skills in Hungarian to be able to start their bachelor’s degree studies in Hungary.

The programme’s objective is training experts who contribute efficiently the operation of  public education system and educational services.

Employment prospect

With the degree acquired at our Department you will become employable as an educational specialist, educational coordinator, pedagogical assistant, human assistant, project manager, learning facilitator in any pedagogical, educational or cultural institution. The degree you receive at our Department makes you employable in the public education sector as well as a pedagogical assistant.


Name of qualificationEducationalist
Programme duration8 semesters
Level of qualificationBA
Programme languageHungarian
Tuition fee


Preparatory programme

2 semesters

EUR 2000/semester

Pedagogy BA

6 semesters

EUR 2500/semester



Admission requirementsSecondary school certificate, Completed Preparatory Course or Hungarian language skills
Next course startsTo be announced
Application deadlineApplication is open
Online applicationApplication information


Programme description

Our Bachelor programme prepares educationalists, who are dedicated to helping schools, teachers, students, and other actors with the purpose of making a difference in education. Driven by a strong commitment to democracy, diversity, social justice, and solidarity, our BA programme is designed to facilitate students’ active engagement with current educational and social problems. We strive to support our students’ engagement with a solid and interdisciplinary framework, which contains courses such as history of education, philosophy of education, sociology of education, education policy, educational economics, pedagogical psychology, social pedagogy, etc. Beyond the individual development and special mentoring of the students, our Department puts great emphasis also on involving each into the life of the Wesley community. Becoming a citizen of the College and the Department of Education means 

  • gaining insight into and taking an active part in the research and development projects, professional-public programs of the Department,
  • getting involved in the daily life of the campus, which consists not only of academic praxis, but of activism, mutual aid, and cooperation as well,
  • experiencing attention and support with special regards to the themes and topics you decide to study in more depth.

It is especially important for us to create an inclusive and supportive environment for all our students, and especially for those exposed to difficult social and economical conditions either because growing up in marginalized areas, living with disabilities, or having a young child alone. We try to provide support by means of additional services (dormitory, childcare, accessibility), scholarships and reduced tuition.


Course title

ECTS credits



Education and society on the border of Eastern and Western Europe – the case of Hungary3Dr. Prof. Péter Tibor Nagyexam
The Hungarian education system
3Dr. Prof. Péter Lukácsexam
The psychology of social inequalities
4Dr. Ferenc Hainexam
Segregation and discrimination in education
4Dr. Julia Minkexam
Shadow education for the poor and the rich
4Dr. Zsuzsanna Hanna Birópractical grade
The role of career guidance in overcoming social inequalities
4Dr. habil. Bors Borbély-Peczepractical grade
International perspectives on inclusive education
4Nikolett Rékasipractical grade
Multicultural education
4Dr. Éva Thunpractical grade
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