Exchange Program

Budapest, Hungary

D'Youville College and Balassi Bálint Institute for Hungarian Studies (BBI) have formed a special agreement for International Business and Global Studies majors that provides a unique program allowing you to earn a full year's college credit while immersing you in a cultural experience that will enrich your life.

Courses

Mandatory Courses

  • Hungarian Language
  • History of Hungarian Literature
  • Canonical Works of Hungarian Literary History
  • Basics of Hungarian History
  • Physical Geography and Economy of Hungary
  • Hungarian Society Today

Mandatory-Optional Courses (at least 2 in the second semester)

  • Contemporary Literature
  • Interpretation Possibilities and Methodology of Historical Texts
  • History and Present of Hungarology

Optional Courses

  • Linguistic Communications
  • Theater Studies
  • Hungarian Literature in Central European Context

Mandatory Courses

  • Hungarian Language (2 semesters)
  • Overview of the History of Hungarian Literature
  • Canonical Works of Hungarian Literary History
  • Basics of Hungarian History
  • Physical Geography and Economy of Hungary
  • Hungarian Society Today: Political, Sociological and Ethnical Problems
  • Introduction to Hungarian Art History

Mandatory-Optional Courses (at least 2)

  • Contemporary Literature and Literary Criticism
  • Interpretation Possibilities and Methodology of Historical Texts
  • History of Hungary in the 20th Century
  • Political Processes of Hungary after the Transformation

Optional Courses

  • Introduction to Hungarian Music History
  • Theater Studies
  • Hungarian Literature in Central European Context

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Contact Us

International Admissions
Ronald Dannecker
Director, International Admissions
Phone: (716) 829-7600 or
Toll-free: (800) 777-3921

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  • Locations

    See the world as a D'Youville student! We offer study-abroad and exchange programs in 11 countries.
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  • Scholarships

    Learn about the many scholarships offered for students who study abroad.
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  • Our Students

    "Living in London, taking interesting classes and traveling in Europe really changed me as a person."
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  • Our Alumni

    "By studying history, I know the past ways that countries interacted and by studying Global Studies, I can predict the future interactions of countries."
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