How to apply?

Application deadline for self-financing applicants who are citizens of countries outside the EU/EEA: May 1, 2019 (23:59, Central European Time)

Application deadline for self-financing applicants from EU/EEA countries: August 30, 2019 (23:59, Central European Time)

Read more about application deadlines here.

Admission requirements

Minimum three-year BA degree in any field of humanities, in management studies, architecture, natural or cultural heritage related subjects.

For general information on the Admissions please visit here.

Additional documents:

You may apply to two departments simultaneously and to any number of degree programs within each department.

Financial aid:

CEU offers a range of Financial Aid packages supporting the majority of our students during their studies. The main types of CEU Financial Aid include:

Students who are interested in applying for CEU Financial Aid must complete the Financial Aid section of the CEU online application form, indicating the type of Financial Aid desired.

Application for admission with financial aid to our master's programs is made in two stages. First, an application for admission to the MA program must be completed before the deadline for master's students seeking financial aid. Based on an assessment of academic merit, applicants are then either accepted to a program, placed on the waiting list, or rejected. Second, those applicants who are either accepted or placed on the waiting list can then apply for financial aid. Applications for financial aid will be considered on the basis of a combination of academic merit and financial need. Applications for admission to our master's programs by self-funding students continue to be accepted after the deadline for master's students seeking financial aid.

For additional information, please check CEU’s Admissions pages, including the pages Funding and FeesFinancial Aid for Admitted StudentsCEU Master’s Scholarships and CEU Master’s Tuition Awards.

Who can apply?

The program expects graduates from a variety of fields related to cultural heritage, such as history, art history and management, archaeology, ethnography, anthropology, architecture, landscape design, monument protection, environmental science, and management studies.

Educational objectives and career perspectives

Cultural Heritage Studies and Policy is also open as a research focus group for students of the 1 year and 2 year MA programs in Medieval Studies.

CEU today and tomorrow

Find out here how recent changes to Hungary’s higher education legislation may affect future CEU students. In all circumstances, you can apply to CEU with confidence and look forward to studying for a master’s or doctoral degree in a welcoming and world-class academic community!

 

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