Students successfully completing the program will receive a Master of Arts in Public Policy jointly awarded by the two consortium institutions they attend, as well as a diploma supplement. The MA degree is recognized by the appropriate bodies in Hungary, the Netherlands, Spain, and the UK. In addition, the CEU tracks of the Mundus MAPP program fulfil the same requirements as CEU's Master of Arts degree in Public Policy, registered with the New York State Education Department in the US.
Due to recent legislative changes in Hungary, for information on CEU’s US accredited programs please refer to the Hungarian Legislation FAQ of the CEU website, updating applicants on CEU’s status.
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