PhD Programme in Language Pedagogy

ELTE School of English and American Studies

1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 5. phone:(36-1) 485 52 00 extension 4424 , email: langped@seas3.elte.hu

 

 

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Welcome to the  

 

PhD Programme in Language Pedagogy

 

of Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

 

 

The PhD Programme in Language Pedagogy at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) has a strong research profile, and is aimed at training researchers who will be able to carry out independent, data-based investigations of both a quantitative and qualitative nature, and to publish the results in Hungarian and international journals.

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The aim of this website is to introduce and give an overview of the PhD programme, and to explain our procedures, rules and regulations. We hope that these pages will serve as future reference, as it should answer most questions about the programme. Let us first introduce the programme briefly:

 

 

The PhD Programme in Language Pedagogy (Nyelvpedagógiai Doktori Program) at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) was accredited in 1996 and is administered jointly by the Department of English Language Pedagogy (DELP) (earlier called the Centre for English Teacher Training) and the Department of English Applied Linguistics (DEAL) within the School of English and American Studies. It is a programme within the Doctoral School of Education (Neveléstudományi Doktori Iskola, http://nevelestudomany.phd.elte.hu/). Developed with the financial and academic support of the British Council, the programme is intended to cover a range of research areas within language pedagogy and applied linguistics but its purpose is not to provide language teachers with further education in methodology, although the obtained knowledge will naturally have practical implications. The programme is part-time, but precisely because of this, it is hard work. Nevertheless, it is very rewarding, as our students tell us in their course and programme evaluations.

 

 

The programme operates under the auspices of the Doctoral Committee of the Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology as part of the Doctoral School of Education. All administrative procedures are dealt with by the Doctoral Office.

Contact details are as follows:

» Person in charge of doctoral studies issues (up to and including the absolutorium):

Szabóné Rajnai Márta   szabone.rajnai.marta@ppk.elte.hu

Student information Office, Budapest, 1075 Kazinczy u. 23-27, I. em. 110.

Tel.: 461-4500/3893

For further information on office hours, etc., please go to: https://tanulmanyi.pk.elte.hu/ppk/referatura_elerhetoseg or

https://tanulmanyi.pk.elte.hu/ppk_ti

 

» Person in charge of doctoral procedures (comprehensive exam and defense):

Barna Ildikó barna.ildiko@ppk.elte.hu  or doktori.fokozat@ppk.elte.hu 

ELTE PPK Oktatásszervezési Osztály, (Department for Education Management)

Budapest, 1075 Kazinczy u. 23-27, I. em. 106.

Tel.: 461-4500/3873

For further details concerning the Doctoral office, go to:

https://tanulmanyi.pk.elte.hu/ppk_oi

 

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Founder of the Programme and Honorary Programme Director: Medgyes Péter, DSc, office: 408, phone: +36 1 4855200 ext.: 4424

Programme Director: Károly Krisztina, PhD, office: 408, phone: +36 1 4855200 ext.: 4424

Director of studies: Holló Dorottya, PhD, office: 406, phone: +36 1 4855200 ext.: 4399

The email address of the Programme is: langped@seas3.elte.hu  

 

 

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The SEAS Anti-discrimination statement:

 

The School of English and American Studies of the Faculty of Humanities, Eötvös Loránd University, is fully committed both to promoting freedom of expression and to respecting the rights and dignity of all people regardless of their ethnic or socio-cultural background, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and political or other beliefs. As we consider diversity and respectful communication essential, we expect the same commitment from all the students and staff of the School in their everyday and professional discourse and behaviour.

(accepted by the Institute Council on 4 October 2011)

 

Az ELTE BTK Angol-Amerikai Intézete elkötelezetten támogatja a véleménynyilvánítás szabadságát valamint az emberi jogok és méltóság tiszteletben tartását etnikai és szocio-kulturális háttér, nem, vallás, szexuális irányultság, fogyatékosság, politikai vagy más vélemény szerinti különbségtétel nélkül. Mivel a sokszínűséget és a tiszteletteljes kommunikációt alapvetőnek tartjuk, ugyanezt az elkötelezettséget várjuk el az Intézet valamennyi egyetemi polgárától mindennapi és szakmai megnyilvánulásaikban.

 

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On 16 March, 2013 the School of English and American Studies published the following declaration on its website at http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/portal.html :

Nyilatkozat
Mi, az ELTE BTK Angol–Amerikai Intézetének tanárai és munkatársai teljes szívünkből elítéljük és mélyen felháborítónak tartjuk azt az alantas támadást, amelyet az elmúlt napokban intéztek — fajgyűlöletet szító feliratok elhelyezésével — egyes oktatótársaink és munkatársaink ellen ismeretlen tettesek. Ezt a támadást éppen olyan határozottan elítéljük, mint — ahogy azt már többször kijelentettük és az Intézet antidiszkriminációs nyilatkozatában megfogalmaztuk — magának a megkülönböztetésnek és kirekesztésnek minden formáját.

 

The School of English and American Studies wishes to impart the following declaration, apropos the appearance of anti-Semitic remarks on the doors of some of our colleagues not so long ago.
 

Declaration
The entire body of academic and administrative staff of the School of English and American Studies condemns wholeheartedly and without reservation the obnoxious racist attacks, executed under the cover of anonymity, aimed at some of our colleagues’ personal integrity in the schools of the Faculty. We condemn this attack as categorically as we do all other imaginable forms of discrimination (as worded in the School’s antidiscrimination policy).

 

 

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