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Laszlo Nyusztay

Professore a contratto

Vicepresidenza della Scuola di Scienze Politiche - Forlì

Curriculum vitae

Name: László Nyusztay

Year of birth: 1944

Qualifications: M. Sc. in Economic Sciences, Budapest Karl Marx University of Economics, 1967)

MPhil in Political Science, Budapest, 1982

PhD in International Studies, J. Nehru University, New Delhi, 1993.

C.Sc. in Political Science, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 1994

Present position: Professor, Dy. Head of Department of International and European Studies, (1992-). Head of the M.A. Course of International Studies (2009) at Budapest Business School

Previous positions:

 Various posts in cultural and science diplomacy (Cairo, New Delhi) and part-time university lecturer (1967-92)

 Senior adviser of the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (part time, 1997-2004)

 Minister-Counsellor and Deputy Head of Misson of the Hungarian Embassy in Rome (2004-2007)

Teaching activities: University of Economic (1979-87), College for Foreign Trade/Budapest Business School (1992-). In undergraduate and MA programmes he teaches International Relations Theory, Diplomacy, European Political Integration and, in the English Programme, Political Science and Understanding Central Europe. He was the founder and Director of the BA Course on Economic Diplomacy and International Management as well as one of the managing Professors of the European Study Centre at his College. He is the head of MA Course of International Studies since 2009 and the head of the same MA course at Sapientia Univerrsity Cluj-Napoca, Romania since 2011. Since 2012 he is visiting lecturer of Corvinus University Budapest, too.

Scientific activities: his fields of research are: countries in transition, international institutions and European networks. He took part in a number of international and European research projects. Since 1998, he has been a member of the international network of researchers of Bologna University, Centre for East-Central European and Balkanic Studies (Forli). Has 70 publications including some studies published in India, Italy, Great Britain, Greece, Slovakia and Argentina.

Public activities: member of Society of Hungarian Economists, Hungarian Association of Foreign Affairs, Hungaro-Egyptian Society, Indo-Hungarian Friendship Society. Member of the Scientific Council of BBS. Has entries in the 1992-1993 and 2001-2002 issues of Hungarian Who is Who for his professional activities.

International relations: he has a superior degree in English, Russian and Italian languages. Spent 30 years in political, cultural and scientific diplomacy including three foreign postings of a total of twelve years. In the recent years he participated in a couple of internal and international conferences and delivered lectures at British, Dutch, Luxembourgian, Greek, Spanish, Slovakian, Egyptian and Argentinian universities. Since 1998, he has been Guest-Professor at the University of Bologna, Faculty of Political Science, Forlí, having a course on the transition in Central and Eastern Europe. Since 2004, he teaches an annual course within MIREES on geopolitics, foreign policies and regional cooperation in East-Central Europe.

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