The palette of courses offered by the Institute for Comparative Law and Legal Theory provides a cross-section of the entire legal training. As such, it comprises a variety of compulsory courses to be taken, among which one may find The World of Legal Systems, Basics of Social Sciences, Legal Theory, Sociology of Law, revealing the general operational framework and principles of the Hungarian and foreign legal systems. Besides compulsory ones, the Institute offers a broad spectrum of specialised and practice-oriented courses. Adjusted to the research fields of the Institute staff, these courses are offered to anyone as electives and may also be taken by those participating in the International Legal and Foreign Language Module. Furthermore, the Institute organises training programmes in various foreign languages for graduate and post-graduate students.