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Imre Dobák Nemzeti Közszolgálati Egyetem, Nemzetbiztonsági Intézet Budapest Magyarország; National University of Public Service Budapest Hungary

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Összefoglalás. Az egyes országok államigazgatásában sajátos funkcióval rendelkező nemzetbiztonsági szolgálatok fontos szerepet töltenek be a biztonság fenntartásában, a politikai színtéren megszülető döntések információkkal történő támogatásában. Mindez képzett, a biztonságpolitikai és technológiai környezet dinamikus változásait értelmezni és értékelni tudó, a nemzetbiztonsági területen is korszerű ismeretekkel és megfelelő kompetenciákkal rendelkező állományt igényel, amely képzési folyamatában egyre fontosabb szerep hárul a felsőoktatási környezetre. Jelen tanulmány, nemzetközi példák alapján, modelleket felállítva, az egyre inkább felértékelődő nemzetbiztonsági képzési kapcsolatok felsőoktatásban való sajátosságait vizsgálja. Módszerként a témakörben elérhető egyes nemzetközi intézményi és képzési rangsorok, valamint az intézményekről elérhető szakirodalmi források vizsgálata jelent meg.

Summary. National security services, which have a specific role in the administration of the countries, play important role in providing security and supporting decisions in the political arena by information. This requires trained personnel with up-to-date knowledge and competencies in the field of national security, capable of understanding and assessing the dynamic changes in the security and technological environment. In this process, the higher education environment has increasingly important role. Concerning the security-oriented higher education courses, it is difficult to determine whether these can be considered as a form of “national security” higher education or merely as an educational field of defense sphere. Apart from the sectoral specificities, the main difficulty in making a comparison are the extreme diversity in the interpretation of security and its interdisciplinary links. In addition to trainings in the fields of intelligence studies and national security studies, international security, security policy, the military elements of security, and even the technical and cyberspace-related elements of intelligence training, all provide valuable knowledge for the sector. However, the international institutional examples of higher education in the field of national security may be worth examining, as they essentially create a link between the innovative knowledge of the academic world, which is the center of knowledge, and the closed security sector, which is open to relevant knowledge. In line with these ideas, the present paper explores the specificities of the increasingly valorized national security training links in higher education by setting up models based on selected international examples. The used methodology is the examination of the international rankings of training programs available on the subject, as well as of the literature available on institutions.

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    Boda J. (2019) A rendészettudomány helyzete – nemzetközi kitekintés. In: Gaál, Gy., Hautzinger, Z. (szerk.) Gondolatok a rendészettudományról: Írások a Magyar Rendészettudományi Társaság megalapításának tizenötödik évfordulója alkalmából. Budapest, MRTT, pp. 51–61.

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    Bułhak, W., Friis, T. W. (2020) Shaping the European School of Intelligence Studies, The International Journal of Intelligence, Security, and Public Affairs, Vol. 22. No. 3. pp. 139–158. https://doi.org/10.1080/23800992.2020.1839727

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    Dobák I. (2020) A nemzetbiztonság felsőoktatási képzéseinek külföldi modelljei. In: Gaál, Gy., Hautzinger, Z. (szerk.) A hadtudománytól a rendészettudományig – Társadalmi kihívások a nemzeti összetartozás évében. Pécs, MHTT Határőr Szakosztály Pécsi Szakcsoport, pp. 153–159.

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    Gearon, L. (2017) The counter-terrorist campus: Securitisation theory and university securitisation – Three Models, Transformation in Higher Education, Vol 2. a13. https://doi.org/10.4102/the.v2i0.13

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    Gearon, L. (2019) Securitisation theory and the securitised university: Europe and the nascent colonisation of global intellectual capital. Transformation in Higher Education, Vol. 4. a70. https://doi.org/10.4102/the.v4i0.70

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    Gordon, J. S. (2013) National Intelligence University: Certificate of Strategic Warning. Journal of Strategic Security, Vol. 6. No. 3. pp. 128–130.

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    Great Business Schools (2020) 25 Best Business Intelligence Master’s Programs for 2020. https://www.greatbusinessschools.org/best-business-intelligence-masters/ [Letöltve: 2022. 07. 20.]

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    Intelligence College in Europe, Intelligence College in Europe (intelligence-college-europe.org) [Letöltve: 2022. 05. 15.]

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    Marrin, S. (2009) Training and Educating U.S. Intelligence Analysts. International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, Vol. 22. No. 1. pp. 131–146. https://doi.org/10.1080/08850600802486986

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    Pieczywok, A. (2018) Security Education in Dangerous Times, Security and Defence Quarterly, Vol. 21. No. 4. pp. 7–22.

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    Regényi K. M. (2022) Értékelés, elemzés és tájékoztatás a 21. században. In: Dobák I. (szerk.) A nemzetbiztonság a 21. század elején, Szemben a kihívásokkal. Ludovika Kiadó

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    Security Degree Hub (2022) 25 Best Intelligence Analysis Bachelor’s. https://www.securitydegreehub.com/best-intelligence-analysis-degrees/ [Letöltve: 2022. 07. 20.]

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    Spracher, W. C. (2009) National Security Intelligence Professional Education: A Map of U.S. Civilian University Programs and Competencies. (Dissertation, George Washington University) https://scholarspace.library.gwu.edu/etd/fn106z052

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    The Guardian (2022) The best UK universities 2022 – rankings https://www.theguardian.com/education/ng-interactive/2021/sep/11/the-best-uk-universities-2022-rankings

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    Top Ranking Bachelor Degree Program In Intelligence Studies, CJ US JOBS https://cjusjobs.com/top-ranking-bachelor-degree-program-in-intelligence-studies/ [Letöltve: 2022. 05. 20.]

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    Welken, M. (2008) Educating National Security Leaders for Working in the Interagency Process. In: Marcella, G.: Affairs of State. Strategic Studies Institute, US Army War College

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    https://academy.ieis.eu/ [Letöltve: 2022. 06. 24.]

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    https://www.hsbund.de/ [Letöltve: 2022. 06. 24.]

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    https://www.verfassungsschutz.de [Letöltve: 2022. 06. 24.]

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    https://courses.aber.ac.uk/postgraduate/war-intelligence/#careers [Letöltve: 2022. 07. 25.]

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    https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/postgraduate-taught/courses/intelligence-and-international-security-ma [Letöltve: 2022. 07. 20.]

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    https://www.brunel.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/intelligence-and-security-studies-ma [Letöltve: 2022. 07. 20.]

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    https://www.salford.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/intelligence-and-security-studies [Letöltve: 2022. 07. 20.]

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    https://www.buckingham.ac.uk/study-security-and-intelligence/ [Letöltve: 2022. 07. 20.]

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    https://universitybusiness.co.uk/finance-legal-hr/top-10-scholarships-for-school-leavers-heading-to-university/ [Letöltve: 2022. 07. 20.]

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    https://www.mastersportal.com [Letöltve: 2022. 07. 20.]

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    http://www.bachelorsportal.com [Letöltve: 2022. 07. 20.]

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  • Tamás NÉMETH 
    (Institute for Soil Sciences and Agricultural Chemistry, Centre for Agricultural Research
    Budapest, Hungary)

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  • István SABJANICS (Ministry of Interior, Budapest, Hungary)

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