In Hungary, the discursive approach to politics is mainly taught at the Institute for Political Sciences, Faculty of Law of the Eötvös Loránd University. Undergraduate students in political science or law can take the course entitled Theories of Political Knowledge. This is an introductory lecture series about political semantics, symbolism, rhetoric and discursive approaches, as well as some of the most significant authors, e. g. Koselleck, Perelman, Edelman or Foucault. The lecturer is Professor Márton SZABÓ. In addition, Gábor PÁL, PhD candidate, holds a related seminar entitled Textual Variations in Politics.

In the spring term of 2005, there were further optional courses dealing with particular topics of political discourse studies (e. g. hate speech, discourses of enmity, national history in political discourse, the politics of time). These courses were led by PhD students (Gábor PÁL and Zoltán Gábor SZŰCS) who work on discursive topics. In the autumn term of 2005, Gábor Pál had a seminar about Political Symbolism at the University of Pécs, and he took part in a seminar on New Directions in Political Science at the Eötvös Loránd University.

In the spring term of 2005, Márton SZABÓ held a lecture series entitled Discursive Approaches to Politics - directions and schools at the Doctoral School in Political Sciences at the Eötvös Loránd University.

There were courses organised at other institutes, such as the College of Social Theory at the Corvinus University, where students themselves invited lecturers for seminars. Gábor PÁL and Zoltán Gábor SZŰCS led such seminars.

The outlines of the courses are available in Hungarian in the attached files.