The MCC Center for Geopolitics studies and analyzes the geopolitical problems of the global system in order to better understand the development of contemporary international relations based on Hungarian national interests. The Center for Geopolitics is one of four centers under the Mathias Corvinus Collegium's School of International Relations. One of the main goals of the Center is to participate in the development of independent Hungarian strategic thinking through the following activities:
- organizing geopolitical courses, conferences and seminars;
- conducting geopolitical research;
- providing geopolitical expertise in the form of reports or analyses;
- publish scientific and research work in the field of geopolitics; and
- training of young experts who, with their theoretical and practical knowledge of the international system, the international political and economic context, can prepare and present issues of foreign policy and security policy analyses, as well as scientific publications, and who are able to identify relevant Hungarian foreign policy, national policy and security policy interests.
The number of permanently employed teachers and researchers of the Center is four, in addition, two more researchers in doctoral training and one junior researcher support the scientific and organizational activities of the Center.