CEU Offers More Than a Dozen Courses Related to Migration

CEU offers more than a dozen graduate courses in seven different departments that address the issue of migration and refugees, directly or indirectly, this academic year. Most of these are courses that were developed before the onset of the current influx of refugees into Europe. Now these courses, as well as our faculty expertise and the opportunities that offers for students to learn about the origins and possible solutions to the crisis, are more relevant than ever before. See the chart below for more information.

Department

Title

Professor

Term

School of Public Policy

Migration Policies and Politics

Luicy Pedroza

Winter

The Aleppo Project part I & II

Robert Templer

Fall and Winter

Migration Policy in a European Context

Rainer Münz

Spring

History

Mass Atrocities in the Fog of War. Perpetration and Prosecution in the 20th Century

Vladimir Petrovic

A lecture within the Fall term course - December 3 or 4

Economics

Labor Economics and Policy

Gabor Kezdi, John Earle

Winter

Advanced Labor Economics 1-2

Almos Telegdy, John Earle

Winter

International Relations

Diaspora Politics and Transnational Terrorism

Mate Nikola Tokic

Fall

International and European Refugee Law

Boldizsar Nagy

Winter

Sociology

Debates on Globalization and Development

Don Kalb

Fall

Transnational Migration

Ayse Caglar

Winter

Legal Studies

Asylum, Refugees

Boldizsar Nagy

Fall

Human Rights of Aliens

Steinorth Charlotte

Fall

Peoples’ Rights, Indigenous Peoples' Rights and Minority Rights in International Law

Boldizsar Nagy, Istvan Pogany

Winter

Nationalism

External and Internal Determinants of the Recent Global Migration to Europe

Antal Örkény

Fall