Faculty members of the Departments of Law and Political Science, Brigham Young University Support CEU

April 19, 2017

In classes we have taught at CEU, we have been impressed with the opportunities Hungarian students have had to interact with students from other cultures and backgrounds. It is a genuine benefit for Hungarian students to study in such a rich international environment, and at the same time, it is an important benefit for Hungary that so many foreign students leave with a permanent appreciation for Hungary and its culture. We are also aware that for many years, BYU (and many other U.S. institutions) have had agreements allowing American students to study at CEU and allowing CEU students to study in the United States. One would be hard-pressed to find a better way to build life-long bridges between cultures.

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