Here you'll find useful information regarding CEU’s campus buildings and facilities in Vienna and Budapest.
Quellenstraße 51-55, 1100 Vienna, Austria
How to get here
From the railway station (Hauptbahnghof Wien): U1 (subway) to Reumannplatz (direction Oberlaa, 2 stops), then Tram 6 to Schrankenberggasse (direction Kaiserebersdorf/Zinnergasse, 2 stops)
The Reception/Front Desk is located in the entrance hall.
It can be reached on +43 1 25230 7111 during opening hours: 08:00am - 7:00 pm on weekdays and weekends.
All visitors accessing 'non-public' areas of campus must carry a visitors' pass at all times. COVID 19 measures must be followed at all times while on campus.
Security: 24 hrs, +43 1 25230 7911
Library : Hours vary by day and time of year, please see here
Campus: 8:00 AM to 07:00 PM
Library: Hours vary by day and time of year, please see here
Campus: 08:00AM to 7:0PM
On Austrian public holidays, the campus will be closed. For details, please refer to the academic calendar: https://www.ceu.edu/calendar
COVID 19 measures must be followed at all times while on campus.
1051 Budapest, Nador utca 15, 13, 11, and 9.
Nador utca 15 is the main entrance to the University and is home to the CEU Auditorium, the CEU Library, research centres, classrooms, study spaces and central administration offices. The award-winning Nadors 13 and 15 opened in fall 2016.
1051 Budapest, Zrinyi utca 14.
Houses some academic and administrative units.
1051 Budapest, Oktober 6. utca 7.
Houses the Oktober Hall event space and several academic units.
CEU Press, 1051 Budapest, Oktober 6. utca 14.
Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives, 1051 Budapest, Arany Janos utca 32.
CEU Residence Center,1106 Budapest, Kerepesi ut 87.
Raoul Wallenberg Guest House, 1015 Budapest, Toldy Ferenc utca 8-10.