CEU is deeply international, with students from over 100 counties, faculty from 50. This page sets out what the CEU community is doing to support students, alumni, faculty and staff affected by the ongoing war in Ukraine.
CEU articles related to the war in Ukraine.
Ukrainian and Russian students speak with Alexander Schallenberg.
Online webinar provides context and background for the current war.
CIVICA deplores this illegal and unjust war and joins the international community in calling for the immediate cessation of the attacks.
Discussion explores how the war impacts heritage in Ukraine, politics and memory, and how heritage experts and organizations can contribute to a peaceful future.
Since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, CEU faculty have contributed expertise on a variety of topics related to the invasion.
February 28 statement by the Open Society University Network.
Statement from CEU President and Rector Shalini Randeria
February 26, 2022
I condemn the military invasion of Ukraine by Russia. What is taking place is an outrage. The war against Ukraine is an assault on the values of liberal democracy and open societies that CEU stands for. This brutal and cynical act of aggression violates the international norms and will inflict enormous suffering. Ukraine deserves all possible support to maintain its sovereignty and territorial integrity.
In this video CEU Professor Nick Sitter discusses how energy in Europe may be impacted in the short-term and long-term.