Vienna, June 16, 2022 – Human language is key to our understanding of the world, and an essential window into cognitive and neurological processes. Using the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as a natural experiment, a recent study investigated the plasticity of the human language system, asking: Has the pandemic also changed how we understand language?
Ukraine 5 AM Coalition receives CEU Open Society Prize in recognition of their work to document atrocities during the Russian war on Ukraine.
Statement by President and Rector Shalini Randeria on the outcome of the June 6, 2022, court date of CEU MA student Ahmed Samir Santawy.
Vienna, June 3, 2022 -- As a university committed to academic and political freedom, dignity and human rights, Central European University (CEU) raises the alarm about the grave injustice being committed against our student Ahmed Samir Santawy. The CEU Senate urges Egyptian authorities to immediately and unconditionally release Ahmed and allow him to resume his studies in Vienna.
Statement by CEU President and Rector Shalini Randeria on the Postponement of the Trial of Our Student Ahmed Samir Santawy.
The program offers ECTS credits for undergraduate and graduate students from Ukraine whose studies have been affected by the war.
Vienna, April 22, 2022 -- Do animals care about nothing? Human thought readily relies on such concepts, for instance, when we stare at the night sky and think about the deep void. What’s more, we even have a number that denotes nothing or no items, which is zero.
According to the 2022 QS World University Rankings by Subject, two CEU programs rank amongst the top 50, with a further three in the top 100.