November 9, 2018
Young children take context into account and incorporate knowledge of past events and other people’s beliefs when making decisions, according to a new study by researchers Ildiko Kiraly and Katalin Olah of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) in collaboration with researchers Gergely Csibra and Agnes Melinda Kovacs of Central European University (CEU) published recently in the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences.
November 8, 2018
Central European University (CEU) refutes the series of inaccuracies in an article in Hungarian daily Magyar Idok published today. CEU operates an academic program with Bard College, launched in the interest of CEU students, which fulfills the Hungarian higher education legislation requirement to conduct ‘educational activity’ in our home country. The U.S.
October 25, 2018
Budapest, October 25, 2018 —The Board of Trustees of Central European University (CEU) announced today that incoming students for its U.S.-accredited masters and doctoral programs will study at a new campus in Vienna beginning in the academic year 2019-20. The Trustees authorized the move as of December 1, 2018 because the Hungarian government has not concluded an agreement allowing CEU to operate in freedom in Hungary as a U.S. institution chartered in New York State.
October 22, 2018
Budapest, October 22, 2018 — Laszlo Lovasz of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Albert-Laszlo Barabasi of Central European University (CEU), and Jaroslav Nesetril of Charles University in Prague have been awarded a six-year grant supporting network science research by the European Research Council (ERC) totaling almost EUR10 million.
October 16, 2018
Budapest, October 16, 2018 — Central European University (CEU) reiterates its strong opposition to the removal of Gender Studies from the list of accredited MA programs in Hungary. This is a major infringement on academic freedom and university autonomy. Gender Studies is an internationally recognized academic field, which produces socially relevant knowledge, and which has been taught at CEU for well over two decades. Eliminating this program will be a significant lo
September 25, 2018
Central European University’s MS in Business Analytics program is the best in Central Europe, including Austria, Germany, and Switzerland, according to the latest Quacquarelli Symonds World University Rankings’ QS Business Masters Rankings report released September 25. CEU’s program ranked 50th in the world, QS said. Regional rankings were not issued separately - they are derived from the overall rankings.
September 20, 2018
Professor Katharine Sarikakis, Professor of Communication Science, Director of the Media Governance and Industries Research Lab, and Jean Monnet Chair of European Media Governance and Integration at the University of Vienna, is the winner of the 2018 European Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities, bestowed by CEU. Sarikakis received the Award and the accompanying €5,000 Diener Prize from CEU President and Rector Michael Ignatieff today.
September 13, 2018
Budapest, September 13, 2018 -- Central European University (CEU) responds to statements by Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto yesterday regarding CEU’s educational activities in the U.S., and the draft agreement regarding CEU that is awaiting signature.
August 28, 2018
Budapest, August 28, 2018 – CEU has been forced to announce the immediate suspension, with effect as of August 24, of its education programs for registered refugees and asylum seekers, the Open Learning Initiative (OLIve), together with the administration of its European Union-funded Marie Curie Research Grant on migration policy in Central and Southern Europe.
August 16, 2018
Budapest, August 16, 2018 — CEU condemns recent unfounded attacks against Gender Studies programs in Hungary. Gender Studies is an internationally recognized academic field, which produces intellectually and socially relevant knowledge and which has been taught at our university for well over a decade. Our graduates are exceptionally successful at finding employment in the international job market. Eliminating the program would be a loss to the Hungarian scholarly community and would further limit academic freedom in the country.