Budapest, June 20, 2019 — Dr. Georgina Blakeley, Director of Teaching and Deputy Head of School at the Open University (OU) in the United Kingdom, is the winner of the 2019 European Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities. The award is given by Central European University (CEU) and accompanied by the €5,000 Diener Prize.
CEU alumna Ágota Pintér has been named as the inaugural recipient of the BOOST Prize.
We express our support to all employees of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Budapest, May 20, 2019 — The Dan David Prize annually awards three prizes of USD 1 million each to outstanding figures and organizations whose efforts have made unparalleled humanistic, scientific or technological accomplishments in selected fields within the three dimensions of time - Past, Present and Future. This year’s fields are Macro History, Defending Democracy, and Combatting Climate Change.
Partnership conditional on CEU’s ability ”to continue granting US academic degrees in Hungary”.
ALDE's Team Europe members met today with Central European University President and Rector Michael Ignatieff in his office.
Budapest, May 1, 2019 — ALDE's Team Europe members Margrethe Vestager, EU Commissioner for Competition; Luis Garicano, ALDE Vice-President & Lead EP Candidate of Ciudadanos; Emma Bonino, Lead EP Candidate of Piu Europa; and Dr. Katalin Cseh, Lead EP Candidate of Momentum met today with Central European University (CEU) President and Rector Michael Ignatieff in his office.
Proposed joint activities include new faculty appointments, study programs, joint research, and training professionals for the future.
Vienna, March 22, 2019 — Central European University (CEU), one of the world’s leading universities of social sciences, humanities and business according to the influential QS World University Ranking, has announced today that its new campus is 51 Quellenstrasse in Favoriten, at the heart of Vienna’s multicultural 10th District, one of the city’s most diverse locales.
“A door has opened”, CEU Rector Ignatieff declared, following the exchange of letters between PM Orbán and PM Söder.