Towards the implementation of CEU2025, the University is partnering with other universities over the coming years to deliver new certificate programs.
European Transnational Governance Network (ETGN)
ETGN is a training and development partnership among eight prestigious European academic and research institutions--including CEU--offering transnational perspectives on governance issues of the 21st century. The partnership mission is to provide mid-career and senior professionals with a unique opportunity to deepen and extend their public policy knowledge and competences in relation to European and Transnational Governance.
ETGN develops innovative, interactive and impactful executive education training initiatives, leveraging the comparative advantages of the academic curricula of the participating institutions. The trainings have a strong orientation towards civic service to include civil society and private sector organizations across the world.
The partners include:
- Central European University
- College of Europe, Bruges Campus
- College of Europe, Natolin Campus
- École Nationale D'Aministration
- School of Transnational Governance, European University Institute
- Hertie School
- SciencesPo Paris
- SDA Bocconi School of Management
Founded in 2018, ETGN partner institutions share knowledge and competences and deliver collaborative executive education, providing participants with the opportunity to receive valuable ETGN certification.