The Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy (ICS) at Hitotsubashi University and CEU Business School entered into a broad-based exchange and academic partnership. ICS Dean and Professor Kazuo Ichijo and CEU Business School Dean Mel Horwitch signed an agreement to promote academic cooperation and student exchangeat the Hitotsubashi ICS campus in Tokyo on October 21.
Thousands of refugees cross through Croatia and Slovenia daily. Non-profit organizations in Budapest are still actively delivering much-needed supplies to the border areas, and CEU’s Refugee Crisis Task Force invites the CEU community to come together once again to help out. They are collecting food items, and meal vouchers are also welcome - CEU volunteers will purchase needed items with them. This time, in addition to collecting food items and vouchers through Wednesday, November 4, community members can volunteer to get together to prepare food packages on Friday, November 6.
European University Association (EUA), of which CEU is a founding member, urges universities and governments to help refugees to gain access to higher education by providing information, flexible entrance conditions and language courses among others.
Prepare for the end of the fall term and unwind at DeStress Week! It’s an annual tradition with units from across the University inviting students to fun, stress-free events before assignments, readings and exam preparation take up all the students’ time and energy.
The latest publication of the Center for Policy Studies (CPS) at CEU explores the mechanisms of three forms of child trafficking in Hungary - begging, pickpocketing and sexual exploitation of children - by focusing of Roma victims. The study, spearheaded by CPS research fellow Zsuzsanna Vidra, gives an overview of the anti-human trafficking and anti-child trafficking policy frameworks, and tries to reveal what factors lead to victimization, and how recruitment and exploitation of children actually take place.
The Center for Policy Studies (CPS) at CEU has joined the project entitled “Enhancing the EU's Transboundary Crisis Management Capacities: Strategies for Multi-Level Leadership (TransCrisis).” The project, led by the London School of Economics, runs between 2015-2017 with a total €2,28 million funding from the European Commission's H2020 Programme.
Central European University (CEU) is offering a number of full scholarship packages for Syrian citizens at the master's and doctoral level for Academic Year 2016/2017. Applications are welcome for all academic areas for the full length of the program. Scholarships are awarded based on academic merit.
Andras Koerner’s latest book documents the physical aspects of the lives of Hungarian Jews in the late 19th and early 20th centuries with circa 250 historical photographs and related text: the way they looked, the kind of neighborhoods and apartments they lived in, and the places where they worked. The volume offers a virtual cross section of Hungarian society, a diverse group of the poor, the middle-class, and the wealthy.
The Student Recruitment Office presented the final application figures for 2015 to CEU’s Board of Trustees on October 17-18.
The figures show a substantial increase in applications for both master’s and doctoral programs across the University. Compared to 2014, both the number of submitted applications and individual applicants rose by nearly 40 percent.
The following relocations have been completed in the previous weeks:the Campus Redevelopment Office and Campus Service Group shared office moved together for a transitional period to Oktober 6/7 building room 407; the CEU/HESP Visiting Research Fellows' office moved to Oktober 6/7 building rooms 429-430.
Phone extensions and email addresses remain unchanged.
In the coming weeks the following units will be relocated: