October 20, 2015
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.
October 7, 2015
Arpad Goncz, the first democratically elected president of the Republic of Hungary after the fall of communism, was a prominent member of the group of European intellectuals and other key figures who conceptualized and founded Central European University in 1991. Goncz, Vaclav Havel, who was then president of Czechoslovakia, and Bronislaw Geremek, co-founder of Solidarity, were among those who supported financier and philanthropist George Soros’s vision of a university that would train post-communist leaders in the principles and practice of open society, democracy, and human rights.
October 5, 2015
Translation of the interview CEU President and Rector John Shattuck gave to Hungarian daily Nepszabadsag, published on October 5, 2015 A Feeling of Isolation and Exclusion is Noticeable