Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions - Innovative Training Networks (MSCA-ITN)
New Calls for Applications are available in the Erasmus+ Programme. The Erasmus+ Programme Guide is the main source of information for these opportunities but here is a short overview of those which may be of interest for CEU. For each opportunity you can find the deadline for application, a general description, a more detailed description of the action type, and the official EU page with the Call for Application and with the relevant documents.
Computational text analysis expert Maciej Eder, director of the Institute of Polish Language at the Polish Academy of Sciences, and associate professor at the Institute of Polish Studies at the Pedagogical University of Krakow, was the Digital Humanities Initiative's second guest in the Conversations in the Digital Humanities series on November 3. In recent years Eder has received international attention for his analyses of the authorship of ancient Greek and Roman plays and 20th-century novels with the help of Stylo, a software he created in col
Three CEU professors and an alumnus presented recently published books dealing with various aspects of Jewish history at a book launch December 6 hosted by the Jewish Studies Program at CEU.
The fellowships are supported by the Higher Education Support Program (HESP) of the Open Society Foundations and administered by the Yehuda Elkana Center for Higher Education.
Karl Hall (Department of History, CEU) moderated a discussion with Nick Sitter (School of Public Policy, CEU), Svein S. Andersen (BI Norwegian Business School), and Andreas Goldthau (Royal Holloway, University of London) on the changing geopolitics of oil and gas on the global and European levels.
CEU President and Rector Michael Ignatieff was interviewed for Hungarian commercial television channel ATV’s Extraordinary Interview („Rendkívüli interjú”) program. In the 24-minute discussion program President and Rector Ignatieff was asked about CEU, the results of the recent US elections, and the challenges liberal democracies face around the world.
The CEU Library is a second home to many students and has long been considered one of the best in Hungary, as well as a vital asset to scholars throughout Central and Eastern Europe. Now, with the first phase of CEU’s campus renewal completed, the new CEU Library has a prominent and expanded presence on campus, occupying five floors of the new Nador 15 building.
CEU President and Rector Michael Ignatieff spoke at the 2016 Annual Colloquium on Fundamental Rights in Brussels Nov. 17, 2016. Click here or below for his address, entitled "Media Pluralism in a democratic society."
Central European University is ranked 16th in the Times Higher Education BRICS & Emerging Economies Rankings 2017, published on Nov. 30, 2016. This makes CEU one of the top 300 research-led universities in 50 countries classified as emerging economies (advanced and secondary) or "frontier economies" by FTSE. Institutions from only 41 of these countries made the final top 300 list.