CEU's Vice President for Enrollment, Recruitment and Alumni Relations Serge Sych (IRES ’97, LEGS ’99), received the European Association for International Education’s (EAIE) Bo Gregersen Award for pioneering an integrated alumni relations model in Europe at the EAIE Annual Conference in Liverpool September 13-16
This summer, CEU’s Student Recruitment Office, in cooperation with the Alumni Relations Office, scheduled a record number of 47 pre-departure orientation sessions around the world.
Career Services Manager and Doctoral Career Adviser Cristina Balint-Nagy and her team were recently invited to participate in two European Commission EURAXESS programs meant to enhance European researchers career development. CEU's level of expertise, underpinned by the CEU Web Team-created Career>Next integrated platform, has also begun to spark the interest of various other higher education and youth employability organizations.
Maria Temmes, PhD candidate in the Department of Gender Studies, and Elena Popa, who successfully defended her doctoral dissertation in philosophy at CEU in January 2016, gained valuable experience at American University of Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, through CEU’s Global Teaching Fellowship Program.
The fifteenth edition of the CEU Career Days & Fair brought to campus more than 25 international employers and organizations representing corporate, governmental and nonprofit sectors. UNICEF, European Commission, UNHCR, UNFAO, Regional Environmental Center, EURAXESS, Morgan Stanley, Google, KPMG, Citi and many more met CEU students and alumni, and shared career opportunities in the region.
As part of its 25th Anniversary, CEU is celebrating its many alumni doing great things all around the world. Therefore, CEU’s Alumni Relations and Career Services Office (ARCS) has created the Alumni Impact Award to salute those exceptional alumni whose actions bolster the University’s overall mission and enhance its international prestige.