CEU’s international student body represents 107 countries across five continents. Such diversity is integral to the University’s mission to foster democracy and open society throughout the world. To ensure that all students, especially those from developing countries or regions in turmoil, have equitable access to a world-class graduate education, CEU has developed a robust scholarship program, with around 85% of students receiving financial assistance.
Stanislava Kuzmova (MEDS'03) received the 2014 Kuczynski Book Award in Poland for “Preaching Saint Stanislaus: Medieval Sermons on St. Stanislaus of Cracow, His Image and Cult .” The book was published in the framework of the OTKA Saints Project based at the Department of Medieval Studies at CEU. The Stefan Krzysztof Kuczynski Award honors publications related to historical sources and auxiliary historical sciences in Poland. The prize is awarded by the editorial board of scholarly journal Studia Zrodloznawcze.
Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet – Hetvege Magazin carries an interview with CEU PhD alumnus Benedek Lang (MED ‘03) about his research and upcoming new book on cryptography.
Due to copyright regulations the interview is available in the daily (Magyar Nemzet Melleklet - Hetvegi magazin, 03.01.2015., p.22, Slendrian Rakoczi-kod).
Other item of Hungarian coverage:
Demokrata, 21.01.2015. (pp.46-47, Kodok nyomaban)