CEU YECHE is a collaborative academic initiative carrying out applied policy research, consultancy and professional training in higher education.
The European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education (EQAR) announced on December 14 that the Yehuda Elkana Center for Higher Education (CEU YECHE) was selected to coordinate the EQAR external evaluation.
Central European University attended the 31st EAIE Annual Conference in Helsinki at the end of September.
The non-profit European Association for International Education was founded in 1989 and it is the European centre for expertise, networking and resources in the internationalization of higher education. The EAIE Annual Conference is the largest conference in Europe with a focus on internationalization of higher education. This year, it was held in the capital of Finland on September 24-27.
The discussion examined recent challenges to autonomy at universities and research institutions from various perspectives.
CEU's Yehuda Elkana Center for Higher Education hosted a one-day workshop, entitled What is the Master’s for? Re-Thinking Master’s Education in Europe , on September 26.
Brexit is likely have a negative impact on research collaborations as well as student and researcher mobility, and funding for universities in Europe, according to a new report published by the Centre for Global Higher Education, a research partnership of international universities, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and based at the UCL Institute of Education. CEU researchers...
The Yehuda Elkana Center for Higher Education won a competitive two-year contract with the Georgian Ministry of Education to provide technical assistance and trainings to support Georgian universities in their internationalization efforts. The one-week kick-off training was held in mid-February at the International Education Center in Tbilisi. The training, offered by Pusa Nastase, senior program manager, and Matyas Szabo, manager at the Elkana Center, was attended by 60 faculty and senior staff members from six state and private universities.
CEU addressed the threats to academic freedom around the world from a variety of academic and historical perspectives at a conference entitled “Academic Freedom // The Global Challenge,” held at CEU June 22, 2017.
A delegation from CEU led by Provost Liviu Matei visited Myanmar in January 2017 to assist the Myanmar government and universities with programs aimed at developing quality higher education.
Jonathan R. Cole, former provost of Columbia University and member of the CEU Board of Trustees, presented his latest book “Toward a More Perfect University” at CEU on June 17. The book launch was part of the second conference of the Central European Higher Education Cooperation.