SUN 2021 accepting applications for select courses and opens call for faculty proposals for 2022 courses.
The Summer University offers a unique study and professional development program aimed at academics and practitioners from all over the world.
Now in its 24th year, SUN welcomes visiting students to CEU for one- and two-week courses spanning disciplines.
Every year, CEU's Summer University (SUN) offers opportunities for short, intensive postgraduate study.
Soon after his CEU Summer University course ended, Cristian Lupsa, a participant of the “Funding Journalism in the Digital Age” course posted this on Facebook to his fellow participants:
“Hey all. Hope you're still running on the Budapest buzz! I still am.”
CEU Summer University (SUN) kicks off on June 24, with 14 courses, over 350 participants from 85 countries, and 124 professors. SUN is a meeting place for academics and professionals eager to look beyond their disciplinary boundaries. Courses range from the research-intensive to the policy-focused. For more information, see https://summeruniversity.ceu.edu/.
CEU Summer University invites innovative, research-based and/or policy-oriented course proposals from faculty members at CEU or elsewhere. SUN courses are usually taught by a team of five to seven faculty members representing a wide range of geographical, disciplinary, and institutional backgrounds. The target audience is master’s and PhD students, junior faculty and researchers, and professionals. The program aims to help strengthen CEU’s research capacity and academic network-building efforts.
CEU's Summer University (SUN) offers 14 research-intensive and policy and training courses from June 24 through July 28, 2017 in Budapest. SUN will again offer some of its most popular courses, such as Constitution-building in Africa, Mediation Theory and Skills, and Strategic Human Rights Litigation. Course descriptions and detailed information about the application procedure are available at http://summeruniversity.ceu.edu/