Students Tackle Public Finance Challenges at Economic Democracy Initiative Workshop

July 22, 2022

Fresh off completing their final exams and wrapping up a busy semester, fifty students from around the world gathered at Bard College’s campus in New York June 6-10, 2022 for the inaugural OSUN Economic Democracy Initiative’s Summer Workshop in Public Finance and Economic Policy.

CEU Climbs up the 2022 QS World University Rankings

April 21, 2022

According to the 2022 QS World University Rankings by Subject, two CEU programs rank amongst the top 50 worldwide, with a further 3 in the top 100.

CEU President and Rector Shalini Randeria said, "Our rankings in Politics & International Studies and Philosophy continue to climb. I was also particularly pleased to see that we are now also ranked in Anthropology."

In Politics and International Studies, CEU rose in the QS rankings, from 25 to 24, and in Philosophy from 35 to 33.

CEU Students Meet With Austria’s Federal Minister for European and International Affairs

April 4, 2022

At the invitation of the IWM (Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna) Ukrainian and Russian students from CEU and from the Diplomatic Academy in Vienna met with Alexander Schallenberg, Austria’s Federal Minister for European and International Affairs. Ivan Vejvoda, Acting Rector of IWM and Ivan Krastev, Permanent Fellow at IWM hosted the meeting. Ukrainian author Andrey Kurkov also attended the discussion. 

Claudio Sopranzetti's “The King of Bangkok” Awarded by Association of American Publishers

February 18, 2022

On January 25, the Association of American Publishers (AAP) announced the Category Winners for the 46th Annual PROSE Awards honoring scholarly works published in 2021, awarding CEU Associate Professor Claudio Sopranzetti’s book “The King of Bangkok” the winner in the category

Spotlight on Presidential Scholar Award Recipient Klara Hulikova

January 11, 2022

Klara Hulikova comes to CEU’s Philosophy, Politics and Economics bachelor’s program from Bratislava, where she was a regular volunteer at a local orphanage and an active contributor to informal education efforts at her high school. After her studies she intends to return to Slovakia to combat discrimination in the education sector. In pursuit of this goal, Klara served as an academic mentor and is a former teaching assistant at the British Council.